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ANDOVER NEWTON THEOLOGICAL SCHOOL 

GENERAL CATALOGUE 

of 

The Newton Theological 
Institution 

1826-1943 




With biographical sketches of Professors and Students 

in Andover Theological Seminary 

1931-1943 

Edited by 

Richard Donald Pierce 



Newton Centre 

The Newton Theological Institution 

1943 










EDITIONS OF GENERAL CATALOGUE 



First 


1834 


Second 


1837 


Third 


1843 


Fourth 


1849 


Fifth 


1854 


Sixth 


1859 


Seventh 


1869 


Eighth 


1875 


Ninth 


1886 


Tenth 


1899 


Eleventh 


1912 


Twelfth 


1925 


Thirteenth 


1943 



Dedicated to 
Everett Carleton Herrick, D.D., LL.D., L.H.D. 



PREFACE 



' I \EE Editor presents the thirteenth edition of the General 
■*• Catalogue with considerable reluctance. A biographical 
catalogue is never finished and perfection is never achieved. Even 
accuracy is not assured, for sketches must be compiled from 
records of varying authenticity and even when the facts are cor- 
rectly ascertained, many an error in typography eludes the most 
alert proofreader and results in the publication of false informa- 
tion. Needless to say, the Editor has endeavored to present as 
accurate a volume as is humanly possible and has corresponded 
widely and consulted many records in person to achieve this end. 
Much supplementary data not included herein has been gathered 
and is on file at the Library for future reference. Any information 
which will complete or correct any part of this Catalogue will 
be considered a favor and may be addressed to the Editor at 
the Library. 

Although nearly two years have been allowed for the prepara- 
tion of this edition the Editor has been under some little handicap 
especially in bringing it to completion under the exigencies of the 
present war situation. Many additional facts for example could 
have been secured in normal times regarding our alumni in 
foreign lands. 

The Editor wishes to thank the numerous alumni and others 
who have assisted in the compilation of this volume. The alumni 
have in general responded promptly and fully, although we regret 
that a few failures to reply to our correspondence have resulted in 
a less complete record for those men than we should have wished. 
"We cannot forbear to mention the consideration and courtesy of 
The Alpine Press, Inc., and especially of Mr. Robert W. Lucas, the 
typographer, who has rendered invaluable assistance. Several 
students of the Institution have given faithful service in preparing 
the copy and proofreading. Acknowledgment should also be made 
of the several libraries and archival depositories to which the 
Editor has had free access and where he has received in every 
instance generous and courteous assistance. Among these should 
be mentioned : the Libraries of the American Antiquarian Society, 
the Boston Athenarum, the Essex Institute, Harvard College, and 
the New England Historic Genealogical Society ; also the Probate 



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Vlll PREFACE 

Registries of Middlesex, Norfolk, and Suffolk Counties, and the 
Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth, Department of 
Vital Statistics. Acknowledgment should be made of the faithful 
and competent assistance rendered by Mr. Robert J. Suomi of 
Temple, Maine, in the preparation of the indices. We would 
especially express our appreciation to Rev. John H. Scammon for 
his constant encouragement and for generously assuming far more 
than his share of the Library routine in order that we might apply 
ourselves more closely to the preparation of this volume. 

Richard D. Pierce, Editor. 
July 30, 1943. 



John H. Scammon ) „ 
Richard D. Pierce Committee. 



CONTENTS 



Historical Sketch xi 

Officers of Trustees 1 

Trustees 2 

Faculty 24 

Explanation of Registers of Students 33 

Students 35 

Graduate Students 329 

Department of Religious Education 338 

Summaries 350 

Alumni Organizations 353 

Abbreviations 357 

Indices 361 



HISTORICAL SKETCH 



SOON after the opening of the nineteenth century there arose 
among the denominational bodies of this country a general dis- 
satisfaction with the existing facilities for ministerial education. 
Except for the Seminary of the Dutch Reformed Church at New 
Brunswick, New Jersey, which had been opened in 1784, there was 
not yet in this country a single institution set apart exclusively for 
theological instruction. Such courses of theology as were avail- 
able were to be had either in connection with the various academies 
and colleges or more especially through the tutorial system whereby 
certain older ministers were accustomed to admit from time to time 
into their own families young men to study divinity and practical 
theology under their personal supervision. In 1807, however, the 
Congregationalists established a theological seminary at Andover, 
Massachusetts, and thereafter similar institutions were set up 
throughout the East in rapid succession, so that by 1825, where 
there had been but one such institution a quarter of a century 
before, there were now twelve seminaries devoted exclusively to 
ministerial education. 

Ministerial education among the Baptists was first sponsored 
by Education Societies auxiliary to the local associations of 
churches. These Societies undertook ordinarily to provide pecu- 
niary assistance to young men preparing for the Baptist ministry 
while in attendance upon an approved academy or college. A 
society of this sort was formed in connection with the Warren 
Association (Rhode Island and Massachusetts) in 1793 and in 
connection with the Boston Baptist Association in 1814, that of 
the latter being known as the Massachusetts Baptist Education 
Society. 

In 1819 the Reverend Jonathan Going, a Baptist minister of 
Worcester, Mass., published An Outline of a Plan for Establishing 
a Baptist Literary and Theological Institution in a Central Situa- 
tion in New England, in which he states the urgent necessity of 
an "Institution devoted to the education of those who are destined 
to the Gospel Ministry." The sentiments set forth therein seem to 
have found wide acceptance and at a large meeting of Baptist 
laymen and ministers from different parts of New England, con- 
vened in the vestry of the First Baptist Meeting House of Boston 
on the 25th of May, 1825, it was resolved that the necessities of 
the denomination required the establishment of a theological 
institution in the vicinity of Boston, and it was requested by the 
meeting that the Massachusetts Baptist Education Society take 
the initiative in founding such an institution. 

Accordingly, the Executive Committee of the Society, having 
fixed upon Newton Centre as the best location, sponsored a sub- 

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XU HISTORICAL SKETCH 

scription of $4,250 to purchase the Peck Estate in that town and 
engaged the Reverend Irah Chase, formerly of Columbian College, 
to form a course of study and to offer instruction in the several 
departments. On November 28, 1825, Professor Chase began 
instruction in his home in Newton, pending the purchase of the 
Peck Estate and the renovation of its Mansion House. On February 
22, 1826, a charter of incorporation was received from the General 
Court and the trustees constituted under the Act took over the 
administration of the Institution from the Education Society. 

The Peck Estate comprised some eighty acres together with a 
large mansion house built about 1796, which was readily adapted 
for the purposes of the Institution. In 1827, largely through the 
generosity of the Hon. Nicholas Brown of Providence, a large 
brick hall (now Farwell Hall) was erected at the cost of $10,000 
to supplement the Mansion House. The cordial response of the 
denomination to the venture encouraged the Trustees to establish 
a preparatory department in 1830, but it was found impracticable 
and abandoned two years later. 

Yet the early years of the Institution were seriously handi- 
capped by the lack of adequate funds, a fact which more than once 
brought the Trustees to fear that the work might have to be 
abandoned. After the failure of two financial campaigns, the 
Trustees in 1852 were able to raise a permanent fund of $100,000 
which, although inadequate for any extended period of time, 
insured the continuance of the Institution. 

Although no specific professorships were established under this 
new endowment, the Trustees by the vote of June 23, 1856, desig- 
nated names for four chairs, viz. : Cobb Professorship of Eccle- 
siastical History; Farwell Professorship of Theology; Bacheller 
Professorship of Sacred Literature; and Shepard Professorship 
of Biblical Interpretation. 

In 1853 the number of Trustees was increased from twenty-five 
to forty-eight and an invitation was extended to the Northern 
Baptist Education Society thereafter to elect one-half of the 
members of the Board. 

In 1866 Colby Hall was added to the campus at a cost of about 
$40,000 and greatly relieved the congestion in the other two build- 
ings. The Library and Chapel were transferred from Farwell Hall, 
while the class rooms in the Mansion House were converted into 
student lodgings. 

The steady demand from the churches for ministers and the 
limited number of available men with collegiate training resulted 
in the introduction of the English Course in 1869. Students for 
the next thirty years were admitted to this course without formal 
academic prerequisites and upon the satisfactory completion of a 
two-year curriculum were granted the diploma of the English 
Course. Toward the end of the century a French Course was intro- 
duced to meet the needs of the French speaking churches of New 



HISTORICAL SKETCH XU1 

England and Canada, but it did not prove practicable and was 
soon abandoned. 

During the years 1870-1900 many changes took place in the 
external appearance of the campus. The erection of Sturtevant 
Hall in 1873 provided additional dormitory space and room for a 
refectory. The Mansion House, no longer needed and fallen into 
disrepair, was razed a few years later and the site remained vacant 
until 1895, when the Hills Library was erected on the same 
location. 

The turn of the century marked an increased attention to aca- 
demic standards. The degree of Bachelor of Divinity (B.D.) was 
first conferred in 1899 and in 1907 the graduate degree of Master 
of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.) was offered to properly qualified 
men. The English and French Courses having been abandoned, 
the Institution was enabled the better to emphasize a graduate 
level of instruction. This advance, which was fostered under the 
administration of President George E. Horr (1908-25), resulted 
among other things in the concluding of a reciprocal arrangement 
in 1917 with Harvard University whereby courses in the two 
institutions were acceptable for credit in either. This made avail- 
able Harvard courses to Newton students without additional tui- 
tion and greatly strengthened the academic tone of the Institution. 

The need for an abbreviated course of ministerial training which 
had been met by the English Course from 1869-99 was still urgent 
and the Institution undertook in 1907 to continue to meet the 
exigencies of this situation by taking over the Gordon Bible and 
Missionary Training School in Boston. This relationship continued 
until 1914. 

To meet the increasing demand for trained leaders in the field 
of religious education, the Trustees established in 1922 a curricu- 
lum in Religious Education leading to the degree of Master of 
Religious Education (M.R.E.). Although open to both men and 
women, the course has been pursued primarily by women prepar- 
ing for service in the educational work of the Christian Church. 

The failure of the New World Movement which had promised 
to provide Baptist educational institutions with financial security, 
together with the decline in student enrollment and the mounting 
deficit brought a heavy cloud over the observance of the Centennial 
in 1925, an event which was characterized more by happy retro- 
spect than optimism for the future. The election of The Reverend 
Everett C. Herrick to the presidency in 1927 and the inauguration 
of a Second Century Financial Campaign resulted however in a 
revitalization of the Institution and a revival of its prestige among 
the seminaries. 

Negotiations were opened about this time with the Trustees of 
Andover Theological Seminary in reference to the possible affilia- 
tion of the two seminaries. Andover had been inactive since 1925 
as the result of Court rulings in reference to the doctrinal restric- 



XIV HISTORICAL SKETCH 

tions in the use of its endowments. Relief however had been sug- 
gested by means of cy pres action, provided an affiliation might be 
effected with an institution such as Newton. The court sustained 
the petition and in 1931 Andover Theological Seminary and The 
Newton Theological Institution began cooperative work on Newton 
Hill, each however maintaining its separate boards of trustees, 
faculties, and registers of students. This affiliation continues with 
complete satisfaction and the happiest of relationships. 

Andover Newton at present (1943) numbers a faculty of twenty- 
six and a student body of one hundred and ten. There is a campus 
of forty acres with ten buildings and a productive endowment of 
over two and a half millions of dollars. During the one hundred 
and eighteen years of its history, Newton has educated more than 
twenty-five hundred students who have served in all branches of 
Christian service in every part of the world. 



EXPLANATORY NOTES 

The abbreviations used in this Catalogue will be found at the end of 
the sketches just after the Alumni Organizations. 

In a name, a capital letter without a period is not an initial but the 
entire middle name. 

An asterisk ( * ) indicates a deceased officer or student. 



OFFICERS OF TRUSTEES 



1826-1835 
1835-1853 
1853-1854 
1854-1869 
1870-1879 
1879-1884 
1884^1894 
1894-1905 
1906-1908 
1908-1909 
1909-1919 
1919-1928 
1928-1935 
1935-1942 
1942- 

1826-1827 
1827-1833 
1833-1837 
1837-1854 
1854-1888 
1888-1897 
1897-1899 
1899-1910 
1910-1936 
1936- 

1826-1844 
1844-1868 
1868-1882 
1882-1885 
1885-1892 
1892-1900 
1900-1907 
1907-1911 
1912-1913 
1913-1919 
1919-1928 
1928- 

1851-1852 
1852-1854 
1854-1857 
1870-1871 
1893-1894 



PRESIDENTS 

•Joseph Grafton 
•Danjel Sharp 
*Alexis Caswell 
•Baron Stow 
•Gardner Colby 
•Joseph Warren Merrill 
•Eustace Carey Fitz 
•William A. Munroe 

Oates C. S. Wallace 
•Henry Hubbard Kendall 
•Charles Henry Watson 

Albert Lyon Scott 

Fred Tarbell Field 
•Hugh Austin Heath 

Howard Ware Cole 

SECRETARIES 

•Francis Wayland 
•James Davis Knowles 
•Henry Jackson 
•Caleb Parker 

•George Whitefield Bos worth 
•Benjamin Allen Greene 
•George Edwin Horr 
•Charles Hubbard Spalding 

Edward Pratt Tuller 

Denton Judson Neily 

TREASURERS 

•Levi Farwell 

•Gardner Colby 

•Thomas Nickerson 

•Joseph Sawyer 

•Freeman A. Smith 

•William A. Bowdlear 

•Joseph G. Shed 

•Charles C. Barry 

•Henry Hubbard Kendall 
Albert Lyon Scott 
Everett Arnold Greene 
Walter Lindsay Van Kleeck 

FINANCIAL AGENTS 
•Joseph W. Parker 
•Horace Thomas Love 
•Joseph W. Parker 
•William Hadley Eaton 
•Robert John Adams 



FINANCIAL SECRETARIES 

1896-1906 * Charles Abraham Reese 
1911-1914 * Charles Hubbard Spalding 

SECRETARY OF THE SEMINARY 

1916-1921 Robert Lee Webb 



TRUSTEES 



*JOSEPH GRAFTON. 1826-1836. 

b. Newport, R. I., June 9, 1757. p. Cong, ch., Rehoboth Neck, Mass., 
Plainfield, Conn., Hampton; ord. 1788; p. Bapt. ch., Newton, Mass., 
1788-1835; author, d. Newton, Dec. 16, 1836. A.M., Br. U. 1804. 

♦LUCIUS BOLLES. 1826-1844. 

b. Ashford, Conn., Sept. 25, 1779. Br. U. 1801; ord. Dec. 24, 1805; 
p. Salem, Mass., 1805-26; sec. A. B. F. M. S. 1826-42; author, d. 
Boston, Jan. 5, 1844. D.D., U. C. 1824. 

*DANIEL SHARP. 1826-1853. 

b. Huddersfield, Eng., Dec. 25, 1783. ord. 1809; p. Newark, N. J., 
1809-12; Charles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 1812-53; overseer H. U. 1846- 
53. d. near Baltimore, Md., Apr. 23, 1853. D.D., Br. U. 1811, H. U. 
1843. 

♦JONATHAN GOING. 1826-1837. 

b. Reading, Vt., Mar. 7, 1786. Br. U. 1809; ord. 1811; p. Cavendish, 
Vt., 1811-15; Worcester, Mass., 1815-32; cor. sec. A. B. H. M. S. 1832- 
37; pres. and prof, theology, Gr. C. 1837-44; author, d. Granville, 
O., Nov. 9, 1844. D.D., W. C. 1832. 

*BELA JACOBS. 1826-1836. 

b. Dighton, Mass., 1786. ord. 1809; p. Somerset, 1809-11; Pawtuxet, 
R. I., 1811-18; Cambridge, Mass., 1818-33; sec. Western Education 
society, 1833-35; p. East Cambridge, 1835-36. d. East Cambridge, 
May 22, 1836. A.M., Br. U. 1822. 

♦EBENEZER NELSON. 1826-1852. 

b. Providence, R. I., Nov. 9, 1787. W. C. theol. dept. 1820; p. Lynn, 
Mass., 1820-27; West Cambridge, 1828-34; sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, 
1834-37; p. Middleboro, 1837-50; agt., N. T. I. 1827-28; 1850-51. d. 
Lynn, Apr. 7, 1852. 

♦FRANCIS WAYLAND. 1826-1843. 

b. New York, N. Y., Mar. 11, 1796. U. C. 1813; stud, medicine, Troy, 
N. Y., 1813-16; A. T. S. 1816-17; tutor, U. C. 1817-21; ord. 1821; p. 
1st ch., Boston, Mass., 1821-26 ; prof, natural philosophy, U. C. 1826- 
27; pres. Br. U. 1827-55; prof, moral and intellectual philosophy, 
1834-55; p. 1st Bapt. ch., Providence, R. I., 1857-58. d. Providence, 
Sept. 30, 1865. D.D., U. C. 1827, H. U. 1829; LL.D., H. U. 1852. 

♦HENRY JACKSON. 1826-1863. 

b. Providence, R. I., June 16, 1798. Br. U. 1817; A. T. S. 1817-18; 
ord. 1822; p. 1st ch., Charlestown, Mass., 1822-36; 1st ch., Hartford, 
Conn., 1836-38; 1st ch., New Bedford, Mass., 1839-45; Cent, ch., New- 
port, R. I., 1847-63 ; author, d. near East Greenwich, March 2, 1863. 

♦ENSIGN LINCOLN. 1826-1832. 

b. Hingham, Mass., Jan. 8, 1779. Book publisher in Boston from 
1803, firm of Lincoln and Edmands. d. Boston, Dec. 2, 1832. 

♦JONATHAN BACHELLER. 1826-1864. 

b. Lynn, Mass., Nov. 22, 1785. Merchant in Lynn; dea. 1st Bapt. 
ch.; postmaster, 1820-29. d. Lynn, Apr. 26, 1864. 

♦NATHANIEL RIPLEY COBB. 1826-1834. 

b. Falmouth, Me., Nov. 3, 1798. Merchant in Boston, Mass.; res. 
Brookline. d. Brookline, May 22, 1834. 

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Trustees 3 

♦LEVI FARWELL. 1826-1844. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., Oct. 19, 1784. Steward, H. U. 1835-44; res. 
Cambridge, d. Cambridge, May 27, 1844. 

*HEMAN LINCOLN. 1826-1829. 

b. Hingham, Mass., Jan. 7, 1779. Merchant, firm of Jackson & Lin- 
coln; dea. Federal St. Bapt. ch., Boston, 1827-69. d. Boston, Aug. 
11, 1869. 

♦ABNER FORBES. 1826-1828. 

6. Sutton, Mass., Feb. 29, 1772. Settled in Windsor, Vt., 1788; mer- 
chant; member of governor's council; judge, Windsor County Court 
7 yrs. ; chief judge, 1824-28 ; trustee, Mid. C. and Col. C. d. Windsor, 
Dec. 28, 1828. 

♦NICHOLAS BROWN. 1826-1841. 

b. Providence, R. I., Apr. 4, 1769. Br. U. 1786; merchant, firm of 
Brown and Ives; trustee, Br. U. 1791-1825; treasurer, 1796-1825; 
fellow, 1825-41; gave $4,000 toward the erection of Farwell Hall, 
N. T. I. 1827-28. d. Providence, Sept. 27, 1841. 

♦JAMES DAVIS KNOWLES. 1826-1833. 
See faculty. 

♦JOHN B. JONES. 1827-1854. 

b. Framingham, Mass., Aug. 5, 1782. Res. Roxbury. d. Roxbury, 
May 7, 1854. 

♦ELIJAH COREY. 1827-1859. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Nov. 1773. Farmer in Brookline; dea. Brookline 
Bapt. ch., 1828-59. d. Brookline, May 13, 1859. 

♦THOMAS KENDALL. 1827-1834. 

b. Boston, Mass., ca. 1779. Res. Brookline. d. Brookline, Oct. 16, 
1850. 

♦CYRUS PITT GROSVENOR. 1829-1840. 

b. Grafton (or Petersham), Mass., 1792. D. C. 1818; ord. Charleston, 

5. C, 1824; p. 1st Bapt. ch., Boston, Mass., Jan. 1827-30; 2d ch., 
Salem, 1830-34; Billerica, 1834-35; Southbridge, 1844-47; pres. Cent. 
C. 1849-65. d. Albion, Mich., Feb. 11, 1879. 

♦HOWARD MALCOM. 1829-1844. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 9, 1799. Dickinson C, P. T. S. 1818-20; 
ord, 1820; p. Hudson, N. Y., 1820-26; Federal St. ch., Boston, Mass., 
1827-35 ; deputy to visit Bapt. foreign mission stations, 1835-38 ; pres. 
G. C. 1839-49; p. Sansom St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1849-51; author. 
d. Philadelphia, Mar. 25, 1879. D.D., U. C. 1843, U. V. M. 1843; 
LL.D., U. Lewis. 1857. 

♦MICHAEL SHEPARD. 1829-1830 ; 1844-1856. 

b. Salem, Mass., Sept. 4, 1786. Merchant in Salem, d. Salem, Dec. 
1856. 

♦RICHARD FLETCHER. 1831-1846; 1853-1859. 

b. Cavendish, Vt., Jan. 8, 1788. D. C. 1806; adm. to bar, 1809; law- 
yer, Salisbury, N. H., 1809-19; Boston, Mass., 1819-58; member U. S. 
House of Representatives, 1837-39 ; assoc. justice, Mass. Supreme Ct., 
1848-53. d. Boston, June 21, 1869. LL.D., D. C. 1846, H. U. 1849. 

♦CHARLES TRAIN. 1832-1849. 

b. Weston, Mass., Jan. 7, 1783. H. U. 1805; ord. Jan. 30, 1811; p. 
Framingham, 1807-39. d. Framingham, Sept. 17, 1849. 

♦BARON STOW. 1835-1869. 

6. Croydon, N. H., June 16, 1807. Col. C. 1825; ord. 1827; p. Ports- 



4 Trustees 

mouth, N. H., 1827-32; Baldwin PI. eh., Boston, Mass., 1832-48; Rowe 
St. (now Clarendon St.) ch., Boston, 1848-67; author, d. Boston, 
Dec. 27, 1869. D.D., H. U. 1855. 

*DAVID R. GRIGGS. 1835-1840. 

b. Brighton, Mass., June 1786. Merchant; res. Brookline. <£ Brook- 
line, Mar. 5, 1870. 

*MATTHEW BOLLES. 1835-1857. 

b. Ashford, Conn., June 11, 1807. Banker in Boston, Mass. ; nephew 
of Rev. Lucius Bolles, D.D. d. Boston, Mar. 2, 1898. 

♦EBENEZER THRESHER. 1836-1850. 

b. Stafford. Conn., Aug. 31, 1798. Br. U. 1827; ord. 1828; p. Port- 
land, Me., 1828-30; sec. Northern Bapt. Educ. Soc, 1830-45; manu- 
facturer railroad cars, Dayton, O., 1845-58 ; manufacturer of varnish, 
Dayton, 1858-73. d. Dayton, Jan. 12, 1886. LL.D., D. U. 1875. 

♦CALEB PARKER. 1837-1854. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Sept. 19, 1803. Merchant in Roxbury; rem. to 
Dayton, O., ca. 1855. d. Dayton, Nov. 29, 1885. 

* WILLIAM HAGUE. 1838-1857; 1863-1873. 
See class of 1829. 

♦SOLOMON PECK. 1839-1874. 

6. Providence, R. I., Jan. 25, 1800. Br. U. 1816; tutor, 1818-20; 
A. T. S. 1823; ord. 1823; pr. North Yarmouth, Me., Charleston, S. C, 
1824; prof. Latin and Hebrew, A. C. 1825-32; p. Gloucester, 1834; 
Weston, 1835; sec. A. B. M. U. 1835-58; p. Beaufort, S. C, 1862-65. 
d. Rochester, N. Y., June 12, 1874. 

♦JAMES HENRY DUNCAN. 1840-1869. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 5, 1793. H. U. 1812; adm. to bar, 1812; 
lawyer, Haverhill; member U. S. House of Representatives, 1849-53. 
d. Haverhill, Feb. 8, 1869. LL.D., Br. U. 1861. 

♦GARDNER COLBY. 1843-1879. 

b. Bowdoinham, Me., Sept. 3, 1810. Merchant, Boston, Mass., 1832- 
48 ; manufacturer, 1850-63 ; railroad construction, 1870-79 ; res. New- 
ton Centre, 1846-79; endowed Colby College, 1864-79; gave over 
$100,000 to N. T. I. d. Newton Centre, Apr. 2, 1879. 

♦ROBERT EVERETT PATTISON. 1843-1848; 1853-1860. 
See faculty. 

♦ALEXIS CASWELL. 1845-1877. 

b. Taunton, R. I., Jan. 29, 1799. Br. U. 1822; tut. Col. C. 1822-25; 
prof, ancient lang., 1825-27; tr., 1827; ord. 1827; p. Halifax, N. S., 
1827-28; pr. 1st ch., Providence, R. I., 1828; prof. math, and nat. 
phi!., Br. U. 1828-58; math, and astronomy, 1850-63; pres. pro tem- 
pore, 1840-41; pres., 1868-72; author, d. Providence, Jan. 8, 1877. 
D.D., Br. U. 1841; LL.D., 1865. 

♦GEORGE CUMMINGS. 1845-1881. 

b. Westford, Mass., Sept. 6, 1805. Res. Medfield. d. Medfield, July 

7, 1881. 

♦ISAAC DAVIS. 1847-1857; 1864-1883. 

b. Northboro, Mass., June 2, 1799. Br. U. 1822; adm. to bar, 1825; 
lawyer, Worcester, d. Worcester, Apr. 1, 1883. LL.D., Col. C. 1846, 
Br. U. 1860. 

♦DAVID NEWTON SHELDON. 1847-1857. 
See class of 1835. 



Trustees 5 

♦THOMAS GRIGGS. 1848-1881. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Apr. 5, 1788. Farmer in Brookline ; dea. Brook- 
line Bapt. ch., 1828-86; memb. Mass. General Court, d. Brookline, 
Sept. 20, 1886. 

♦JOSEPH WHITING PARKER. 1848-1869. 
See class of 1836. 

♦SAMUEL BUDD SWAIN. 1848-1865. 
See class of 1833. 

♦JAMES NATHANIEL GRANGER. 1848-1857. 

b. Canandaigua, N. Y., Aug. 1814. H. L. T. I. 1838; ord. 1839; p. 
Avon, N. Y., 1839-41; Washington St. ch., Buffalo, 1841-42; 1st ch., 
Providence, R. I., 1842-57; author, d. Providence, Jan. 5, 1857. 
D.D., Br. U. 1854. 

♦JAMES WHEATON CONVERSE. 1849-1866; 1869-1881. 

b. Thompson, Conn., Jan. 11, 1808. Member firm, Field & Converse, 
Boston, Mass., 1833-70; dea. Federal St. ch., Boston, 1837-45; res. 
Boston, 1821-94. d. Swampscott, Aug. 26, 1894. 

♦ROLLIN HEBER NEALE. 1850-1861; 1868-1879. 
See class of 1833. 

♦WILLIAM GAMMELL. 1851-1858. 

b. Medfield, Mass., Feb. 10, 1812. Br. U. 1831; prin. S. R. A. 1831- 
32; tut., Br. U. 1832-35; act. prof, belles-lettres, 1835-37; prof, rhet., 
1837-50; hist, and pol. econ., 1850-64; author, d. Providence, Apr. 
3, 1889. LL.D., U. R. 1859. 

♦BARNAS SEARS. 1853-1870. 
See class of 1828. 

♦IRAH CHASE. 1853-1864. 
See faculty. 

♦THOMAS FORD CALDICOTT. 1853-1861. 

b. Long Buckley, Northamptonshire, Eng., Mar. 1803. M. U. ; ord. 
1834; p. Lockport, N. Y.; Roxbury, Mass., 1838-48; Charlestown, 
1850-53; Baldwin PL ch., Boston, 1853-58. d. Toronto, July 9, 1869. 

♦ROBERT CURTIS MILLS. 1853-1896. 
See class of 1840. 

♦WILLIAM HOSMER SHAILER. 1853-1881. 
See class of 1837. 

♦ALVA WOODS. 1853-1887. 

b. Shoreham, Vt., Aug. 13, 1794. H. U. 1817; A. T. S. 1821; ord. 
1821 ; prof. math, and nat. phil., Col. C. 1821-24 ; prof. math, and nat. 
phil., Br. U. 1824-28; pres. ad interim, 1826-27; prof. mor. and intel. 
phil., T. U. 1828-31; U. A. 1831-38; res. Providence, 1838-87. d. 
Providence, Sept. 6, 1887. D.D., Br. U. 1828. 

♦BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BROOKS. 1853-1854. 

b. Sturbridge, Mass., Oct. 16, 1816. Lawyer in Boston, d. Newton, 
Jan. 4, 1887. 

♦HEZEKIAH SMITH CHASE. 1853-1885. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Apr. 1805. Shoe manufacturer in Boston, d. 
Boston, Mar. 17, 1892. 

♦ELIJAH CARLETON EMERSON. 1853-1870. 

b. Chester, N. H., Sept. 1799. Res. Brookline, Mass. d. Brookline, 
July 2, 1888. 



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♦SOLOMON H. DODGE. 1853-1863. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 4, 1817. Merchant, d. Somerville, May 
23, 1886. 

♦THOMAS RICHARDSON. 1853-1858. 

b. Billerica, Mass., Aug. 31, 1796. Part owner, Alger Iron Foundry; 
engaged in Mediterranean trade, d. Boston, Dec. 16, 1872. 

♦HENRY S. DOWNS. 1853-1855. 

United with 1st ch., Maiden, Mass., June 30, 1848 by letter from 1st 
ch., New Haven, Conn. ; dismissed to 1st ch., Englewood, N. J., May 
29, 1873. 

♦DANIEL SANDERSON. 1853-1863. 

b. Rindge, N. H., ca. 1798. Res. Brookline, Mass., Jamaica Plain; 
dea. Bapt. ch., Jamaica Plain; farmer, d. Brookline, July 26, 1863. 

♦HORACE THOMAS LOVE. 1853-1864. 

b. vie. Syracuse, N. Y., Nov. 16, 1808. Br. U. 1836; ord. 1836; miss. 
Corfu, Greece, 1836-46; p. North Adams, Mass., 10 yrs., sec. A. F. B. 
Soc. ; org. ch., East Abington; Greenwood ch., Brooklyn, N. Y. ; pr. 
Providence, R. I. ; Windsor, Vt. ; res. Kansas ; Babylon, N. Y. ; solicit- 
ing agt., Br. U. 1859. d. Babylon, Jan. 18, 1895. 

♦ADAM WILSON. 1853-1856. 

b. Topsham, Me., Feb. 8, 1794. B. C. 1819; p. Wiscasset, Me., 1822- 
24; Turner, 1824-28; ed. Zion's Advocate, 1843-48; p. Hebron, 1850- 
53; Paris, 1853-58. d. Waterville, Jan. 16, 1871. D.D., W. C. 1851. 

♦JOSIAH QUINCY. 1853-1861. 

b. Lenox, Mass., Mar. 7, 1793. Lawyer; settled in Rumney, N. H. ; 
state senator; trustee of State Asylum for Insane; trustee N. H. L. 
T. I. d. Rumney, Jan. 19, 1875. 

♦DURA DURAND PRATT. 1853-1855. 
See class of 1834. 

♦ELI BURNHAM SMITH. 1853-1855. 
See class of 1826. 

♦CORNELIUS ARNOLD THOMAS. 1853-1870. 
See class of 1835. 

♦GEORGE NIXON BRIGGS. 1853-1855. 

b. Adams, Mass., Apr. 12, 1796. U. S. House of Representatives, 
1830-42; governor of Mass., 1843-52; jud. Ct. of Com. Pleas, d. 
Pittsfield, Sept. 12, 1861. 

♦ARTHUR SAVAGE TRAIN. 1853-1858. 
See faculty. 

♦CHARLES S. KENDALL. 1853-1856; 1868-1894. 

b. 1812. Res. Boston, Mass. ; in bus., Rice, Kendall Co., Boston, d. 
Augusta, Ga., Nov. 27, 1894. 

♦ROBERT TURNBULL. 1853-1871. 

b. Whiteburn, Linlithgowshire, Scotland, Sept. 10, 1809. Glasgow U., 
p. Danbury, Conn., Detroit, Mich., Hartford, Conn., Boston, Mass., 
Hartford, Conn. d. Hartford, Nov. 20, 1877. 

♦SYLVANUS DRYDEN PHELPS. 1853-1856. 

b. Suffield, Conn., May 15, 1816. Br. U. 1844; Y. D. S. 1847; ord. 
1846; p. 1st ch., New Haven, 1846-73; Jefferson St. ch., Providence, 
1874-76; ed. Christian Secretary, 1876-88; author, d. New Haven, 
Conn., Nov. 23, 1895. D.D., M. U. 1854. 



Trustees 7 

*GEORaE WHITEFIELD BOSWORTH. 1854-1888. 
See class of 1841. 

*JEFFERSON BORDEN. 1854-1858. 

b. Fall River, Mass., Feb. 3, 1801. Builder of railroads, steamboats, 
and mills, d. Aug. 22, 1887. 

*JAMES UPTON. 1855-1878. 

b. Salem, Mass., c. 1813. Merchant in Salem, d. Salem, Mar. 30, 
1879. 

*NATHANIEL MARSHMAN WILLIAMS. 1855-1859. 
See class of 1840. 

*THOMAS N1CKERSON. 1855-1892. 

b. Brewster, Mass., Sept. 19, 1810. res. Newton, d. Newton, July 
24, 1892. 

THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON. 1856-1868; 1869-1883. 
See class of 1841. 

*ALBERT DAY. 1856-1860. 

b. Westford, Mass., Nov. 29, 1797. Merchant, Hartford, Conn. ; dea. 
South Bapt. ch., Hartford; lieut. governor, Conn., 1856. d. Hart- 
ford, Nov. 11, 1876. 

*KENDALL BROOKS. 1856-1868. 
See class of 1845. 

*WILLIAM A. BOWDLEAR. 1856-1900. 

b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 11, 1818. Merchant in Boston, d. Boston, 
Jan. 23, 1900. 

*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS. 1857-1869; 1892-1893. 
See class of 1846. 

*JOSHUA LINCOLN. 1857-1874. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 28, 1815. Publisher in firm of Gould & Lin- 
coln, Boston, later with Houghton Mifflin & Co. d. Dec. 17, 1900. 
Son of Ensign Lincoln, Trustee. 

*SAMTJEL LUNT CALDWELL. 1857-1875. 
See class of 1845. 

*GEORGE BARTON IDE. 1857-1864; 1870-1872. 

b. Coventry, Vt., 1804. Med. C. 1830; p. Federal St. ch., Boston, 
Mass., 1836-38; Springfield, 1853-72. d. Springfield, Apr. 16, 1872. 

*JOHN WESLEY OLMSTEAD. 1857-1876. 

b. Stillwater, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1816. p. Little Falls, 1837-42; Chelsea, 
Mass., 1842-46; ed. Watchman and Reflector, 1848-75. d. Manches- 
ter, Aug. 30, 1891. A.M., Y. U. 1855; D.D., U. R. 1863. 

*JAMES TIFT CHAMPLIN. 1858-1882. 

b. Colchester, Conn., June 9, 1811. Br. U. 1834; tut., Br. U. 1835-38; 
ord. 1838 ; p. Portland, Me., 1838-41 ; prof. Gr. and Lat. lang. and lit., 
W. C. 1841-58; pres. 1857-73; prof, intel. and mor. phil., 1858-73; 
res. Portland, 1874-82; author, d. Portland, Mar. 15, 1882. 

*ALFRED PEABODY. 1858-1880. 

b. Salem, Mass., Feb. 3, 1806. Merchant in Salem, d. Salem, June 
13, 1879. 

*JOHN M. S. WILLIAMS. 1858-1859. 

b. Richmond, Va., Aug. 15, 1818. Merchant in Boston, Mass. d. 
Cambridge, Mar. 19, 1886. 



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♦JOHN CALVIN STOCKBRIDGE. 1858-1866. 
See class of 1845. 

*ROBERT WOODWARD CUSHMAN. 1859-1868. 

b. Woolwich, Me., Apr. 10, 1800. Col. C. 1825; ord. Aug. 1826; p. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1826-29; prin. Cushman Collegiate Institute, 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1829-41; p. Bowdoin Sq. ch., Boston, Mass., 1841- 
47; tea. Washington, D. C. ; prin. Mt. Vernon Ladies' School, Boston, 
Mass. ; s. Charlestown. d. Wakefield, Apr. 7, 1868. 

*JOSEPH A. GILMORE. 1859-1861. 

b. Weston, Vt., June 10, 1818. Merchant, Boston, Mass., Concord, 
N. H. ; supt. railroads out of Concord ; N. H. State Senate, 1858 ; pres. 
1859; governor, N. H., 1863-65. d. Concord, Apr. 17, 1867. 

♦JONAH GOULDING WARREN. 1859-1875. 
See class of 1838. 

♦GEORGE STILLMAN DEXTER. 1859-1901. 

b. Woburn, Mass., Feb. 7, 1824. Merchant in Boston, d. Boston, 
Dec. 26, 1901. 

*ALBERT NICHOLAS ARNOLD. 1860-1864. 
See class of 1841. 

♦HENRY JONES RIPLEY. 1860-1875. 

See faculty. 

♦JOSEPH WARREN MERRILL. 1860-1889. 

b. Southampton, N. H., Dec. 13, 1819. Manufacturing chemist; may. 
Cambridge, Mass., 1865-66; res. Cambridge, d. Cambridge, Nov. 12, 
1889. A.M., Br. U. 1880. 

♦WILLIAM LAMSON. 1861-1877: 1879-1882. 
See class of 1842. 

♦HEMAN LINCOLN. 1861-1869. 
See class of 1845. 

♦NEHEMIAH BOYNTON. 1861-1868. 

b. Gloucester, Mass., Dec. 2, 1804. Merchant, St. George, Me. ; West 
Thomaston ; Boston, Mass. d. Boston, Nov. 22, 1868. 

♦HORTON D. WALKER. 1861-1865. 

b. Chesterfield, N. H., June 9, 1811. Soap manufacturer, Ports- 
mouth, d. Portsmouth, May 10, 1872. 

♦SUMNER R. MASON. 1863-1871. 

b. Cheshire, Mass., June 14, 1819. Y. U. 1838-40 ; tea. Cincinnati, O. ; 
Nashville, Tenn.; ord. Aug. 22, 1849; p. Lockport, N. Y., 1849-55; 1st 
ch., Cambridge, Mass., 1855-71. d. Revere, Aug. 26, 1871. 

♦NEHEMIAH P. MANN. 1863-1867. 

b. Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 31, 1805. Res. Brookline, Mass. d. 
Brookline, Jan. 16, 1880. 

♦LUCIUS EDWIN SMITH. 1864-1867. 
See class of 1857. 

♦LEWIS COLBY. 1864-1867. 
See class of 1835. 

♦JESSE ALBERT LOCKE. 1865-1871. 

b. Biddeford or Hollis, Me., Apr. 2, 1818. Res. Limerick, Portland, 
Boston, Mass., New York, N. Y. d — . 

♦WILLIAM HADLEY EATON. 1865-1866; 1867-1888. 
See class of 1848. 



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♦JUSTIN DEWEY FULTON. 1865-1876. 

b. Sherburne, N. Y., Mar. 1, 1828. U. R. 1852; R. T. S. 1853-54; ord. 
St. Louis, Mo., May, 1854 ; p. St. Louis, and ed. Gospel Banner, 1854- 
55; Sandusky, 0., 1856-59; Albany, N. Y., 1859-64; Union Temple 
ch., Boston, Mass., 1864-73; Hanson PL ch., Brooklyn, 1873-76; Cen- 
tennial ch., Brooklyn, 1876-87; pres. "Pauline Propaganda," engaged 
in anti-Romanist work, Brooklyn, 1887-94; p. Somerville, Mass., 1894- 
98; anti-Romanist work, Somerville, 1898-1901; author, d. Somer- 
ville, Apr. 16, 1901. 

'♦HENRY HORACE BROWN. 1865-1868. 

b. Berkshire, Vt., 1824. Restaurateur in Boston, Mass. d. Boston, 
Sept. 18, 1869. 

*EUSTACE CAREY FITZ. 1866-1895. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Feb. 5, 1833. Merchant; may. Chelsea, Mass., 
1864-65; res. Chelsea, d. Chelsea, May 27, 1895. A.M., C. U. 1880. 

♦HORATIO N. TINKHAM. 1866-1870. 

b. Sandwich, Mass., 1822. Merchant, d. Springfield, Nov. 27, 1884. 

♦EDWIN CHASE. 1866-1878. 

b. Litchfield, N. H., Mar. 17, 1813. Lumber dealer, Holyoke, Mass. 
d. Holyoke, Mass., Oct. 1882. 

*LUCIAN HAYDEN. 1867-1872. 

b. Winston, Conn., Oct. 31, 1808. H. L. T. I. 1836-37; ord. Dover, 
N. H., 1838; p. Dover, 1837-43; Saxtons River, Vt., 1843-57; New 
London, N. H., 1857-68; Augusta, Ga., 1868-69; tea. Augusta Inst., 
1869; Indianapolis, Ind., 1869-72; p. Grafton, Vt., 1872-75; clerk, 
Treasury dept., Washington, D. C., 1875-79; p. Dunbarton, N. H., 
1879-85, Shutesbury, Mass., 1885-88; res. Concord, N. H., 1888-96; 
author, d. Germantown, Pa., Nov. 10, 1896. D.D., Colg. U. 1865. 

♦GARDNER ROBERTS COLBY. 1867-1871; 1875-1889. 

b. Boston, Mass. Cloth merchant, Harding Colby Co.; res. Orange, 
N. J. d. Orange, 1889. 

♦ADONIRAM JUDSON GORDON. 1868-1895. 
See class of 1863. 

♦GEORGE LAWTON. 1868-1880. 

b. Rehoboth, Mass., Apr. 1800. Res. Waltham, 1842-80. Manufac- 
turer, Waltham. d. Waltham, Oct. 7, 1880. 

*HEMAN LINCOLN CHASE. 1869-1884. 

b. Newton Centre, Mass., Sept. 22, 1829. Merchant, d. Brookline, 
Feb. 11, 1884. Son of Irah Chase, professor. 

♦GEORGE BOARDMAN GOW. 1869-1885. 
See class of 1858. 

♦LAWRENCE BARNES. 1869-1881. 

b. Hillsboro, N. H., 1815. Manufacturer and lumber merchant, Bur- 
lington, Vt. d. Burlington, June 21, 1886. 

♦JOSEPH H. WALKER. 1870-1907. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 20, 1830. Res. Worcester, d. Worcester, Apr. 
3, 1907. 

♦ROBERT OLIVER FULLER. 1870-1903. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 1829. Merchant, d. Cambridge, Mar. 9, 
1903. 



1 This is probably the H. H. Brown of the N. T. I. trustees. 



10 Trustees 

♦SAMUEL CRAFT DAVIS. 1870-1874; 1875-1882. 

b. Brookline, Feb. 18, 1809. Res. Boston, d. Boston, Oct. 15, 1882. 

♦GEORGE DAVIS EDMANDS. 1870-1906. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 15, 1824. Merchant, d. Boston, Nov. 
21, 1906. 

♦JOSEPH CHARLES HARTSHORN. 1871-1889. 
See class of 1844. 

♦HENRY MELVILLE KING. 1871-1887; 1891-1919. 
See class of 1862. 

♦CHARLES LEWIS COLBY. 1871-1875. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., May 22, 1839. Br. U. 1858 ; in bus., Boston, Mass., 
1858-61; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1861-68; res. Newton, Mass., 1868-74; Mil- 
waukee, Wise, 1874-90; New York City, 1890-96; pres. and dir. of 
various railroad companies, d. Newton Centre, Mass., Feb. 26, 1896. 

♦COURTLAND W. ANABLE. 1872-1882. 

b. Bethlehem, Pa., July 28, 1825. U. C. 1846; H. L. T. I. 1854; law., 
1850-53; ord. Germantown, Pa., Feb. 1, 1855; p. Germantown, 1854- 
63; Cambridge, Mass., 1863-71; North Adams, 1872-77; 1st ch., 
Springfield, 1877-82; Adams, 1883-90; ret.; res. New Brighton, N. Y., 
1890-98. d. New Brighton, Aug. 28, 1898. 

♦EZEKIEL GILMAN ROBINSON. 1872-1891. 
See class of 1842. 

♦BENJAMIN FRANKLIN STURTEVANT. 1872-1890. 

b. Norridgewock, Me., Jan. 1833. Manufacturer in Boston, d. 
Boston, Apr. 17, 1890. 

♦ALBERT KNIGHT PORTER. 1873-1887. 
See class of 1862. 

♦JOHN HAYES SANBORN. 1874-1894. 

b. Parsonfield, Me., Dec. 1832. Merchant; res. Newton Centre, Mass. 
d. Newton Centre, Oct. 1, 1894. 

♦AUSTIN WILLIAM BENTON. 1874-1894. 

b. Rowe, Mass., Dec. 1818. Res. Brookline, Newton, d. Newton, 
Mar. 15, 1901. 

♦WILLIAM NEWTON CLARKE. 1875-1884. 

b. Cazenovia, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1841. ord. Keene, N. H., Jan. 14, 1864; 
p. Keene, 1863-69; Newton Centre, Mass., 1868-80; Montreal, P. Q., 
1880-83; prof. Toronto Bapt. ch., 1883-87; p. Hamilton, N. Y., 1887- 
90; prof. Colg. D. S. 1890-1912; author, d. Deland, Fla., Jan. 14, 
1912. 

♦HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS. 1875-1882. 

See class of 1861. 

♦GEORGE BULLEN. 1875-1891; 1909-1916. 
See class of 1858. 

♦BENJAMIN DeFOREST MARSHALL. 1876-1888. 

b. North Egremont, Mass., Oct. 14, 1826. U. R. 1853; R. T. S. 1855; 
ord. Lockport, N. Y., Oct. 11, 1855; p. Lockport, 1855-59; Buffalo, 
1859-73; p. 1st ch., Worcester, 1873-87; Westboro, 1887; act. p. 
Leominster, 1888-97; ret.; res. Worcester, d. Worcester, July 5, 
1906. D.D., U. R. 1853. 

♦DANIEL SHARP FORD. 1876-1880. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 1823. Publisher, d. Boston, Dec. 24, 
1899. 



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♦SAMUEL STILLMAN GREENE. 1877-1883. 

b. Belchertown, Mass., May 3, 1810. Br. U. 1837; asst. prin. W. A. 
1837-40 ; supt. pub. sch., Springfield, 1840-42 ; asst. tea. English High 
Sch., Boston, 1842-44; master, Phillips Grammar Sch., Boston, 1844- 
49 ; agt. Mass. Bd. Educ., 1849-51 ; supt. pub. sch., Providence, R. I., 
1851-54; prof, didactics, Br. U. 1851-54; math, and civ. engineering, 
1855-64; nat. phil. and astronomy, 1864-75; math, and astronomy, 
1875-83. d. Providence, Jan. 24, 1883. LL.D., Br. U. 1870. 

*HIRAM KALLOCK PERVEAR. 1877-1881. 
See class of 1858. 

♦TIMOTHY MERRICK. 1878-1894. 

b. Willington, Conn., Jan. 12, 1824. Manufacturer in Holyoke, Mass. 
d. Holyoke, Mar. 19, 1894. 

♦EDWARD CHASE WILSON. 1879-1893. 

b. Dover, N. H., Feb. 1815. Res. Brookline. d. Brookline, Apr. 19, 
1893. 

♦CEPHAS BENNETT CRANE. 1879-1912. 

b. Marion, N. Y., Mar. 28, 1833. U. R. 1858, R. T. S. 1860; ord. 
Hartford, Conn., 1860; p. South ch., Hartford, 1860-78; First ch., 
Boston, Mass., 1878-84; First ch., Concord, N. H., 1885-96; act. p. 
Woburn, Mass., 1896-1902; w. c. 1902-17. d. Cambridge, Jan. 4, 
1917. D.D., U. R. 1868. 

♦CHESTER W. KINGSLEY. 1880-1904. 

b. Brighton, Mass., June 1824. Res. Cambridge, d. Cambridge, Jan. 
1, 1904. 

♦AMOS WARREN DOWNING. 1880-1909. 

b. Middleton, N. H., Apr. 1838 ; leather dealer in Haverhill, Mass. d. 
Haverhill, Dec. 1, 1909. 

♦CALVIN T. SAMPSON. 1880-1884. 

b. Stamford, Vt., 1826. Res. Washington, D. C. and North Adams, 
Mass. ; shoe manufacturer, d. North Adams, Sept. 28, 1893. 

♦HENRY SWEETSER BURRAGE. 1881-1908. 
See class of 1867. 

♦THOMAS BALDWIN GRIGGS. 1881-1909; 1912-1921. 

b. Brookline, Mass., May 1, 1826. Farmer, d. Brookline, July 20, 
1921. 

♦JOHN MAHAN ENGLISH. 1881-1882. 

See class of 1875. 

♦BENJAMIN E. COLE. 1881-1903. 

b. Beverly, Mass., Jan. 16, 1826. Shoe manufacturer, Boston, d. 
Boston, Nov. 29, 1903. 

♦OLIVER MITCHELL WENTWORTH. 1881-1922. 

b. Kennebunk, Me., June 25, 1833. Merchant, Boston, Mass. d. 
Boston, 1922. 

♦JOSEPH SAWYER. 1882-1899. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 1823. In bus., Sawyer, Manning Co., Boston. 
d. Boston, May 27, 1901. 

♦SAMUEL NEWELL BROWN. 1882-1892. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 23, 1827. Pres. E. and T. Fairbanks & Co.; 
merchant and manufacturer ; res. Boston, d. July 4, 1912. 

♦GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER. 1882-1890; 1891-1907. 
See class of 1860. 



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♦WILLIAM TREAT BURNS. 1882-1884. 

b. Milford, Conn., Mar. 14, 1848. D. U. 1871; R. T. S. 1874; ord. 
Yonkers, N. Y., May 20, 1874; p. Yonkers, 1874-75; Haverhill, Mass., 
1876-81; 1st ch., Lynn, 1881-84; Camden, N. J., 1884-87; Lockport, 
N. Y., 1887-88. d. Albany, Tex., May 16, 1889. 

♦WILLIAM STOKES APSEY. 1882-1902. 

b. Winborne, England, May 22, 1904. M. U. 1861; ord. Preston Hol- 
low, N. Y., Sept. 1861; p. Bennington, Vt., 1862-68; North Ave. ch., 
Cambridge, Mass., 1868-95; Reading, 1895-99; ret. d. Somerville, 
Feb. 14, 1904. D.D. 

♦JOSEPH CONY STEVENS. 1883-1905. 

b. Eastport, Me., June 1835. Merchant in Boston, Mass. d. Boston, 
Mar. 15, 1905. 

♦FRANKLIN JOHNSON. 1883-1891. 

b. Franklin, O., Nov. 2, 1836. Colg. T. S. 1861; ord, 1862; p. Bay 
City, Mich., 1861-63; Lambertville, N. J., 1864-66; Passaic, 1866-72; 
Newark, 1872-74; Cambridge, Mass., 1874-88; Athens, Greece, 1888- 
89; pres. Ott. U. 1890-92; prof. U. Chic. 1892-1908; em. 1908-16; 
author, d. Oct. 7, 1916. D.D., U. Jena 1869 ; LL.D., Ott. U. 1898. 

♦JOHN BILLINGS BRACKETT. 1883-1889. 
See class of 1860. 

♦WILLIAM ADAMS MUNROE. 1883-1905. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 9, 1843. H. U. 1864; H. U. Law Sch. one 
year in 1867 ; law. ; res. Cambridge, d. Franconia Notch, N. H., Aug. 
26, 1905. A.M., H. U. 1867. 

♦THOMAS EDWIN BROWN. 1884-1891. 

b. Washington, D. C, Sept. 26, 1841. Col. C. 1861; p. Tabernacle 
ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1862-69; 2nd ch., Rochester, 1869-82; 1st ch., 
Providence, R. I., 1882-90; Mem. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1890-96; 1st 
ch., Franklin, Pa., 1896-1902; 1st ch., New Britain, Conn., 1904-15. 
d. — . D.D., U. R. 1875. 

♦ORRIN PHILIP GIFFORD. 1884-1892. 

b. Montague, Mass., Apr. 15, 1847. Br. U. 1874; R. T. S. 1877; ord. 
1877; p. Pittsfield, Mass., 1877-79; Warren Ave. ch., Boston, 1879-90; 
Brookline, 1890-91; Chicago, 111., 1891-94; Deleware Ave. ch., Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1894-1907; Brookline, Mass., 1907-18; p. em., 1918-32; author. 
d. Pasadena, Calif., Feb. 2, 1932. D.D., U. R. 1896. 

♦JOSEPH STORY. 1884-1888. 

b. Marblehead, Mass., Nov. 11, 1822. Slate business, Boston, d. 
Boston, Mass., June 22, 1905. 

♦ALBERT CHRISTOPHER HTJSSEY. 1884-1893. 
See class of 1872. 

♦CHARLES MANNING BOWERS. 1884-1888. 
See class of 1842. 

♦JAMES McWHINNIE. 1885-1892. 
See class of 1870. 

♦LEANDER BEAL. 1885-1897. 

b. Hingham, Mass., Nov. 27, 1834. Merchant in Boston, d. Boston, 
Nov. 30, 1906. 

♦FREEMAN A. SMITH. 1887-1896. 

b. Maiden, Mass., Aug. 18, 1836. Investment and securities, d. 
Maiden, Apr. 29, 1906. 



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♦BENJAMIN ALLEN GREENE. 1887-1899. 
See class of 1875. 

♦LEMUEL CALL BARNES. 1888-1897; 1905-1912. 
See class of 1878. 

♦MOSES HOMAN BIXBY. 1888-1902. 

b. Warren, N. H., Aug. 20, 1827. ord. Williston, Vt., 1849; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Burma, 1853-57; p. Cranston St. ch., Providence, R. I., 
1870-1901. d. Providence, Mar. 20, 1901. D.D., Cent. U. 1875. 

♦ALVAH HOVEY. 1888-1903. 
See class of 1848. 

♦CHARLES HENRY ROWE. 1888-1890. 
See class of 1861. 

♦EDWARD WILLIAM PRIDE. 1888-1892. 
See class of 1868. 

♦GEORGE SHAW HARWOOD. 1888-1894. 

b. Bradford, Yorkshire, England, 1829. Manufacturer of woolen 
machinery, Harwood & Quincy; res. Newton, Mass. d. Rome, Italy, 
1894. 

♦HENRY FRANCIS COLBY. 1889-1915. 
See class of 1867. 

♦WILLIAM THOMAS CHASE. 1889-1893. 
See class of 1869. 

♦ELISHA BENJAMIN ANDREWS. 1890-1899. 
See class of 1874. 

♦ALBION WOODBURY SMALL. 1890-1892. 
See class of 1879. 

♦GEORGE EDMANDS MERRILL. 1890-1900. 
See class of 1872. 

♦FRANCIS WALES BAKEMAN. 1891-1919. 
See class of 1869. 

♦JAMES WILLIAM MANNING. 1891-1896. 
See class of 1872. 

♦EBENEZER NELSON BLAKE. 1891-1915. 

b. Arlington, Mass., Feb. 9, 1831. Res. Chicago, 111.; Arlington, 
Mass. ; banker, d. Arlington, Dec. 16, 1921. 

♦SALMON PORTER HIBBARD. 1892-1900. 

b. St. Armand, Canada, Aug. 27, 1837. Member firm, Fowle, Hib- 
bard & Co., Boston, Mass., 1867-1900. d. Jackson, Mich., Dec. 19, 
1900. 

♦NATHAN EUSEBIUS WOOD. 1892-1917. 
See faculty. 

♦GEORGE EDWIN HORR. 1892-1904; 1909-1927. 
See class of 1879. 

♦FREDERICK S. PEVEAR. 1892-1900. 

b. Lynn, Oct. 28, 1853. Leather business; ret., d. Brookline, June 
29, 1923. 

♦EUGENE NOBLE FOSS. 1892-1915. 

b. Berkshire, Vt., Sept. 24, 1858. U. V. M. 1877-79. Pres. Sturte- 
vant Blower Co., Boston, Mass.; res. Jamaica Plain, d. Sept. 13, 
1939. LL.D., U. V. M. 1912. 



14 Trustees 

♦JOSEPH SKINNER SWAIM. 1892-1918. 
See class of 1877. 

♦THOMAS S. BARBOUR. 1893-1915. 

b. Hartford, Conn., July 28, 1853. P. Fall River, Mass., 1883-95; 
Brookline, 1896-98; Wollaston. d. Stoddard, N. H., Sept. 26, 1915. 

♦STEPHEN GREENE. 1893-1901. 

b. Hope, R. I., Sept. 27, 1851. Manufacturer and engineer; res. New- 
ton Centre, Mass. d. Newton Centre, Mass., Nov. 7, 1901. 

♦JAMES LELAND HOWARD. 1893-1906. 

b. Jan. 19, 1818. Pres. James L. Howard and Co., manufacturer of 
railway supplies ; lieut. gov., Conn., 1887-89. d. May 2, 1906. A.M., 
Br. U. 1894. 

♦WILLIAM S. ROBERTS. 1893-1905. 

b. New Carlisle, O., Apr. 1, 1845. S. C. 1872; S. C. Theol. dept. 1875; 
p. Janesville, Wise, 1875-78; Spruce St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
1878-?; Rockland, Me.; Burlington, Vt., 1891-1902; Deep River, 
Conn. ; ret. d. Norton, Dec. 4, 1906. 

♦CHARLES ALBERT VINAL. 1894-1901. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 2, 1849. Shoe and leather business, d. 
Newton, Jan. 20, 1901. 

♦BENAIAH LONGLEY WHITMAN. 1894-1902. 
See class of 1890. 

♦WILLIAM HARRISON EATON. 1894-1908. 

b. Hopkinton, N. H., Feb. 22, 1841. ord. Acworth, June 1863; p. 
Acworth; Goffstown Centre; Salisbury and Amesbury, Mass., West- 
field; sec. Mass. Bapt. Conv. 1888-1908. d. Medford, Feb. 29, 1908. 

♦SAMUEL WHITE DUNCAN. 1895-1898. 
See class of 1864. 

♦DUDLEY P. BAILEY. 1895-1927. 

b. Corn ville, Me., Oct. 1843. Lawyer ; res. Everett, Mass. d. Everett, 
Feb. 29, 1928. 

♦HENRY WAYLAND PEABODY. 1895-1908. 

b. Salem, Mass., Aug. 1828. Merchant, d. Beverly, Dec. 7, 1908. 
Son of Alfred Peabody, trustee. 

♦ROBERT JOHN ADAMS. 1895-1910. 

b. North Granville, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1829. Wms. C. 1853; R. T. S. 
1855; ord. Wallingford, Conn., Oct. 1855; p. Wallingford, 1855-69; 
2d ch., Holyoke, Mass., 1869-86; Stoughton St. ch., Boston, 1886-93; 
financial sec. N. T. I. 1893-94; gen. sec. W. A. 1894-1901; treas. N. B. 
Educ. Soc, 1896-1911. d. Cambridge, Nov. 25, 1911. D.D., Br. U. 
1875. 

♦EDWARD S. WILKINSON. 1896-1902. 

b. Rowe, Mass., 1842 (?). Banker, d. North Adams, Oct. 14, 1902. 

♦CHARLES HUBBARD SPALDING. 1896-1921. 
See class of 1868. 

♦CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE. 1896-1918. 
See class of 1890. 

♦FRANCIS TOMLINSON HAZELWOOD. 1897-1908. 
See class of 1867. 

♦THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON. 1897-1928. 
See class of 1877. 



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*WILLIAM GEORGE FENNELL. 1899-1900. 

b. Goshen, Conn., Nov. 15, 1859. M. U. 1885; H. T. S. 1886-87; p. 
1st ch., Middletown, Conn., 1887-92; Meriden, 1892-1900, South ch., 
Newark, N. J., 1900-08; Asylum Ave. ch., Hartford, 1908-17; instr. 
Hart. T. S. d. Feb. 26, 1917. 

*WILLIAM HERBERT PERRY FAUNCE. 1899-1930. 
See class of 1884. 

*HARVEY BOLLES EVANS. 1899-1903. 

b. Wakefield, Mass., Sept. 1856. Shoe manufacturer, Wakefield, d. 
Wakefield, Mar. 26, 1905. 

♦FRANKLIN GARRETT McKEEVER. 1900-1923. 

b. Oxford, Pa., Dec. 24, 1852. Br. U. 1881; R. T. S. 1884; p. Medina, 
N. Y., 1884-88; Providence, R. I., 1888-93; New London, Conn., 1893- 
1908; Newport, R. I., 1912-18; literary wk., 1918-22; res. Providence. 
d. Dec. 1, 1922. D.D., Br. U. 1906. 

♦GEORGE FRANCIS DRAPER PAINE. 1900-1912. 

b. Uxbridge, Mass., Aug. 30, 1837. Pres. Paine Furniture Co.; res. 
Boston, d. Boston, Oct. 20, 1913. 

♦ARTHUR LINCOLN SNELL. 1900-1908. 
See class of 1889. 

♦CHARLES C. BARRY. 1901-1911. 

b. Holderness, N. H., July 11, 1848. Accountant; res. Melrose, Mass. 
d. Melrose, Dec. 27, 1911. 

*HENRY HUBBARD KENDALL. 1901-1943. 

b. New Braintree, Mass., Mar. 4, 1855. M. I. T., 1872-73; Mass. 
Normal Art Sch., 1875-77; architect in Boston, firm of Kendall, 
Taylor & Co. d. Newton Centre., Feb. 28, 1943. 

*CHARLES A. JONES. 1901-1910. 

b. Washington, N. H., Sept. 1847. Banker, Woburn, Mass. d. 
Woburn, Feb. 3, 1910. 

*THOMAS ELLIOTT BARTLETT. 1901-1914. 
See class of 1880. 

♦HORACE MANN WILLARD. 1901-1907. 

b. Mar. 24, 1842. Br. U. 1864; tea. and prin. Bridgewater A. ; N. L. L. 
S. I. 1870-72; Newton, Mass., 1873-76; Vermont A. 1876-89. d. Aug. 
24, 1907. Sc.D., Br. U. 1893. 

♦JOHN RUSSELL GOW. 1902-1918. 
See class of 1882. 

EDWIN FARNUM GREENE. 1902-1912. 
b. Hills Grove, R. I., Feb. 9, 1879. Pres. Lockwood, Greene & Co., 
1902-26; pres. Enderley Corp.; Minot Hooper & Co., and Dwight 
Manufacturing Co. ; ad. 51 Madison Ave., New York, N. Y. Son of 
Stephen Greene, trustee. 

♦MILLARD FILLMORE JOHNSON. 1902-1928. 
See class of 1879. 

♦ALBERT GEORGE UPHAM. 1902-1908. 
See class of 1877. 

♦DANIEL WEBSTER ABERCROMBIE. 1903-1922. 

b. Boiling Green, Ala., Nov. 25, 1853. H. U. 1876; tea. St. Mark's 
Sch., Southboro, Mass.; Vermont Academy, 1878-82; prin. W. A., 
1882-1918. d. Feb. 24, 1932. LL.D., C. U. 1898; Litt.D., D. C. 1911. 



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*JOHN CARR. 1903-1911. 

b. Antrim, N. H., Aug. 1828. Pres. Eliot Five Cent Savings Bank; 
B. F. Sturtevant Co. d. Aug. 9, 1913. 

*FRANCIS ALMON GASKILL. 1904-1909. 

b. Blackstone, Mass., Jan. 3, 1846. Br. U. 1866 ; Harvard Law Sch. ; 
lawyer ; justice Superior Ct. of Mass., 1895-1909 ; res. Worcester, d. 
July 16, 1909. LL.D.., Br. U. 1899. 

♦CHARLES F. BYAM. 1904-1913. 

b. Chelmsford, Mass., July 2, 1834. Pres. Charlestown Five Cent 
Savings Bank; res. Charlestown. d. Arlington, Sept. 7, 1913. 

*CHARLES HENRY WATSON. 1904-1931. 

b. New York, N. Y., Jan. 1, 1847. Colg. U. 1873; H. T. S. 1875; p. 
Oswego, N. Y., 1875-81; 1st ch., Arlington, Mass., 1881-1909; author; 
lib. N. E. Bapt. Lib., 1913-31. d. Arlington, Aug. 14, 1931. D.D., 
Colg. U. 1897. 

*JOSEPH G. SHED. 1904-1909. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 1829. Res. Roxbury. d. Roxbury, Mar. 8, 
1911. 

FRANCIS HAROLD ROWLEY. 1904-1912. 
b. Holton, N. Y., July 25, 1859. U. R, 1875; R. T. S. 1878; p. Titus- 
ville, Pa., 1879-84; North Adams, Mass., 1884-92; Oak Park, 111., 
1892-96; Fall River, Mass., 1896-1900; 1st ch., Boston, 1900-10; pres. 
Mass. Soc. for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ; American Humane 
Education Soc; ad. 1484 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. D.D., U. R. 
1897. 

OATES CHARLES SYMONDS WALLACE. 1905-1917. 
See class of 1886. 

*WILLIAM WALLACE STICKNEY. 1906-1909. 

b. Plymouth, Vt., Mar. 21, 1853. P. A. A. 1877; lawyer, Stickney, 
Sargent and Chase; governor, Vt., 1900-02; res. Ludlow; Tyson, Vt. 
d. Dec. 15, 1932. 

*EDMUND FRANKLIN MERRIAM. 1907-1930. 
See class of 1879. 

*DWIGHT CHESTER. 1907-1914. 

b. Maryland, N. Y., Mar. 2, 1835; insurance and banking; res. New- 
ton, Mass. d. Newton, May 4, 1914. 

EDWARD PRATT TULLER. 1907-1939. 
See class of 1887. 

*HENRY TURNER BAILEY. 1908-1917. 

b. Scituate, Mass., Dec. 9, 1865. State Normal Art Sch., Boston, 
1887; tea. drawing; ed. The School Arts Magazine, 1903-17; author; 
res. Boston; Cleveland, O. d. Nov. 26, 1931. L.H.D., D. U. 1925. 

*GEORGE CLARKSON WHITNEY. 1908-1914. 

b. Westminster, Mass., Sept. 19, 1842. Pres. and treas. George C. 
Whitney Co., Worcester, d. Worcester, 1915. 

*JOHN STANLEY LYON. 1908-1917. 

b. Windhall, Vt., Jan. 28, 1861. Colg. U.; N. Y. U. 1886; p. Fair 
Haven, Vt., 1891-94; Bristol, Conn., 1894-1901; 2nd ch., Holyoke, 
1901-15; field sec. Bd. of Educ, N. B. C, 1916-18. d. Clarksburg, 
W. Va., Nov. 18, 1918. D.D., N. Y. U. 1909. 

*FRANK RECTOR. 1908-1933. 
See class of 1881. 



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♦EDWIN PERRY WELLS. 1908-1912. 

b. Southbridge, Mass., June 2, 1859. Merchant; res. Newton Center. 
d. Newton, Dec. 13, 1917. 

CLIFTON DAGGETT GRAY. 1908—. 
See class of 1899. 

*IRVING BEMIS MOWER. 1909-1929. 
See class of 1884. 

♦JOSEPH LOWE COLBY. 1909-1920. 

b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 24, 1846. Mining engineer; res. Milwaukee, 
Wise. ; Newton Centre, 1910-20. d. Newton, Oct. 8, 1920. 

♦MAURICE AMBROSE LEVY. 1909-1929; 1931-1934. 
See class of 1900. 

♦GEORGE ERNEST BRIGGS. 1909-1926. 

b. Wrentham, Mass., May 3, 1873. Lumber merchant, Lexington. 
d. Lexington, Aug. 27, 1930. 

♦WILLIAM CLAXTON BRAY. 1910-1911. 

b. Turner, Me., Sept. 12, 1859. Manufacturer; res. Newton Centre, 
Mass. d. Newton Centre, Aug. 19, 1923. 

♦EMERY B. GIBBS. 1910-1922. 

b. Byron, Me., Oct. 23, 1862. Lawyer, Boston, Mass. d. Brookline, 
Feb. 9, 1922. 

♦WOODMAN BRADBURY. 1910-1918. 
See class of 1891. 

♦MOSES GRANT EDMANDS. 1911-1915. 

b. Charlestown, Mass. Res. Chestnut Hill. d. Pasadena, Calif. 

ALBERT LYON SCOTT. 1911-1939. 
b. Cleveland, O., June 21, 1878. Br. U. 1900; dir., treas., v. pres., 
Lockwood Greene & Co., 1900-28; pres. Lockwood Greene Engineers 
Inc., 1928 — ; ad. Chappaqua, N. Y. 

♦ALFRED WILLIAMS ANTHONY. 1912-1916. 

b. Providence, R. I., Jan. 13, 1860. Br. U. 1883; C. D. S. 1883-85; 
U. Berlin 1888-90; prof. N. T. exegesis, C. D. S. 1890-1908; prof. Ba. 
C. 1908-11; author, d. Jan. 20, 1939. D.D., Ba. C. 1902, Br. U. 
1908; LL.D., Cy. C. 1914, Ba. C. 1920; L.H.D., Hills C. 1937. 

♦WILLIAM EDWARD BLODGETT. 1912-1931. 

b. . Belmont, Mass., Apr. 16, 1864. Treas. Guastavino Co. ; res. 
Woburn, Mass. d. Woburn, May 26, 1931. 

AUSTEN KENNEDY de BLOIS. 1912-1926. 
See class of 1891. 

♦CHARLES EDWARD PRIOR. 1912-1927. 

b. Moosup, Conn., 1856. Banker, Jewett City and Hartford; res. 
Jewett City ; Hartford ; Bridgeport, d. Bridgeport, June 27, 1927. 

♦LEONARD HALL RHODES. 1912-1920. 

b. Camden, Me., Nov. 28, 1860. Pres. Rhodes Bros, and Co., Boston, 
Mass. ; res. Brookline. d. Brookline, Jan. 13, 1940. 

♦EDWARD E. STEVENS. 1912-1916. 

b. Cleveland, O., Jan. 1, 1855. Banker; res. Arlington, Mass. d. 
Arlington, May 25, 1936. 

♦CHARLES HENRY MOSS. 1913-1934. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Nov. 3, 1864. Ind. State U. 1884; p. Little Falls, 



18 Trustees 

Minn.; Allentown, Pa.; Cincinnati, 0.; Rochester, N. Y. ; Maiden, 
1903-18; in bus., 1918-38. d. Maiden, June 5, 1938. 

*FRED MYRON PREBLE. 1913-1926. 
See class of 1884. 

ALBERT HARMON CURTIS. 1914-1924. 
b. Harrington, Me., Apr. 3, 1866. Albert H. Curtis and Co., Boston; 
ad. 18 Welles Ave., Dorchester, Mass. 

*GEORGE B. ROWBOTHAM. 1914-1936. 

b. Quebec, P. Q., July 2, 1853. Builder; res. Newton, Mass. d. 
Newton, Apr. 25, 1936. 

*ROBERT MEANS CLARK. 1915-1920. 

b. Brookville, Pa., Feb. 1, 1867. Manufacturer; res. Newton Centre, 
Mass.; Natick, 1922-41. d. Natick, Mar. 15, 1941. 

CHARLES HOBEN DAY. 1915-1923. 
See class of 1891. 

*ALLYN KING FOSTER. 1915-1927. 

b. Baltimore, Md., Apr. 14, 1868. Baltimore City C. 1886; S. B. T. S. 
1894; ord. 1894; p. Olivet ch., New Haven, Conn., 1895-1901; fd. and 
headmaster, Foster Sch., 1901-07; p. 1st ch., Worcester, Mass., 1909- 
16; sec. dept. stud, wk., Bapt. Bd. of Educ, 1920-34; res. Chicago, 
111. d. Nov. 10, 1934. D.D., Br. U. 1916. 

EVERETT ARNOLD GREENE. 1915-1939. 
b. Providence, R. I., May 14, 1885. Br. U. 1909; treas., Lockwood, 
Greene and Co., 1919-29; comptroller, Rhode Island State Hospital, 
1934—; res. Newton Centre, Mass., 1890-1934; Providence, R. I., 
1934—; ad. 112 Woodbury St., Providence, R. I. Son of Stephen 
Greene, trustee. 

JAMES HUBERT GROVER. 1915-1931. 
b. Lynn, Mass., July 16, 1871. Vice pres. J. J. Grover Shoe Co., 
1930 — ; ad. 40 Baltimore St., Lynn, Mass. 

*EMORY WILLIAM HUNT. 1915-1923. 

b. East Clarence, N. Y., Feb. 2, 1862. U. R. 1884; C. T. S. 1887; ord. 
1887; p. Ashland Ave. ch., Toledo, O., 1887-1900; Clarendon St. ch., 
Boston, Mass., 1900-02; pres. D. U. 1902-13; gen. sec. A. B. F. M. S. 
1913-15; p. 1st ch., Newton Centre, 1915-19; pres. Bu. U. 1919-31. 
d. May 20, 1938. D.D., D. U. 1901; LL.D., U. R. 1902; D.C.L., Hills. 
C. 1927. 

♦HOWARD BENJAMIN GROSE. 1916-1927. 

b. Millerton, N. Y., Sept. 5, 1851. U. Rochester 1876; ord. 1883; p. 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1883-87; Pittsburg, Pa., 1888-90; pres. U. South 
Dak. 1890-92; asst. prof. hist. U. Chic. 1892-96; assoc. ed. The Watch- 
man, 1896-1900; editorial sec. A. B. H. M. S. 1904-10; ed. Missions, 
1910-33; author; res. New York, N. Y. d. May 19, 1939. D.D., Br. 
U. 1907. 

*CHARLES S. GROVER. 1916-1919. 

b. Nova Scotia, June 14, 1850. Shoe manufacturer, Lynn, Mass. d. 
Lynn, Apr. 4, 1919. 

FRED TARBELL FIELD. 1917—. 
b. Springfield, Vt., Dec. 24, 1876. Br. U. 1900; LL.B., H. U. 1903. 
Adm. to Mass. Bar, 1903; to U. S. Supreme Court, 1907; asst. atty. 
gen., Mass., 1905-12; justice Supreme Judicial Court of Mass., 1929- 
38; chief justice, 1938 — ; ad. 36 Fairmont Ave., Newton, Mass. 
LL.D., D. C. 1931, A. C. 1939, Wms. C. 1939. 



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♦STEPHEN HAROLD GREENE. 1917-1937. 

b. Providence, R. I., Apr. 27, 1880. Br. U. 1897-1900; cotton manu- 
facturer; res. Newton Centre, Mass. d. Nov. 19, 1937. Son of 
Stephen Greene, trustee. 

WILLIAM AUSTIN HILL. 1917-1941. 
See class of 1904. 

♦WILLIAM EVERETT MACURDA. 1917-1942. 

b. Clinton, Mass., Mar. 4, 1864. Coal merchant; res. Somerville, 
Watertown. d. Littleton, Mass., July 30, 1942. 

JOSEPH CHANDLER ROBBINS. 1917-1942. 
See class of 1902. 

♦FREDERICK LENT. 1918-1926. 
See class of 1896. 

HERBERT JUDSON WHITE. 1918-1926. 
See class of 1899. 

♦HERBERT RONELLE PURINTON. 1919-1923. 
See class of 1894. 

WARREN APPLETON WHITNEY. 1919-1925. 
b. Worcester, Mass., Apr. 16, 1883. Br. U. ; pres. and treas. George 
C. Whitney Co., Worcester, 1914 — ; ad. 15 Trowbridge Rd., Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

♦WILLIAM FREDERICK WILSON. 1919-1926. 
See class of 1898. 

♦ARTHUR EARL GATES. 1920-1926. 

b. Annapolis, N. S., Aug. 1875. Insurance bus.; res. Winchester, 
Mass. d. Winchester, Mass., Jan. 1, 1926. 

BENJAMIN THOMSON LIVINGSTON. 1920-1938. 
See class of 1900. 

CHARLES NATHANIEL ARBUCKLE. 1921-1929. 
See faculty. 

DEWITT GILBERT WILCOX. 1921-1939. 
See faculty. 

♦WINDSOR HERBERT WYMAN. 1921-1924. 
See class of 1886. 
CHARLES WALDO BAILEY. 1922-1924. 
b. North Scituate, Mass., Oct. 22, 1872. Banking, Boston, 1888—; ad. 
365 Highland Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 

♦HUGH AUSTIN HEATH. 1922-1942. 

b. Jackson, Minn., Sept. 1, 1867. Des M. C. 1893; R. T. S. 1896; 
ord. 1896; p. Rochester, N. Y., 1895-96; Waverly, la., 1896-98; 
Keokuk, 1898-1901; Wakefield, Mass., 1901-13; gen. sec. Mass. Bapt. 
Missionary Soc, 1913-19; Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1922-40; ret. d. 
Boston, Mar. 10, 1942. D.D., Des M. C. 1907, Cy. C. 1928. 

DANIEL SANFORD JENKS. 1922-1939. 
See class of 1893. 

HERVEY JUDSON SKINNER. 1922—. 
b. Wakefield, Mass., Oct. 7, 1877. M. I. T. 1899; chemical eng.; pres. 
Skinner & Sherman, Inc., Boston, 1919 — ; ad. 42 Park Ave., Wake- 
field, Mass. 

♦ARTHUR WORDSWORTH CLEAVES. 1923-1940. 
See class of 1907. 



20 Trustees 

*WILLIAM ANTHONY DAVISON. 1923-1932. 

b. Cookstown, Ireland, Sept. 15, 1866. Br. U. 1896; H. T. S. 1896; 
p. Utica, N. Y., 1893-96; Montpelier, Vt., 1896-99; exec. sec. Vt. Bapt. 
Conv., 1900-31; ret. d. 1937. D.D., Mid. C. 1905. 

EVERETT CARLETON HERRICK. 1923—. 
See class of 1907. 

OTIS WILLIAMS FOYE. 1924—. 
See class of 1901. 

PARKE HANSELL CUSTIS. 1924—. 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 25, 1880. H. U. 1901; in bus., Boston, 
Mass. ; ad. 47 Cotswold Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

LEONARD FRANKLIN LEIGHTON. 1924-1928. 
b. Melrose, Mass., Aug. 14, 1884. Vice pres. The Carbon Coal and 
Coke Co., Boston, 1913-19; pres. 1919—; ad. 54 Gooch St., Melrose, 
Mass. 

ALVAN TUFTS FULLER. 1924-1940. 
b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 27, 1878. Owner of Packard Motor Car Co. ; 
member of Congress, 1917-21; lieutenant governor, Mass., 1921-25; 
governor, 1925-29; ad. 150 Beacon St., Boston, Mass. LL.D., Bost U., 
Tu. C, Holy Cross C, Bost. C, Ba. C. 

*JOHN FREEMAN ROOD. 1925-1934. 

b. Nova Scotia, Dec. 1873. Res. Maiden, Mass. d. Maiden, Oct. 6, 
1934. 

EDWIN BAILEY DOLAN. 1926-1940. 
See class of 1896. 

SAMUEL MACAULAY LINDSAY. 1926-1938. 
See class of 1913. 

DENTON JUDSON NEILY. 1926—. 

See class of 1905. 
JOSIAH ARTHUR SPARROW. 1926-1931. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Apr. 20, 1871. Textiles and banking; appraiser; 

res. Wollaston ; ad. Orleans, Mass. 

*JOHN HARRISON THOMPSON. 1926-1931. 
See class of 1908. 
ROBERT LEE WEBB. 1926— 
See class of 1893. 

*JOSEPH WILLARD BAKER. 1927-1940. 

b. Central Falls, R. I., June 12, 1868. Sec, Manville Jenckes Corp., 
Manville, R. I.; res. Pawtucket, West Wrentham, Mass. d. West 
Wrentham, May 14, 1940. 

ELBERT EDWARD GATES. 1927-1941. 
b. Bridgewater, N. S., Apr. 4, 1869. Ac. U. 1891; R. T. S. 1894; p. 
Sennett, N. Y., 1894-1900; Noank, Conn,, 1900-07; Ansonia, 1907-19; 
assoc. sec. Conn. Bapt Conv., 1919-24; gen. sec, 1926-41; ad. 29 Out- 
look Ave., West Hartford, Conn. D.D., Ac. U. 1931. 

FRANK BRADLEY HAGGARD. 1927-1940. 
See class of 1913. 

THOMAS SHERRARD ROY. 1927-1935; 1936—. 
See class of 1915. 

WILLIAM REID. 1927—. 
b. St. John, N. B., Feb. 17, 1875. A. C. 1902; Bost. T. S. 1908; ord. 
1902; p. Cape Neddick, Me., 1902-05; Rockland, Mass., 1906-11; Hyde 



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Park ch., Boston, 1911-17; gen. sec. R. I. Bapt. Conv., 1922-42; ret.; 
ad. New Bedford, Mass. D.D., Br. U. 1937. 

ROSA ORLINE HALL. 1928—. 
b. South Willington, Conn., Oct. 12, 1871. Pres. G. Hall Jr. Co., 
South Willington, manufacturers of thread ; ad. South Willington. 

WILLIAM PARKER HART. 1928—. 
b. Freetown, N. Y., Oct. 8, 1868. Banker, Charlestown, Mass. ; ad. 57 
Logan Ave., Medford, Mass. 

WALTER LINDSAY VAN KLEECK. 1928—. 
b. New York, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1872. H. U. 1895 ; H. U. Law Sch. 1903; 
law., Boston, Mass., 1903 — ; ad. 246 Clinton Rd., Brookline, Mass. 

HENRY INGRAHAM HARRIMAN. 1929-1938. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 26, 1872. Wes. U. 1895; pres. N. E. Power 
Co. and Assos., 1926; ad. 825 Centre St., Newton, Mass. L.L.B., 
N. Y. Law Sch. 1897; Ph.D., Wes. U. 1930; Ph.D., Northeastern U. 
1939. 

HARRY GALPIN STODDARD. 1929—. 
b. Athol, Mass., Sept. 13, 1873. In bus., Worcester; ad. 7 Massachu- 
setts Ave., Worcester, Mass. D. Engineering, Worcester Polytechnic 
Inst., 1941. 

EDWARD TAYLOR SULLIVAN. 1929—. 
b. Castletown, Ireland, Aug. 23, 1861. Trinity C. 1889; Epis. Theo. 
Sch., Cambridge, Mass., 1892; ord. (Epis). Cambridge, June 15, 1892; 
rector, Trinity ch., Newton Centre, June 1891-Apr. 1942; r. em., 
1942—; ed. Church Militant, 1898-1921; ad. 26 Orient Ave., Newton 
Centre, Mass. D.D., Trinity C. 1921, Epis. Theol. Sch. 1921. 

ALBERT CLARK THOMAS. 1929-1941; 1942—. 

See class of 1911. 
ERNEST MARTIN HOPKINS. 1930—. 

6. Dunbarton, N. H., Nov. 6, 1877. D. C. 1901; sec. to pres., D. C. 

1901-05; sec. of C. 1905-10; pres. 1916—; ad. Hanover, N. H. 

Litt.D., A. C. 1916; LL.D., Cy. C. 1916, Rutgers C. 1916, Br. U. 1919, 

U. P. 1921, U. N. H. 1922, McGill 1925, Y. U. 1925, Wms. C. 1925, 

H. U. 1928, St. John's C. 1932, Wabash C. 1932, Wm. and Mary C. 

1939; L.H.D., Hobart C. 1936. Son of A. J. Hopkins, class of 1877. 

ELEANOR A. CAMPBELL. 1931-1935. 
b. New York, N. Y., Mar. 2, 1878. Bryn Mawr C. 1896-98; M.D., 
Bost. U. Sch. Med. 1916; fd. Judson Health Centre, New York, N. Y.; 
Community Centre, Deering, N. H. ; ad. 9 Richcell Rd., Scarsdale, 

N. Y. 

EDWARD J. FROST. 1931— 
b. Waupaka, Wis., Feb. 9, 1873. Treas. and dir. William Filene's 
Sons Co., Boston, Mass., 1906 — ; ad. Hillcrest, Auburndale, Mass. 

CHARLES ELIOT GOODSPEED. 1931—. 
b. Cotuit, Mass., May 2, 1867. Prop. Goodspeed's Bookshop, Boston, 
1898-1935; pres. Goodspeed's Bookshop, Inc., 1935 — ; ad. Shirley, 
Mass. A.M., Br. U. 1935. 

FERDINAND FRANCIS PETERSON. 1931-1939. 
See class of 1907. 

IRAD BENJAMIN HARDY. 1932-1937. 
See class of 1902. 

PAUL JUDSON MORRIS. 1932-1936. 
See class of 1916. 



22 Trustees 

♦CHARLES EDWARD RILEY. 1932-1937. 

b. Lancashire, England, Mar. 1852. Manufacturer; res. Newton, d. 
Newton, June 4, 1937. 

WALTER DOUGLAS SWAFFIELD. 1933-1942. 
See class of 1910. 

HARRY BOYD EARHART. 1934—. 
b. Worthington, Pa., Dec. 21, 1870. Pres. White Star Refining Co., 
1910-32; pres. H. B. Earhart Inc., 1927—; ad. "The Meadows," Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 

HAROLD VALDEMAR JENSEN. 1934-1938. 
See class of 1927. 
*ALBERT STEARNS KENDALL. 1935-1941. 

b. Washington, D. C, Jan. 7, 1883. H. U. 1901; M. I. T. 1907; archi- 
tect, 1909-41 ; instr. Mass. Sch. of Art, 1907-41 ; res. Newton Centre, 
Mass. d. Newton Centre, May 13, 1941. Son of H. H. Kendall, 
trustee. 

FRED DANIEL KNIGHT. 1935—. 
b. Limerick, Me., Oct. 27, 1883. U. Me. 1909; engineer; ad. 49 Syca- 
more Rd., West Hartford, Conn. 

NEWTON ALEXANDER MERRITT. 1935-1937. 
See class of 1900. 

FRANK ASHLEY DAY. 1936—. 
b. Newton, Mass., Sept. 17, 1894. H. U. 1918; memb. R. L. Day & 
Co., investment bankers, 1928 — ; ad. 170 Sargent St., Newton, Mass. 

HENRY WADSWORTH HIGHT. 1937— 
b. Winchester, Mass., Mar. 25, 1880. Banker, Boston, 1900 — ; ad. 5 
Swan Rd., Winchester, Mass. 

DONALD DEARBORN WYMAN. 1937—. 
b. North Abington, Mass., Apr. 27, 1898. W. A. 1917; pres. Bay 
State Nurseries, North Abington ; ad. 662 Adams St., North Abington. 

CHARLES SPAULDING ALDRICH. 1938—. 
b. Weathersfield, Vt., Apr. 1, 1871. Br. U. 1894; lawyer, Murphy, 
Aldrich & Guy, Troy, N. Y.; ad. 7 Collins Ave., Troy, N. Y. A.M., 
Wesleyan U. 1896; LL.D., Keuka C. 1942. 

CHARLES RAYMOND CHAPPELL. 1938—. 
See class of 1909. 

GEORGE ARTHUR CLARKE. 1938—. 
b. Nov. 10, 1887. McM. U. 1915; C. T. S. 1927; ord. Commercial Rd. 
ch., Guildlord, Surry, Eng., Aug. 28, 1918 ; Canadian army, 1916-19 ; 
chapl., 1918-19; p. Edmonton, Alberta, 1919-24; Prospect Park, Pa., 
1924-27; Emmanuel ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1927-36; 1st ch., Maiden, 
1936 — ; author, The Path to the Cross, 1941; The Purpose and the 
Hour, 1942; Decision and Destiny, 1943; ad. 28 Salem St., Maiden, 
Mass. D.D., Ac. U. 1938. 

HOWARD WARE COLE. 1938—. 
b. Marblehead, Mass., June 27, 1898. D. C. 1919; H. U. Law Sch., 
1922; lawyer, Brickley, Sears, & Co., Boston, 1922 — ; ad. 36 Washing- 
ton St., Beverly, Mass. LL.B., H. U. 1922. 

CLARENCE HILL FRANK. 1938-1939. 

b. Spring Garden, 111., Mar. 28, 1883; Ewing C. 1909; U. Chic; p. 

Wollaston, Mass., 1930 — ; ad. 81 Prospect Ave., Wollaston, Mass. 
RONALD WESTON ADAMS. 1939-1943. 

b. Swatow, China, Sept. 14, 1906. D. U. 1928; Bost. U. Med. Sch. 



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1932; phys., Newton Centre, Mass., 1937-42. Capt. U. S. Army, Nov. 
1942—. 

JOHN THEODORE APPLEBY. 1939—. 
b. Gagnotown, N. B. Founder, Johnson Appleby Co., Cambridge; 
ad. 454 Ward St., Newton Centre, Mass. 
PERCY GLADSTONE BEATTY. 1939— 
See class of 1927. 
*HAROLD LOCKE FROST. 1939-1940. 

b. Belmont, Mass., Aug. 15, 1875. Pres. Frost Insecticide Co. d. 
Arlington, May 31, 1940. 
FRANK WILLIAM PADELFORD. 1939—. 
b. Haverhill, Mass., Apr. 6, 1872. Cy. C. 1894; R. T. S. 1897; ord. 
1897; exec. sec. Bd. of Educ, N. B. C. 1912-41; author; ad. Newton 
Centre, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 1906; LL.D., D. U. 1927, McM. U. 1930. 
JAMES ALFRED PATCH. 1939—. 
b. Stoneham, Mass., Apr. 20, 1876. M. I. T. 1900; instr. Amer. Univ. 
of Beirut, 1900-02; lect., 1902-03; prof, chem., 1903-20; pharmacist, 
E. L. Patch Co., 1921 — ; ad. 38 Montvale Ave., Stoneham, Mass. 
RALPH ATHERTON SHERWOOD. 1939—. 

See class of 1906. 
HOMER CHENERY BRYANT. 1940—. 

See class of 1925. 
WALLACE FERDINAND FORGEY. 1940— 

See class of 1928. 
FREDERICK HARTWELL GREENE. 1940— 
b. Newton Centre, Mass., Nov. 3, 1893. Br. U. 1915; res. Cambridge; 
Belmont; in bus., investment and securities; ad. 130 Marsh St., Bel- 
mont, Mass. Son of Stephen Greene, trustee. 
ISAAC HIGGINBOTHAM. 1940—. 

See class of 1914. 
PHILIP WHITE DALRYMPLE. 1941—. 
b. Medford, Mass., Feb. 4, 1891. M. I. T. 1912; engineer; ad. 56 
Crescent Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 
ALTON LOMBARD MILLER. 1941—. 
b. Somerville, Mass., Apr. 10, 1890. H. U. 1911; Univ. of Turin, 
Italy, prof. H. U. 1911-13; U. Mich. 1913-17; assoc. with Charles N. 
Miller Co., 1917 — ; author, Pencils of Lines in Three Dimensional 
Space, 1916 ; ad. 25 Clinton Rd., Brookline, Mass. Ph.D., H. U. 1916. 
EGBERT CORNING PRIME. 1941—. 

See class of 1924. 
JOHN MELVIN PRIOR. 1941—. 

See class of 1929. 
FRANK MONTAGUE SWAFFIELD. 1941—. 

See class of 1912. 
HAROLD WILLIAM CURTIS. 1942—. 

See class of 1916. 
ALEXANDER HENDERSON. 1942—. 

See class of 1918. 
EVAN JOHN SHEARMAN. 1942—. 

See class of 1925. 
CLINTON CHAMBERLIN LAWRY. 1943— 
b. Friendship, Me., Dec. 13, 1892. Hebron A. 1909; Eric Pape Sch., 
Boston; advertising bus., Outdoor Advertising Inc., Boston; ad. 155 
Lincoln St., Melrose. 



FACULTY 



PRESIDENTS 

*BARNAS SEARS. 1839-1848. 
*ALVAH HOVEY. 1868-1898. 
*NATHAN EUSEBIUS WOOD. 1899-1908. 
♦GEORGE EDWIN HORR. 1908-1925. 
EVERETT CARLETON HERRICK. 1926—. 

DEAN 

VAUGHAN DABNEY. 1931—. 

DEAN OF WOMEN 

PRISCILLA HAWTHORNE FOWLE STARK. 1922-1928. 
b. Newton Centre, Mass., April 30, 1895. Vassar C. 1916 ; grad. stud. 
Radcliffe C. 1916-20, Ph.D. 1920; ref. libr., Boston Athenaeum, Mar. 
1919- Apr. 1922; advisor to women, N. T. I. 1921-22; dean of Women 
and instr. in rel. educ., 1922-28. mar. Brayton Stark, ass't prof, 
music, D. U. ; ad. Granville, O. 

PROFESSORS 

*IRAH CHASE. 1825-1845. 

b. Stratton, Vt., Oct. 5, 1793. Mid. C. 1814; A. T. S. 1817; ord. 
Danvers, Sept. 17, 1817; miss, in Va., 1817-18; in charge of School 
for Baptist Ministers at Philadelphia, Pa., 1818-22 ; trav. and stud, in 
Germany, 1823; prof, in Theol. Sch. of Col. C, 1822-25; founder of 
Courses of Study in N. T. I. and prof, of Biblical Theology, 1825-38; 
of Ecclesiastical History, 1838-45; memb. of deputation to establish 
Bapt. missions in France, 1832; lit. work, Boston, 1845-50; Newton 
Centre, 1850-64; author, d. Newton Centre, Nov. 1, 1864. D.D., 
W. C. 1830. 

*HENRY JONES RIPLEY. 1826-1860. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 28, 1798. H. U. 1816; A. T. S. 1819; ord. 
Baldwin Place ch., Boston, Nov. 7, 1819; miss. p. North Newport and 
Bryant's Neck, Ga., 1819-20, 1821-26; p. Eastport, Me., 1820-21; act. 
p. 1st ch., Newton, Mass., 1838-40; prof, of Biblical Literature and 
Pastoral Duties, N. T. I. 1826-32; of Biblical Literature, 1832-36; of 
Biblical Literature and Interpretation, 1836-39; of Sacred Rhetoric 
and Pastoral Duties, 1839-57; assoc. prof, of Biblical Literature, 
1857-60 ; lit. work, Newton Centre, 1860-65 ; tea. of f reedmen preach- 
ers, Savannah, Ga., 1865-66; librarian, N. T. I. 1866-75; author, d. 
Newton Centre, May 21, 1875. D.D., Ala. U. 1844, H. U. 1845. 

*JAMES DAVIS KNOWLES. 1832-1835. 

b. Providence, R. I., July 1798. Col. C. 1824; Theol. Sch. of Col. C. 
1824-25; ord. 2d ch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 28, 1825; p. 2d ch., Boston, 
1825-32; prof, of Pastoral Duties, N. T. 1. 1832-36; of Sacred Rhetoric 
and Pastoral Duties, 1836-38; author; ed. Rhode Island American, 
1819-20; Columbian Star, 1822-25. d. Newton Centre, May 23, 1838. 

24 



Faculty 25 

*BARNAS SEARS. 1836-1848. 
See class of 1828. 

*HORATIO BALCH HACKETT. 1839-1868. 

b. Salisbury, Mass., Dec. 27, 1808. A. C. 1830; A. T. S. 1830-31, 
1832-34; tutor in A. C, 1831-32; teacher in Mount Hope College, 
Baltimore, Md., 1834-35 ; adjunct prof, of Latin and Greek Languages 
and Literature, Br. U. 1835-38; prof, of Hebrew Literature, 1838-39; 
ord. Newton Centre, Mass., Dec. 8, 1839 ; prof, of Biblical Literature 
and Interpretation, N. T. I. 1839-68; trav. and stud, at Halle and 
Berlin (deputed by Am. Bapt. Bd. F. M. to intercede for religious 
freedom in Denmark), 1841-42; in the Orient, 1852; at Athens, 1858- 
59; lit. work and trav., 1868-70; prof, of Biblical Literature and New 
Testament Exegesis, R. T. S. 1870-75; trav. in Europe, 1875; author; 
member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences, of American 
Bible Union, of American Bible Revision Committee, d. Rochester, 
Nov. 2, 1875. D.D., U. V. M. 1845, H. U. 1861; LL.D., A. C. 1862. 

*ROBERT EVERETT PATTISON. 1848-3854. 

6. Benson, Vt., Aug. 19, 1800. A. C. 1826; tutor, Col. C. 1826-27; 
associate principal, Amherst Academy, 1827-28; prof, of Mathe- 
matics and Natural Philosophy, W. C. 1828-29; ord. Salem, Mass., 
Sept. 9, 1829; p. Salem, 1829-30; 1st ch., Providence, R. I., 1830-36, 
1840-42; pres. of W. C. 1836-39, 1854-57; p. 2d ch., St. Louis, Mo., 
1839; Home Secretary, Am. Bapt. Bd. F. M., 1842-45; pres. Western 
Bapt. T. S., Georgetown, Ky., 1845-48; prof, of Christian Theology, 
N. T. I. 1848-54; prof, of Mental and Moral Philosophy, W. C. 1857- 
58; prin., Oread Inst., Worcester, Mass., 1859-63; prof, of Theology, 
S. C. 1864-70; prof, of Theology, B. U. T. S. 1870-74; acting pres., 
U. Chic. 1871-72; author, d. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 21, 1874. D.D., 
Br. U. 1838. 

*ALVAH HOVEY. 1853-1903. 
See class of 1848. 

*ALBERT NICHOLAS ARNOLD. 1855-1857. 
See class of 1841. 

*ARTHUR SAVAGE TRAIN. 1859-1866. 

b. Framingham, Mass., Sept. 1, 1812. Br. U. 1833; tutor, Br. U. 
1834-36; ord. 1st ch., Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 20, 1836; p. 1st ch., 
Haverhill, 1836-60; prof, of Sacred Rhetoric and Pastoral Duties, 
N. T. I. 1859-66; p. Framingham, 1866-72; author, d. Framingham, 
Jan. 2, 1872. D.D., Br. U. 1855. 

*GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER. 1865-1867. 
See class of 1860. 

*GALUSHA ANDERSON. 1866-1873. 

b. Clarendon, N. Y., Mar. 7, 1854. U. R. 1854; R. T. S. 1854-56; ord. 
Janesville, Wis., Oct. 1856; p. Janesville, Oct. 1856-Sept. 1858; 2d 
ch., St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1858-July 1866 ; prof, of Sacred Rhetoric and 
Pastoral Duties, N. T. I. 1866-70; of Church Polity, Homiletics, and 
Pastoral Duties, 1870-73 ; p. Strong Place ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 
1873-Sept. 1876; 2d ch., Chicago, 111., 1876-1878; pres., U. Chic. 1878- 
85; p. 1st ch., Salem, Mass., Oct. 1885-Dec. 1886; pres. D. U. 1887-90; 
prof, of Homiletics, Church Polity and Pastoral Duties, B. U. T. S. 
1890-92, in U. Chic. 1892-1904; author, d. Wenham, Mass., July 20, 
1918. S.T.D., U. R. 1866 ; LL.D., U. R. 1885, M. U. 1885. 

*HEMAN LINCOLN. 1868-1887. 

See class of 1845. 



26 Faculty 

*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS. 1868-1893. 
See class of 1846. 

*EZRA PALMER GOULD. 1868-1882. 

See class of 1868. 
*SAMUEL LUNT CALDWELL. 1873-1878. 

See class of 1845. 

*ELISHA BENJAMIN ANDREWS. 1879-1882. 
See class of 1874. 

*JOHN MAHAN ENGLISH. 1882-1918. 
See class of 1875. 

*CHARLES RUFUS BROWN. 1883-1914. 
See class of 1879. 

*ERNEST DEWITT BURTON. 1883-1892. 

b. Granville, 0., Feb. 4, 1856. D. U. 1876; tea. in secondary schools, 
1876-79; R. T. S. 1879-82; instr. in New Testament Greek, R. T. S. 
1882-83; ord. East Ave. (now Park Ave.) ch., Rochester, June 22, 
1883; assoc. prof, of Biblical Interpretation, New Testament, N. T. I. 
1883-86; prof., 1886-92; stud. U. Leipzig, 1887; prof, and Head of 
Department of New Testament Interpretation, U. Chic. 1892-1925; 
stud. U. Berlin, 1894; Commissioner of U. Chic, for the Investigation 
of Oriental Education, 1908-09 ; Director of the University Libraries, 
1910-25 ; Chairman, China Educ. Commission, 1922-23 ; pres. U. Chic. 
1924-25; author, d. Chicago, May 26, 1925. D.D., D. U. 1897, 0. C. 
1912; S.T.D., H. U. 1920; LL.D., D U. 1924, Y. U. 1925. 

*SAMUEL SILAS CURRY. 1884-1919. 

b. Chatata, Tenn., Nov. 23, 1847; Grant U. 1872; not ord.; Bost. U. 
Sch. Theol. 1872-75; B. D. 1875; miss., Boston, Mass., 1874-79; prof, 
of Oratory, Bost. U. 1879-88; acting prof, of Elocution, N. T. I. 
1884-1919; instr. in Elocution, H. U. 1891-94; in Y. D. S. 1892-1902; 
in H. U. D. S. 1896-1902; U. T. S. 1919-21; lecturer, U. Minn. 1905; 
U. Chic. 1908; U. Wash. 1908, 1910, 1911; Teachers College, Columbia 
U. 1909; founder and pres. of School of Expression, Boston, 1885- 
1919; librarian, Bost. Art Club, 1891-1908; author; ed. Expression, 
1895-1901. d. Boston, Mass., Dec. 24, 1921. Ph.D., Bost. U. 1879; 
Litt.D., Cy. C. 1905. 

*JESSE BURGESS THOMAS. 1888-1905. 

b. Edwardsville, 111., July 29, 1832. Kenyon C. 1850; stud, law, 1850- 
52; adm. to bar, 1852; in bus., Chicago, 111., 1852-57; lawyer, Chicago, 
1857-62; ord. Waukegan, Nov. 1862; p. Waukegan, Oct. 1862- June 
1864; Pierrepont St. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., July 1864- Jan. 1868; 1st 
ch., San Francisco, Calif., Feb. -Dec. 1868; Mich. Ave. ch., Chicago, 
111., Jan. 1869- Jan. 1874; 1st ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 1874- Jan. 
1888; prof, of Church History, N. T. I. 1888-1905; prof, em., 1905- 
1915 ; author, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., June 6, 1915. D.D., U. Chic. 1866 ; 
LL.D., G. C. 1898. 

*GEORGE BULLEN. 1891-1897. 
See class of 1858. 

*RUSH RHEES. 1892-1900. 

b. Chicago, 111., Feb. 8, 1860. A. C. 1883; instr. in Mathematics, A. C. 
1883-85; Hart. T. S. 1885-88; ord. Portsmouth, N. H., Mar. 14, 1889; 
p. Portsmouth, Mar. 1889- June 1892; assoc. prof, of Biblical Inter- 
pretation, New Testament, N. T. I. 1892-94; prof., 1894-1900; pres. 
U. R. 1900-35; pres. em. 1935-39; Burbank prof, of Biblical Litera- 
ture, 1900-21; author, d. Jan. 5, 1939. LL.D., A. C. 1900, McM. U. 
1930, U. T. 1933; D.D., Colg. U. 1901. 



Faculty 27 

*NATHAN EUSEBIUS WOOD. 1899-1908. 

b. Forrestville, N. Y., June 6, 1849. U. Chic. 1872; B. U. T. S. 
1872-75; ord. Chicago, 111., Sept. 12, 1875; p. Centennial ch., Chicago, 
May 1875-May 1877; prin. of Wayland A., Beaver Dam, Wis., May 
1877-Dec. 1883; p. Mem. ch., Chicago, 111., Dec. 1883-Dec. 1886; 
Strong Place ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 1886-Mar. 1892; Brookline, 
Mass., Mar. 1892-Sept. 1894; 1st ch., Boston, Sept. 1894-Sept. 1899; 
pres. and prof, of Christian Theology, N. T. I. 1899-1908; p. 1st ch., 
Arlington, Oct. 1909-19; prof. Gor. C. 1915-33; author, d. Arlington, 
July 8, 1937. D.D., U. Chic. 1883. 

WINFRED NICHOLS DONOVAN. 1898-1942. 
See class of 1898. 

♦FREDERICK LINCOLN ANDERSON. 1900-1938. 

b. St. Louis, Mo., Apr. 14, 1862. U. Chic. 1882; asst. prof, of Latin, 
U. Chic, 1882-85; B. U. T. S. 1885-88; B. D. 1888; U. Berlin, 1904-05; 
ord. Morgan Park, Mar. 29, 1888 ; act. p. 2d ch., St. Louis, Mo., June- 
Sept. 1888; p. 2d ch., Rochester, N. Y., Nov. 1888-Aug. 1900; prof, 
of Biblical Interpretation, New Testament, N. T. I. 1900-33; prof, 
em. 1933-38 ; memb. Mass. Const. Conv., 1917-19 ; author, d. Newton 
Centre, Jan. 23, 1938. D.D., Br. U. 1904, Ac. U. 1928. Son of 
Galusha Anderson, faculty, 1866-73. 

*GEORGE EDWIN HORR. 1904-1925. 
See class of 1879. 

*HENRY KALLOCH ROWE. 1906-1941. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 30, 1869. Br. U. 1892; not ord.) tea. Colby 

A. 1893-97; Monson A. 1897-1901; Frye Sch., Boston, 1902-04; Bost. 
U. 1903-06; asst. prof, of Church History, N. T. I. 1906-13; lecturer 
on Sociology, 1911-13 ; assoc. prof, of Church History and Sociology, 
1913-18 ; prof, of Social Science and History, 1918-1933 ; prof, church 
history, 1933-41 ; author since 1925, Modern Pathfinders, 1928 ; Ter- 
centenary History of Newton, 1930 ; History of the Christian People, 
1931; History of Andover Theological Seminary, 1933; History of 
Colby Junior College, 1937. d. Holliston, Sept. 16, 1941. Ph.D., 
Bost. U. 1905; D.D., Br. U. 1932. Son of Charles H. Rowe, class of 
1861. 

*GEORGE CROSS. 1909-1912. 

b. Bewdley, Ont., Can., Sept. 21, 1862. U. of Toronto 1888; Mc.M. 
U. D. S. 1892-94; U. Chic. D. S. 1897-98; ord. Ormond, Ont., Sept. 
1888; p. Ormond, Oct. 1887-Oct. 1889; Calgary, Alta., Oct. 1889-Mar. 
1892; Carleton Place, Ont., May 1894-Dec. 1896; Aylmer, Dec. 1898- 
July 1901; prof, of History, McM. U. 1901-09 ; lecturer, U. Chic. sum. 
1908, spr. 1909, sum. 1911, 1920, 1923, 1924; Nathaniel W. Taylor, 
lecturer, Y. U. 1921; prof, of Christian Theology, N. T. I. 1909-12; 
prof, of Systematic Theology, R. T. S. 1912-29; author, d. Roches- 
ter, Jan. 19, 1929. Ph.D., U. Chic. 1900; D.D., McM. U. 1907. 

RICHARD MINER VAUGHAN. 1912-1940. 
b. Bangor, Wis., Aug. 28, 1870. Br. U. 1895; U. Chic. D. S. 1895-98; 

B. D. 1898; ord. 1st ch., Chicago, 111., July 30, 1897; p. Warren Ave. 
ch., Detroit, Mich., Oct. 1899-May 1901 ; 1st ch., Janesville, Wis., May 
1901-1908; ev. 1st ch., Berkeley, Calif., Oct. 1909-Aug. 1912; dean, 
B. B. D. S. 1908-09; instr. Pacific Sch. of Religion, 1910-12; prof, of 
Christian Theology, N. T. I. 1912-40; prof. em. 1940—; res. Babson 
Park, Fla., 1940—. D.D., Br. U. 1913. 

JAMES PERCIVAL BERKELEY. 1915—. 
See class of 1908. 



28 Faculty 

*WOODMAN BRADBURY. 1918-1935. 
See class of 1891. 

*CHARLES EDMUND NEIL. 1919-1930. 

b. ClintoD Co., 111., Oct. 12, 1871. 0. W. U. 1897; spec. stud. Leland 
Powers Sch., Boston, Mass., sum. terms 1896-98; prof, of Oratory, 
0. W. U. and D. U. 1897-98; platform work, 1898-1901; prof, of 
Oratory, D. U. 1901-03; prof, of Public Speaking, W. Va. U. 1903- 
19 ; Bost. U. 1919-30 ; acting prof. pub. speaking and reading, N. T. I. 
1919-30; author, d. Nov. 5, 1930. 

CHARLES NATHANIEL ARBUCKLE. 1920—. 
b. Newark, N. J., May 22, 1878. C. T. S. 1902; ord. 1902; assoc. p. 
Warburton Av. Ch., Yonkers, N. Y., 1902-04; Ch. of the Redeemer, 
Yonkers, 1904-19; 1st ch., Newton, 1919 — ; lect. in Religious Educa- 
tion and Preaching, N. T. 1. 1920-29 ; assoc. prof, of Preaching, 1929—; 
ad. 46 Cedar St., Newton Centre. D.D., Br. U. 1920, Cy. C. 1928. 

EVERETT CARLETON HERRICK. 1920—. 
See class of 1901. 

CHARLES MELVIN McCONNELL. 1929-1935. 
b. Indianapolis, Ind., Jan. 16, 1886. O. W. U. 1907; Bost. T. S. 1910; 
ord. dea. (Meth.) 1907; elder, 1912; p. Galena, O., 1910; Middlefield, 
1911-14; Berea, 1914; Lakeville, 1915-21; personnel sec. Bd. Home 
Miss, and Ch. Extension, 1921-26; prof, town and country church, 
Bost. T. S. 1926—; author, Rural Billion, 1932; ad. 69 Walker St.. 
Newtonville, Mass. D.D., Corn. U. 1941. 

RUSSELL CHASE TUCK. 1929—. 
See class of 1929. 

BASIL JOSEPH MATHEWS. 1931—. 
b. Oxford, Eng., Aug. 28, 1879. Oxford U. M. A. 1903; on staff, The 
Christian World, London, Eng., 1904-1910; educ. sec, London Miss. 
Soc, 1910-1919; sec. and chairman, Lit. Com., British Ministry of 
Information, 1916-18; dir. Far and Near Press Bureau, 1919-24; educ. 
sec, Lit. Dept. of World's Alliance of Y. M. C. A., Geneva, Switzer- 
land, 1924-28; prof. Christian World Relations, Bost. U. 1932—; 
Helen Barrett Montgomery prof. Christianity and World Relations, 
N. T. I. 1931 — ; released for service as deputy dir., Am. Div., Minis- 
try of Information, British Gov., 1939-40; author of more than 30 
volumes ; ad. 2 Brimmer St., Boston, Mass. 

HAROLD WASHINGTON RUOPP. 1931-1935. 
b. Upper Sandusky, O., Feb. 22, 1899. Carnegie Inst, of Tech. 1917- 
18; Wes. U. 1921; A. M. 1922; asst. prof, public speaking, Miami U. 
1922-23; Bost. T. S. 1926; Jacob Sleeper Fellow, 1926-27; ord. 
(Meth.) Ohio Conf., 1925; p. Victory ch., Dayton, O., 1927-29; 
William St. ch., Delaware, 1929; prof, art and hist, of preaching, 
Bost. T. S. 1929-39; prof, preaching, N. T. I. 1931-35; p. Cong, ch., 
Stoneham, 1935-39; Central Meth. ch., Chicago, 111., 1939--. 

*RICHARD CLARKE CABOT. 1934-1939. 

6. Brookline, Mass., May 21, 1868. H. U. 1889; M. D. 1892; instr. 
medicine, H. U. 1903-08 ; asst. prof., 1908-19 ; prof, clinical medicine, 
1919-33 ; prof, social ethics, 1920-34 ; prof, sociol. and Applied Chris- 
tianity, N. T. I. 1934-37; prof, ethics, 1937-39. d. Cambridge, May 
8, 1939. LL.D., U. R. 1930 ; D.D., Cy. C. 1938. 

THOMAS SHERRARD ROY. 1935-1936. 
See class of 1915. 



Faculty 29 

HERBERT JOHANNES GEZORK. 1939— 
b. Insterburg, Germany, June 15, 1900. Humanistic Gymnasium, 
Bartenstein; U. of Berlin; Baptist Divinity School, Hamburg, 1921- 
24; U. of Berlin 1925-28; ord. Berlin, Dec. 8, 1927; 1st Bapt. ch., 
Berlin, 1925-28; S. B. T. S. 1928-30; sec. Bapt. Youth Un. of Ger- 
many, Apr. 1931-Sept. 1934; p. Immanuel Bapt. ch., New York, N. Y., 
Sept. 1934- Apr. 1935; asst. prof., Fur. U. Sept. 1937-Sept. 1938; 
interim p. 1st ch., Clarksburg, W. Va„ Jan. 1939-July 1939; assoc. 
prof. Social Ethics, N. T. I. 1939—; asst. prof. dept. Bibl. Hist., 
Wellesley C. 1939 — ; author, Die Gottlosenbewegung, 1932; So sah ich 
Die Welt, 1933; ad. 144 Institution Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 
Ph.D., S. B. T. S. 1930; D.D., Cy. C. 1942. 

JOHN WOOLMAN BRUSH. 1940—. 
See class of 1923. 

ROBERT CLYDE YARBROTJGH. 1940—. 
b. Taylor, Tex., Feb. 10, 1907. Tex. Chr. U. 1932; U. T. S. 1932-35; 
Y. D. S., B.D. 1936; instr. in Speech, Hart. T. S. 1936-39; ord. Central 
Christ. Ch., New York City, May 15, 1938; instr. in Speech, Episc. 
T. S. 1938-40; Jones instr. Eloc. and Kindred Subjects, A. T. S. 1938- 
40; assoc. prof. Speech, N. T. I. 1940—; act. p. 2nd ch. (Cong.), West 
Newton, 1943 — ; author, poems and articles; ad. 18 Wauwinet Rd., 
West Newton, Mass. Ph.D., State U. of Iowa 1942. 

ANDOVER PROFESSORS 

Since the affiliation in 1931 

*DANTEL EVANS. 1909-1939. 

b. Aberaman, Glamorganshire, South Wales, Aug. 22, 1866. B. T. S. 
1889; B. C. 1890; ord. (Cong.), East Weymouth, Mass., May 26, 
1891; p. East Wevmouth, 1891-1899 ; grad. stud., A. T. S. 1891; North 
ch., Cambridge, 1899-1909; Abbot prof. Christ. Theol., A. T. S. 1909- 
1939; em., 1939-43; Smith prof. Biblical Theol., 1933-1939; em., 1939- 
43. d. Brunswick, Me., Apr. 24, 1943. S.T.D., B. C. 1906. 

VAUGHAN DABNEY. 1931—. 
b. Paducah, Ky., Apr. 24, 1888. Beth. C. 1909; Chic. T. S., B.D. 
1912; ord. (Disc.) Bethany, W. Va., June 1, 1909; p. Oakland, Calif., 
1914-16; Cong, ch., Durham, N. H., 1916-18; Y. M. C. A. overseas, 
1918; p. 2nd ch., Dorchester, Mass., 1920-31; Bartlet prof. Sacred 
Rhetoric and pres. of faculty, A. T. S. 1931 — ; Jones instr. Eloc. and 
Kindred Subjects, A. T. S.' 1940—; dean, A. N. T. S. 1931—; ad. 
Institution Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. A.M., Beth. C. 1910; D.D., 
Chic. T. S. 1930, Cy. C. 1935. 

AUSTIN PHILIP GUILES. 1931—. 
b. Lawrenceville, Pa., June 23, 1894. U. S. A. ambulance serv., June 
1917- June 1919; Princeton U. 1921; Columbia U., M.A. 1923; U. T. S., 
B.D. 1925; ord. (Presb.) Juneau, Alaska, July 1924; p. Skagway, Ala., 
summers 1924-25; Un. ch., Palisades, N. Y., June 1925-Sept. 1927; 
stud. Edinburgh U. 1927-28, spring of 1934; asst. in psychotherapy, 
Neuro-Endocrine Found, of Boston, 1928-30; assoc. to ministers, Old 
South ch. (Cong.), Boston, 1934 — ; dir. clinical training, A. T. S. 1931- 
33 ; assoc. prof, pastoral psychology, 1933-35 ; prof, pastoral psychol- 
ogy, 1935; Smith prof. Pastoral Psvch., 1939—; ad. 340 Chestnut St., 
West Newton, Mass. Ph.D., U. Edinburgh 1934. 

DWIGHT JACQUES BRADLEY. 1933-1938. 
b. Yankton, S. D., Dec. 16, 1889. O. C, Rollins C, W. R. C, O. C. 
1912; O. T. S., Pacific Sch. of Rel. 1915; ord. (Cong.) 1915; asst. p. 
Plymouth ch., Oakland, Calif., 1914-15; p. Highland ch., Cleveland, 



30 Faculty 

0., 1915-17; 1st ch., El Paso, Tex., 1917-20; Webster Groves, Mo., 
1920-30; 1st eh., Newton, Mass., 1930-34; Union ch., Boston, 1934-38; 
assoc. prof. Worship, A. T. S. 1933-34; Stone prof. Applied Chris- 
tianity, 1934-38; exec. dir. Council of Social Action of the Congl. 
Christian Churches in U. S. A., 1938 — ; act. dir. Christ. Commission 
for Camp Communities, 1941 — ; author, The Recovery of Religion, 
1929; Creative Worship, 1930; Fellowship of Prayer, 1932; High- 
ways of the Spirit, 1936; Adventure Eternal (with Kathryn Bradley), 
1937; The Secret Stair, 1937; By Faith, 1938; Our Times— What Has 
the Bible to Say, 1940. ad. Route 1, East Haddam, Conn. D.D., 
Pacific Sch. of Rel. 1933, Cy. C. 1933, O. C. 1935. 

AMOS NIVEN WILDER. 1933-1943. 
b. Madison, Wise, Sept. 18, 1895. O. C. 1913-1915; Am. Ambulance 
field serv., France, 1916-17; A. E. F., 1917-19; Y. U. 1920; Mansfield 
C. in Oxford U. 1921-23; Y. D. S., B. D. 1924; ord. (Cong.) New 
Haven, Conn., Feb. 1926; p. No. Conway, N. H., Sept. 1925-Aug. 
1928; assoc. prof. Ethics and Christ. Evidences, Hamilton C. 1930- 
1933; Norris prof. New Testament Interpretation, A. T. S. 1933-43; 
Taylor prof. Biblical Interpretation, 1933-43 ; Brown prof. Ecclesiasti- 
cal History, 1933-43 ; prof. New Testament, Chic. T. S. 1943—; author, 
Eschatology and Ethics in the Teaching of Jesus, 1939; Spiritual 
Aspects of the New Poetry, 1940 ; Democratic Culture in the Light of 
Modern Poetry, 1942; Healing of the Waters, 1943; ad. Chicago Theol. 
Seminary, Chicago, 111. Ph.D., Y. U. 1933; D.D., Hamilton C. 1933. 

NELS FREDRICK SOLOMON FERRE. 1936—. 
See class of 1934. 

ADDITIONAL FACULTY 

As of 1943 

This list includes instructors, lecturers and others below 
professorial rank. It has not seemed expedient to include 
the names of those in this group no longer in service 
because of their large number and the varying degrees of 
their connection with the Institution. 

DAVID RALPH MACLEAN. 1935—. 
b. Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 5, 1887. Organist and choir dir., 1st ch., 
Newton, 1913 — ; cond. Nurses choir, Newton Hospital, 1918 — ; High- 
land Glee Club, Inc., 1924 — ; Newton Symphony Orchestra, 1925 — ; 
instr. church music, N. T. I. 1935 — ; ad. 29 Orchard Ave., Waban, 
Mass. 

JOHN HUMPHREY SCAMMON. 1935—. 
See class of 1930. 

BESSIE MABEL STRATTON. 1936—. 
b. Iroquois, S. D., Oct. 15, 1897. Yankton C. 1918; A.M., Bost U. 
1923 ; dir. rel. educ. Eliot Cong, ch., Newton, Mass., 1923 — ; instr. rel. 
educ. N. T. I., 1936 — ; author, Everlasting Dream, 1943; ad. 104 
Eldredge St., Newton, Mass. 

HILDA LIBBY IVES. 1937—. 
b. Cape Elizabeth, Me., July 26, 1886. Miss Masters' Sch., Dobbs 
Ferry, N. Y., 1905; ord. (Cong.) Williston ch., Portland, Me., Nov. 26, 
1926; p. Albany, 1924-25; asst. p. Williston ch., 1925-27; p. Presump- 
scott Union Parish, 1928-30; Standish-Sebago Lake Region, 1930-36; 
rural exec. sec. Mass. Fed. of Chs., 1930-34; pres. and exec. sec. N. E. 
Town and Country Church Commission, 1936 — ; del. from North 
America to International Missionary Council, Madras, India, 1938; 



Faculty 31 

lect. rural ch., N. T. I., Jan. 1937—; ad. 154 Institution Ave., Newton 
Centre, Mass.; M.A., U. Me. 1924; D.D., Cy. C. 1940; Scroll of Honor 
in field of religion, General Federation of Women's Clubs, 1941. 
Daughter, Hon. Charles F. Libby, LL.D. mar. Apr. 25, 1906, Howard 
R. Ives. 

NEWTON ALEXANDER MERRITT. 1937—. 
See class of 1900. 

WALTER DAVID KNIGHT. 1938—. 
b. Marlboro, N. H., Sept. 4, 1891. D. C. 1914; U. T. S. 1917; ord. 
(Cong.) May 23, 1917; assoc. p. Mt. Washington (Presb.) ch., New 
York, N. Y., 1915-18; rel. work dir. East Side Y. M. C. A., 1918-20; p. 
Mt. Washington ch., 1920-37; field rep. for N. E., Presby. ch., U. S. A., 
1937—; lect. in Presby. hist, and polity, Y. D. S. 1938—; spec. lect. 
on Presby. polity, A. T. S. 1938 — ; author, The Proconsuls of Life, 
1919; The Story of Mt. Washington, 1931; Preparing Young People 
for Church Membership, 1937; ad. 45 Chapin Rd., Newton Centre, 
Mass. 

RICHARD DONALD PIERCE. 1938—. 
See class of 1938. 

JOSEPH CHANDLER ROBBINS. 1940—. 
See class of 1902. 

DE WITT GILBERT WILCOX. 1940—. 
b. Akron, O., Jan. 15, 1858. Buchtel C; Cleveland Hosp. Med. C. 
1880; stud. St. Bartholomew Hosp., London, Eng., 1882-83; New 
York Post-Grad. Sch. 1887; prof, gynecology, Bost. U. Sch. of Medi- 
cine, 1909-32; spec. lect. in hygiene, N. T. I. 1940—; author; ad. 118 
Homer St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

EMERSON FLOYD BLODGETT. 1941—. 
See Graduate Students, 1939. 

WILLIAM WALTER KEYS, II. 1941—. 
See class of 1935. 

HUGH VERNON WHITE. 1941—. 
b. Kern Co., Calif., Jan. 24, 1889. U. Calif. 1917; Pacific Sch. of 
Religion 1917; ord. (Disc.) Sacramento, Calif., Feb. 20, 1910; p. 
Orangevale and Fairview Christ, chs., 1910-14; Santa Clara and 
Irvington, 1915-17; Smith. Mem. ch., Hillsboro, N. H., 1917-19; 
Kahului ch., Maui, Hawaii, 1919-20; 1st Christ, ch., Honolulu, 1920- 
23 ; 1st Cong, ch., Stockton, Calif., 1923-31 ; lect. in logic and hist, of 
phil, C. of the Pacific 1926-31; sec. A. B. C. F. M. 1931—; lect. on 
Missions, Chic. T S. 1934; lect. Pac. Sch. of Rel. 1939; lect. phil. of 
rel., A. T. S. 1941-42; assoc. prof., 1942—; author, A Theology for 
Christian Missions, 1937; A Working Faith for the World, 1938; One 
Gospel for Mankind, 1939 ; Christian Social Action, 1937; Christianity 
Confronting War, 1939; ad. 53 Charlotte Rd., Newton Centre, Mass. 
D.D., C. of the Pacific 1931, Pac. Sch. of Rel. 1931 ; S.T.M., H. U. 1919 ; 
Ph.D., Stanford U. 1935. 

FRANK GREBE. 1942—. 
6. Springfield, 111., July 29, 1901. U. 111. 1920-22; B.R.E., Bost U. 
1926; dir. rel. educ, 2d ch. (Cong.), Newton, Mass., Oct. 1927—; sp. 
lect. rel. educ, N. T. I., 1942—; ad. 96 Fair Oaks Ave., Newtonville, 
Mass. A.M., Bost. U. 1927; M.R.E. 1931. 

RICHARD BERTRAND SMITH. 1942—. 
See class of 1932. 



32 Faculty 

LIBRARIANS 

*HENRY JONES RIPLEY. 1828-1846; 1866-1875. 

See faculty. 
*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS. 1846-1847. 

See class of 1846. 
*JAMES MUNROE SYMONDS. 1847-1848. 

See class of 1848. 
*DAVID BARNES FORD. 1848-1849. 

See class of 1848. 
*ALVAH HOVEY. 1849-1862; 1863-1866. 

See class of 1848. 
-ARTHUR SAVAGE TRAIN. 1862-1863. 

See faculty. 
*JOHN BENTON HOUSER. 1875-1884. 

See class of 1875. 
*JAMES FERDINAND MORTON. 1884-1889. 

See class of 1869. 
*CHARLES RUFUS BROWN. 1889-1897; 1900-1906. 

See faculty. 
*ERNEST DEWITT BURTON. 1889-1892. 

See faculty. 
*RUSH RHEES. 1897-1900. 

See faculty. 
*GEORGE EDWIN HORR. 1906-1907. 

See class of 1879. 
*HENRY KALLOCH ROWE. 1907-1917. 

See faculty. 
WILLIAM JACOB CLOUES. 1917-1937. 

See class of 1887. 
JOHN HUMPHREY SCAMMON. 1937—. 

See class of 1930. 

ALVA WOODS ASSISTANT LIBRARIANS 

WILLIAM BRADFORD CHILD. 1891-1893. 
^HERBERT SWEETSER MANLEY. 1893-1895. 

See class of 1893. 
CAROLINE SMITH. 1895-1911. 
WILLIAM JACOB CLOUES. 1911-1917. 

See class of 1887. 

ASSOCIATE LIBRARIANS 

JOHN HUMPHREY SCAMMON. 1936-1937. 

See class of 1930. 
RICHARD DONALD PIERCE. 1938—. 

See class of 1938. 

ASSISTANT CATALOGUER 

CARRIE EVELYN SCAMMON. 1938—. 
b. Richmond, Me., May 25, 1902. Plymouth Normal Sch. 1927; tea. 
1927-30; asst. cataloguer, A. N. T. S., 1938—; ad. 11 Nantucket Rd., 
Newton Highlands, Mass. 



REGISTERS OF STUDENTS 



THE following pages comprise biographical sketches of all 
matriculated students of the Institution from its founding 
in 1825, together with the following information insofar as it 
applies to the given individual : full name, date and place of birth, 
college, length of residence at this and other theological seminaries, 
date of ordination, public services and occupations, place and date 
of death. In the interests of economy of space, it has seemed 
expedient to omit the bibliographies which were included in the 
last edition and to indicate by the word "author" that such lists 
may be found by reference to the 12th edition of the General 
Catalogue. Books written since 1925 by alumni are as a rule 
included as are occasionally single important works of an earlier 
date. Honorary degrees are given with their source as far as 
known, except in the case of the A.M. which is not noted when the 
A.B. was also taken. 

Matriculation implies the completion of a full academic program 
for the first half year or semester ; or in special instances when a 
student in more recent years has contemplated a four year course, 
the completion of an academic year of residence with credit 
equivalent to one semester and a half has been accepted as fulfilling 
the requirements of matriculation. 

A denomination or a state or an occupation once used in a 
biographical record is in force until another is mentioned. After 
the statement of college record in each sketch the Commonwealth 
of Massachusetts is to be understood unless the contrary is stated. 
A single date after the name of a college or similar institution 
indicates the year of graduation. Unless otherwise stated ordina- 
tion and pastorates are assumed to be in the Baptist denomination. 

On the same line with the name is indicated the number of years 
during which the student was connected with the Institution. This 
is expressed in terms of years and semesters, i.e. 2.5 indicates two 
years and a half of residence. Only full half years of residence 
are indicated and every effort has been made to follow this prin- 
ciple consistently although the frequent changes in the Institution 
calendar have required some little ingenuity in calculating the 
beginning and close of semesters for any given year. Ordinarily 
a student's period of residence has been continuous but in those 
instances where residence at Newton has been interrupted by a 
year or longer, specific dates have been introduced into the sketch. 

On the same line with the name is given the fact of graduation 
or the degree received. The date of graduation or of the degree of 
B.D., S.T.M., or M.R.E. is the year under which the name appears. 
After the year 1933, students registered in Andover Theological 

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34 Registers of Students 

Seminary are listed with the Newton alumni for each class, but 
designated by a prefixed obelisk ( t ) . 

CLASSES OF STUDENTS 
Students who have been in attendance at the Institution fall 
into three groups and are so listed in the subsequent pages, viz. : 

I. Students enrolled in the undergraduate program. 

This group includes those who have pursued the regular three 
year program, and also those who because of preference or lack of 
collegiate preparation were admitted to the English Course, which 
ordinarily required two years of residence, and on the completion 
of which in the years between 1871 and 1899 a special certificate 
of graduation was granted. In the following pages classes will be 
found in chronological sequence, and under each year two alpha- 
betic lists of students : first, in capitals, those who have graduated 
from the three year program ; second, those who have credit for a 
part of the regular program together with those who have studied 
in the English Course for at least one semester. Students in the 
English Course in every case are designated by the letter (E.) 
after their name. 

II. Students enrolled for graduate study. 

This group includes those who pursued graduate studies in the 
Institution previous to the year 1909 for a period of at least one 
semester together with those who since the year 1909 have received 
the degree of Master of Sacred Theology (S.T.M.) . In the instance 
of those men who have received their B.D. from the Institution, 
the sketch is not repeated but the reader is referred to the class in 
which he received his undergraduate degree. Andover graduates 
since 1931 are indicated as in the case of those in the undergraduate 
program by a prefixed obelisk ( f ) . 

III. Students enrolled for the degree of Master of Religious 
Education (M.R.E.). 

This degree has ordinarily been granted to women and requires 
two years of study. It was first conferred in 1923 by Newton and 
is not granted by Andover. 



STUDENTS 



1826 

*ELI BURNHAM SMITH. 1. Grad. 

b. Shoreham, Vt., Apr. 16, 1803. Mid. C. 1823; A. T. S. 1823-25; 
ord. South Reading, now Wakefield, Sept. 21, 1826; p. Buffalo, N. Y., 
1826-29; Poultney, Vt., 1829-33; pres. and prof. Bib. Theol., N. H. L. 
T. L, 1833-61. d. Colchester, Vt., Jan. 5, 1861. D.D., W. C. 1849. 

*JOHN EQUALITY WESTON. 1. Grad. 

b. Amherst, N. H., Oct. 13, 1796. One of the two founders of The 
Watchman, 1819-21; Col. C. 1822-23; A. T. S. 1823-25; ord. East 
Cambridge, Oct. 10, 1827; p. East Cambridge. Mass., 1827- June 1831; 
p. el. Nashua, N. H. d. Wilmington, Mass., July 23, 1831. Married 
Mehity Bacheller, sister of Jonathan Bacheller, incorporator, 1826. 

1828 

*THOMAS WARD MERRILL. 3. Grad. 

b. Sedgwick, Me., Feb. 18, 1802. W. C. 1825 ; tea. N. L. L. S. 1. 1828- 
29; itin. miss. Mich., org. and tea. Class. Sen., Ann Arbor, 1829-31; 
ord. Detroit, Feb. 6, 1831; agt. Am. S. S. Un., 1831; miss. A. B. H. 
M. S., 1832-33; agt. Mich, and Huron Inst, later Kal. C, 1832 and 
later, d. Lansing, Apr. 8, 1878. 



*G-eorge Leonard. 1. 

b. Raynham, Mass., Aug. 17, 1802. Br. U. 1824; tut. Col. C. 1824-25; 
ord. Salem, Aug. 23, 1826; p. Salem, 1826-29; Portland, Me., 1830-31. 
d. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 11, 1831. 
*Barnas Sears. 2. 

b. Sandisfield, Mass., Nov. 19, 1802. Br. U. 1825; ord. 1st ch., Hart- 
ford, Conn., July 11, 1827; p. Hartford, 1827-29; prof. Lang., H. L. 
T. I., 1829-33; Bib. Theol., 1833-36; prof. Christ. Theol., N. T. I., May 
1836-48; pres. 1839-48; sec. Mass. Bd. Educ, 1848-55; pres. and prof. 
Mor. Phil., Br. U., 1855-67; gen. agt. Peabody Educ. fund, Staunton, 
Va., 1867-80; author of numerous books, reports and addresses; ed. 
Christian Review; cont. to Bibliotheca Sacra and American Cyclo- 
pedia, d. Saratoga, N. Y., July 6, 1880. D.D., H. U. 1841; LL.D., 
Y. C. 1862. 

*Seth Spencer Whitman. 2.5. 

b. Fairfield, Vt., Feb. 5, 1802. H. C. 1825; ord. Aug. 18, 1829; prof. 
H. L. T. I., 1829-35; p. Belvidere, 111., 1836-46; Madison, Wis., 1851- 
52. d. Madison, Jan. 2, 1852. 

1829 

*HERVEY FITTZ. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlton, Mass., Nov. 22, 1799. A. C. 1826; ord. Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 7, 1829; p. Waterville, 1829-30; Hallowell, 1830-32; Middle- 
boro, Mass., 1832-36; Thompson, Conn., 1836-39; Marblehead, Mass., 
1839-41; Millbury, 1841-43; agt. Mass. Bapt. Conv., Apr. 1843-78. 
d. Middleboro, June 10, 1878. 

*WILLIAM HAGUE. 2. Grad. 

b. Pelham, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1808. H. C. 1826; P. T. S. 1826-27; ord. 
Utica, N. Y., Oct. 20, 1829; p. 2nd ch., Utica, 1829-30; prof. Lat. and 

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36 Students — 1829 

Gr., G. C, Ky., 1830; p. 1st ch., Boston, Mass., Jan. 1831-June 1837; 
1st ch., Providence, R. I., July 1837- Aug. 1840; Federal St. ch., 
Boston, Mass., Sept. 1840-48 ; ed. Watchman and Reflector, 1846-50 ; 
p. .Jamaica Plain, 1848-50; South ch., Newark, N. J., Apr. 1850-52; 
Pearl St. ch., Albany, N. Y., 1852-aut. 1857; Lexington and Madison 
Ave. chs., New York, 1858- Aug. 1862; Charles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 
1862-64; Shawmut Ave. ch., Boston, 1865-69; Univ. PI. ch., Chicago, 
111., 1869-70; prof. Homil., B. U. T. S., 1869-70; p. Orange, N. J., 
1870-74; trav. Europe, 1874-76; p. Wollaston, Mass., 1877-87; author 
of numerous books and addresses, d. Boston, Aug. 1, 1887. D.D., 
Br. U. 1849, H. U. 1863. 

*WILLIAM WHITE HALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Methuen, Mass., Apr. 28, 1797. Br. U. 1825; ord. North Marsh- 
field, Feb. 9, 1831; p. North Marshfield; Edgartown, 1836-40; s. Mil- 
ford, N. H. ; p. Kennebunk, Me.; Barre, Mass.; Pittsburg, Pa.; 
Gloucester, Mass.; East Haverhill; Hardwick; Peterboro, N. H.; 
Hillsboro; Heath, Mass., and Rowe; miss. N. H., Mass., and Kans. 
d. Patchogue, L. I., Nov. 28, 1884. 

*BENJAMIN CLIFFORD WADE. 2. Grad. 

b. Rehoboth, Mass., Sept. 8, 1800. Br. U. 1825; ord. Woburn, Dec. 
10, 1829; p. Woburn, 1829-34; tea. Hartford, Conn., 1835-57. d. 
Hartford, July 12, 1857. 



*Jonathan Aldrich. 1. 

b. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Sept. 14, 1799. Br. U. 1826; ord. West Ded- 
ham, Jan. 1828; p. West Dedham, 1828-30; Beverly, 1830-32; East 
Cambridge, 1832-34; Worcester, 1834-37; Newburyport, 1838-40; 
Baltimore, Md.; Framingham, Mass., 1846-50; Middleboro, 1850-53; 
dist. sec. A. B. M. U. 1853-62. d. Worcester, Mass., Jan. 17, 1862. 

*Harvey Ball. 1. 

b. Essex Co., near Scotch Plains, N. J., Oct, 7, 1800. Col. C. 1826; 
act. p. South Boston, 1827-28; ord. Hingham, Sept. 20, 1829; p. 
Hingham, 1828-30; prin. prep. dept. N. T. I., 1830-32; tea. S. R. A., 
1832-33; prin. C. L. I., 1833-35; tea. Albion, N. Y., 1835-36; Clyde 
High Sch., Wayne Co., 1837-38; fern, sch., Paris, Tenn., 1838-39; 
Cent. A., Rutherford Co., 1840-43 ; Owensboro, Ky. ; Henderson High 
Sch., 1844-46; Paducah Fern. S., McCracken Co., 1846-50; Covington, 
prep. dept. Theol. I., 1850-51; Brownsville Fern. Inst., Haywood Co., 
Tenn., 1851-54; Paris Fern. S., 1855; tea. Haywood Co., 1856-59; 
Mayfield, 1860-61; Paducah; Henderson, 1862-65; p. and s. for brief 
periods; w. c. Albion, N. Y., 1866-88. d. Albion, June 18, 1888. 

*Calvin Newton. 2. 

b. Southboro, Mass., Nov. 25, 1800. Br. U., U. C. 1826; ord. Belling- 
ham, Oct. 22, 1828; p. Bellingham, 1828-31; prof. Rhet. and Heb, 
Lang., W. C, 1831-38; prof. Theol. I., Thomaston, Me., 1838-41; p. 
Grafton, Mass., 1841-44; phys. Worcester, d. Worcester, Aug. 9, 
1853. 

*John Woodbury. 3. (E.) 

b. Beverly, Mass., Jan. 9, 1803. p. Northboro, 1829-31; Mason Vil- 
lage, N. H., 1831-34; Swanzey, 1834-37; South Lyndeboro, 1837-38; 
Troy, 1839-44; Templeton, Mass., 1844-47; w. c. Lynn, 1857. d. 
Hastings, Minn., Aug. 27, 1858. 

1830 

*JEREMIAH HALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Swanzey, N. H., May 21, 1805. Brattleboro A.; ord. Feb. 3, 1831; 
p. Fairfax, Vt. and Westford, 1831-32; Bennington, 1832-34; Kala- 



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mazoo, Mich., 1835-43; Akron, 0., 1843-45; prin. Norwalk Inst., 0., 
1845-51; p. Granville, 1851-53; pres. D. U. 1853-63; p. Shell Rock, 
la. d. Port Huron, Mich., May 30, 1881. D.D., S. C. 1854. 

*JOSIAH SPRY LAW. 3. Grad. 

&. Sunburv, Ga., Feb. 5, 1808. ord. Dec. 1830; p. Sunbury, Jan. 
1831-Oct. 1832; Macon, Oct. 1832-spg. 1833; Sunbury, spg. 1833-35; 
Savannah, 1835-36; Sunbury, 1836-40; North Newport, 1840-?; South 
Newport, d. Oct. 5, 1853. " 

*APPLETON MORSE. 3. Grad. 

b. Hopkinton, Mass., Mar. 7, 1805. Br. U. 1824-25. ; ord. Westmins- 
ter, Oct. 20, 1830; p. Princeton, 1830-33; Fitchburg, 1833-35, 1837- 
38; s. West Cambridge, 1835-37. d. Fitchburg, Oct. 24, 1838. 

♦FREDERICK AUGUSTUS WILLARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Lancaster, Mass., Mar. 4, 1807. A. C. 1826; lect. on Chem., Vt. 
Med. Sch. and W. C, 1830-31; ord. Worcester, Mass., Jan. 17, 1832; 
p. Worcester, 1832-35; Newton Centre, 1835-39; Louisville, Ky., 1839- 
43; South Danvers, Mass., 1851-54; South Abington, 1854-56; Need- 
ham, 1856-65. d. Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 17, 1866. 



*Elijah Baker. 2.5. 

b. Fishersfield, now Newbury, N. H., Apr. 1, 1800. W. C. 1826-27. 
d. Newbury, N. H. 

♦Joseph Freeman. 1. 

b. Coleraine, Mass., Sept. 1, 1802. Beth. C; ord. Ludlow, Vt., June 
11,1826; p. Ludlow; Concord, N. H., 1831-32; Cavendish, Vt., 1832- 
36; Saxton's River, 1836-40; Newport, N. H., 1843-46; New Hamp- 
ton, 1846; Cavendish, Vt., 1850-51; Ballston Spa, N. Y., 1852-54; 
Vergennes, Vt., 1869-70; San Francisco, Cal., 1872-74; Newport, Vt. 
and Whiting, 1884; s. North Elba, N. Y., sum. 1886; p. Colchester, 
Vt., Jan.-Oct. 1887; Charlotte, Oct. 1887-Oct. 1888; Shaftsbury, 5 
mos. in 1890 ; Addison, 1891-92. d. Proctorsville, Nov. 4, 1894. D.D., 
M. U. 1868. 

♦John Taylor Jones. 1. 

b. New Ipswich, N. H., July 16, 1802. A. C. 1825; A. T. S. 1827-29 
(N. T. I. 1829-30) ; ord. Boston, July 28, 1830; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Burma and Siam, 1830-51. d. Bangkok, Siam, Sept. 13, 1851. D.D., 
Col. C. 1850. 

*Francis Mason. 2.5. 

b. York, Eng., Apr. 2, 1799. ord. Boston, May 23, 1830; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Burma, 1830-74; author of several books regarding Burma. 
d. Rangoon, Mar. 3, 1874. A.M., W. C. 1832; D.D., Br. U. 1853. 

1831 

*HIRAM GEAR. 3. Grad. 

b. Middletown, Conn., May 6, 1804. ord. Canton, Apr. 11, 1832; 
p. Canton, 1831-32; miss, in O., 1832-43. d. Marietta, Feb. 20, 1843. 

♦BYREM LAWRENCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Monkton, Vt., July 2, 1802. U. V. M. 1827; ord. Roxbury, Mar. 
20, 1832 ; p. Indianapolis, Ind. ; tea. Wilmington and Rising Sun. d. 
Brazil, Oct. 13, 1854. 

♦THOMAS SIMONS. 3. Grad. 

b. Wales, July 15, 1801. ord. Augusta, Ga., Dec. 18, 1831; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Burma, 1832-76. d. Prome, Burma, Feb. 19, 1876. 

♦TIMOTHY CHEEVER TINGLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Cumberland, R. I., July 4, 1804. Br. U. 1827-30. ord. Foxboro, 



38 Students — 1831 

July 14, 1831; p. Foxboro, 1831-37; Boston, 1837-38; West Cam- 
bridge, 1838-45; Canton, 1845-58; Sheldonville, 1848-51; West Boyl- 
ston, 1851-54; Holden, 1854-57; Scituate, 1857-63; Somerset, 1863- 
69 ; Coventry, R. I., 1869-76 ; Raynham, Mass., 1877-83. d. Raynham, 
Apr. 2, 1883. 



*Joel Smith Bacon. 1. 

b. Cayuga Co., N. Y., Sept. 3, 1802. H. C. 1826 ; tea. Amelia Co., Va., 
1 yr. ; prin. class, sch., Princeton, N. J.; pres. G. C. 1830-33; prof. 
Mor. and Ment. Phil., H. L. T. I., 1833-37; p. Lynn, Mass., 1837-39; 
pres. Col. C, 1843-54; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 1866-69. d. Richmond, Va., 
Nov. 9, 1869. D.D., H. C. 1845. 

Timothy Robinson Cressy. 2. 

b. Pomfret, Conn., Sept. 18, 1800. A. C. 1828; ord. Hingham, June 
5, 1830; p. Hingham, 1830-34; South Boston, 1834-35; Columbus, O., 
1835-42; Cincinnati, 1842-44; agt. A. F. B., Soc, 1844-46; p. Indi- 
anapolis, Ind., 1846-52; St. Paul, Minn., 1852-54; miss. A. B. H. M. 
Soc, Minn.; p. Hastings, 1859-61; chapl. U. S. Army, 1861-63; p. 
Kendallville, Ind., 1864-66; Plainfield, 111., 1866-67; Olney, 1867-68; 
Indianola, la., 1868-70. d. Des Moines, Aug. 30, 1870. 

*George Kalloch. 1. (E.) 

b. Warren, Me., Jan. 1, 1799. W. C; ord. Chester, N. H., Sept. 10, 
1829; miss. A. B. M. U., Pottawatomie Indians, 1831. d. Charles- 
town, Mass., Nov. 16, 1831. 

*John Pratt. 2. 

b. Thompson, Conn., Oct. 12, 1800. Br. U. 1827; (N. T. I. 20 mos. in 
1827-31); tut. Lang., T. U., 1828-29; ord. New Haven, Conn., May 
12, 1830; p. New Haven, 1829-30; prin. S. R. A. 1830-31; pres. Gr. C. 
1831-37; prof, theol. 1835-37, prof. Lat. and Gr. 1837-59; far. Gran- 
ville, O., 1859-82. d. Granville, Jan. 4, 1882. D.D., D. U. 1878. 

*John Pryor. 2. 

b. Halifax, N. S., July 7, 1805. K. C. 1824; Christ Ch. C, Oxford; 
ord. Providence, R. I., May 16, 1830; prin. Hort. A., Wolfville, N. S., 
1830-39; prof. Class, and Nat. Phil., Ac. C, 1838-47; pres. and prof. 
Theol., 1847-50; assoc. p. Wolfville, N. S. 1831-50; p. Cambridge, 
Mass., 1850-62; prof. Belles Lettres, Ac. C, 1862-63; p. Granville St. 
Ch., Halifax, N. S., 1863-67; res. East Cambridge, Mass., 1868-81; 
s. Randolph, 1868-69; Lexington, 1869-80; w. c Halifax, N. S., 1881- 
92. d. Halifax, Aug. 16, 1892. D.D., Ac. C. 1848. 

1832 

*DAVID C. BOLLES. 3. Grad. 

b. Brooklyn, Conn., Feb. 2, 1793. ord.; p. Southbridge, Mass., 1833- 
35 ; Granville, O. ; Athens ; Jackson, d. Jackson, Apr. 20, 1840. 

*HENRY CARR. 3. Grad. 

b. Moorfields, Va. U. C. 1829; ord. Newton, Sept. 20, 1832; p. Gran- 
ville, O.; Akron; sec. Ohio Educ. Soc; agt. Gr. C. d. Granville, July 
29, 1864. 

♦STEPHEN PRESCOTT HILL. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., Apr. 17, 1806. Br. U. 1829 ; ord. Haverhill, Oct. 2, 
1832; p. 1st ch., Haverhill, 1832-34; 1st ch., Baltimore, Md., 1834-51; 
1st ch., Washington, D. C, 1851-61. d. Washington, Sept. 15, 1884. 
D.D., M. U. 1857. 

♦JOHN SHARP MAGINNIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Butler Co., Pa., June 13, 1805. Br. U. 1828-30; W. C. 1832 
(hon.) ; ord. Portland, Me., Oct. 1832; p. 1st eh., Portland, 1832-37; 



Students — 1833 39 

Pine St. ch., Providence, R. I., 1837; prof. Bib. Theol., H. L. T. L, 
1838-50; Bib. and Past. Theol., R. T. S., 1850-52; Intel, and Mor. 
Phil., U. R. 1850-52. d. Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 15, 1852. D.D., Br. U. 
1844. 

*ARCHAR BENJAMIN SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Georgetown, S. C, May 15, 1807. Br. U. 1828; ord. Newton, Sept. 
20, 1832; miss. St. Louis, Mo., 1833; p. Lynchburg, Va., 1834-41; agt. 
gen. Assoc, Va., p. Richmond ; Hanover Co. ; Goochland Co. ; Auburn 
Mills, Hanover Co.. d. Quietude, Hanover Co., Dec. 5, 1877. 

*Nathan Brown. 1. (E.) 

b. New Ipswich, N. H., June 22, 1807. Wms. C. 1827; tea. 1827-31; 
ord. Rutland, Vt., Apr. 15, 1832; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma and Assam, 
1832-59 ; ed. work and agt. Free Miss. Soc. ; miss. A. B. M. U., Japan, 
1872-86; author of numerous hymns in English, Burmese, Assamese, 
and Japanese ; trans. New Testament into Assamese, 1848 ; into Japa- 
nese, 1879. d. Yokohama, Jan. 1, 1886. D.D., Wms. C. 1854. 

♦William Heath. 2. 

b. Newport, N. H., Mar. 9, 1797. D. C. 1826; tut. Col. C. 1826-27; 
ord. South Reading, now Wakefield, July 1, 1835; prin. S. R. A., 
1834-?; prof. N. H. L. T. I.; p. North Reading, 1837-41; Shelburne 
Falls, 1842-44; in bus. and occ. s. d. Wakefield, Jan. 17, 1869. 

1833 

*MARK CARPENTER. 3. Grad. 

b. Guilford, Vt., Sept. 23, 1802. A. C. 1826-29; U. C. 1830; ord. 
Milford, N. H., Feb. 12, 1834; p. Milford, 1834-39; Keene, 1839-44; 
New London, 1844-50; Holyoke, Mass., 1851-61; Brattleboro, Vt., 
1861-67; West Dummerston, 1867-69; South Windham, 1869-74; w. c. 
Townshend, 1874-82. d. Townshend, Nov. 13, 1882. 

*ASAHEL CHAPIN. 3. Grad. 

b. West Springfield, Mass., July 20, 1804. A. C. 1829; ord. Ashta- 
bula, O., Feb. 13, 1834; p. Ashtabula, 1834-35; Buffalo, N. Y., 1836- 
37; Jamestown, 1837-43; Tariffville, Conn., 1846-47; 2d ch., West 
Springfield, Mass., 1847-49; 2d ch., Holyoke, 1849-52; Galena, 111., 
1852-56; Vinton, la., 1856-63; Dubusque, July, 1863-70; w. c, Sterl- 
ing, Kans., 1872-79; Reno Co. d. Freeport, 111., Oct. 3, 1892. 

*JOHN B. COOK. 3. Grad. 

b. Newark, N. J., Dec. 18, 1804. ord. Northfield, N. J., 1836; p. Cin- 
cinnati, O.; Covington, Ky.; Middletown, Conn.; w. c. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., for many yrs. d. Brooklyn, Oct. 1888. 

*DAVID W. ELMORE. 3. Grad. 

b. Nassau, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1800. U. C. 1823; ord. Sand Lake, N. Y., 
Sept. 18, 1829; p. Sand Lake, 1829-?; miss, and org. many chs. in 
111., 1836-54; res. St. Charles, d. St. Charles, July 29, 1854. 

*BENJAMIN HERBERT HATHORNE. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., Apr. 10, 1811. Br. U. 1830; ord. Harvard, Dec. 11, 
1833; p. Harvard, d. Lynn, Sept. 1837. 

♦NATHANIEL PLUMER HERVEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Apr. 18, 1808. S. R. A.; ord. Sept. 1833; p. 
Meriden, Conn. ; Marblehead, Mass., 1836 ; East Cambridge, 1837-40 ; 
Andover, 1840-41; Jamaica Plain, 1841-42; Westboro, 1852-53. d. 
Worcester, Dec. 11, 1856. 

♦JOSEPH HODGES. 3. Grad. 

b. Norton, Mass., May 19, 1806. W. C. 1830; ord. Weston, 1835; 



40 Students — 1833 

p. Weston, 1835-40; Amherst, 1840-41; Colerain, 1841-43; Three 
Rivers, in Palmer, 1843-47; East Brookfield, 1847-52; North Oxford, 
1852-55; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 1855-61. d. Cambridge, Mass., Aug. 23, 
1863. 

*JOHN HOLBROOK. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, Mass., 1799. S. R. A.; ord. Wethersneld, Conn., Feb. 
1834; p. Belchertown, Mass.; Scituate; Brentwood, N. H., 1839-40; 
North Reading, Mass., 1842-43; Middleboro, 1844-45; Norton, 1846- 
48, and other churches, d. Somerville, Aug. 13, 1879. 

*ROLLIN HEBER NEALE. 3. Grad. 

b. Southington, Conn., Feb. 23, 1808. ord. Washington, D. C, May 
24, 1827; Col. C. 1829; p. South Boston, 1832-34; 1st ch., New Haven, 
Conn., 1834-37; 1st ch., Boston, Mass., 1837-79; author, d. Boston, 
Sept. 18, 1879. D.D., Br. U. 1850, H. U. 1857. 

*SAMUEL BUDD SWAIM. 3. Grad. 

b. Pemberton, N. J., June 22, 1809. Col. C. ; Br. U. 1830 ; ord. Haver- 
hill, Nov. 7, 1833; pr. New Eng. and N. Y., 1833-38; prof. Mor. Phil, 
and Theol v Granville Lit. and Theol. I., 1835-36 ; act. p. Granville ; s. 
1st ch., Worcester, Mass., 1838-39; p. Mar. 1839-May 1854; West 
Cambridge, 1854-62; New Eng. Sec. A. B. H. M. S., 1862; pr. Lexing- 
ton, Mass., 1864; compiler, Sacred Melodies, 1843. d. Cambridge, 
Feb. 3, 1865. D.D., Br. U. 1857. 

*ISAAC MASON WILLMARTH. 4. Grad. 

b. Deerfield, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1804; H. C. 1825; prin. sch. for boys, 
Utica, and tea. Cazenovia S. 1825-30; res. lie, N. T. I. 1833-34; ord. 
New York, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1834; miss. A.B.M.U., France, 1834-37; p. 
Peterboro, N. H., 1838-40; New Ipswich, 1840-42; Drewsville, Wal- 
pole, 1842-46; Grafton, Vt., 1846-48; prin. A., Saxtons River, 1849-50; 
Winchendon, Mass., 1850-53; Fowler Inst., Newark, 111., 1858-61; 
Metamora A. 1861-63; p. Pondville, Vt., 1864-67; Rowe, Mass., 1867- 
70 ; prin. A., Pemberton, N. J., 1870-71 ; tea. priv. Lad. Sch., Mt. Holly, 
N. J., 1871-78 ; w. c. Philadelphia, Pa. d. Philadelphia, Apr. 23, 1891. 



*Frederick W. Miles. 2. 

b. Maugerville, N. B. 1805. K. C. 1823; ord. St. John, N. B., 1829; 
p. St. John ; p. and prin. S., Fredericton, N. B., 1833-42. d. Frederic- 
ton, Feb. 2, 1842. 

*Erastus Willard. 2. 

b. Lancaster, Mass., July 4, 1800. W. C. 1829 ; ord. Grafton, Vt., Oct. 
30, 1833; p. Grafton, 1833-34; miss. A. B. M. U., France, 1835-56; to 
the Ottawa Indians, Kans., 1857-59 ; p. South Hampton, N. H., 1863- 
64; 1st ch., Salem, N. Y., 1865-71. d. Newport, R. I., Dec. 29, 1871. 

*Calvin Wright. 1. (E.) 

b. Ashby, Mass., 1804. Went South in ill health, d. Augusta, Ga., 
Jan. 22, 1832. 

1834 

*EBER CRANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Killingworth, Conn., May 3, 1808. S. R. A. and N. T. I. prep, 
dept. ; ord. Amesbury, Sept. 30, 1834; p. Amesbury, 1834-35; Akron, 
O., and Middlebury, 1836-37; McConnellsville; Brookfield, 1842; 
Marietta; Garrettsville ; miss. Mt. Pleasant, la., d. Mt. Pleasant, 
Apr. 4, 1884. 

♦WILLIAM GOSS CROCKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Feb. 10, 1805; ord. Newburyport, Sept. 25, 



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1834; miss. A. B. M. U., West Africa, 1834-44. d. Monrovia, Feb. 23, 
1844. 

*ELIJAH HUTCHINSON 3. Grad. 

b. Marion, N. Y., June 7, 1810. N. H. L. T. L; ord. Windsor, Vt., 
Nov. 5, 1834; p. Windsor, 1834-61. d. Windsor, Apr. 5, 1872. 

*JOHN JENNINGS. 3. Grad. 

b. Danbury, Conn., Dec. 8, 1808. ord. Beverly, Sept. 10, 1834; p. 
Beverly, 1834-36; Grafton, 1836-42; Worcester, 1842-49; Fitchburg, 
1851-55; agt. A. T. Soc, 1855-59; p. Woonsocket, R. I., 1859-62; 
Westfield, Mass., 1862-69; w. c. Auburndale, 1869-71. d. Auburn- 
dale, May 26, 1871. 

*THOMAS OLIVER LINCOLN. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 4, 1808. Y. C. 1828; ord. Kennebunk, Me., 
Dec. 10, 1834; p. Kennebunk; Portland; Philadelphia, Pa.; Mt. Holly, 
N. J.; Manchester, N. H., 1846-49; Utica, N. Y.; Elmira, Williams- 
port, Pa. ; Roadstown, N. J. d. Bridgeton, N. H., Jan. 20, 1877. Son 
of Ensign Lincoln, trustee. 

*RUFUS ALLEN LOCKWOOD. 3. Grad. 

b. Stamford, Conn., Nov. 13, 1804. Y. C. 1831; not ord.) miss, in 
Ala. d. Tenn., May 25, 1836. 

*JOSEPH TINSLEY MASSEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Spottsylvania, Va., June 4, 1808. S. R. A. ; ord. Bellingham, Sept. 
10, 1834; p. Bellingham, 1834-Feb. 1840; miss, and p. Lynchburg, Va., 
1840-41; p. Ketockton and miss. Va., 1841-47; p. Bellingham, Mass., 
1847-80; held several town off.; p. Mount Shiloh, Va., 1880-86; Ash 
Lawn, 1886-91. d. Ash Lawn, Feb. 19, 1891. 

*WILLIAM FRANCIS NELSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Sing Sing, N. Y., March 29, 1808. A. C. 1829 (N. T. I. 1829-30; 
1832-34) ; ord. Boston, Nov. 9, 1834; prof. R. C. 1834-38; prof. West. 
Bapt. Theol. I., Covington, Ky., 1842-46; p. St. Louis, Mo., 1845-46; 
Cape Giradeau, 1846-49; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 1850-51; Greenfield, 
Mass., 1851-55; Wickford, R. I., 1855-58; p. Jacksonville, 111., 1861- 
62; hosp. chapl. U. S. Army, 1861-65; elk. P. O. Dept., Washington, 
D. C, 1865-75. d. Washington, Mar. 11, 1875. 

*JEDIDIAH WARREN SARGENT. 3. Grad. 

b. Methuen, Mass., May 3, 1805. S. R. A.; ord. Jan. 1835; p. Bille- 
rica, 1835-37; Freeport, Me., 1837-39. d. New England Village, 
Grafton, Mass., May 21, 1848. 

*WILLIAM G. TRASK. 3. Grad. 

b. Plymouth, Mass., June 14, 1808. S. R. A.; N. T. I. prep, dept.; 
ord. Taunton, Aug. 27, 1834; p. Taunton, 1834-36. d. Taunton, Oct. 
10, 1836. 



*John Alden. 2. Grad. 

b. Ashfield, Mass., Jan. 10, 1806. A. C. 1831; ord. Shelburne Falls, 
Oct. 10, 1833; p. Shelburne Falls, Apr. 1833-40; North Adams, Apr. 
1840-46; Fayville, 1846-48; Westfield, 1848-53; Windsor, Vt., 1853- 
55; agt. A. B. M. U., 1855-56; A. F. B. Soc, 1856-66; R. I. State 
Conv., 1866-68; author; w. c. Providence, R. I., 1868-94. d. Provi- 
dence, Mar. 13, 1894. 

*Lucius Stillman Bolles. 2. 

b. Salem, Mass., July 6, 1808. Br. U. 1828 ; ord. Lynn, Nov. 20, 1833 ; 
p. Lynn, 1833-36. d. Boston, July 24, 1837. M.D., H. U. 1831. Son 
of Rev. Lucius Bolles, trustee. 



42 Students — 1834 

*James Osgood. 2. 

b. Methuen, Mass., Feb. 12, 1800. D.C.; health failed; stud, med.; 
res. Boston; New York, N. Y.; Galena, 111.; De Soto, Wis. d. De 
Soto, Mar. 14, 1859. 

*Dura Durand Pratt. 1. 

b. Marlboro, Vt., July 13, 1806. S. R. A.; ord. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 
23, 1833; p. Nashua, 1833-55. d. Nashua, Nov. 13, 1855. 

*George Washington Read. 3. 

b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 12, 1810. H. U.; not ord.; tea. Friends Sch., 
Providence, R. I., 1834-36; Salem, Mass., Soc. of Friends, 1836-67. 
d. Salem, 1867. Changed name to George Fox Read. 

*Joseph Smith. 2. 

6. Hampstead, N. H., Jan. 31, 1808. N. H. L. T. I.; ord. Sept. 27, 
1837; p. Woonsocket, R. I., 1837-41; Newport, 1841-50; Grafton, 
Mass., 1851-57; w. c. Worcester, 1857-60; p. North Oxford, 1861-66. 
d. North Oxford, Apr. 26, 1866. 

*Abner Webb. 1. 

b. Floyd, N. Y., Feb. 29, 1804. H. L. T. T. 4 years; ord. Watertown, 
N. Y., about Sept. 1, 1832; miss. A. B. M. U., Rangoon, Burma, 1832- 
35; Ava, 1835-38; p. Belleville, N. Y., 1839-41; Washington, D. C, 
1841-43; tea. Watertown, N. Y., 1847-48; s. Bloomingdale, Mich. 1860- 
63; w. c. East Oakland, Calif., 1880-91. d. East Oakland, Feb. 12, 
1891. 

1835 

*JOSEPH BANVARD. 4. Grad. 

b. New York, N. Y., May 9, 1810. S. R. A.; ord. Salem, Aug. 26, 
1835; p. Cent, ch., Salem, 1835-45; Harvard St. ch., Boston, Mar. 
1846-Sept. 1851; West Cambridge, Sept. 1851-Sept. 1853; Cannon 
St., New York, N. Y., Sept. 1853-Sept. 1856; Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 
1856-61; 3d ch. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 1861-Sept. 1866; Patterson, 
N. J., Sept. 1866-Sept. 1875; Neponset Ave., ch., Boston, Mass., Sept. 
1875-Sept. 1883 ; Independence, Mo., Sept. 1884-86 ; author numerous 
religious and secular volumes; many press articles, d. Neponset, 
Mass., Sept. 28, 1887. D.D. 

*SAMTJEL WHITE CLARK. 3. Grad. 

b. Berlin, Conn., Jan. 25, 1810. A. C. 1825-28; Y. C. 1831; tea. 
Tolland, Conn., 1831-32 ; ord. Newington, Conn., 1836 ; tea. Wyoming, 
N. Y., 1835-38 ; tea. and pr. near Montgomery, Ala., 1840 ; tea. Frank- 
lin Mills, now Kent, O., 1841-44?; priv. tut. in Kent and vie. 1844-?; 
s. at many chs.; res. Kent, 1840-83?; Coffeyville, Kans., 1883-1901. 
d. Coffeyville, Aug. 23, 1901. 

*LEWIS COLBY. 3. Grad. 

b. Bowdoinham, Me., Aug. 19, 1808. H. U. 1832; ord. Cambridge- 
port, Mass., Sept. 20, 1835; prof, theol. dept., S. C. 1835-38; p. South 
Berwick, Me., 1838-Feb. 1842; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., Feb. 1842- 
May 1844; Bapt. bookstore, New York, N. Y., 1844-58; w. c. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1858-65; agt. for Freedmen and for Benedict Inst., 
Columbia, S. C, 1865-75; prin. Benedict Inst., 1876-78. d. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., Jan. 6, 1888. Brother of Gardner Colby, trustee, 
1843-79. 

*JOSEPH WARREN EATON. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., July 20, 1811. H. U. 1832; ord. Lowell, Feb. 24, 
1836; p. Lowell, 1836-Feb. 1837; s. Brooklyn, N. Y.; p. Bridgeport, 
Conn., July 1837-aut. 1840; Springfield, Mass., aut. 1840-spg. 1843; 
Danversport, spg. 1843- Apr. 1851; Keeseville, N. Y., Apr. 1851- June 



Students — 1835 43 

1855; pr. Iowa and the West, 1855-58; agt. A. B. M. XL, Chicago, 111., 
aut. 1858-spg. 1862; w. c. Cambridgeport, Mass., 1862-69. d. Cam- 
bridgeport, Nov. 30, 1869. 

*ALVAN FELCH. 3. Grad. 

b. Limerick, Me., Mar. 28, 1806. Limerick A.; ord. New Gloucester, 
Me., Mar. 1836; p. New Gloucester, 1836-43; Thomaston, 1844-46; 
Bowdoinham, 1847-54; Hallowell, 1854-61. d. Hallowell, July 29, 
1861. 

♦JOHN BAYLEY HAGUE. 3. Grad. 

b. New Rochelle, N. Y., Nov. 13, 1812. H. C. 1832; ord. Eastport, 
Me., Sept. 20, 1835; p. Eastport, 1835-44; tea. Jamaica Plain, Mass., 
1844-47; Newton Centre, 1847-50; Hudson, N. Y., 1851-70; Hacken- 
sack, N. J., 1870-98; author, d. Hackensack, Nov. 17, 1898. Ph.D., 
H. C. 1887. 

♦RUSSELL JENNINGS. 3. Grad. 

b. Weston, now Easton, Conn., Feb. 22, 1900. H. L. T. I. 1825-27; 
ord. 1827; miss. Conn.; p. Saybrook, 1829-31; 1st ch., Meriden, 1831- 
32; p. Waterbury, Conn., 1836-39; Norwich, 1839-40; Deep River, 
1840-43; in bus. Deep River, 1843-88. d. Deep River, Mar. 8, 1888. 

♦CHARLES JOHNSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, Mass., May 27, 1806. ord. Topsham, Me., May 27, 1835; 
p. Topsham, 1835-36. d. Topsham, Feb. 29, 1836. 

JOSHUA MILLET. 3. Grad. 
b. Leeds, Me., Jan. 26, 1803. W. C. ; ord. Charleston, Me., Jan. 6, 
1836; p. Charleston, 1836-38; Cherryfield, 1838-43; Wayne, 1843-48; 
author, d. Wayne, Mar. 10, 1848. 

♦JOHN GEORGE NAYLOR. 3. Grad. 

b. Spalding, Eng., 1800. ord. Portsmouth, N. H., Aug. 17, 1836; p. 
Portsmouth, 1836-Aug. 1839; 3d ch., Lowell, Mass. d. New York, 
N. Y., Nov. 7, 1848. 

♦DAVID NEWTON SHELDON. 3. Grad. 

b. Suffield, Conn., June 26, 1807. Wms. C. 1830; ord. 1835; miss. 
A. B. M. U., France, 1835-39; p. Halifax, N. S., 1839-41; Waterville, 
Me., 1842-43; pres. W. C. 1843-52; p. Elm St. ch., Bath, Me., 1852-55; 
Unit, ch., Waterville; w. c. Waterville. d. Waterville, Oct. 4, 1889. 
D.D., Br. U. 1847. 

♦FRANCIS FRELINGHUYSEN SIEG. 3. Grad. 

b. Baltimore, Md., Mar. 15, 1806. T. U. 1832; ord. Cheneyville, La., 
1835; tea. and pr. in La., S. C, Miss., and Ga. ; Americus, Ga., 1849- 
56 ; w. c. Americus, 1856-89. d. Americus, July 21, 1889. 

♦CORNELIUS ARNOLD THOMAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Braintree, Mass., Aug. 25, 1800. W. C. 1832; ord. Brandon, Vt., 
Oct. 7, 1835; p. Brandon, 1835-75; w. c. Brandon, d. Brandon, Mar. 
6, 1889. D.D., Mid. C. 1854. 



♦James Bishop. 2. 

b. Pawtucket, R. I., Dec. 19, 1790. Br. U. 1827; not ord.; far. Paw- 
tucket, R. I., d. Pawtucket, Aug. 23, 1880. 

♦Harrison W. Strong. 2. 

b. Onondaga, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1807. N. T. I. 1831-32, 1833-34; ord. 
Wilton, N. H., June 22, 1834; p. Wilton, 1834-35; Canaan, 1836-37; 
Sutton, 1837-38; Lee, 1841-42; Bradford, 1842-43; New Ipswich, 
1843-45 ; Cong. min. after 1845. d. Norway, Me., July 13, 1855. 



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1836 

*WATERMAN BURLINGAME. 3. Grad. 

b. Pitcher, N. Y., 1805. H. L. T. I. 1831-33; ord. Hingham, Sept. 29, 
1836; p. Hingham, 1836-39; Mendon, N. Y., 4 yrs.; Buffalo, 4 yrs. 
d. Baltimore, Md., Feb. 11, 1868. 

*ORIGEN CRANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Mansfield, Conn., July 26, 1804. ord. Newton Upper Falls, 1836; 
p. Newton Upper Falls, 1836-39; Weston, 1839-53; agt. A. F. B. Soc.; 
s. New England Village and West Sutton, 1856-59. d. New England 
Village, Grafton, Apr. 20, 1860. 

*TIMOTHY GILES FREEMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Morristown, N. J., July 4, 1810. ord. Newport, R. I., Feb. 1837 
p. Newport, 1837-38; Dedham, Mass., 1839-?; Hudson, N. Y., 1842- ? 
Southbridge, Mass., 1845-?; Natchez, Miss., 1847-?; Lafayette, Ala. 
Camden, Ark., 1858-64; w. c. New York, N. Y. d. New York, 1877. 

*LEVI HALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Stafford, Conn., 1805. Miss. A. B. M. U., Aracan, India, 1836-37 
d. Kyouk Phyoo, July 9, 1837. 

*WILLIAM HOWE. 3. Grad. 

b. Worcester, Mass., May 25, 1806. W. C. 1833; ord. Boston, Feb. 
23, 1840; miss. Bost. Bapt. S. S. Un., Boston, Sept. 1836-Mar. 1845; 
p. Un. ch., Boston, Mar. 1845-59; Broadway cong. and ch., Cambridge, 
Mar. 1863- July 1870; w. c. Cambridge, 1870-1906. d. Cambridge, 
Nov. 28, 1906. D.D., C. U. 1885. 

*WILUAM BELA JACOBS. 3. Grad. 

b. Thompson, Conn., Jan. 9, 1808. Br. U. 1833; ord. Newburyport, 
Oct. 27, 1836; p. Newburyport, Oct. 1836-Oct. 1839; Hyannis, Oct. 
1839-Oct. 1844; Claremont, N. H., Oct. 1844-Oct. 1847; North Yar- 
mouth, Me., Oct. 1847-Oct. 1849; ed. Christian Chronicle, Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1849-Aug. 1861 ; Christian Press, New York, N. Y., 1861- 
64; Christian Review, Dec. 1865-Dec. 1868; cor. for Bapt. papers, 
1868-83; w. c. Brooklyn, N. Y. d. Brooklyn, Aug. 22, 1895. 

*LOOMIS GEORGE LEONARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Monson, Mass., Jan. 6, 1810. S. R. A.; N. T. I. prep. dept. ; ord. 
Webster, Sept. 7, 1836; p. Webster, 1836-43; Thompson, Conn., 1843- 
45; New London, 1845-48; Zanesville, O., 1848-55; Marietta, 1855-63; 
Lebanon, 1863-71; Bucyrus, 1871-81; w. c. Bucyrus. d. Bucyrus, 
Feb. 2, 1892. D.D. 

♦WASHINGTON LEVERETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Dec. 19, 1805. Br. U. 1832; tut. Col. C. 1832-33; 
Br. U. 1833-34; ord. Roxbury, Aug. 28, 1836; prof. Math, and Nat. 
Phil., S. C. 1836-68; lib., tr., cur., or trust., S. C. 1868-82. d. New- 
port, Dec. 9, 1882. LL.D., S. C. 1876. 

♦JOSEPH WHITING PARKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Cavendish, Vt., May 12, 1805. A. C; U. C. 1831; ord. Cambridge, 
Dec. 11, 1836; p. Cambridge, 1836-55; Sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, 
1855-61; fin. agt. N. T. I. 1851-52; p. Shawmut Ave. ch., Boston, 
Mass., 1861-66; agt. for Educ. Freedmen, 1866-68; p. Calvary ch., 
Washington, D. C, 1869-75; E St. ch., 1876-79; Metropolitan ch., 
1879-82; w. c. Los Angeles, Calif., 1882-87. d. Los Angeles, Nov. 9, 
1887. D.D., Br. U. 1852. 

*JABEZ WEAVER PARKHURST, formerly PARKIS. 3. Grad. 
b. Killingly, Conn., Jan. 10, 1805. ord. Tyngsboro, Nov. 1836; p. 
Tyngsboro, 1836-43; West Dedham, 1843-49; agt. A. B. H. M. Soc. 



Students — 1836 45 

1849-62; in insur. bus., res. Newton Centre, Mass., 1862-71. d. New- 
ton Centre, Mar. 19, 1871. 

*CEPHAS PASCO. 3. Grad. 

b. Stafford, Conn., May 4, 1804. ord. Providence, R. I., Sept. 8, 1836 ; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Greece, 1836-39; p. Rowley, Mass., 1851-58; North 
Egremont, 10 yrs. ; West Bridgewater, now Cochesett. d. West 
Bridgewater, June 3, 1871. 

*CHARLES HENRY CALVIN DANIEL HOBART PEABODY. 

3. Grad. 
b. Amherst, N. H., Jan. 12, 1799. ord. Sutton, Nov. 23, 1836; p. 
Sutton, 1836-40; Randolph, 1840-42. d. Randolph, Apr. 21, 1842. 

*JAMES L. REYNOLDS. 3. Grad. 

b. Charleston, S. C, Mar. 17, 1814. Ch. C. 1833; ord. Columbia, 
S. C, Dec. 25, 1836; p. Columbia, 1836-40; prof. F. T. I., 1840-44; p. 
Fairfield, S. C, 1841-44; prof. Mercer U. 1845-46; p. Richmond, Va., 
1847-50; pres. G. C, Ky.; p. Georgetown, 1850-51; prof. S. C. C, 
1852-73; p. Columbia, S. C, 1865-72; prof. Fur. U. 1873-77. d. 
Greenville, S. C, Dec. 19, 1877. D.D. 

*BENJAMIN HURD RHOADES. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 26, 1811. Br. U. 1833; tea. Providence, R. I., 
1836-39; New York, N. Y., 1839-41; Brookline, Mass., 1842-48; 
Jamaica Plain, 1848-49; Newport, R. I., 1849-56; lib. Redwood Lib., 
Newport, 1859-80. d. Newport, Dec. 23, 1880. 

*EDWARD ABIEL STEVENS. 3. Grad. 

b. Sunbury, Ga., Jan. 23, 1814. Br. U. 1833; ord, Ruckersville, Ga., 
May 6, 1837; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, 1836-86; reduced Salong 
Language writing, 1844 ; author of many books and tracts in Burmese 
and Salong languages, ed. and publ. Dr. Judson's Burmese Dictionary, 
1852; ed. The Religious Herald, later called The Burman Messenger, 
1842-86 ; author or trans, of eighty-four hymns in the Burmese Hymn- 
book, d. Rangoon, June 19, 1886. D.D., Br. U. 1864. 

*JAMES FRANKLIN WILCOX. 3. Grad. 

b. Westminster, Vt., Sept. 29, 1806. S. R. A.; ord. Amesbury, Jan. 
25, 1837; p. Amesbury, 1836-aut. 1842; Taunton 1842-aut. 1848; agt. 
A. B. M. U. 1848-53; p. Trenton, N. J., 1853-spg. 1858; Northfield, 
Minn., and vie, aut. 1858-May 1870; s. at several places, 1870-?; fin. 
agt. Minn. State Conv., 1872; Pillsbury, A., Owatonna, 1873; res. 
Northfield, May 1870-Jan. 1891. d. Northfield, Jan. 1, 1891. 



*Samuel Todd Adams. 3. 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 30, 1797. H. U. 1818; not ord.; tea. many yrs., 
Boston, and in the South, d. South Acton, Mass., Sept. 16, 1876. 

*William H. Dalrymple. 1.5. 

b. Watertown, Mass., Feb. 20, 1808. S. R. A. ; ord. South Abington, 
Apr. 29, 1835; p. South Abington, 1835-37; Northboro, 1837-40; 
South Gardner, 1840-42; Woodville, 1844-46; agt. Am. Peace Soc, 
1846-48; p. Barnstable, 1849-50; Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1851-53; Hudson, 
1855-58; Stratham, 1860-62; 2d ch., Haverhill, Mass., 1862-66. d. 
Haverhill, Sept. 10, 1879. 

*01iver Augustus Dodge. 0.5. 

b. Hampton Falls, N. H., Mar. 18, 1813. W. C. 1833; pr. Shrews- 
bury, Mass., sum. 1833; ord. Lexington, Jan 7, 1835; p. Lexington, 
Oct. 1834-40. d. Lexington, May 28, 1840. 

*01iver Johnson Fisk. 2. 

b. Nashville, Tenn., Jan. 24, 1809. Br. U. 1837; ord. Limerock, R. I., 



46 Students — 1836 

Sept. 1837; p. Limerock, 1837-39; pr. and tea., Tenn., 1839-53; 
Stewart's Creek; Robertson Co.; Nashville, 2 yrs. ; pres. Eno C, 
Gallatin, M849; p. Oldtown, 111., 1855-?; Leroy; Rock Creek; Ran- 
dolph Grove, M873. d. Crawfordsville, Ind., Jan. 8, 1886. 

*Nehemiah Gorham Lovell. 0.5. 

b. Rowley, Mass., Aug. 9, 1806. Br. U. 1833; ord. Princeton, July 10, 
1834; p. Princeton, 1834-36; Amherst, 1836-40; Bellingham, 1840-47; 
North Attleboro, 1847-51. d. Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 15, 1851. 

*George Waters. 1. 

b. Thompson, Conn., Feb. 12, 1799. ord. Holden, Sept. 25, 1834; p. 
Holden, 1834-Mar. 1838; Sterling, 1838-41; fin. agt. Manual Labor 
High School, Worcester, 1841-42; p. Amherst, Dec. 1842-Jan. 1846; 
Plainfield, N. J. d. Plainfield, Apr. 10, 1865. 

*Horace Alexander Wilcox. 1. 

b. Ludlow, Vt., Mar. 6, 1807. Br. U. 1833; ord. Willington, Conn., 
1835; p. Willington, 1835-37; pr. W. F. C, N. C, 1838; agt. A. B. 
H. M. Soc, Ga., 1841-46; res. Providence, R, I., 1846-54, 1857-60; 
Manhattan, Kans., 1854-57, 1860-65. d. Manhattan, Apr. 15, 1865. 

1837 

♦FRANCIS BARKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Pembroke, Mass., Dec. 22, 1806. W. C. 1834; ord. 1838; tea. Jack- 
son Co., Miss., 1838 ; miss. Shawnee Indians, Kans. 1839-56 ; far. and 
miss, near Lawrence, 1856-63. d. Feb. 13, 1863. 

♦CHARLES WEBSTER BRADBURY. 3. Grad. 

b. Bangor, Me., Oct. 30, 1807. W. C. 1834; res. grad. N. T. I., 1837- 
38; ord. ev. Saco, Me., Apr. 1838; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 1840; prin. A., 
Hampton, N. H., 1841-42; tea. Amesbury, Mass., 1844-49, 1851-58, 
1866-74, 1875-77, except while p. at East Winthrop, Me., 1853-55, and 
brief period at Halifax, Vt.; miss. Calif., 1849-51, 1858-66, 1874-75. 
d. Amesbury, Mass., May 4, 1877. 

*IVORY CLARKE. 3. Grad. 

b. No. Berwick, Me., Mar. 8, 1807. W. C. 1834; ord. North Berwick, 
Me., Sept. 12, 1837; miss. A. B. M. XL, Bexley, Africa, 1838-45; Edina, 
1845-48; author, d. at sea, Apr. 24, 1848. 

♦MINER GRANT CLARKE. 5. 

b. Woodstock, Conn., Dec. 7, 1809. ord. Suffield, Conn., Nov. 1837; 
p. 2d ch., Suffield, Sept. 1837-38; New England Village, Mass., 1839- 
40; Cent, ch., Norwich, Conn., 1840- Apr. 1846; 1st ch., Springfield, 
Mass., June 1846-Apr. 1850 ; fin. sec. A. F. B. Soc, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Sept. 1850-Apr. 1851; p. Tabernacle ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 1851- 
Sept. 1856; publ. Mothers' Journal, 13 yrs. not consecutive, from 
1851; ed. The Witness, Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 1856-Apr. 1863; fin. 
sec. U. Chic. 1863-66; book publ. Chicago, 111., 1866-69; p. Evanston, 
May 1869-Apr. 1871; cor. sec. N. Y. Bapt. State Conv., Brooklyn, 
N. Y., Apr. 1871-Oct. 1874; w. c Newark, N. J., July 1874-Oct. 1875; 
Sandwich, 111., Oct. 1875-Nov. 1880; Geneva, Nov. 1880-81. d. 
Geneva, Sept. 19, 1881. 

♦CALEB BAILEY DAVIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Wrentham, Mass., July 3, 1807. ord. June 27, 1838; p. Paris, Me., 
1838-54. d. Portland, Jan. 12, 1855. 

*ALANSON FISH. 3. Grad. 

b. Strasburg, Vt., June 11, 1812. Mis. C. 1830-34; ord. Chelsea, 
Mass., Feb. 8, 1838; p. Chelsea, 1837-40. d. Ira, Vt., July 8, 1940. 



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*DUDLEY CAMMET HAYNES. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., Sept. 15, 1809. N. T. I. prep, dept.; ord. Marble- 
head, 1837; p. Marblehead, 1837-39; agt. A. B. M. U. 1839, 1846; 
A. F. B. Soc. 1840; p. Middletown, Conn., 1840-42; Utica, N. Y., 1842- 
44; Brunswick, Me., 1844-46; Hyannis, Mass., 1848-52; 12th ch., 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1852-55; State sec. A. B. P. S. for Pa., 1855, New 
Eng., 1856-60 ; cor. sec. A. F. B. Soc, 1861 ; gen. man. Natl. Freedmen's 
Relief Assoc, 1863 ; chapl. 13th Brooklyn Vols., 1863 ; sec. Am. Coloni- 
zation soc and Pa. soc, 1864-65; p. Bainbridge, N. Y., 1875-80; 
Union 1880-?; w. c Troy, N. Y., author, The Baptist Denomination, 
1857. d. Binghamton, Feb. 21, 1888. 

*NOAH HOOPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Saco, Me., Nov. 11, 1806. N. H. L. T. I. and N. T. I. prep, dept.; 
ord. Woburn, Aug. 31, 1837; p. Woburn, 1837-Oct. 1840; Exeter, 
N. H., Dec. 1840-July 1845; Deerfield, Aug. 1845-Dec 1847; Great 
Falls, now Somersworth, Jan. 1848-Apr. 1855; Newburyport, Mass., 
July 1855-Oct. 1860; agt. A. F. B. Soc. 1860; p. Exeter, N. H., aut. 
1861-Sept. 1871; occ s. Oct. 1871-Dec 1875; s. Stratham, N. H., Jan. 
1876- July 1882; res. Exeter, 1871-96. d. Exeter, Mar. 4, 1896. 

*ENOCH HUTCHINSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Marion, N. Y., June 25, 1810. W. C. 1834; ord. Boston, Nov. 26, 
1837; p. Framingham, 1840-41; prof. Theol. I., Thomaston, Me., 1841; 
author and editor, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 1, 1885. 

♦SILAS ILSLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., July 10, 1809. W. C. 1834; ord. Sept. 4, 1837; p. 
1st ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1837-41; 2d ch., Warren, Me., 1842-43 ; Ports- 
mouth, N. H., 1843-48; Albion, N. Y., 1848-52; Yorkville, Dec 1852- 
55?; New York, 1855 ?-56; Essex, Conn., 1856-58; Bushwick Ave. ch., 
Brooklyn, 1858-60; Damariscotta, Me., 1860-61; agt. and dist. sec. 
A. B. P. S., New Eng., 1861-63; N. Y., 1863-70; p. Dover Plains, 
N. Y., 1870-75; w. c Syracuse, d. Manlius, July 2, 1886. 

*SYLVANUS GILMAN SARGENT. 3. Grad. 

b. Methuen, Mass., Feb. 19, 1807. W. C. 1834; ord. Belfast, Me., 
June 13, 1838; p. Belfast, 1838-46; Frankfort, 1846-50; Barnstable, 
Mass., 1850-52; Frankfort, Me., 1852-58; fin. agt. Me. Bapt. Miss. 
Soc. and gen. miss., 1858-74; s. in Me. 1874-88; res. Augusta, 1874-96. 
d. Augusta, Feb. 21, 1896. 

*DAVIS TYLER SHAILER. 4. Grad. 

b. Haddam, Conn., Mar. 18, 1802. H. L. T. I. ; ord. Haddam, Conn., 
Nov. 10, 1831; p. Branford, 1837-44; Stoughton St. ch., North Dor- 
chester, Mass., 1844-47; North Becket, 1848-57; s. Somonauk, 111., 
1859-62; p. Haddam, Conn., 1862-71; w. c Haddam, 1871-86. d. 
Haddam, Oct. 15, 1886. 



*Zebdial Bradford. 2.5. 

b. Plympton, Mass., July 13, 1810. W. C. 1834; ord. May. 24, 1837; 

p. North Yarmouth, Me., 1837-44; Pine St. ch., Providence, R. I., 

1844-49. d. Providence, May 16, 1849. 
*Stillman L. Lothrop. 2.5. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 27, 1811. Br. U. 1832-35; South Berwick, Me., 

1837-38; health failed, d. St. Croix, W. I., Nov. 22, 1859. 
♦Lemuel Porter. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 1, 1809. W. C. 1834; ord. Sidney, Me., Dec. 

16, 1830; p. Sidney, 1830-32; p. Worthen St. ch., Lowell, 1835-51; 

Pittsfield, 1851-61; Bloomington, 111., 1861-63; dist. sec A. T. Soc. 

d. Oct. 17, 1864. D.D., M. U. 1854. 



48 Students — 1837 

*William Hosmer Shatter. 0.5. 

b. Haddam, Conn., Nov. 20, 1807. H. L. T. I. 1835; prin. C. L. I., 
Dec. 1835-Sept. 1837; ord. Deep River, Conn., Feb. 26, 1836; p. 
Brookline, Mass., Sept. 1837-Mar. 1854; 1st ch., Portland, Me., Mar. 
1854-Aug. 1877; ed. and prop. Zion's Advocate, 1858-73; w. c. Port- 
land, 1877-81. d. Portland, Feb. 23, 1881. D.D., M. U. 1853. 

1838 

*SAMUEL ADLAM. 4. Grad. 

b. Bristol, Eng., Feb. 1798. ord. West Dedham, Mass., Nov. 3, 1824; 
p. West Dedham, 1824-27; Marblehead, 1827-30; Gloucester Harbor, 
1830-33; Marblehead, 1833-34; p. Hallowell, Me., 1838-45; Dover and 
Foxcroft, 1845-49; Newport, R. I., 1849-65; w. c. Newport, 1865-80. 
d. Newport, Oct. 18, 1880. 

*AMASA BROWN. 3.5. Grad. 

b. Winchendon, Mass., Nov. 22, 1804. ord. Nov. 6, 1839; p. Hines- 
burg, Vt., Nov. 1839- July 1840; chapl. State Prison, Windsor, 1841- 
42; p. Sutton, N. H., 1842-44; Peterboro, 1844-45; Amherst, 1845-48; 
Lake Village, now Lakeport, 1848-49; South Gardner, Mass., 1849- 
aut. 1853; agt. A. F. B. Soc, Concord, N. H., 1854-63; p. Campton, 
1865-66; Newton, 1868-69; occ. s. 1869-75; w. c. Newton, N. H. 
d. Newton Junction, Sept. 15, 1892. 

*GEORGE CLINTON CHANDLER. 3. Grad. 

b. Chester, Vt., Mar. 19, 1807. H. L. T. I., 1835; ord. North Spring- 
field, Vt., Sept. 5, 1838; p. Indianapolis, Ind., aut. 1839-43; pres. 
F. C. 1843-50; pres. of C. which in 1858 became McMinnville C, 1851- 
62; miss. Ore., and p. Oregon City, Amity, Dalles, 1862-74; ill health, 
1874-80. d. Forest Grove, June 19, 1880. D.D., F. C. 1853. 

*WILLIAM CROWELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Middlefield, Mass., Sept. 22, 1806. Ed. Christian Watchman, Bos- 
ton, 10 yrs. ; p. Waterville, Me., 2 yrs. ; ed. Western Watchman, Des 
Moines, la., 10 yrs.; tea. St. Louis, Mo.; p. Freeport, 111., German- 
town, Pa. d. July 17, 1871. D.D., U. R. 1857. 

*MYRON MUNSON DEAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Monkton, Vt., Nov. 8, 1811. Mid. C. 1834; ord. Monkton, Vt., May 
3, 1836; p. Providence, R. L, 1838-40; Marblehead, Mass., 1840-47; 
chapl. Deer Island; agt. A. F. B. Soc; p. Warren, R. I., May 1854- 
July 1855. d, Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 30, 1861. 

*ROBERT FULTON ELLIS. 4. Grad. 

b. Topsham, Me., Oct. 16, 1809. B. C; ord. Sept. 1838; p. Spring- 
field, Mass., 1838-45; agt. Am. S. S. Un. 1845-47; p. Alton, 111., 1847- 
54. d. Clark Co., Mo., July 24, 1854. 

*JOSIAH GODDARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Wendell, Mass., Oct. 27, 1813. Br. U. 1835; ord. Sept. 27, 1838; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Bangkok, Siam, 1840-49; Ningpo, China, 1849-54. 
d. Ningpo, Sept. 4, 1854. 

*ADIEL HARVEY. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Ashfield, Mass., July 29, 1805. A. C. 1832; p. Westboro, 1838-45; 
Plymouth, 1845-55 ; tea. Needham. d. Needham, June 23, 1864. 

*AMARIAH JOY. 3. Grad. 

b. Putney, Vt., May 15, 1809. W. C. 1835; ord. Farmington, Me., 
Dec. 5, 1835; p. Farmington; New Sharon; Hampden; Kennebunk; 
Great Falls, now Somersworth, N. H. ; Cornish, Me.; Akron, O.; w. c. 
Joyfield, Mich., 1864-90; occ. s. d. Joyfield, Feb. 11, 1890. 



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*JONAH GOULDING WARREN. 3. Grad. 

b. Ward, now Auburn, Mass., Sept. 11, 1812. Br. U. 1835 ; ord. North 
Oxford, Sept. 1838; p. Cabotville, now Chicopee, Mass., 1838-49; 5th 
St. ch., Troy, N. Y., 1849-55; sec. A. B. M. U. 1855-72. d. Newton 
Centre, Mass., Feb. 27, 1884. D.D., U. R. 1856. 



*Benjamin Franklin Brabrook. 2.5. 

b. Acton, Mass., Sept. 15, 1809. Gr. C. and Col. C; ord. St. Louis, 
Mo., May 13, 1837; p. 2d ch., St. Louis, 1837-39; Great Falls, now 
Somersworth, N. H., 1839-43; agt. Bapt. Trien. Conv. 1843-45; p. 
Davenport, la., 1845-48; agt. A. B. H. M. Soc. d. Davenport, la., 
June 9, 1853. 

*Warren Leverett. 2.5. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Dec. 19, 1805. Br. U. 1832; agt. Am. Bib. Soc, 
Charleston, S. C, 1833-34; tea. Ind., 1834-36 (N. T. I. 1832-33, May 
1836-37); not ord.; tea. Greenville, 111., 1838-39; prep. dept. S. C., 
1839-41, prof. Lat. and Gr., 1841-68; res. Upper Alton, 1868-72. d. 
Upper Alton, Nov. 8, 1872. 

1839 

*IMLAH GOULDING BARKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Morgantown, Va., Sept. 8, 1812. ord. Newton, Aug. 1839; prof. 
Heb., R. C, 1839-42. d. Savannah, Ga., 1842. 

*FREEMAN GREENWOOD BROWN. 3. Grad. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Jan. 9, 1813. Col. C. 1835; ord. Feb. 5, 1840; 
p. Portsmouth, N. H., 1840-43; North Dorchester, Mass., 1848-50; 
West Townsend, 1850-53; agt. A. B. P. S. 1853-56; p. Hamilton, Ont., 
1861-63. d, Cambridge, Mass., June 15, 1878. 

*JOSEPH BLANER BREED. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., Mar. 1, 1807. ord. Lynn, Sept. 24, 1839; p. Cum- 
berland ch., Norfolk, Va., 1840-42; Rahway, N. J., 1842-43; Pine 
Plains, N. Y., 1843-48; Allegheny, Pa., 1848-49; Pine Plains, N. Y. 
1849-51; Woonsocket, R. I., 1851-58; South Dedham, Mass., 1858-62 
Campton, N. H., 1862-66; Peterboro, 1866-68; Campton, 1868-71 
Rumney, 1871; w. c. Brooklvn, N. Y., 1882-87; infirm, at Bapt. Home, 
Brooklyn, 1887-90. d. Brooklyn, Oct. 25, 1890. 

*JEREMIAH SEWALL EATON. 3. Grad. 

b. Weare, N. H., June 19, 1810. U. C. 1835; ord. Hartford, Conn., 
Nov. 13, 1839; p. 1st ch., Hartford, 1839-44; Free St., ch., Portland, 
Me., 1844-54. d. Portland, Sept. 27, 1856. 

*SAMUEL WHEELER FIELD. 3. Grad. 

b. North Yarmouth, Me., Apr. 28, 1813. W. C; U. N. Y. 1836; ord. 
Yarmouth, Me., Oct. 3, 1839; p. Methuen, Mass., 1840-46; Hallowell, 
Me., 1846-49; Pine St. ch., Providence, R. I., 1849-59; chapl. 12th 
R. I. Vols., 1862-65 ; w. c. Providence, d. Providence, Oct. 28, 1887. 
D.D., Cent. U. 1877. 

*SUMNER HALE. 

b. Norridgewock, Me., Mar. 9, 1808. W. C; ord. Sidney, Me., Dec. 
23, 1840; p. Sidney, 1840-42; 2d ch., Beverly, Mass., 1842-48; in bus. 
d. Cramer Hill, N. J., Apr. 4, 1882. 

*ELIAS LYMAN MAGOON. 3. Grad. 

b. Lebanon, N. H., Oct. 20, 1810. W. C. 1836; ord. Boston, Aug. 
1839; p. Richmond, Va., 1839-40; out of U. S., 1840-46; p. 9th St. 
ch., Cincinnati, O., 1846-50; Oliver St. ch., New York, N. Y., 1850- 
58; 1st ch., Albany, 1858-68; Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1868- 



50 Students — 1839 

85; w. c. Philadelphia, 1885-86. d. Philadelphia, Nov. 26, 1886. 
D.D., U. R. 1853. 

*STEPHEN BENSON PAGE. 3. Grad. 

b. Fayette, Me., Oct. 16, 1808. W. C. 1835; ord. Newton Centre, May 
31, 1840; p. Massillon, 0., 1840-44; Wooster, 1844-50; Norwalk, 1850- 
54; Cleveland, 1854-66; fin. agt. D. U. 1866-67; dist. sec. A. B. H. M. 
Soc. for O., Ind., and Mich., 1868-82; w. c. Cleveland, d. Cleveland, 
Mar. 14, 1888. D.D., D. U. 1865. 

*PEARLEY PRICHARD SANDERSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Mason, N. H., Aug. 18, 1807. W. C; ord. Beverly, Apr. 8, 1840; 
p. 2d ch., Beverly, Apr. 1840-42; Mansfield, May 1842-Feb. 1844; 
Troy, N. H., Mar. 1844-May 1846; Conway, Mass., June 1846- July 
1847; Buckland, Aug. 1847-Mar. 1852; Red Rock, N. Y., Apr. 1852- 
June 1853; Schodack, July 1853-Apr. 1855; Coopers Plains, May 
1855-Dec. 1859; Hinsdale, Jan. 1860-Mar. 1862; w. c. Painted Post, 
Apr. 1862-?; s. Hornby; Tioga, Pa.; Chemung, N. Y.; Painted Post. 
d. Painted Post, Jan. 21, 1892. 

*WILLIAM SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Princeton, Mass., Feb. 24, 1811. W. C. 1836; ord. Chelsea, Sept. 
1840; p. 1st ch., Chelsea, d. Chelsea, July 26, 1841. 



*William Lawton Brown. 2. 

b. Providence, R. I., May 20, 1814. Br. U. 1836; ord. Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Feb. 13, 1839; p. Ann Arbor, Aug. 1838-Apr. 1839; Bristol, 
R. I., Sept. 1839- June 1842; West Springfield, now Holvoke, Mass., 
Aug. 1842- Apr. 1846; Cent, ch., Norwich, Conn., May- Aug. 1846; 
Westboro, Mass., Feb. 1847-Apr. 1851 ; w. c. Boston, May 1851-Dec. 
1853; p. Watertown, Jan. 1854-Mar. 1860; w. c. Boston and Middle- 
boro, Mar. 1860-Oct. 1870; p. Mt. Pleasant, la., Dec. 1870-Nov. 1872; 
Ottumwa, Dec. 1872-Dec. 1874; Kearney, Nebr., Oct. 1875- Apr. 1876; 
w. c. Warwich, R. I., June 1876- Aug. 1877; p. North Reading, Mass., 
Oct. 1877- June 1879; in bus. Voluntown, Conn., July 1879-Apr. 1882; 
Olneyville, R. I., May 1882- June 1883; far. Wrentham, Mass., June 
1883-1908 ; s. at many ch. d. Wrentham, Dec. 15, 1908. 

*John Burley Guild. 2. (E.) 

b. Woodstock, Conn., Oct. 17, 1809. ord. Willimantic, Conn., 1839; 
p. Willimantic, 1839-45; Clinton, 1845-46; Packerville, 1851-52; 
Thompson, 1852-53. d. Thompson, 1853. 

*Ahira Jones. 1. 

b. Cornwall, Vt., June 25, 1810. W. C. 1836; ord. 1838; p. Saco, Me., 
1838-42; Kennebunkport, 1842-46; Hallowell, 1849-51; agt. Bapt. 
Trien, Conv.; Vt. State Conv.; A. B. P. S.; p. Jericho, Vt., 1874-80. 
d. Cornwall, Dec. 11, 1884. 

*Isaac Woodbury. 3. (E.) 

b. Hamilton, Mass., Mar. 21, 1805. ord. Haverhill, Nov. 6, 1839; p. 
Haverhill, 1839-41; Mason Village, N. H., 1848-50; Manchester, 1850- 
52; Wenham, Mass., 1853-55; Leominster and Mashpee, 1857-58; w. c.,. 
Boston, 1863-66; p. South Sandwich, 1866-68. d. Mashpee, Dec. 6, 
1869. 

1840 

*SHADRACH STANDISH BRADFORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Plympton, Mass., May 24, 1813. W. C; Col. C. 1837; ord. Paw- 
tucket, R. I., June 8, 1841; p. 1st ch., Pawtucket, 1841-51. d. Provi- 
dence, July, 1875. 



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*JOHN FELCH BURBANK. 3. Grad. 

b. Standish, Me., Dec. 4, 1811. W. C.; Col. C. 1837; ord. Taunton, 
Feb. 3, 1840; p. Taunton, 1840-41 ; Webster, 1843-46; w. c. Worcester, 
filled several munic. off. d, Worcester, Nov. 23, 1853. 

*MARTIN BYRNE. 1. Grad. 

b. Robbinston, Me., Feb. 15, 1811. B. T. S., 1837-39; ord. Packer- 
ville, Conn., June 29, 1842; p. Pembroke, Me., 1845-46; Damariscotta 
Mills; Ellsworth, 1847-49. d. Sept. 19, 1858. 

*BENJAMIN SMITH CORBETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Framingham, Mass., Feb. 16, 1812. Br. U. 1837; res. lie. A. T. S.; 
p. Andover, 1841-48. d. 1862. 

*EDWIN HENRY HAWLEY. 1. Grad. 

b. New Canaan, N. Y., Oct. 12, 1812. U. C. 1838; U. T. S. 1838-39; 
ord. 1840; p. Lorain, 0.; Bedford, Twinsburg; Disciples' ch., Hiram, 
1850-?; Newton Falls; Painesville, 1815-59; Wilmington; Mentor; 
Cleveland, and other places, d. Cleveland, Nov. 18, 1893. 

*SANFORD LEACH. 3. Grad. 

b. Shutesbury, Mass., May 4, 1808. A. C. 1837; ord. Wilmington, 
Del., 1841; p. Wilmington, 1841-?; Deckertown, N. J.; Three Rivers, 
in Palmer, Mass., 1846-48; Templeton, now Bald wins ville, 1848-51. 
d. Nebraska City, Nebr., July, 1857. 

*FRANKLIN MERRIAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Westminster, Mass., Mar. 5, 1810. W. C. 1837; ord. East Win- 
throp, Me., Dec. 23, 1840; p. East Winthrop, 1840-47; Richmond, 
1847-48; Searsmont, 1848-51; agt. A. F. B. Soc, Me., 1851-55; p. 
Exeter, N. H., 1855-57; agt. A. B. M. U. 1857-58; ev. 1858-59; p. 
New Boston, N. H., 1859-62; East Jaffrey, 1862-65; Hanover, 1865- 
72; Danbury, 1872-82; Bow, 1882-85; East Weare, 1885-87. d. 
Sharon, Mass., Dec. 10, 1893. 

*ROBERT CURTIS MILLS. 0.5. Grad. 

6. New York, N. Y., Feb. 6, 1819. U. N. Y. 1837; U. T. S. 1837-40. 
ord. Newton Centre, Mar. 17, 1842; p. Colchester, Conn., Sept. 1841- 
45; Chicopee Falls, Mass., 1845-48; 1st ch., Salem, 1848-76; w. c. 
Salem, 1876-79; sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc. 1879-Feb. 1891; res. New- 
ton Centre, 1879-96. d. Newton Centre, Jan. 21, 1896. D.D., Br. U. 
1861. 

*SILAS BURROWS RANDALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Mystic River, Conn., July 4, 1814. Br. U. 1836 ; ord, Woburn, May 
1841; p. Woburn, 1841-47; Andover, 1847-48; asst. A. B. M. U. miss, 
rooms, Boston, 1848-49; s. 2d ch., Groton, Conn., 1% yrs. ; p. Mystic 
River; in trade with South America; in bus. Cincinnati, O., 1864-86; 
Wyoming, 1886-95. d. Wyoming, Jan. 15, 1895. 

*CHARLES WILLIAM REDING. 3. Grad. 

b. Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 21, 1811. Br. U. 1837; ord. West Town- 
send, May 12, 1841; p. West Townsend, 1841-44; North Yarmouth, 
Me., 1844-47; 2d ch., Beverly, Mass., 1848-56; Manchester, 1856-61; 
memb. leg. 1860, 1861; p. 2d ch., Beverley, 1861-63; Webster, 1863- 
69; Milford, 1869-71 ; s. 2d ch., Beverly; w. c. Beverly Farms, 1881-99. 
d. Beverly Farms, May 26, 1899. 

*FRANCIS SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. South Reading, now Wakefield, Mass., July 12, 1812. Br. U. 1837; 
ord. Providence, R. I., Mar. 30, 1841; p. 4th ch., Providence, 1841-54; 
s. Fruit Hill; Allendale; Wanskuck; p. Rutland, Vt., 1860-62: dist. 
sec. A. B. P. S., New Eng., 3 yrs.; miss. R. I. State Conv. d. Provi- 
dence, R, I., Jan. 29, 1872. 



52 Students — 1840 

*JACKSON SMITH. 0.5. Grad. 

6. Middletown, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1816. U. N. Y. 1836; U. T. S. 1837-40; 
ord. in N. J., 1840. d. Middletown, Apr. 8, 1850. 



*David Burbank. 1. 

b. Deerfield, N. H., Oct. 10, 1809. Br. U. 1837; tea. Wrentham; 
Providence, R. I. ; in bus. Rochester, N. Y. ; tea. Wyoming ; Elbridge ; 
Monroe; Brockport; ord. Delavan, Wis., 1862; p. Delavan, 1862-65. 
d. Chicago, Apr. 26, 1865. LL.D., F. C. 1858. 

^Marshall Whiting Leland. 1.5. 

b. Chester, Vt., June 30, 1810. H. L. T. I., 1833-37; Col. C. 1838; 
ord. Washington, D. C, 1838; p. Navy Yard ch., 1838-39; ev. E. Va., 
1840-?; p. Hamburg, N. Y.; Port William, O.; Door Village, Ind.; 
res. Rochester, Minn., 1861-77. d, Rochester, July 17, 1877. 

*John Larkin Lincoln. 2. 

b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 23, 1817. Br. U. 1836; tut. Col. C. 1836-37; 
tut. Gr., Br. U. 1839-41; stud. U. Halle, U. Berlin, U. Geneva, U. 
Leipzig, 1841-44; asst. prof. Lat. Lang, and Lit., Br. U. 1844-45, prof. 
1845-91 ; ed. of classical authors ; cont. to magazines and periodicals. 
d. Providence, R. I., Oct. 17, 1891. LL.D., Br. U. 1859. Son of 
Ensign Lincoln, trustee. 

*Daniel William Phillips. 1. 

b. Cilmaenllwyd, Wales, June 7, 1809. Br. U. 1837; ord. Oct. 3, 1838; 
p. Medfield, Mass., 1838-50 ; Wakefield, 1850-62; prin. and prof. Theol. 
dept. R. W. U., Nashville, Tenn., 1864-90. d. Nashville, Apr. 13, 1890. 
D.D., Br. U. 1874. 

* James Upham. 2. 

b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 23, 1815. W. C. 1835; ord. Thomaston, Me., 
Aug. 1840 ; prof. Bib. Lit. and Sac. Rhet., Theol. I., Thomaston, Mar. 
1840-41; p. Manchester, N. H., 1842-43; Millbury, Mass., 1843-45; 
prof. N. H. L. T. L, 1846-61; pres. 1861-66; ed. Watchman and Re- 
flector, 1866-76; assoc. ed. Religious Herald, 1876-83; on ed. staff 
Youth's Companion, 1877-93; res. Chelsea, d. Chelsea, May 3, 1893. 
D.D., W. C. 1860. 

*Obed Burnham Walker. 1. 

b. Kennebunkport, Me., June 30, 1807. Col. C. 1837; W. C. 1870 as of 
1837; ord. Oct. 1838; p. Baring, Me., 1838; Livermore, 1839-41; St. 
Albans, 1841-43; Foxcroft and Dover, 1843-46; Waldoboro, 1846-50; 
Brooklin, 1850-55; miss. Piscataquis Co., 1855-57; p. Guilford, 1857- 
63; Monmouth, 1863-66; South Norridgewock, 1866-82. d. South 
Norridgewock, May 27, 1882. 

♦Nathaniel Marshman Williams. 2. 

b. Salem, Mass., Nov. 13, 1813. Col. C. 1837; W. C. 18—?, as of 1837; 
ord. New Sharon, Me., Jan. 29, 1840; p. New Sharon, 1840-42; Farm- 
ington, 1842-46; Saco, 1846-52; Somerville, Mass., 1852-61; Ells- 
worth, Me., 1861-65; Peabody, Mass., 1865-68; Methuen, 1868-71; 
Wickford, R. I., 1871-77; res. Lowell, Mass., s. Andover, and lit. work, 
1877-82; p. Warner, N. H., 1882-Mar. 1887; Marshfield, Mass., Apr. 
1887- Apr. 1893; w. c. Newton; author, d. Newton, Feb. 10, 1895. 
D.D., U. Chic. 1871. 

1841 

♦THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., June 30, 1819. Col. C; U. P. 1838; ord. Salem, 
Mar. 15, 1842; p. 1st ch., Salem, 1841-48; Dudley St. ch., Roxbury, 
June 1848-62; 1st ch., New York, N. Y., 1862-79; pres. Rutgers Fern. 



Students — 1841 53 

C, 1875-79 ; p. South Boston, Mass., 1880-83. d. South Boston, Dec. 
19, 1883. D.D., Br. U. 1859. 

*ALBERT NICHOLAS ARNOLD. 3. Grad. 

b. Cranston, R. L, Feb. 12, 1814. Br. U. 1838; ord. Newburyport, 
Sept. 14, 1841; p. Newburyport, 1841-43; miss. A. B. M. U., Greece, 
1844-55; prof. Ch. Hist., N. T. I., 1855-57; p. Westboro, 1857-64; 
prof. Bib. Crit. and Past. Theol. H. T. S. 1864-69 ; prof. Bib. Lit. and 
Exeg., B. U. T. S., Chicago, 111., 1874-78; author, Sermons (in modern 
Greek), 1883; Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans, edited by 

D. B. Ford (Am. Comm.), 1889. d. Pawtuxet, R. I., Oct. 11, 1883. 
D.D., U. R. 1860. 

*GEORGE WHITEFIELD BOSWORTH. 3. Grad. 

b. Bellingham, Mass., Sept. 30, 1818. W. C. 1837; ord. Medford, 
Sept. 8, 1841; p. Medford, Aug. 1841-Feb. 1846; South Boston, Feb. 
1846-Feb. 1855; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., Feb. 1855- Aug. 1865; 1st 
ch., Lawrence, Mass., Aug. 1865-Jan. 1869; 1st ch., Haverhill, Feb. 
1869- Jan. 1879; res. Haverhill, 1879-88; sec. Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1852- 
55; 1879-88; cor. sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc, 1865-79. d. Wakefield, 
Jan. 19, 1888. D.D., W. C. 1862. 

*JOSEPH BROOKS DAMAN. 4. Grad. 

b. Hanover, Mass., Nov. 13, 1809. ord. West Dedham, Oct. 13, 1841 ; 
p. West Dedham, Oct. 1841-Dec. 1843; Woonsocket, R. I., Dec. 1843- 
spg. 1845; East Killingly, Conn., spg. 1845-Aug. 1848; Lyme, aut. 
1848- July 1850; Lake Village, N. H., July 1850-65. d. Lake Village, 
Mar. 26, 1865. 

*JOSEPH MONROE ROCKWOOD. 3. Grad. 

b. Bellingham, Mass., July 1, 1818. W. C. 1833-36; D. C. 1837; ord. 
Rutland, Vt., Feb. 9, 1842; p. Rutland, Oct. 1841-Oct. 1849; Belcher- 
town, Mass., Nov. 1849-Nov. 1855 ; fin. agt. Lad. Col. Inst., Worcester, 
1855-56; p. New England Village, Aug. 1857-May 1864; U. S. Chris- 
tian Commission, Oct. 1864; p. Middlefield, May 1865-May 1890; 
memb. Mass. Const. Conv. 1853; Mass. leg. 1864; w. c. Bellingham, 
1890-1910. d. Bellingham, Jan. 31, 1910. 

*GEORGE NELSON TOWNSEND 3. Grad. 

b. Bolton, Mass., Nov. 17, 1809. Col. C. 1837; ord. June 22, 1842; 
p. Woodville, Hopkinton, Mass., 1842-45; Reading, 1845-48; health 
failed; w. c. Bellingham, occ. s., 1848-85; s. South Milford, 1851-55; 
memb. leg. 1864. d. Bellingham, Aug. 6, 1885. 

*SAMUEL WALLACE. 3.5. Grad. 

b. Adams Co., O., June 1, 1810. Gr. C; pr. and tea. Germantown, 
Ky., 1841-49; in serv. of Indian Miss. Assoc, 1849-57; in charge of 
two ch., Adams Co., O., 1857-66; pr. and tea., Richmond, Ind., 1866- 
85; w. c. Richmond, 1885-1899. d. Richmond, Dec. 28, 1899. 

*Martin Luther Bickford. 2. 

b. Sedgwick, Me., Aug. 18, 1814. W. C. 1837; tea. Hanover Co., Va., 
1840-44; Richmond, 1845-52; ord. Waltham, Mass., Apr. 1852; p. 
Waltham, Dec. 1852- June 1863; Chicopee Falls, 1863-65; Oberlin, O., 
1871-72; Elyria, 1874-76. d. Elyria, Apr. 9, 1876. 

* Joseph Perry Burbank. 2. (E.) 

b. Oakham, Mass., June 30, 1808. Br. U. 1837-38; ord. Plattsburg, 
N. Y., 1841 ; p. West Plattsburg, 4 yrs. ; Richmond, R. I., 4 yrs. ; Block 
Island, 3 yrs.; Kingston, 4 yrs.; East Lyme, Conn., 2 yrs.; East 
Greenwich, R. I., 1 yr. ; Cumberland Hill, 3 yrs. ; South Sutton, Mass., 
Apr. 1861- Jan. 1873; res. South Sutton, occ. s., 1873-94. d. South 
Sutton, June 15, 1894. 



54 Students — 1841 

* Joseph Hervey Fox. 0.5. (E.) 

b. King William Co., Va., Oct. 16, 1813. Col. C. 1838; ord. Beulah, 
Va., Dec. 21, 1838; miss. Gloucester, Va., 1839; p. Farmville, 1840- 
42; Spring Creek, 1841-42; Churchland and Norfolk, 1843; Scotts- 
ville, 1844-54; Mt. Edd, 1844-55; Sharon, Albermarle Co., 1852-70; 
Sharon, Buckingham Co., 1855-75; Fork of Willis, 1876-78; Priddy's 
Creek, 1876-82; miss. A. B. H. M. S. to colored people, 1872-73; colp. 
to Albermarle Assoc, 1879-86; S. S. work and pr. near Scottsville, 
1886-1901. d. Scottsville, Nov. 27, 1901. 
*Levi Beals Hathaway. 2. 

b. Peru, Mass., Sept. 14, 1810. W. C. 1838; ord. June 30, 1841; p. 
Farmington, Me., 1841-42; Rockport, Mass., 1842-43. d. Rockport, 
Aug. 1, 1843. 

* Joseph Huntington. 1. 

b. Braintree, Vt., July 27, 1811. Mid. C. 1837; ord. Williamstown, 
Vt., Jan. 1840; p. Williamstown and ev. East Williamstown, Ran- 
dolph, and Braintree, Jan.-Nov., 1840. d. Braintree, Apr. 26, 1843. 

* William Leach. 2. (E.) 

b. Shutesburg, Mass., Aug. 20, 1803. ord.; p. Paterson, N. J.; 
Newark, Wendell, Mass., 1846-50; South Hanson, 1850-52; Omaha, 
Nebr.; East Stoughton, Mass., 1857-59; Holmes Hole, 1859-61; South 
Yarmouth, 1861-64; North Carver, 1864-69; Still River, 1869-70. 
d. Harvard, Mar. 31, 1871. 

*Samuel Stillman Leighton. 1. 

b. Westford, Mass., Oct. 18, 1809. U. C. 1838; A. T. S. 1838-40; ord. 
Andover, 1841; p. West Bridgewater, 1842-43; Leeds, Me., 1844-46; 
Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 1846-47; Sanbornton, N. H., 1847-49; 
Bow, 1849-51; Londonderry, 1852-56; Georgetown, Mass.; Orleans, 
1856-59 ; health failed ; occ. s. d. West Townsend, July 4, 1860. 

*Thomas White Sydnor. 2. 

b. Hanover, Co., Va., June 1, 1816. Col. C. 1838; ord. Bruington, 
Va., Apr. 10, 1841; s. Bruington, 1841-42; agt. colored C. 1843; p. 
Farmville, Va., 1843-44; agt. Bapt. Gen. Conv. for F. M. 1844-45; 
agt. F. M. Bd. So. Bapt. Miss. Conv., 1846; p. of chs., in Nottoway, 
Lunenburg, and Brunswick Cos., Va., Nov. 1847-May 1890: — Cool 
Spring, 20 yrs., Jonesboro, 26 yrs., Blackstone, July 1882- July 1886 ; 
miss. A. B. P. S. among colored people, Va., 1871-72; agt. R. C. 1873. 
d. Blackstone, May 4, 1890. D.D., Col. C. 1873. 

*Elijah Withington Tucker. 1. 

b. Dorchester, Mass., Mar. 31, 1810. Br. U. 1838; A. T. S. 1838-39, 
1840-41; ord. (Cong.) Sept. 15, 1841; p. Cong, ch., South Newmarket, 
N. H., 1841-45; Chatham, Mass., 1846-52; Essex, Conn., 1852-53; 
Lebanon, 1853-58; Preston, 1858-65; Northfield, Conn., 1865-66. d. 
Litchfield, Aug. 6, 1866. 

1842 

*TIMOTHY BAILEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Tewksbury, Mass., Jan. 13, 1807. ord. Oxford, Me., Feb. 15, 1843; 
p. Oxford, 1843-46; miss. West Simcoe, Can., 3 yrs.; health failed; 
w. c. Dover, Mass. ; occ. s. d. Dover, Aug. 10, 1891. 

*LEWIS BARROWS. 3. Grad. 

b. Monson, Mass., Apr. 2, 1813. W. C. 1939; ord. Woolwich, Me., 
Apr. 4, 1843; p. Woolwich, 1843-44; Dexter, 1844-48; s. Hampden, 6 
mos.; p. Old Town, 1849-50; West Waterville, 1850-52; West Harps- 
well, 1852-54; Kennebunk, 1854-55; Plaistow, N. H., 1855-57; ev. la., 
1859-61; agt. A. F. B. Soc, 111., Mo., and la., 20 yrs.; ev. 111., 4 yrs.; 



Students — 1842 55 

p. Reilly, Nebr., 1884-?; Rock Island, 111., Davenport, la.; p. Cong, 
ch., Bartlett, Nebr. d. Bartlett, Sept. 6, 1889. 

^FREDERICK LYMAN BATCHELDER. 3. Grad. 

b. Andover, N. H., Jan. 17, 1815. Br. U. 1839; ord. West Medway, 
Mass., Aug. 23, 1843 ; act. p. East Longmeadow, May 1843-Apr. 1845 ; 
p. Grand River Assoc, Mich., 1845-51; act. p. East Longmeadow, 
Mass., 1852-May 1853; p. Stafford, Conn., 1853-60; s. various chs., 
1860-66; res. Stafford, 1866-1910; p. em., and filled several pub. off. in 
Stafford, d. East Milton, Mass., Jan. 15, 1910. 

* ANDREW DUNN. 3. Grad. 

b. Gardner, Mass., June 15, 1813. ord. Winchendon, Aug. 20, 1842 ; 
p. Royalston and Winchendon, ch., 1842- July 1847; Winchendon, 
1848-52; Holden, 1853; North Bridgewater, 1854; Weymouth, 1855- 
58; Chatham, 1858-60; Still River, 1860-63; East Gloucester, 1863- 
67; East Haverhill, 1867-71; Rowley, 1871-74; West Newbury, 1874- 
78; East Brookfield, 1878-81; Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1881- July 1887; 
West Royalston, Mass., Aug. 1887-91; w. c. Royalston, 1891-1901. 
d. Royalston, July 13, 1901. 

*ROBERT ALEXANDER FYFE. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Andre, Can., Oct. 20, 1817. H. L. T. I.; ord. Brookline, Aug. 
25, 1842; p. Perth, Can., 1842-43; pres. Bapt. C, Montreal, 1843; p. 
March St. ch., Toronto, 1844-48; Perth, 1848-49; Warren, R. I., 1849- 
53; Milwaukee, Wis., 1853-55; Bond St. ch., Toronto, 1855-60; prin. 
Can. L. I. and prof. Theol., 1860-78. d. Toronto, Sept. 4, 1878. 
D.D., M. U. 1858. 

*SERENO HOWE. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 9, 1818. Br. U. 1839; ord. Charlestown, 
Apr. 29, 1842; p. Hingham, 1842-49; 3d ch., Lowell, 1849-56; Marsh- 
field, 1856-62 ; South Abington, now Whitman, 1862-67 ; memb. Mass. 
leg. 1862, 1867; w. c. Norwell and Hingham, 1867-1906. d. Hingham, 
Mar. 8, 1906. 

-THOMAS EBENEZER KEELEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Ridgemont, Eng., June 22, 1814. W. C. 1839 ; ord. Haverhill, Sept. 
29, 1942; p. Kingston, 1842-53; Medford, 1854-57; South Danvers, 
1857-61; River Falls, Wis., 1862-63; Hudson, 1863-70; Warren, 1871- 
72; w. c. Hudson, 1872-80. d. Hudson, Oct. 6, 1880. 

*MOSES JONES KELLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. New Sharon, Me., July 18, 1817. W. C. 1838; ord. East Long- 
meadow, Sept. 14, 1842; p. East Longmeadow, 1842-53; Mendon, 
N. Y., 1843-44; Saugerties, 1844-45; Amenia, 1845-46; ev. Mass., 
1846-48; p. Old Town, Me., 1848-49; ev. Me., 1849-62, with brief set., 
Frankfort, Gardiner, Nobleboro, twice, 1849-55; Liberty, Cherryfield, 
1855-Aug. 1858; Jefferson, Aug. 1858-Sept. 1861; chapl. 6th Me. 
Vols., Aug. 1862- Aug. 1864; ev. 111., 1865-66; ev. Me., and miss. Me. 
Miss. Bapt. Conv., 1866-69; chapl. Togus mil. Asylum, 1869-70; chapl. 
reg. army, 1870-79; on ret. list, 1879-98; ev. Damariscotta, Me., 
Coopers Mills, and s. Bowdoinham, 1879-82; ev. Minneapolis, Minn., 
and vie, 1882-83, 1885-98; p. St. James, 1883-85. d. Damariscotta, 
Me., Aug. 25, 1898. 

*JAMES SESSIONS MIMS. 3. Grad. 

b. Fayetteville, N. C, Feb. 10, 1817. Col. C; prof. F. T. I. 1943-55. 
d. Greenville, S. C, June 14, 1855. D.D. 

*EZEKRIEL GILMAN ROBINSON. 3.5. Grad. 

b. Attleboro, Mass., Mar. 23, 1815. Br. U. 1838; ord. Nov. 1842; p. 



56 Students — 1842 

Norfolk, Va., 1842-45; Cambridge, Mass., 1845-46; prof. Bib. Interp., 
West. Bapt. Theol. I., Covington, Ky., 1846-50; p. 9th St. ch., Cin- 
cinnati, 0., 1850-53; prof. Theol. R. T. S., 1853-72, pres. 1860-72; 
pres. and prof. Phil., Br. XL, 1872-89; s. several chs., Philadelphia, 
Pa., and Baltimore, Md., 1889-91; prof. Eth. and Apol., U. Chic., 
1892-94; lect. A. T. S., Y. D. S., C. T. S.; author; ed. Christian Re- 
view, 1859-64. d. Boston, Mass., June 13, 1894. D.D., Br. U. 1853 ; 
LL.D., Br. U. 1872, H. U. 1886. 

*JACOB RICHARDSON SCOTT. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 1, 1815. Br. U. 1836; tea. Hyannis, Mass., 
1836-38; Brookline, 1839-40; (N. T. I. 1838-39, 1840-42) ; ord. Peters- 
burg, Va., Sept. 26, 1842; p. Petersburg, 1842-44; Hampton, 1844-47; 
chapl. U., Charlottesville, 1847-49; p. Portland, Me., 1849-53; Fall 
River, Mass., 1853-54; Rochester, N. Y., 1854-57; Yonkers, 1858-60; 
supt. schs., Maiden, Mass., 1861. d. Maiden, Dec. 10, 1861. 

*LUTHER STONE. 3. Grad. 

b. North Oxford, Mass., Sept. 26, 1815. Br. U. 1839; ord. North 
Oxford, Oct. 3, 1843; s. East Boston, 1843; Ellsworth, Me., 1843-spg. 
1844; Burlington, la., Mar.- July, 1845; Henry, Rock Island, White- 
side, and Lee Cos., July 1845-Apr. 1846; p. Rockford, 111., Apr. 1846- 
July 1847; act. p. 1st ch., Chicago, July 1847- July 1848; ed. Watch- 
man of the Prairies, Chicago, Aug. 1847-July 1853; res. Chicago, 
1847-90. d. Chicago, July 9, 1890. 



*Charles Manning Bowers. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 10, 1817. Br. U. 1838; ord. Sept. 9, 1841; p. 
Lexington, 1841-45; Clinton, Mar. 1847- Apr. 1886; memb. Mass. leg. 
1855-1856; p. Spencer, May 1886-Nov. 1895; w. c. Clinton, 1895-1907; 
author, many memorial sketches ; cont. to press, d. Clinton, Aug. 24, 
1907. D.D., Br. U. 1870. 

*Alfred Colburn. 0.5. 

b. Boston, Mass., June 26, 1815. Br. U. 1838 ; ord. Westfield, June 1, 
1842; p. Westfield, 1842-44; Saeo, Me., 1844-46; Warwick, R. L, Apr. 
1846-Apr. 1848; Sharon, Mass., July 1848-Oct. 1851; w. c. Boston, 
1852-56; p. South Adams, 1856-57; Hampton Falls, N. H., Nov. 1859- 
63; Bradford, June 1863-Oct. 1867; Chelmsford, Mass., Oct. 1867- 
Nov. 1868; Raynham, Oct. 1870-72; Taunton, Oct. 1872-73; Hopkin- 
ton, 1873-76; Conway, 1876-77; w. c. Worcester, Sept. 1877-92. d. 
Worcester, Feb. 27, 1892. 

*William Douglas. 0.5. 

b. Pollock Shaws, near Glasgow, Scot. Dec. 25, 1812. Br. U. 1839; ord. 
Providence, R. I., Feb. 6, 1850; city miss, in Providence throughout 
life; off. pos. ; agt. Fern. Dom. Miss. Soc, June 1837-Sept. 1839, Apr. 
1840- Jan. 1856; gen. agt. Providence Aid Soc, Jan. 1856- July 1864; 
regis. Br. U., July 1864-Sept. 1879; chapl. Dexter Asylum, June 1837- 
62; chapl. R. I. State Prison, 1856-Dec. 1877. d. Providence, Sept. 
29, 1887. 

*William Lamson. 2. 

b. Danversport, Mass., Feb. 22, 1813. W. C. 1835; tut. W. C; ord. 
1836; p. Gloucester, 1836-39; Thomaston, Me., 1840-42; Gloucester, 
Mass., 1842-48; Portsmouth, N. H., 1848-59; Brookline, Mass., 1859- 
75. d. Gloucester, Nov. 29, 1882. D.D., W. C. 1856. 

*Josiah McWhinnie. 1. (E.) 

b. Glasgow, Scot., Apr. 28. 1810. d. Newton Centre, May 1, 1840. 

*George Whitney Patch. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 30, 1817. Br. U. 1839; ord. Oct. 20, 1841; p. 



Students — 1843 57 

Wenham, 1841-43; Sharon, 1843-48; Marblehead, 1848-74; memb. 
Mass. leg. 1864, 1865. d. Cambridgeport, Dec. 24, 1875. 

*Samuel Richards. 1. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 24, 1813. Br. U. 1838; ord. Sutton, Apr. 
1842; p. Sutton, 1842- Apr. 1843; Edgartown, Oct. 1844-Dec. 1847; 
Jefferson St. ch., Providence, R. I., Dec. 1847-52; tea. Salem, N. J., 
2 yrs.; Providence, R. I., 1857-73; lit. work, Providence, d. Provi- 
dence, Aug. 25, 1883. 

*John Gano Richardson. 1. 

b. Methuen, now Lawrence, Mass., Mar. 18, 1815. Br. U. 1839; ord. 
Milford, N. H., Apr. 1841; p. Milford, 1841-45; South Danvers, now 
Peabody, Mass., 1845-47; Lawrence, 1847-53; Newburyport, 1853-56 
Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 1856- July 1862; Cumberland Hill, 1862-64 
Jefferson St. ch., Providence, 1864-71; Medford, Mass., 1871-77 
Paterson, N. J., 1877; w. c. Goshen, N. Y., 1877-90; author, sermons, 
lectures on slavery, U. S. constitution, temperance, d. Goshen, June 
14, 1890. 

^Benjamin Franklin Shaw. 1. 

b. Gorham, Me., Oct. 26, 1815. W. C. 1833-36; D. C. 1837; tea. 1837- 
39; ord. China, Me., Mar. 16, 1843; p. China, 1843-53; health failed; 
in bus. Damariscotta ; p. Libertv, 1860-64; Thomaston, 1864-66; 
Waterville, 1866-69; Dexter, 1870-72; Skowhegan, 1872-73; miss, 
labor in other chs. ; res. Waterville, 1870-97. d. Waterville, Feb. 23, 
1897. D.D., C. U. 1874. 

*Henry Greene Stewart. 2. 

b. East Clarendon, Vt., Apr. 25, 1811. Br. U. 1839; ord. Cumberland 
Hill, R. I., Aug. 12, 1841; p. Cumberland Hill, 1841-50; Seekonk, 
Mass., 1850-52; memb. Mass. leg. 2 yrs.; agt. A. F. B. Soc. 1852-60; 
p. Warwick, R. I., 1860-63 ; agt. Freedmen's Bur. 1863-65 ; miss. R. I. 
State Conv. 1867-70; Indian agt., S. E. Nevada, 1870-71. d. Panaca, 
Nev., July 6, 1871. 

^William Augustus White. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 21, 1821. Br. U. ; serv. with St. Peter's Epis. 
ch., Butler, Pa., 1840-43, 1845-46; St. James ch., Downingtown, 1844; 
ord. dea., Mass., Sept. 28, 1842; pt. Pa., 1846; r. St. Timothy's ch., 
Roxborough, 1847-77 ; itin. miss. 1878 ; r. St. John's ch., New London, 
Pa., 1879-84; ch. of the Holy Innocents, Tacony, Philadelphia, 1884- 
Mar. 1897. d. Philadelphia, June 1, 1898. 

1843 

*OLIVER FISKE. 3. Grad. 

b. Holliston, Mass., July 22, 1819. Br. U. 1840; not ord.; far. North 
Tewksbury, 1844-62; in bus. Boston, 1862-65; far. North Andover, 
1865-71; North Tewksbury, 1871-73; res. Lowell, 1873-85; North 
Chelmsford, May 1885-1904. d. North Chelmsford, May 2, 1904. 

* ABRAHAM HOLLEY GRANGER. 3. Grad. 

b. Suffield, Conn., Oct. 10, 1815. W. C. 1939; ord. Warren, Me., Nov. 
2, 1843; p. Warren, 1843-54; 4th ch., Providence, R, I., 1854-77; 
Burrillville, 1881-91. d. Harrisville, Burrillville, July 22, 1894. 
D.D., W. C. 1864. 

*SILAS LIVERMORE. 3. Grad. 

b. Oxford, Mass., Mar. 15, 1812. Br. U. 1842 (N. T. 1. 1837-39, 1842- 
43) ; ord, Va., Sept. 14, 1857; health failed; tea. and pr., and agt., Va., 
N. C., Pa., Mo., Ky., and Ark, ; res. Shelbyville, 111. ; Germantown, Pa. 
d. Germantown, Mar. 31, 1894. 



58 Students — 1843 

*EPENETUS ALEXIS MARSHALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Columbia, Ga., Feb. 12, 1821. Col. C. 1939; not ord.; ed. and s.; 
pres. Marshall C, Ga. ; filled important State off. d. Jan. 3, 1870. 

^STEPHEN HERVEY MIRICK. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 9, 1819. W. C. 1838; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Nov. 1843; p. Cent, ch., Philadelphia, 6 mos., 1843-44; s. Charlottes- 
ville, Va., a few mos.; tea. Charlottesville, 1845-53; Washington, D. C., 
1853-57; p. Camden, N. J., 1858; Lewisburg, Pa., 1859-66; in govt, 
employ, Washington, D. C, 1867-83; ed. and writers, d. Washington, 
Oct. 29, 1883. 

*GEORGE WHITEFIELD SAMSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Harvard, Mass., Sept. 29, 1819. Br. IT. 1839; ord. Washington, 
D. C, Aug. 31, 1843; p. E St. ch., Washington, 1843-50; 1852-59; 
Jamaica Plain, Mass., 1850-52; pres. Col. C, 1859-71; p. 1st ch., 
Washington, D. C, 1860-64; pres. Rutgers Fern. C, New York, N. Y., 
1871-75; p. 1st ch., Harlem, 1873-81; 53rd St. ch., New York, 1881- 
84; pres. Bib. Workers' C, New York, 1884-96; pres. Rutgers Fern. 
C, 1886-96 ; author, d. New York, Aug. 8, 1896. D.D., Col. C. 1858 ; 
LL.D., Bay. U. 



*Martin Brewer Anderson. 1. 

b. Brunswick, Me., Feb. 12, 1815. W. C. 1840; not ord.; tut. W. C. 
1841; s. E St. ch., Washington, D. C, 1842-43; prof. Rhet., W. C. 
1843-50; ed. New York Recorder, 1850-53; pres. U. R., 1853-88; prof. 
Polit. Econ., 1888-90, prof. Intel, and Mor. Phil., 1889; res. Fla., 1889. 
d. Lake Helen, Fla., Feb. 26, 1890; LL.D., W. C. 1853; U. State N. Y. 
1883; L.H.D., C. C. 1887. 

*Edwin Buxton Bullard. 1.5. 

b. Shrewsbury, Vt., Sept. 12, 1813. H. L. T. I. 1836-39; ord. Middle- 
town, Vt., July 9, 1840; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, 1843-47. d. Maul- 
main, Apr. 5, 1847. 

* Samuel Glover. 2. 

b. Kingston, Mass., 1819. Br. U. 1839. d. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 21, 
1842. 

^William Stevens Knapp. 2. 

b. Raynham, Mass., Sept. 19, 1812. W. C. 1840; ord. Sept. 11, 1845; 
p. Plainfield, Conn., and Mechanicsville, 1842-45; Bloomfield, 1847- 
49; Johnstown, N. Y., 1850; Lanesboro, Mass., 1850-51; Canaan, 
N. Y., 1851-55. d. Canaan, Aug. 14, 1855. 

* George Knox. 1. 

b. Saco, Me., Oct. 24, 1816. W. C. 1840 ; ord. ; p. Topsham, Me., 1841- 
45; Cornish, 1845-47; Lewiston, 1847-60; Brunswick, 1860-61; Law- 
rence, Mass., 1861-63; chapl. 3d Me. Vols. d. Va., Oct. 31, 1864. 

*Thomas Hicks Mudge. 2. 

b. Orrington, Me., Sept. 23, 1815. Wes. U. 1840; U. T. S. 1842-43; 
ord. Lowell, Mass., June 29, 1845; Meth. itin., Mass., 1843-47; prof. 
Sac. Lit., McKendree C, Lebanon, 111., 1847-62; prof. Sac. Lit., Baker 
U., Baldwin City, Kans., 1862. d. Baldwin City, July 24, 1862. 

*Hervey Isaac Parker. 1. 

b. Cavendish, Vt., Nov. 12, 1812. D. C. 1 yr. ; H. U. 1840; ord. Man- 
chester, Vt., Feb. 1842; p. Manchester, 1842-46; Burlington, 1846-54; 
agt. Fairfax I. and Way U., Wis., 2 yrs. each ; p. Beaver Dam, 1856- 
61; Austin, Minn., 1861-72; Visalia, Calif., 1873; Santa Barbara, 
1874-77; Santa Ana, 1877-83. d. Riverside, Jan. 30, 1885. D.D., 
Calif. C. 1881. 



Students — 1844 59 

♦Joseph Stockbridge. 1. 

b. Yarmouth, Me., July 14, 1811. B. C. 1830; H. U. Law Sch.; ord. 
New York, N. Y., 1842; chapl. U. S. Navy, Sept. 1841-73; on ret. list, 
1873-94; asst. ed. New York Recorder; asst. ed. National Baptist, aut. 
1865-Apr. 1867; w. c. Plainfield, N. J., and Philadelphia, Pa., July 
1873-94. d. Philadelphia, Nov. 16, 1894. D. D., West. U., Pa., 1868. 

*Henry Griggs Weston. 2. 

b. Lynn, Mass., Sept. 11, 1820. Br. U. 1840; ord. Frankfort, Ky., 
May 1843; p. Washington, III, 1843-46; Peoria, 1846-59; Oliver St. 
ch., New York, N. Y., 1859-68; pres. C. T. S., and Mrs. John P. Crozer 
prof. Preaching and Past. Dut., 1868-1909 ; author ; ed. Baptist Quar- 
terly, 1869-76. d. Upland, Pa., Feb. 6, 1909. D.D., U. R. 1859; 
LL.'D., Br. U., Bu. U., and S. W. U. 1891, D. U., 1896. Son of John 
Equality Weston, class of 1826. 

1844 

*OBIL WINSOR BRIGGS. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterville, Me., Aug. 1820. Br. U. 1840 ; ord. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 
22, 1844; p. Baltimore; Alexandria, Va. ; Philadelphia, Pa.; Brook- 
lyn, N. Y. ; chapl. U. S. Army in civ. war; w. c. San Francisco, Calif.; 
Berkeley, d. San Francisco, Nov. 11, 1902. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON GATE. 3. Grad. 

b. Sanbornton, N. H., Feb. 1815. Br. U. 1841; ord. Barre, 1844; p. 
Barre, 1844-48. d. Barre, May 13, 1849. 

*WILLIAM CHAUNCY CHILD. 3. Grad. 

b. Johnstown, N. Y., Aug. 1817. U. C. 1840; ord. Charlestown, Oct. 
30, 1844; p. Charlestown, 1844-50; Framingham, 1851-59; dist. sec. 
A. T. Soc. 1861-69; A. B. P. S. 1869-73; ed. dept. Watchman and Re- 
flector, 1873-75. d. Boston, Jan. 14, 1876. D.D., U. C. 

*BENJAMIN ALEXANDER EDWARDS 3. Grad. 

b. Framingham, Mass., Mar. 24, 1812. Br. U. 1841; ord. Jan. 1845; 
p. Grafton, 1845-49; Watertown, 1850-54; Newtonville, 1854-56; Ply- 
mouth, 1856-60; Holliston, 1860-65; Sharon, 1865-72; Bolton, 1872- 
79. d. Bolton, Feb. 28, 1879. 

*PETER CUTTINER EDWARDS. 3. Grad. 

b. Myrtle Hill, S. C, Feb. 8, 1819. S. C. C. 1840; U. T. S. 1844-45; 
prof. Bib. Lit. and Exeg., F. T. I., 1846-58; prof. Anc. Lang., Fur. U., 
1858-67. d. Greenville, S. C, May 15, 1867. 

*ORSON GAYLORD FOSTER. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Whiting, Vt. 1816. Mid. C. 1840 (N. T. I. 1840- Jan. 1842, May, 
1843-44); tea. Judson Col. L, Miss., 1844-45; colp. A. T. Soc. d. 
Claiborne, Ala., Mar. 21, 1845. 

*JOSEPH CHARLES HARTSHORN. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 27, 1812. Br. U. 1841; ord. Georgetown, Oct. 
1844; p. Georgetown, 1844-48; health failed; in bus. Providence, R. I., 
1850-84; w. c. Newton Centre, Mass., 1884-89; fd. Hartshorn Mem. 
C, Richmond, Va., 1884. d. Newton Centre, July 11, 1889. 

*THOMAS MERRILL. 3. Grad. 

b. Newbury, Mass., May 19, 1814. W. C. 1841; ord. Mar. 1846; p. 
Baring, Me., 1846-47; health failed; w. c. Newburyport, Mass., 1847- 
49. d. Sacramento, Calif., Oct. 24, 1849. 

*CHARLES PLATTS. 3. Grad. 

b. Saybrook, Conn., July 28, 1808. Gr. C. 1840; ord. Homer, O., Feb. 
18, 1846; p. Owl Creek, 1846-51; Springfield and Fairfield; Middle- 



60 Students — 1844 

town; Beaver Creek; health failed; s. Mattoon, 111. d. Denmark, la., 
Dec. 21, 1876. 

♦HORACE RICHARDSON. 3. Grad. 

6. Cornish, N. H., Dec. 2, 1814 D. C. 1841; ord. Keene, N. H., 1845; 
p. Keene, IV2 yrs.; West Acton, Mass., 1846-53; lone, Calif.; Vol- 
cano; Petaluma; San Pablo, agt. Freedmen's Bur.; agt. Calif. Bib. 
Soc; agt. Nev. Bib. Soc, 1874-76. d. Oakland, Calif., Mar. 15, 1876. 

*JOHN CALVIN STOCKBRIDGE. 3. Grad. 

6. Yarmouth, Me., June 14, 1818. B. C. ; Br. U. 1838; tea. Cumming- 
ton, Mass., 1838-39; Warren, R, I., 1839-41; ord. Waterville, Me., 
Jan. 8, 1845; p. Waterville, 1844-47; Woburn, Mass., 1847-52; act. p. 
1st ch., Providence, R. I., 1852-53; p. Charles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 
1853-61; act. p. Baldwin PI. ch., 1861-62; chapl. Deer Island, 1862; 
act. p. Cary Ave. ch., Chelsea, Jan. 1863-Feb. 1865; p. Free St. ch., 
Portland, Me., aut. 1865-67; tea. Providence, R. L, 1867-77; act. p. 3d 
ch., Providence, 3 yrs.; author; res. Providence, 1877-96. d. Provi- 
dence, Apr. 3, 1896. D.D., H. U. 1859. 

1845 

*KAZLITT ARVINE, formerly SILAS WHEELOCK PALMER. 

3. Grad. 
b. Centerville, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1819. Wes. U. 1841; ord. Nov. 6. 1845; 
p. Woonsocket, R. I., 1845-47; Providence ch., New York, N. Y., 1847- 
49; West Boylston, Mass., 1849-51; author, d. Worcester, July 15, 
1851. Name changed by Mass. leg. Mar. 16, 1844. 

♦KENDALL BROOKS. 3. Grad. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., Sept. 3, 1821. Br. U. 1841; tut. Col. C. 1841-43; 
ord. Roxbury, Aug. 31, 1845; p. Eastport, Me., 1845-52; assoc. sec. 
A. B. P. S., 1852-53; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil., W. C, 1852-55; p. 
Fitchburg, Mass., 1855-65; ed. National Baptist, 1865-68; pres. Kal. 
C, 1868-86; prof. Alma C, Alma, Mich., Sept. 1888-98. d. Alma, 
Feb. 15, 1898. D.D., Br. U. 1866. 

Admitted Oct. 6, 1842, but excused after a month to complete his work at 
Columbian; readmitted to his class upon his return several months later. 

*ISAAC JULIAN BURGESS. 3. Grad. 

b. Batavia, Java, Jan. 4, 1820. Br. U. 1842; ord. Pomfret, Conn., 
Oct. 9, 1845; p. Pomfret, 1845-47; Limerock, R. I., 1847-51; agt. Am. 
S. S. Un. 1851-53; p. 1st ch., Calais, Me., 1853-65; Allendale, R. I., 
and Allen ville, 1865-67; U. S. Christ. Cmn., 6 weeks in 1864; p. West 
Dedham, Mass., 1867-71 ; 3d ch., Middleboro, 1871-75 ; Hampton Falls, 
N. H., 1876-June 1885; w. c. East Dedham, Mass., Oct. 1887-96; s. 
Canaan, N. H., Aug. 1892-Sept. 1893; w. c. Hyde Park, Mass., 1896- 
1903. d. Hyde Park, Feb. 26, 1903. 

*SAMUEL LUNT CALDWELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Nov. 13, 1820. W. C. 1839; s. Alexandria, 
Va., win. 1845-46; ord. Bangor, Me., Aug. 1846; p. 1st ch., Bangor, 
June 1846-June 1858; 1st ch., Providence, R. I., June 1858-Sept. 
1873; prof. Ch. Hist., N. T. I., 1873-78; pres. Vassar C, 1878-85; w. c. 
Providence, R. I., 1885-89; author, d. Providence, Sept. 26, 1889. 
D.D., W. C. 1858; LL.D., Br. U. 1884. 

*CHARLES KENDRICK COLVER. 3. Grad. 

b. Clarendon, Vt., May 22, 1821. Br. U. 1842; ord. Watertown, Jan. 
8, 1846; p. Watertown, 1846-50; Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, 1850- 
54; Detroit, Mich., 1857-58; Charlestown, Mass., 1858-60; Abington, 
1860-61; Andover, 1861-64; Elgin, 111., 1864-68; Mt. Carroll, Ind., 



Students — 1845 61 

1868-?; New Lisbon, Wis., May 1871-May 1873; Menomonie, 1873-75; 
River Falls, 1875-79?; w. c. Chicago, 111., 1879-96. d. Chicago, Oct. 
24, 1896. 

*HENRY VAUGHAN DEXTER. 3. Grad. 

b. Wayne, Me., Apr. 3, 1815. W. C. 1842; ord. Brookline, Sept. 7, 
1845; p. 2d ch., Calais, Me., Sept. 1845-Apr. 1854; Augusta, Sept. 
1854- June 1860; 2d ch., Calais, Oct. 1860-Apr. 1869; Kennebunkport, 
Apr. 1869-Apr. 1871 ; Baldwinsville, Mass., Oct. 1871-Oct. 1875. d. 
Baldwinsville, July 23, 1884. D.D., C. U. 1871. 

*EBENEZER DODGE. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., Apr. 22, 1819. Br. U. 1840; tea. Shelburne Falls, 
Mass., 1840-42; tea. Heb. Newport, Ky., 1845-46; ord. Salem, Mass., 
Sept. 3, 1845; p. New Hampton, N. H., 1846-49; New London, 1849- 
53; prof. Bib. Crit. and Interp., H. T. S., 1853-60, prof. Theol., 1860- 
90, pres. M. U. 1868-90 ; author ; cont. to reviews, d. Hamilton, N. Y., 
Jan. 5, 1890. D.D., Br. U. 1861 ; LL.D., U. Chic. 1869. 

*LUTHER DANA HILL 2. Grad. 

b. Newport, O., Dec. 6, 1816. Mar. C. 1842; L. T. S. 1842-43; p. 
Chillicothe, O., 1846; ord. Woonsocket, R. I., Dec. 9, 1847; p. Woon- 
socket, 1847-51; Dover, N. H., 1851-54; Turner, Me., 1854-60; Thom- 
aston, 1860-62; Bath, 1866-70; Reading, Mass., 1870-74; Waldoboro, 
Me., 1874-79; Buxton, 1879-81; Springvale, 1881-82; s. s. Lyman, 
1882-83; p. South St. George, 1883-84. d. Waldoboro, Aug. 29, 1884. 

*JOHN HUNT. 3. Grad. 

b. Lowell, Mass., Oct. 17, 1822. Br. U. 1842; U. T. S. 1845-46; ord. 
Richmond, N. H., Nov. 14, 1849; min. and tea., Sutton, aut. 1846-47; 
Drewsville, 1847-48; Richmond, aut. 1848-53; near Rutland Vt., 1853- 
54; Hollis, N. H., 1854-55; Hinesburg, Vt., 1855-56; Wendell, Mass., 
spg. 1856-61 ; Dublin, now Chesham, N. H., aut. 1862-67 ; tea. and pr., 
Pleasant Valley, now Plain City, O., 1867-1912; res. I. O. O. F. Home, 
Springfield, Feb. 1912-Dec. 1923. d. Springfield, Dec. 15, 1923. 

*SILAS WHEELOCK PALMER, see KAZLITT ARVINE. 

*HEMAN LINCOLN. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 14, 1821. Br. U. 1840 ; ord. Boston, Sept. 21, 
1845; p. New Britain, Pa., 1845-50; Philadelphia, 1850-53; Jamaica 
Plain, Mass., 1853-59; Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., 1860-68; prof. Ch. 
Hist., N. T. I., 1868-73, 1878-87, prof. Homil., Past Dut., and Ch. Pol., 
1873-78; author; ed. Christian Chronicle, 1848-53; ed. Watchman and 
Reflector, 1854-67. d. Newton Centre, Mass., Oct. 18, 1887. D. D., 
U. R. 1865. Son of Ensign Lincoln, trustee. 

*JULIUS SMITH SHAILER 3. Grad. 

b. Haddam, Conn., May 21, 1813. Br. U. V/ 2 yrs.; prin. C. L. I. 3 
yrs. ; tea. Middletown, Conn., 2 yrs. ; ord. 1845 ; p. 2d ch. ; Roxbury, 
Mass., 1845-54; in bus. Roxbury. d. Roxbury, Apr. 4, 1881. 



* William Batchelder Greene. 2. (E.) 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 1, 1819. U. S. Mil. A.; lieut. U. S. Army; p. 
Unit, ch., Brookfield; col. 14th Mass. Vols. d. Weston, Eng., May 30, 
1878. 

*John Sexton James. 2. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., 1818. Br. U. 1842; Jef. Med. C. 1844-46; M.D.; 
med. miss. S. B. C, China, 1846-48; drowned, Hong Kong, Apr. 15, 
1848. 

*Isaac Niles. 2. 

b. Willington, Conn., 1816. H. L. T. I. 1842; not ord.; act. p. 



62 Students — 1845 

Lebanon, 0., 1845-50?; in grain bus., Chicago, 111. d. Chicago, Mar. 
4, 1877. 

*Josiah Torrey Smith. 2. 

b. Williamstown, Mass., Aug. 4, 1815. Wms. C. 1842; ord. Lanes- 
boro, May 1845; p. Lanesboro, 1845-46; Sandisfield, Oct. 1846-51; 
Hinsdale, 1851-53; Sandisfield, 1853-54; Bristol, Conn., spg. 1854-56; 
Amherst, Mass., aut. 1856-65; Woodstock, Conn., spg. 1865-68; War- 
wick, R. I., aut. 1868-83 ; memb. R. I. leg., 1876 ; p. Royalston, Mass., 
1883-88. d. Royalston, May 17, 1888. D.D., Cent. U. 1880. 

*Franklin Wilson. 2. 

b. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 8, 1822. Br. U. 1841; ord. Baltimore, Md., 
Jan. 18, 1846; p. Waverly, 1845-46; Huntington, 1846-47; High St. 
ch., Baltimore, Apr. 1847-52; ed. True Union, 1851-57, 1861; ed. 
Christian Review, 1857-59 ; ed. Maryland Baptist, 1865 ; sec. Exec. Bd. 
Md. Bapt. Un. Assoc, 1846-74; asst. p. Franklin Sq. ch., Baltimore, 
1854-96; author, d. Baltimore, Oct. 14, 1896. D.D., Col. C. 1865. 

1846 

*AMORY GALE. 3. Grad. 

b. Royalston, Mass., Aug. 24, 1815. Br. U. 1843; ord. Ware, Nov. 11 
1846; p. Ware, 1846-50; Lee, 1850-57; Minneapolis, Minn., 1857-58 
gen. supt. miss., Minn., 1858-74; in Europe and Palestine, 1874 
author, d. Jaffa, Syria, Nov. 26, 1874. 

*ASA HOWARD GOULD. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., July 19, 1814. Br. U. 1842; ed. Watchman, 
1846-47; ord. Baring, Me., Aug. 1847; p. Baring, 1847-56; East 
Auburn, 1856-60; Lebanon, 1860-61; Alna, 1861-65; West Gardiner, 
1865-70 ; res. Livermore, s. chs., 1870-84. d. Livermore, July 6, 1884. 

*LYMAN JEWETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterford, Me., Mar. 9, 1813. Br. U. 1843; act. p. Webster, 1846- 
48; ord. Boston, Oct. 6, 1848; miss. A. B. M. U., Nellore, India, 1848- 
62, 1865-73; Madras, 1878-85; res. Fitchburg, Mass., 1885-97; author; 
trans. Revised New Testament into Telugu, 1882-85. d. Fitchburg, 
Jan. 7, 1897. D.D., Br. U. 1872. 

*CHARLES NEWHALL 3. Grad. 

b. Medford, Mass., Aug. 16, 1815. D. C. 1843; ord. Sutton, N. H., 
June 6, 1850 ; p. Sutton, Mar. 1848-Dec. 1851 ; Hanover, Mar. 1852- 
Apr. 1855 ; Stratham, Aug. 1855-Apr. 1859 ; Sanbornton, July 1859- 
Mar. 1861; Elm St. ch., Exeter, Apr. 1861 -Mar. 1870; Albany, Vt., 
Apr. 1870- July 1872; W. Harrisville, now Chesham, N. H., Apr. 1873- 
Oct. 1877; Brentwood, Nov. 1877-Nov. 1880; West Sutton, Mass., Dec. 
1880-Nov. 1884; W. Harrisville, N. H., May 1885-Mar. 1888; w. c. 
Chesham, 1888-99. d. Roxbury, near Chesham, Feb. 1899. 

*EDWARD WILLARD PRAY. 4. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., June 25, 1822. H. U. 1841; ord. Mt. Clemens, 
Mich., Feb. 1, 1848; p. Mt. Clemens, 1847-Oct. 1848; w. c. Boston, 
Mass.; p. Digby, N. S., Nov. 1849-Nov. 1850; tea. Boston, Mass.; p. 
New Ipswich, N. H., sum. 1853-Dec. 1854; North Reading, Mass., 
Mar. 1855-57; Buckfield, Me., Dec. 1858-61; East Brookfield, Mass., 
Jan. 1864-66; Tyringham, May 1866-68; West Hartford, Conn., Sept. 
1868-Mar. 1870; w. c. Wellesley, Mass., Nov. 1870-June 1872; Roches- 
ter, N. Y. d. Rochester, Feb. 10, 1888. 

*GEORGE SUMNER GODDARD SPENCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Dec. 21, 1819. Br. U. 1835; ord. West Wrentham, 
now Sheldonville, Mar. 31, 1847; p. West Wrentham, 1847-48; 



Students — 1847 63 

Augusta, Me., 1849-51; in bus. Salem, Mass., occ. s. d. Salem, Sept. 
6, 1863. 

*OAKMAN SPRAGUE STEARNS. 3. Grad. 

b. Bath, Me., Oct. 20, 1817. W.C. 1840; instr. Heb. N. T. I., 1846-47; 
ord. Southbridge, May 19, 1847; p. Southbridge, 1847-54; Newark, 
N. J., 1854-55; Newton Centre, Mass., 1855-68; prof. Bib. Lit. and 
Interp., N. T. I., 1868-70, Bib. Interp., 0. T., 1870-Aug. 1892, prof, 
em., Sept. 1892-Apr. 1893; author, d. Newton Centre, Apr. 20, 1893. 
D.D., W. C. 1863. 



*William Staughton Chase. 1. 

b. Washington, D. C, Dec. 12, 1822. Br. U. 1842; tut. Ala. 1842-43; 

not ord.; newsp. cor., Paris, France, 1843-48, 1851-56; lib. Am. A. 

Arts and Sciences, Boston, Mass., 1848-51; mer. Chicago, 111., 1856- 

59; prof. Mod. Lang., R. C, 1859-61; tea. Richmond, Va., 1861-65; 

ed. staff Herald, New York, N. Y., 1865-72; ed. staff Express, d. 

Paris, France, June 21, 1881. Son of Irah Chase, professor, 1825-45. 
*Samuel Cornelius Clopton. 2. 

b. New Kent Co., Va., Jan. 7, 1816. R. C; Col. C. 1841; miss, to 

China, 1846-47. d. Canton, July 7, 1847. 
-Reuben Albright Henry. 3. (E.) 

b. Bolton, Pa., Mar. 2, 1818. (N. T. I., 1842-44, 1845-46) ; not ord.; 

in bus. New York, N. Y. ; Jersey City, N. J. d. Jersey City, Nov. 3, 

1909. 

*Charles Wesley Hewes. 1. 

b. Lynnfield, Mass., Apr. 7, 1818. Br. U. 1843; ord. Lonsdale, R. I., 
Aug. 19, 1844; p. Lonsdale, 1844-50; Lansingburg, N. Y., 1850-57; 
tea. Troy, 1857-58; Indianapolis, Ind., 1858-67; Oakland, Calif. 1869- 
70; p. St. Helena, 1871-76; act. prin. Mills S., San Francisco, 1876- 
78; p. 5th ch., San Francisco, 1878-81. d. Oakland, Dec. 28, 1881. 

* Ansel Graves Jones. 3. (E.) 

b. Halifax, Vt., Dec. 31, 1810. N. T. I. 1843-46; ord.; labored as 
colp., Wilmington, Del. d. Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 1855. 
*David Greene Mason. 1. (E.) 

b. Chichester, N. H., Mar. 4, 1816. p. Henniker, N. H., 1844-56; 
health failed ; in bus. d. Keene, Mar. 14, 1862. 

* William Stowe. 2. (E.) 

b. New Haven, Conn., Aug. 6, 1810. T. C; ord. Charlestown, June 
25, 1845; p. Charlestown and Somerville ch., 1845-50; East Tisbury, 
1850-52; 1st ch., Colerain, 1852-55; Westerly, R. I., 1855-57; ord. 
dea. Epis. ch., Sept. 30, 1857, pt. Apr. 28, 1858; r. Bristol, 1857-65; 
Port Huron, Mich., 1865-74; Grand Haven, 1874-77; Clyde, N. Y., 
1877-82; Redwood City, Calif., and Belmont, 1883; Menlo Park, 1884- 
97; r. em. Menlo Park, 1897-99. d. Menlo Park, July 13, 1899. 
*Edwin Theodore Winkler. 2. 

b. Savannah, Ga., Nov. 13, 1823. Br. U. 1843; s. Columbus, Ga., 
1845 ; ord. 1846 ; ed. Christian Index; p. Albany, Ga., 1847-49 ; Gilli- 
sonville, S. C, 1849-52; ed. Southern Baptist and cor. sec. S. B. P. S., 
1852-54; p. Charleston, 1854-72; Marion, Ala., 1872-83; ed. Alabama 
Baptist, 1874; Augusta Transcript, Sacred Lute; Catechism, d. 
Marion, Nov. 10, 1883. D.D., Fur. U. 1858. 

1847 

*SAMUEL WATERS AVERY. 3. Grad. 

b. Jefferson, Me., July 4, 1814. W. C. 1840; ord. Lubec, Me., May 
1849; p. Lubec, 1849-51; Searsport, 1851-57; Fayette, 1857-63; Lis- 



64 Students — 1847 

bon Falls, 1863-67; in bus. Lisbon Falls, 1867-75. d. Lisbon Falls, 
Dec. 17, 1875. 

* ALBERT BALDWIN. 3. Grad. 

b. Orange, N. J., Sept. 1, 1814. Gr. C. 1844; ord. North Wrentham, 
Sept. 12, 1848; p. North Wrentham, 1848-50; Haddam, Conn., 1850- 
53; Winchendon, Mass., 1853-56; Lawrence, 111., 1860-61; Walworth, 
Wis., 1863-67. d. Walworth, Sept. 5, 1885. 

*ROBERT HENRY HARLOW. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 14, 1817. H. U. 1841 ; pr. in many places ; ord. 

Boston, Mass., July 10, 1859; p. Osterville, 1859-?; tea. Taunton; 

N. H. ; Boston, Mass., and vie. d. Wollaston, Oct. 14, 1906. 

* ANDREW LEVERING. 3. Grad. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 4, 1824. U. P. 1843; ord. Pottsville, Pa., 
Nov. 1847; p. Pottsville, June 1847-Jan. 1853; w. c. Philadelphia, 
1853-63. d. Philadelphia, Dec. 18, 1863. 

*JOSEPH HIGGINS MATHER. 3. Grad. 

b. Lyme, Conn., Sept. 26, 1820. Br. U. 2 yrs. d. Deep River, Conn., 
May 5, 1852. 

*LORENZO DOW ROYCE. 3. Grad. 

6. Sharon. Vt., Oct. 5, 1820. W. C. 1844; ord. Oct. 17, 1848; p. 2d 
ch., Thomaston, Me., 1848-50. d. Thomaston, Sept. 3, 1850. 

^JONATHAN EDWIN WHITAKER. 3.5. 

b. Wendell, Mass., Feb. 17, 1821. Br. U. 1844; not ord.; machinist 
and man. of sawmills, res. Wendell, 1847-51 ; Orange, 1851-52 ; Fitch- 
burg; Wendell; Athol; Shelbyville, Del., 1855-77; Whaleysville, Md., 
1877-91; Berlin, 1891-97. d. Berlin, Dec. 9, 1897. 



*Richard Lentell. 2.5. 

b. Weston, Mass., 1815. Br. U. 1844; ord. Conway, Mass., 1847; p. 
South Dartmouth, 2 yrs.; New Orleans, La. d. New Orleans, Sept. 
24, 1851. 

*Basil Manly. 1. 

b. Edgefield District, S. C, Dec. 19, 1823. U. A. 1843; P. T. S. 
1845-47; ord. Tuscaloosa, Ala., Jan. 30, 1848; p. Providence, 1848-49; 
s. Tuscaloosa, 1849-50 ; p. 1st ch., Richmond, Va., 1850-54 ; f d. Rich- 
mond Fern. Inst., pres. 1854-59 ; prof. Bib. Introd. and O. T. Interp., 
S. B. T. S., Greenville, S. C, 1859-71; s. or p. several chs. ; pres. G. C, 
1871-79; prof. Bib. Interp., O. T., S. B. T S., Louisville, Ky., 1879- 
92; joint compiler, Baptist Psalmody, 1850. d. Louisville, Jan. 31, 
1892. D.D., U. A. 1859; LL.D., A. C. A. 1874. 

*Roswell Cook Palmer. 1. (E.) 

b. Montville, Conn., May 10, 1816. H. L. T. I. 1834-36; ord. Hermi- 
tage, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1838; p. Wyoming; Middlebury; Attica; Beth- 
any; Alabama; 8 yrs. in cent. 111.; often asst. other p. in rev. d. 
Leroy, N. Y., July 8, 1881. 

*Samson Powers. 1.5. 

b. Waterville, Me., Oct. 28, 1815. W. C. 1844; tea. Townshend A.,. 
Vt., 1847-48; ord. Winthrop, Me., Jan. 1849; p. Winthrop, 1848-53; 
miss. Ellsworth, 1854; s. Addison, 1855-57; p. Mt. Vernon, 1857-65; 
s. Alfred, 1865-67; tea. Alfred, 1866-67; s. Acton, 1867-70; p. Litch- 
field, 1870-75; Monmouth, 1876-82; w. c. Litchfield, 1882-98. d. 
Lowell, Mass., Jan. 1, 1899. 

*George Woodbridge Stickney. 2. 

b. Clinton, Me., Mar. 20, 1826. W. C. 1844; ord. Camden, Me., Feb. 
1848; p. Camden, d. Waterville, Oct. 15, 1850. 



Students — 1848 65 

^Horace Wellington. 1.5. 

b. West Cambridge, now Belmont, Mass., Nov. 13, 1815. 0. C. 1844; 
0. T. S. 6 mos. in 1845; ord. (Cong.) Spring Arbor, Mich., Oct. 1847; 
pr. and tea. in Hills. C, Mich, 1846-49 ; p. Cong, ch., St. Johnsbury, 
Vt., 1850-60; Hartford, 1861-69; w. c. Boston Highlands, 1869-99. 
d. Roxbury, Nov. 20, 1899. 

*John Wilson Montgomery Williams. 1. 

b. Portsmouth, Va., Apr. 7, 1820. Col. C. 1843; ord. Norfolk, Va., 
Mar. 1846; p. Jerusalem, 1846-47; Lynchburg, 1847-50; 1st ch., Balti- 
more, Md., 1851- Jan. 1894; p. em. Jan.-Aug. 1894. d. Chapel Hill, 
N. C, Aug. 28, 1894. D.D., Col. C. 1866. 

1848 

*WILLIAM HADLEY EATON. 3. Grad. 

b. Goffstown, N. H., Sept. 4, 1818. Br. U. 1845; ord. Salem, Aug. 
16, 1849; p. 2d ch., Salem, 1849-Dec. 1854; agt. N. L. L. S. I., or 
C. A., 1854-56, 1866-67, 1889-90; p. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 1856-Feb. 
1870; agt. N. T. I. 1870-71; p. Keene, N. H., Sept. 1872- Apr. 1889; 
w. c. Nashua, 1889-96. d. Nashua, June 10, 1896. D.D., Br. U. 1867. 

*DAVID BARNES FORD. 3. Grad. 

b. South Scituate, now Norwell, Mass., Nov. 10, 1820. Br. U. 1845; 
asst. instr. Heb., N. T. I., 1847-49; ord. Canton, Sept. 25, 1851; p. 
Canton, 1851-54; occ. s. ; s. Marshfield, 1864-68; author; w. c. Han- 
over, 1885-1903. d. Hanover, May 3, 1903. D.D., Br. U. 1898. 

*FOSTER HENRY. 3. Grad. 

b. Perkinsville, Weathersfield, Vt., Apr. 7, 1817. Br. U. 1845; ord. 
Tyringham, Nov. 24, 1852; p. Tvringham, 1852-57; Pawtuxet, R. I., 
1857-61; Danversport, Mass., 1862-65; Newport, N. H., 1866-72; 
North Bennington, Vt., 1872-80; Cavendish, 1880-85; Hinsdale, N. H., 
1885-86. d. Hinsdale, Apr. 4, 1886. 

*ALVAH HOVEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Greene, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1820. D. C. 1844; pr. New Gloucester, Me., 
1848-49; ord. Boston, Mass., Jan. 13, 1850; asst. instr. Heb., N. T. I. 
1849-54; act. prof. Bib. Lit. and Interp., 1851-52; 1858-59; prof. 
Christ. Theol., 1854-70; prof. Theol. and Christ. Eth., 1870-99; prof. 
Gen. Introds. and Apol., 1899-1903; pres. 1868-98, act. prof. Bib. 
Interp., N. T., 1892-94; author, d. Newton Centre, Sept. 6, 1903. 
D.D., Br. U. 1856; LL.D., R. C. and D. U. 1876. 

See: "Alvah Hovey," by G. R. Hovey. Philadelphia, 1928. 

*JAMES MTJNROE SYMONDS. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., July 1817. Br. U. 1845; ord. Amesbury, June 14, 
1849; p. Amesbury, 1849. d. Salem, Oct. 17, 1849. 



*Presley Underwood Ewing. 1. (E.) 

b. Russellville, Logan Co., Ky., Sept. 1, 1822. G. C. 1844; not ord.', 

res. Logan Co., Ky. ; memb. leg. 1848, 1849; memb. Congress 1851, 

1853. d. Mammoth Cave, Ky., Sept. 27, 1854. 
* Allen Sabin Hutchins. 1. (E.) 

b. Spafford, N. Y., Dec. 8, 1817. Gr. C. 1843; tut. Gr. C, 1843-45; 

not ord.', tea. Norwalk, 0., Jan. 1849-Apr. 1855; act. pres. and prof. 

Lat. and Gr., Wayland A., Beaver Dam, Wis., three times between 

1857 and 1877. d. Madison, Wis., July 11, 1903. 
*John W. Johnson. 2. 

b. Effingham, N. H., Jan. 23, 1819. A. C. 2 yrs.; N. T. I. 1845-47; 

ord. June 3, 1847; miss. Hong Kong, China, 1846-60; Swatow, 1860- 

72. d. Swatow, Oct. 21, 1872. 



66 Students — 1848 

^Harrison Carleton Page. 1.5. 

b. Dunbarton, N. H., Jan. 15, 1820. Br. U. 1843; tut. Br. U. 1843-46. 
d. Newton Centre, Aug. 9, 1847. 

*Edgar Whidden. 2. 

b. St. George, N. B., Apr. 30, 1825. W. C. 1844; tea. Calais, Me., 
1851-52, p. m. 1853-61, city coun. 1862. jud. munic. ct. 1880-81, tri. 
just. 1880-87, adm. to bar 1884; U. S. con., St. Stephen, N. B., 1893- 
97; res. Calais, Me., 1831-Oct. 1897; Worcester, Mass., 1897-1904. 
d. Worcester, Feb. 8, 1904. 

1849 

*EDWARD COFFIN ANDERSON. 3. Grad. 

b. East Point, P. E. I., May 7, 1821. Ac. C. 1846; ord. Kalamazoo, 
Mich., Jan. 17, 1850; p. Kalamazoo, 1849-52; Amherst, Mass., 1852- 
53; Milford, N. H., 1853-58; prof. Gr. Kal. C, 1859-64; p. Marquette, 
Mich., 1864-65; Liverpool, N. S., 1865-66; Portland, Ore., 1866-70; 
San Jose, Calif., 1870-71; Groveland, Mass., 1872-73; prin. Peter- 
sham A., 1873-75; pres. Ottawa U., Ottawa, Kans., 1875-76; p. Lake 
City, Minn., 1876-80; pres. McMinnville, C, McMinnville, Ore., 1881- 
87; w. c. Iowa City, la., 1887-89. d. near Lansing, Mich., Jan. 29, 
1890. D.D., Cent. U. 1869. 

*ELEAZER JAMES AVERY. 3. Grad. 

b. Bozrah, Conn., Jan. 6, 1815. Br. U. 1845; ord. 1850; p. Addison, 
Me., 1849-51; Pembroke, 1851-52; prin. W. A. 1852-54; prin. Lewis 
A., Southington, Conn., 1854-58; prin. Shelburne Falls A.; prin. 
Peddie Inst., Hightstown, N. J., 1876-81. d. Hightstown, Sept. 23, 
1881. 

*ALLEN ELEAZER BATTELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Dover, Mass., Dec. 4, 1815. W. A.; act. p. Hudson, Sept. 1849- 
Mar. 1852; ord. Marshfield, June 23, 1852; p. Marshfield, Apr. 1852- 
55; Rockport, Apr. 1855-Apr. 1856; act. p. Ware Village, 1856 
Needham, 1856-57; p. West Townsend, Sept. 1857-Aug. 1859; 3d ch. 
Middleboro, June 1860-Apr. 1863; Osterville, Apr. 1863- Apr. 1865 
South Yarmouth, Apr, 1865-Apr. 1867; Brewster, 6 mos. ; Dover 
1868; West Sutton, 1868- Apr. 1871; Sandisfield, June 1871-Oct. 1873 
Belchertown, Oct. 1873-Apr. 1875; s. chs., 1875-81; w. c. Dover, 1881- 
95. d. Dover, Nov. 12, 1895. 

*JAMES WINCHELL CAPEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 7, 1822. W. C. 1845 (N. T. I. 1845-47, 1848- 
49) ; ord. Nov. 9, 1849; chapl. barque Pico, 7 mos.; p. 1st ch., Saera- 
mento, Calif., 1850-51; Pine St. ch., San Francisco, 1851-52; ord. 
Epis. dea. New York, N. Y., Dec. 18, 1853, pt. Albany, Dec. 13, 1854; 
miss. Herkimer and Otsego Cos., 1853-aut. 1855, 1857-59, 1861-67; r. 
Coloma, Calif., aut. 1855-57; Em. ch., Norwich, N. Y., 1857-59; Ocala, 
Fla., and vie. 1859-61; Trinity ch., St. Augustine, 1867-69; Whitney 
Point, N. Y., Sept. 1869-83; r. Grace ch. 13 yrs., miss. Broome Co., 
Barker and Marathon; later, min. Afton and Harpursville ; miss. 
Binghamton, 1883-86. d. Binghamton, Dec. 27, 1886. 

*HUGH DEMPSEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Londonderry, Ire., Aug. 1816. W. C. 1846; ord. Jay, Me., June 
1853; p. Jay, 1853-59. d. Fairfield, May 11, 1859. 

*HENRY HUBBARD HAZELTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Barnet, Vt., Dec. 31, 1817. D. C. 1839; ord. Wales, July 10. 1850; 
p. Wales, Sept. 1849-51. d. in Hancock, Mich., Sept. 5, 1852. 



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*FRANCIS EDWARD PREVAUX. 3. Grad. 

b. Salisbury, Mass., 1822. Br. U. 1846; ord. Apr. 10, 1850; tea. and 
pr. San Francisco, Calif., and Oakland, 1850-59. d. Salisbury, Mass., 
May 12, 1861. 

*JOSEPH WALTER WARDER. 2.5. Grad. 

b. near Russellville, Ky., Oct. 13, 1825. G. C. 1845; tea. Georgetown, 
1845-46; P. T. S. 1848-May 1849; ord. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 1849; p. 
Frankfort, 1849-Mar. 1851; Maysville, Apr. 1851-Mar. 1856; Lexing- 
ton, Mo., Apr. 1856-Mar. 1865; Atchison, Kans., Apr. 1865-Mar. 
1867; Kansas City, Mo., Apr. 1867-Mar. 1870; Clinton, Apr. 1870- 
Mar. 1874; Lawrence, Kans., Apr. 1874-May 1875; Walnut St. ch., 
Louisville, Ky., July 1875- June 1880; cor. sec. Exec. Bd. Gen. Assoc. 
Bapt. in Ky. and supt. miss., July 1880-1905. d. Georgetown, Feb. 3, 
1905. D.D., W. J. C. 1871. 



*Judson Benjamin. 1. 

6. Rodman, N. Y., Feb. 2. 1819. Br. U. 1846 ; ord. Oct. 13, 1848 ; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, 1849-50; Mergui, 1850-54. d. Boston, 
Mass., Feb. 20, 1855. 

*Aaron Wheeler Chaffin. 1. 

b. Landgrove, Vt., July 9, 1821. Br. U. 1846; ord. Apr. 1850; p. 
Danversport, 1850-62; Merrimack St. ch., Manchester, N. H., 1863-68; 
Hudson, 1868-73. d. Lynn, Mass., Feb. 3, 1874. 

*John Davis Edmands Jones. 1. 

b. Needham, Mass., Nov. 11, 1819. Br. U. 1845; tea. Newton Lower 
Falls, Mass., 1845-46; tea. Troy, N. Y., 1847-49; ord. North Benning- 
ton, Vt., Nov. 1849; p. North Bennington, Sept. 1849- Jan. 1855; 1st 
ch,. Worcester, Mass., Apr. 1855-May 1859 ; supt. pub. schs., Worces- 
ter, 1859-66; s. chs., 1859-64; p. 2d ch., Grafton, 1864-75; supt. agen. 
State Mut. Life Assur. Co., 1866-93; res. Worcester, d. Worcester, 
Jan. 12, 1893. 

*Noyes William Miner. 2. 

b. North Stonington, Conn., Mar. 10. 1822. T. C. 1846; ord. Dec. 5, 
1848; p. East Longmeadow, 1848-51; Lebanon, Conn., 1851-52; Peeks- 
kill, N. Y., 1852-55; 1st ch., Springfield, 111., 1855-69; Belvidere, 
1869-72; Oshkosh, Wis., 1872-78; Trenton, N. J., 1879-83; Groton, 
Conn., 1883-86; sec. Bapt. min. home, New York, N. Y., 1886-92; 
w. c. Paterson. N. J., 1892-93. d. Paterson, Apr. 14, 1893. D.D. 

*Calvin Howe Topliff. 0.5. 

b. Mansfield, Conn., Apr. 1, 1818. Br. U. 1846; miss. Collinsville, 
Conn., 1847-49; Branford, 1849-50; ord. Charlestown, Mass., Sept. 
24, 1850 ; p. Charlestown and Somerville ch., 1850-52 ; s. New Ipswich, 
N. H., 1852; p. Weston, Mass., 1853-67; w. c. 1867-1907; res. Cam- 
bridgeport, Mass. ; author, d. Cambridge, Nov. 11, 1907. 

1850 

*SAMUEL NEWELL BENTLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Upper Stewiacke, N. S., July 4, 1822. Ac. C; ord. Nov. 1851; p. 
Liverpool, N. S., 1851-56; Halifax, 1856-59. d. Halifax, Nov. 26, 
1859. 

*ELKANAH ANDREWS CUMMINGS. 3. Grad. 

b. Parkman, Me., Jan. 31, 1820. W. C. 1847; ord. Amherst, May 8. 
1851; p. Amherst, 1850-53; agt. A. B. M. U., 1853-55; fin. sec. Fern. 
C, Worcester, 1855-64; publ. Boston, 1864-68; p. m. Maplewood, 
1868-77; pr. miss, ch., Maplewood, 1880. d. Maplewood, June 11, 
1888. 



68 Students — 1850 

*JOHN BARTON FOSTER. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 8, 1822. W. C. 1843; tea. China, Me., 1844-45; 
Lexington, Mass., 1845-46; ed. Zion's Advocate, 1850-58; prof. Gr. 
and Lat., C. U., 1858-72; Gr. 1872-93; prof. em. 1893-97. d. Water- 
ville, Me., Aug. 19, 1897. LL.D., C. U. 1876. 

*JOHN PRESERVED HUNTINGS, formerly HUNTTING. 1. Grad. 
b. Eden, Mt. Desert, Me., June 1, 1824. B. T. S. 1847-49; ord. Par- 
sonsfield, Me., 1852 or 1853; s. Norway, 1850-51; p. Parsonsfield, 1851- 
54; inv. ; became a Seventh Day Bapt., Scott, N. Y., about 1855; tea. 
and miss, in Ohio, West N. Y., and East N. C. ; prin. of A. and then p., 
Deruyter, N. Y., 1857-58; p. West Edmeston, 1858-?; M.D., 1855; 
prac. med. in Welton, la., and other places; res. for some yrs. in 
southern 111.; Alfred, N. Y., 1888-1902. d. Alfred, Aug. 24, 1902. 

*JAMES WALCOTT LATHROP. 3. Grad. 

b. Rome, N. Y., Feb. 8, 1818. Br. U. 1847; ord. Dorchester, Jan. 
1851 ;p. Dorchester, 1850-56; Medfield, 1856-63; Rowley, 1863-67; 
Beverly, 1867-70; Oxford, 1870-73; Raynham, 1873-75; w. c. Oxford, 
1875-95. d. Oxford, May 25, 1895. 

*BRADFORD HEMAN LINCOLN. 3. Grad. 

b. Hingham, Mass., 1823. Col. C. 1847; ord. New Rochelle, N. Y., 
Nov. 21, 1850; p. New Rochelle, 1850-Oct. 1852; South Framingham, 
1854-55; Essex, Conn., 1860-61. d. Meriden, May 3, 1862. 

*JOHN HILL LUTHER. 3. Grad. 

b. Warren, R, I., June 21, 1824. Br. U. 1847; ord. Cuthbert, Ga., 
1853; p. Robertsville, S. C., 1853-57; pres. Young Lad. S. Kansas 
City. Mo., 1858-61 ; p. Miami, Mo., and Palmyra, 1864-65 ; ed. Baptist 
Journal, 1866-68; Central Baptist, 1868-78; pres. Baylor Fern. C, 
Belton, Tex., 1878-91; p. Mem. ch., Temple, Tex., 1891-92; prof. 
Homil., Bay. U., Waco, 1892-94; w. c. Dallas, 1894-96; vol. miss, in 
Brazil, 1896-97; w. c. Temple, Tex., 1897-1902; Sao Paulo, Brazil, 
1902-03; author, d. Sao Paulo, July 16, 1903. D.D., W. J. C. 1871. 

*AMOS FLETCHER SPALDING. 3. Grad. 

6. Boston. Mass., Jan. 12, 1821. Br. U. 1847; ord. Mar. 1851; p. 
Montreal, Can., 1851-52; 2d ch., Cambridge, Mass., 1852-56; Calais, 
Me., 1856-60; Warren, R. I., 1860-70; chapl. U. S. Army, 1862-63; p. 
1st ch., Norwich, Conn., 1870-76; Needham, Mass., 1876-77; author. 
d. Chelmsford, Nov. 30, 1877. 

*HENRY JOHN STEVENS. 3. Grad. 

b. Sunbury, Ga., Mar. 7, 1824. ord. Robertsville. S. C; p. Roberts- 
ville, 1850-52; Greensboro, Ga., 1852-53; Walthourville, 1853-54. d. 
Walthourville, aut. 1854. 

*THOMAS MILTON SYMONDS. 3. Grad. 

b. Reading, Mass., Mar. 18, 1821. W. C. 1847; ord. Nov. 6, 1850; 
home miss., tea., and pr., Rock, Middleboro, 1850-Apr. 1851 ; p. Green 
Bay, Wis.. 1851-52. d. July 4, 1852. 

*BENJAMIN CALLEY THOMAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Sanbornton, N. H., Apr. 24, 1820. Br. U. 1847; miss. A. B. M. XL, 
Tavoy, Burma, 1851-54; Henzada, 1854-67; Bassein, 1867-68. d. 
New York, N. Y., June 11, 1868. 

*SAMUEL MELLEN WHITING. 3. Grad. 

b. Sutton, Mass., June 25, 1825. T. C. 1846; ord. Hartford, Conn., 
May 8, 1850; miss. A. B. M. U., Assam, 1850-61; p. Colchester, Vt., 
1861-68; Windsor, 1868-72; Grand St. ch., New Haven, Conn., 1872- 
76. d. New Haven, Feb. 21, 1878. 



Students — 1851 69 

*FREDERICK WILEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Lynnfield, Mass., Nov. 5, 1821. Br. U. 1847; ord. 1850; p. Cum- 
berland, R. L, and several places in New Eng. and the West; Stoning- 
ton, 111. d. Stonington, July 21, 1868. 



*Nathan Smith Burton. 1. 

b. Manlius, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1821. W. R. C. 1846, theol. dept. 1847-48, 
1849-50 (N. T. I. 1848-49) ; ord. Elyria, 0., Nov. 6, 1850; p. Elyria, 
Nov. 1850- July 1853; 3d ch., Cleveland, July 1853- June 1854; Gran- 
ville, June 1854-Nov. 1862; Akron, Nov. 1862-Sept. 1866; Ann Arbor, 
Mich., Sept. 1866- Jan. 1871; Calvary ch., Davenport, la., Jan. 1871- 
Jan. 1876; prof. Kal. C, Jan. 1876- July 1877; p. Akron, O., July 
1877-May 1887; act. pres. D. U., June 1886-87; p. Needham, Mass., 
Sept. 1887-Oct. 1893; w. c. Ann Arbor, Mich., 1893-1909. d. Oak 
Park, 111., Apr. 20, 1909. D.D., D. U. 1863. 

*Edwin Dibell. 0.5. 

b. Kingsville, O., June 1, 1820. H. L. T. I. 1843-45; Br. U. 1847 
ord. Gardiner, Me., Apr. 30, 1851 ; p. Gardiner, Jan. 1849-Nov. 1852 
Pittston; s. Bath, win. 1852-53; p. Cherryfield, Jan. 1853-Feb. 1854 
New Ipswich, N. H., Nov. 1854-Nov. 1859 ; Sheffield, O., sum. 1863- 
81; s. Presb. ch., Kingsville, 1890-92; res. Kingsville, Mar. 1863-1910. 
d. Kingsville, Aug. 14, 1910. 

* Augustus Pullen. 1. 

b. Augusta, Me., Aug. 9, 1824. W. C. 1845; tea. Newport, Me., and 
Union, 1848-49; miss. Union, and Frankfort, 1849-50. d. Aug. 30, 
1850. 

*Samuel King Smith. 1. 

b. Litchfield, Me., Oct. 17, 1817. W. C. 1845; prin. Townshend A., 
Vt., 1845-46; tut. W. C. 1846-47; ord. West Waterville, now Oakland, 
Me., June 1871; ed. Zion's Advocate, 1848-50; prof. Rhet. and Eng. 
Lit., W. C, 1850-92; prof, em., 1892-1904; res. Waterville, 1850-1904. 
d. Waterville, Aug. 20, 1904. D.D., C. U. 1871. 

1851 

*ASA DALTON. 2. Grad. 

b. Westbrook, Me., Oct. 30, 1824. H. U. 1848; H. U. D. S. 1848-49; 
ord. Augusta, Me., Oct. 1851; p. Augusta, 1851- July 1854; tea. New- 
port, R. I., Sept. 1854-Dec. 1856; ord. Epis. ea., Newport, May 18, 
1856, pt. Bangor, Me., June 1857 ; r. St. John's ch., Bangor, Dec. 1856- 
May 1862; ch. of the Ascension and ed. Protestant Churchman, New 
York, N. Y., June 1862-Nov. 1863; r. St. Stephen's ch., Portland, Me., 
Dec. 1863-Nov. 1906; r. em., Nov. 1906-12; author; res. Portland, d. 
Portland, Aug. 29, 1912. D.D., C. U. 1885. 

*GEORGE W GUNNISON. 3. Grad. 

b. Erie, Pa., May 8, 1823. Jef. C. 1843; tut. Jef. C. 1843; prof. 
Math., Erie A., 1845; prof. Math., Lawrenceville High Sch., N. J., 
1845-48; ord. Ann Arbor, Mich., Jan. 21, 1852; s. Ann Arbor, win. 
1851-52; p. Athol, Mass., May 1852-Sept. 1853; pres. Burlington U., 
la., Nov. 1853-Mar. 1856; prin. Erie A., Pa., Apr. 1856-Sept. 1858; 
pres. Lad. Coll. Inst., Worcester, Mass., 1858-59; prin. Mayville, A., 
N. Y., 1859-60; prof. Gr. and French, Cent. U., Pella, la., 1861-62; 
prin. Montgomery A., N. Y. 1863; aid. Erie, Pa.; law. and prof. 
Come. Law, Erie Come. C, 1864-70; prin. West. la. A., Denison, la., 
1871-72; may. Shenandoah, 1873; law. Erie, Pa., 1873-74; in bus. 
Boston, Mass., 1874-75; ed. staff The Watchman, 1876-77; adm. to 
Suffolk bar. 1876. d. Boston, May 14, 1878. 



70 Students — 1851 

♦LEONARD HOBART HUNTTING. 2. Grad. 

b. Eden, Mt. Desert, Me., June 1, 1824. B. T. S. 1848-49; not ord.; 
tea. 1851-57; pr. Lee, Me.; Lincoln; Bangor; Saybrook, 0.; Burling- 
ton, Kans. ; Fremont ; North Loup, Nebr. ; ord. Los Gatos, Calif. ; San 
Jose; Bishop; Otay; res. Silver Creek, Wash. d. Silver Creek, July, 
1915. 

♦JONATHAN MERRIAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Bristol, Conn., July 28, 1825. W. F. C. 1847 (N. T. I. 1847-49, 
1850-51) ; ord. 1852; p. Payson, 111., 1852-57; McLean, 1857-62; San- 
gamon, Bolton, 1862-64; U. S. Vol.; p. Lanark, 111., 1868-72. d. 
Lanark, Nov. 29, 1872. 

*JOSEPH HARADEN SEAVER. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, Mass., Jan. 28, 1819. W. C. 1848; miss, work for State 
Conv., Greenfield, Oct. 1851-Apr. 1852; ord. Salem, Mar. 1, 1853; S. 
S. Un. miss., Boston, Jan. 1853-Jan. 1855; p. Marshfield, Oct. 1855- 
Oct. 1856; Brewster, Feb. 1857-Feb. 1858; Georgetown, Oct. 1858- 
Apr. 1862; Barnstable, Oct. 1863-Oct. 1865; s. many chs., Oct. 1865- 
June 1868; p. Marshfield, July 1868- July 1869; Bethel ch., Lee, May 
1870-May 1871; city miss., Salem, Nov. 1872-74; p. South Yarmouth, 
Mar. 1875- Jan. 1877; Merrimacport,, 1878- Aug. 1882; Cummington, 
Nov. 1882- Apr. 1883; w. c. Salem, May 1883-96. d. Salem, Sept. 9, 
1896. 

*JAMES WHEATON SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., June 26, 1823. Br. U. 1848; ord. Lowell, Mar. 
30, 1851; p. Lowell, 1851-May 1853; Spruce St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
June 1853- Apr. 1870; Beth Eden ch., Philadelphia, 1870-Mar. 1880; 
p. em. Spruce St. ch., 1880-1900 ; trav. much in South America, Egypt, 
Palestine; author, d. Philadelphia, May 5, 1900. D.D., U. Lewis. 
1862. 

*SAMUEL WORCESTER TAYLOR. 3. Grad. 

b. Campton, N. H., Jan. 27, 1820. Col. C. 1848; ord. Jan. 1852; p. 
Hallowell, Me., 1852-55; miss, labor, 1855-58; p. Bath, 1858-61 ; health 
failed; stud. med. ; phys. New York, N. Y., and Newark, N. J. d. 
Newark, July 25, 1884. 

♦JONATHAN TILSON. 1. Grad. 

b. West Randolph, Vt., Feb. 16, 1818. Col. C. 1848; ord. Hingham, 
Nov. 5, 1851; p. Hingham, 1851-76; asst. miss. Mass. Bapt. Conv., 
1876-78; p. Northboro, 1878-82; trav. in Europe, 1882-83; p. Rowley, 
Aug. 1884-Mar. 1891; w. c. Rowley, 1891-99; North Weymouth, 1899- 
1908. d. North Weymouth, Feb. 20, 1908. 

♦HENRY RIPLEY WILBUR. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr., 5, 1825. W. C. 1847; ord. Mt. Pleasant, la., 
Jan. 1853; p. Mt. Pleasant, 1853-57; Clinton, 1858; Galena, 111., 1859- 
64; Peoria, 1865-66; Cedar Rapids, la., 1866-67; Sheldonville, Mass., 
1868-71; Andover, 1872-76; w. c. Andover, 1876-98. d. Andover, 
May 29, 1898. 



♦Ralph Hart Bowles. 2. 

b. Hartford, Conn., May 16, 1822. T. C. 1848; ord. Tariffville, Conn., 
aut. 1850; p. Tariffville, 1850-55; Branford, 1855-58; Lee, Mass., 
1858-61; Brighton, 1861-65; West Newton, 1865-68; Lee, 1868-70; 
Greenbush, N. Y., 1870-73; Jewett City, Conn., 1873-78; New Hart- 
ford and Canton, 1878-83; r. Epis. ch., Bethlehem, 1884-90; Tashua 
and Easton, 1890-93 ; Huntington, Aug. 1893-98 ; ret. ; res. Woodbury, 
1898-1900. d. Woodbury, Oct. 4, 1900. 



Students — 1852 71 

*Phineas Howe. 2. 

b. Norway, Me., Apr. 7, 1823. Br. U. 1847; U. Halle, 1851; ord. 
Somerville, Mass., 1852 ; p. Somerville, 1852. d. Somerville, Aug. 26, 
1852. 

*David Foster Lumsden. 2. 

b. Edinburgh, Scot., Aug. 19, 1820. T. C. 1847; ord. Epis. ch., Hart- 
ford, Conn., 1851 ; p. two miss, chs., North Providence, R. I., 6 mos. ; 
Ansonia, Conn., 1852-54; Ann Arbor, Mich., 1854-61; Plymouth, 
Conn., 1861-63; West Haven, 1863-64; East Brookline, N. Y., 1864- 
65 ; Syracuse, a few mos. ; in Epis. hosp., Detroit, Mich., 1875-93. d. 
Detroit, May 17, 1893. 

^Fletcher Osceola Marsh. 1.5. 

b. Townshend, Vt., Dec. 14, 1819. U. Mich. 1845; ord. Coldwater, 
Mich., Dec. 19, 1850; p. Coldwater, Sept. 1850-53; prof. Nat. Sci., 
Gr. C, 1853-54; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Dec. 1854-74; fin. agt. 
D. U. 1873-75; in bus. Chicago, 111., 1875-87; prof. Leland U., New 
Orleans, La., 1887-93. d. New Orleans, Mar. 25, 1893. 

1852 

*WILLIAM HARRISON ALDEN. 3. Grad. 

b. North Middleboro, Mass., Apr. 14, 1825. Br. U. 1849 ; ord. North 
Attleboro, Sept. 1, 1852; p. North Attleboro, 1852-57; 1st ch., Lowell, 
1857-64; Tabernacle ch., Albany, N. Y., 1864-68; Portsmouth, N. H., 
Mar. 1868- Aug. 1888; s. several chs.; act. p. Westboro, Mass., 1891- 
95; Sharon, Jan. 1896-1900. d. Portsmouth, N. H., Oct. 2, 1900. 
D.D., C. U. 1873. 

*ARTHUR RICHARD RALPH CRAWLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Sydney, Cape Breton, N. S., May 1831. Ac. C. 1849; ord. Aug. 19, 
1853 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Henzada, Burma, 1853-76. d. at sea, Oct. 9, 
1876. 

*EDWIN BARNARD EDDY. 3. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., Aug. 21, 1819. Br. U. 1839-42; ord. Feb. 5, 1852; 
p. Beverly, 1852-55; Winchester, 1855-60; Portsmouth, N. H., 1860- 
62; Waltham, Mass., 1862-65; Calais, Me., 1869-75; Roger Williams 
ch., Providence, R. I., 1879-81. d. Providence, May 27, 1885. 

*DANIEL JOHNSON FREAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, N. J., June 1820. M. U. 1849; ord. Salem, N. J., May 18, 
1855; s. 2d ch., Salem, May 1855- June 1856; p. Woodbury, Sept. 
1857- Apr. 1867; in West, occ. pr., 1867-77; city miss. Trenton, N. J., 
1877-98. d. Trenton, Oct. 14, 1898. 

*JOSEPH ADDISON GOODHUE. 3. Grad. 

b. New Boston, N. H., May 27, 1824. D. C. 1848; ord. Oct. 1852; p. 
Norwich, Conn., 2 yrs. ; prof. Lang., Suflfield Lit. Inst., Conn., 1854-55 ; 
p. South Boston, Mass., 1855-57 ; Framingham Centre, 1859-62 ; North 
Cambridge, 1862-64; Westboro, 1864-67; Shelburne Falls, 1867-68; 
w. c. South Dedham, 1869-70; p. Danversport, 1868-70. d. Hyde 
Park, Dec. 1, 1873. 

^WELCOME LEWIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Brookfield, N. Y., Dec. 12, 1820. H. C. 1849 ; ord. Mansfield, Sept. 
30, 1852; p. Mansfield, Aug. 1852-May 1855, 1862-Oct. 1873; s. North 
Brookfield, N. Y., Apr. 1861-Apr. 1862; memb. Mass. leg. 1871; inv.; 
w. c. Coventry, N. Y., 1878-1901. d. Coventry, Mar. 9, 1901. 



*Charles Ayer. 2. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Mar. 16, 1826. A. C. ; M. U. 1849 ; ord. Turner, 



72 Students — 1852 

Me., Sept. 9, 1851; p. and tea. Turner, 1851-53; Brunswick, 1853-56, 
1859-60; Southboro, Mass., 1856-59; Athol, 1861-63; Sterling, 1863- 
65; w. c. Worcester, 1865-66; p. and tea., N. Y. ; pres. Natchez S., 
(now Jackson C.) Natchez, Miss., Sept. 1877-Sept. 1883; pres. Jack- 
son C, Jackson, Sept. 1883-Oct. 1894; p. Hinesburg, Vt., 1896-Oct. 
1898; w. c. Clinton, N. Y., Nov. 1898-1901. d. Clinton, Mar. 28, 1901. 
*Joseph Albert Bailey. 1. 

b. Middletown, Conn., Aug. 17, 1824. Wes. U. 1849 (N. T. I. 1849- 
50); R. T. S., 1850-51; ord. Essex, Conn., Oct. 22, 1851; p. Essex, 
1851-55; Waterbury, Sept. 1855-73. d. Carlsbad, Bohemia, May 11, 
1873. 

* Alexander Waterman Carr. 1. 

b. Jamestown, R. I., Feb. 7, 1822. M. U. 1848; ord. Fall River, Oct. 
23, 1850; p. Rowley, May 1851-Mar. 1862; Framingham Centre, Jan. 
1863-Dec. 1865; Medfield, Jan. 1866- Jan. 1871; w. c. Hyde Park, June 
1871-Dec. 1873; p. Dighton, Jan. 1874-Nov. 1885. d. Dighton, Jan. 
26, 1886. 

*Mark Andrews Cummings. 1. 

b. Parkman, Me., Jan. 22, 1815. W. C. 1849; prin. A., North Ben- 
nington, Vt., 1852-54; Black River A., Ludlow, 1854-55; prof. Math, 
and Nat. Sci., N. H. L. T. I., Fairfax, 1855-60; ord. North Fairfax, 
Mar. 19, 1857; p. North Fairfax, Oct. 1856-Oct. 1861; tea. Essex, 
Conn., 1861-70; s. North Lyme, 1870; w. c. Maplewood, Mass., 1871- 
92. d. Maplewood, Jan. 9, 1892. 

*Perez Lincoln Cushing. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 5, 1822. Br. U. 1849 ; ord. Aug. 8, 1855 ; chapl. 
Ref. Sch., Westboro, 1851-57; tea. Middleboro, 1857-74; chapl. State 
Alms., Bridgewater, 12 yrs. d. Santa Barbara, Calif., Mar. 14, 1875. 

*George Greenwood Fairbanks. 2. 

b. Winthrop, Me., Apr. 14, 1824. W. C. 1847; prin. Hebron A., Me., 
1847-49; ord. Medfield, Sept. 9, 1851; p. Medfield, 1851-55; Somer- 
ville, 1855-66; South Dedham, 1866-69; Cent, ch., Middleboro, 1869- 
83; w. c. Middleboro. d. Middleboro, Jan. 4, 1887. D.D., C. U. 1883. 

*Perry Oviatt. 1. 

b. Medina, O., 1824. Gr. C. d. Medina, O., Sept. 23, 1850. 

*Thomas Budd Van Home. 1. 

b. Lebanon, O., July 6, 1821. Gr. C. 1847; ord. Piqua, O., Oct. 31, 
1850; prin. Natl. Cherokee High Sch., 1850-53; prof. Ark. C, 1853- 
57; prin. Young Lad. S., Fayetteville, Ark., 1857-60; tea. Franklin, 
O., 1861-62; chapl. 13th Ohio Vols., July 1862-64; post chapl. U. S. 
Army, 1864-85; placed on ret. list, 1885; res. Columbus, O., 1885-95; 
author, d. Columbus, Apr. 5, 1895. D.D., D. U. 1888. 

*Heman Lincoln Wayland. 1. 

6. Providence, R, I., Apr. 23, 1830. Br. U. 1849 ; prin. A. Townshend, 
Vt., 1850-51; post grad. Br. U. 1851-52; tut. U. R. 1852-54; ord. 
Worcester, Mass., Nov. 1854; p. 3d ch., Worcester, Oct. 1854-Sept. 
1861; chapl. 7th Conn. Vols., 1861-64; home miss. Nashville, Tenn., 
1864-65; prof. Rhet. and Log., Kal. C, 1865-70; pres. F. C. 1870-72; 
ed. National Baptist, 1872-94, prop. 1882-May 1894; Philadelphia ed. 
Examiner, 1894-98; author, d. Wernersville, Pa., Nov. 7, 1898. 
D.D., Br. U. 1869. Son of Francis Wayland, trustee. 

1853 

*JOHN PHILIP AGENBROAD. 3. Grad. 

b. New Carlisle, O., Aug. 14, 1822. Gr. C. 1850; ord. Marietta, O., 
Sept. 1853; p. Marietta, 1853-55; Urbana, 1855-58; home miss., 



Students — 1853 73 

Prairie du Chien, Wis., 1858-59; p. Lacon, 111., 1859-62, 1875-78; home 
miss., Richmond, Ind., 1865-72; 1879-81; p. Akron, 0., 1872-73; 
Ottawa, 111., 1874-75; Mt. Washington, 0., 1882-84; s. Springfield; 
Dayton; res. Dayton, d. Dayton, May 30, 1912. 

♦ALEXANDER McCORMICK AVERILL. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Cornish, Me., Sept. 13, 1820. P. A. A.; ord. 1843; p. North Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1853-59; Middleboro, 1859-62; Holyoke, 1862-68; 
Denver, Colo., 1868-69; Emporia, Kans., 1870-73; Fort Scott, 1876; 
Lancaster, Tex., 1878-81; res. Lancaster, 1878-89; North Cambridge, 
Mass.; West Somerville. d. West Somerville, Feb. 13, 1904. A.M., 
W. C. 1857. 

*JAMES COOPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 1826. Gr. C. 1850; ord. Cincinnati, O., Dec. 
1854; p. Cincinnati, 1854-55; Madison, Wis., 1855-56; Waukesha, 
1856-59; Melrose, Mass., 1859-62; Philadelphia, Pa., 1862-68; Rond- 
out, N. Y., 1868-76; Flint, Mich., 1876-80; dist. sec. A. B. H. M. Soc, 
1880-86. d. Detroit, Apr. 1, 1886. D.D., D. U. 1880. 

♦STEPHEN WILLIAM DE BLOIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Halifax, N. S., Aug. 4, 1827. Ac. C. 1846 ; law stud. Halifax, 1846- 
49; tea. Hort. A. 1849-50; Ac. C. 1848-50; ord. Chester, N. S., Feb. 
1854; p. Chester, 1854-55; 1st Horton ch., Wolfville, N. S., 1855-84. 
d. Wolfville, Feb. 4, 1884. D.D., Ac. C. 1881. 

*DAVID FREEMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Brookfield, N. S., Nov. 18, 1820. Ac. C. 1850; post grad., N. T. I. 
1853-54; post-grad. R. T. S. 1854-55; ord. Halifax, N. S., Aug. 1, 
1855; p. 1st ch., Halifax, Mar. 1855-Sept. 1858; agt. Ac. C, Sept. 
1858-May 1861; p. 5th and 6th chs., Cornwallis, 1861-74; New Glas- 
gow, 1875-78; home miss., Kings Co., 1879-90. d. Citra, Fla., May 
18, 1891. 

♦BENJAMIN WEST GARDNER. 3. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., July 4, 1822. Br. U. 1850; ord. Sept. 1853; p. 
Sheldonville, 1853-55; Mansfield, 1855-58; West Dedham, 1858-67; 
pr. New Ipswich, N. H., 1 yr. ; North Marshfield, Mass., 1869-74. d. 
North Scituate, July 6, 1874. 

♦EDWARD CUSHING MITCHELL. 3. Grad. 

b. East Bridgewater, Mass., Sept. 20, 1829. W. C. 1849 ; res. grad. 
N. T. I. 1853-54; ord. Calais, Me., July 13, 1854; p. Calais, 1854-56; 
Brockport, N. Y., 1857-58; Rockford, 111., Sept. 1858-63; prof. Bib. 
Lit. and Interp., S. C, 1863-70; prof. Heb. and O. T. Lit.; B. U. T. S., 
1870-77; prof. Heb., Regent's Park C, London, Eng., 1876-77; pres. 
Bapt. Theol. Sch., Paris, France, 1878-82; pres. R. W. U., Nashville, 
Tenn., 1884-85; lect. Lowell Inst., Boston, Mass., 1884; s. Neponset, 
Oct. 1886-87; pres. Leland U., New Orleans, La., 1887-1900; author. 
d. New Orleans, Feb. 28, 1900. D.D., C. U. 1870. 

♦JOHN MOSER. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Margaret's Bay, N. S., Apr. 27, 1826. Ac. C. 1848; not ord.; 
tea. in com. schs. ; occ. pr. ; res. Canaan Forks, N. B. d. Butternut 
Ridge, June 11, 1907. 

♦CHARLES RICH PATTISON. 3. Grad. 

b. Forestville, N. Y., May 7, 1824. U. Mich. 1850; ord. Pontiac, 
Mich., Nov. 9, 1853; p. Pontiac, 1853-55; Grass Lake, 1856-57; agt. 
A. B. P. S., 1857-65; ed. Ypsilanti Commercial, Ypsilanti, 1864-87; 
res. Eustis, Fla., 1889-1902; Deland, 1902-08. d. Deland, Feb. 1, 
1908. 



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*ARTEMAS WYMAN SAWYER. 3. Grad. 

b. West Haven, Vt., Mar. 4, 1827. D. C. 1847; tea. Windsor, Vt., 
1847-50; ord. Lawrence, Dec. 27, 1853; p. 1st ch., Lawrence, 1853-55; 
prof. Classics and Belles Lettres, Ac. C. 1855-60 ; p. Saratoga Springs, 
N. Y., 1861-64; prin. N. L, L. S. I., 1864-69; pres. Ac. C. 1869-97, 
prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil., Ac. C, 1897-1907. d. Wolfville, N. S., 
Aug. 5, 1907. D.D., C. U. 1867; LL.D., Ac.C. 1888. 

* ABRAHAM SNYDER. 3. Grad. 

b. Dayton, 0., Feb. 15, 1824. Gr. C. 1850; ord. McConnellsville, O., 
Dec. 15, 1853; p. McConnellsville, 1853-54; Leeds, Me., 1855-57; Blue 
Hill, 1857-58; Bridgton, 1858-61; East Auburn, 1861-64; Delton, 
Wis., 1864-66; Allegan, Mich., 1866-69; New Ipswich, N. H., 1869- 
72; Hopkinton, 1872-75; Wayne, Me., and Leeds, 1875-85; Alfred, 
1885-88; West Camden, Mar. 1889-90; res. Wayne, and Alfred, 1890- 
94. d. Wayne, Oct. 26, 1894. 

*DANIEL DAMON WINN. 3. Grad. 

b. Woburn, Mass., Nov. 25, 1824. Col. C. 1850 ; ord. Lowell, Sept. 14, 
1853; p. Lowell, 1853-55; Salem, 1855-67; New Bedford, 1867- July 
1880; Woburn, 1880- July 1891; w. c. Jamaica Plain, 1891-95. d. 
Jamaica Plain, June 28, 1895. 



*William Hoit Humphrey. 2. 

b. North Yarmouth, Me., Dec. 2, 1823. W. C. 1849 ; ord. Mar. 1, 1854 ; 
p. Richmond, Me., 1852-58; Granville St. ch., Halifax, N. S., 1858-62; 
Hastings, Minn., 1863-65. d. Dec. 6, 1865. 

^'Stephen William Price. 2. 

b. Ava, Burma, Feb. 6, 1825. Br. U. 1850; ord. May, 1852; p. Cum- 
berland, Md.; Athens, N. Y. d. Washington, D. C, Dec. 13, 1855. 

*Thomas Henry Ripley. 2. 

b. N. S., Aug. 5, 1828. Br. U. 1847. d. Portland, Me., June 6, 1852. 

*George Marshall Robinson. 2. 

b. Buckfield, Me., July 13, 1821. W. C. 1850; ord. 1853; p. Sidney, 
Me., 1853-54; s. Guilford and Rockport, 1854-55; p. Searsmont, 1855- 
56. d. Livermore Falls, Apr. 29, 1873. 

*John Rounds. 2. 

b. Buckfield, Me., Mar. 30, 1822. W. C. 1849 (N. T. I. 1849-50; 1851- 
52); ord. New Gloucester, Me., Sept. 29, 1852; p. New Gloucester, 
1852-60; Freeport, 1860-65; Alna, 1865-68; Cent, ch., Chelmsford, 
Mass., 1868-72; Holden, 1872-74; Kennebunkport, Me., 1874-78; 
Northfield, Minn., May 1878- Apr. 1884; Red Wing, Mar. 1885-87; 
w. c. Minneapolis, 1887-88. d. Minneapolis, Mar. 29, 1888. 

1854 

*BRAINARD WAYLAND BARROWS. 3. Grad. 

b. North Attleboro, Mass., May 21, 1827. Br. U. 1851; ord. Dorches- 
ter, May 30, 1855; p. 1st ch., Dorchester, Neponset, 1855-Dec. 1872; 
Middletown, Conn., Jan. 1873-Sept. 1880; Norwood, Mass., Jan. 1881- 
June 1890; res. Newton Centre, 1890-92; New York City, 1892-96; 
Brooklyn, 1896-1909; Bloomfield, N. J., 1909-13; Ridgewood, 1913-15. 
d. Ridgewood, Feb. 19, 1915. 

*FRANCIS ARTHUR DOUGLAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Ticonderoga, N. Y., Apr. 16, 1824. A. C. 1851; ord. South 
Boston, Oct. 15, 1854; miss. A. B. M. U., to Telugus, 1854-Feb. 1866; 
in U. S., 1866-69; p. Riqua, O., 1869-72; Lebanon, 1872-75; Cincin- 
nati, 1875-79; cor. sec. A. F. B. Soc, 1879-83; p. Middletown, N. J., 



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Nov. 1884- Apr. 1887; White Plains, N. Y., Apr. 1887- June 1888; 
w. c. Brooklyn, 1888-1902. d. Brooklyn, Apr. 15, 1902. 

*DAVIS HAYNES McCOY. 3. Grad. 

b. Pa., 1823. Col. C. 1850; not ord.; miss. Philadelphia, 1854-56; res. 
Pittsburg, 1856-60. d. Pittsburg, June 5, 1860? 

*JAMES BARLOW SIMMONS. 1. Grad. 

b. North East, N. Y., Apr. 17, 1827. Br. U. 1851; R. T. S. 1851-52; 
A. T. S. 1852-53; ord. Providence, R. I., July 1854; p. 3d ch., Provi- 
dence, 1854-57; 1st ch., Indianapolis, Ind., 1857-61; 5th ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1861-67; cor. sec. A. B. H. M. Soc, 1867-74; collec. of 
Educ. and F. M. funds, 1874-77; p. Trinity ch., New York, N. Y., 
1877-86; dist. sec. A. B. P. S., N. Y., 1886-1905; author; assisted in 
establishing ten colleges, of which Simmons C., Texas, is one. d. New 
York, Dec. 17, 1905. D.D., U. Lewis. 1870. 

*Elisha Budd DeMill. 2. 

b. St. John, N. B., Apr. 7, 1829. Ac. C. 1849. Br. U. 1849-50; ord. 
July 1, 1853; p. Amherst, N. S., 1853-57; city miss. St. John, N. B., 
1857-59; p. Leinster St. ch., St. John, 1859-63; ed. Christian Watch- 
man, St. John, 1859-60. d. St. John, Aug. 1, 1863. 

*Ephraim Andrews Edwards. 2. 

b. Beverly, Mass., Jan. 10, 1824. ord. South Hampton, N. H., Dec. 
1853; p. South Hampton, Oct. 1853- Apr. 1856; Wilton, Apr. 1856- 
Apr. 1857 ; Gayhead, Mass., Apr. 1857-Oct. 1858 ; Cape Neddick, Me., 
Nov. 1858-Apr. 1861; Mashpee, Mass., Apr. 1861-Apr. 1865; health 
failed; res. Beverly; p. East Washington, N. H., Sept. 1883-Nov. 1885. 
d. East Washington, Nov. 4, 1885. 

*Daniel Worcester Faunce. 2. 

b. Plymouth, Mass., Jan. 3, 1829. A. C. 1850; ord. Somerville, July 
14, 1853; p. Somerville, 1853-54; Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, 1854- 
60; Maiden, 1860-66; 1st ch., Concord, N. H., 1866-75; Washington 
St. ch., Lvnn, Mass., 1875-81; E St. ch., Washington, D. C, 1881- July 
1889; West Newton, Mass., Sept. 1889-Dec. 1893; Pawtucket, R. I., 
Jan. 1894- July 1899; lit. work, Providence, 1899-1911; author; rec. 
Fletcher Prize of D. C. for authorship, 1875, 1890. d. Providence, 
Jan. 3, 1911. D.D., A. C. 1876. 

*William Newell Fay. 2. 

b. Grafton, Mass., Apr., 25, 1825. Br. U. 1851 ; ord. West Halifax, 
Vt., 1853; p. West Halifax, 1853-56; Belchertown, Mass., 1856-67. 
d. Bloomington, 111., June 6, 1868. 

1855 

*GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Tavoy, Burma, Aug. 18, 1828. Br. U. 1852; ord, Barnwell, S. C, 
Dec. 1855; p. Barnwell, 1855-May 1856; 2d ch., Rochester, N. Y., Oct. 
1856-May 1864; 1st ch., Philadelphia, Pa., May 1864-May 1894, hon. 
p. 1894-1903; prof. Temple C, Philadelphia; prof. lect. on Eth., U. 
Chic, spg. 1895-1905; author, d. Atlantic City, N. J., Apr. 28, 1903. 
D.D., Br. U. 1866; LL.D., U. P. 1889. 

-THOMAS WILLIAM CRAWLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Hobart Town, Van Diemen's Land, Australia, now Hobart, Tas- 
mania, Australia, Oct. 20, 1828. Ac. C. 1849; N. T. I. 1850-51, 1853- 
55; ord. Chester, N. S., 1853; p. Chester, 1855-57; New Minas, Hor- 
ton, 1857-60; asst. p. St. John, N. B., 1860-62; p. St. Andrews, 1862- 
68; Reading, Mass., 1868-70; Amenia, N. Y., 1870-72; Kingston, 
Mass., 1872-74; St. Andrews, N. B., 1874-84; Milltown, Me., and St. 



76 Students — 1855 

Stephen, N. B., 1884-86; w. c. Cambridgeport, Mass., 1886-1904. d. 
Cambridge, Oct. 12, 1904. 
♦GEORGE MARSHALL PRESTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Beverly, Mass., Apr. 23, 1830. W. C. 1852; ord. Sturbridge, Dec. 
26, 1855; p. Sturbridge, 1855-58; Medford, 1858-68; Wooster, 0., 
1868-71; Independence, la., 1871-72; Old Town, Me., 1873-77; s. 
Presque Isle, Me., 1877-78; p. Lanesboro, Mass., 1878-80; Cheshire, 
and s. Lanesboro, 1880-Apr. 1890 ; Granville, June 1890-96 ; res. Med- 
ford, June 1896- June 1905; Fort Myer, Va., 1905-09; Brunswick, 
Me., 1909-11; ad. Fort Riley, Kans., 1911-13. d. Medford, Mass., 
Jan. 10, 1914. 

♦ANDREW READ. 3. Grad. 

b. Warren, R. I., Jan. 29, 1829. Br. U. 1849-51; ord. Warren, R. I., 
Dec. 23, 1855; p. Pembroke, Me., 1855-56; Sturbridge, Mass., 1858- 
61; Hanover, 1862-82; Bolton, July 1883- July 1889; w. c. Rockland; 
North Hanover, d. Hanover, Mar. 5, 1911. 

♦SAMUEL RICHARDSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Tipperary, Ire., 1815. Ac. C. 1847; ord. Eastport, Me., Dec. 21, 
1855; p. Middleboro, Mass., 1858-62; Clements, N. Y.; Westport, 
N. S. d, July 8, 1869. 

♦SAMSON TALBOT. 3. Grad. 

b. Mt. Zion, Champaign Co., 111., June 28, 1828. Gr. C. 1852; asst. 
instr. Heb., N. T. I. 1855-56; ord. Dayton, O., 1856; p. Dayton, 1856- 
64; pres. D. U. 1864-73. d. Newton Centre, Mass., June 29, 1873. 
D.D., M. U. 1864. 

♦WILLIAM HENRY WALKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Lexington, Mass., June 1, 1824. Br. U. ; ord. Westboro, Aug. 8, 
1855; p. Westboro, 1855- Aug. 1858; Natick, Aug. 1858-Aug. 1861; 
South Gardner, Aug. 1861-Feb. 1865; Hampton Falls, N. H., Feb. 
1865-68; Paris, Me., 1868-71; Greenville, N. H., 1871-73; Warner, 
1873-80; Edgarton, Mass., 1880-84; North Leverett, 1885-87. d. 
North Leverett, Nov. 27, 1887. 

♦THOMAS WOMERSLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Huddersfield, Eng., Apr. 20, 1817. H. U. Med. Sch.; D. C; 
U. N. Y. ; ord. Wenham, Jan. 1856; p. Wenham, 1856-62; Palmer, 
1862-66; Deerfield, 1866-71; phys. Greenfield, 1871-95. d. Water- 
town, Mar. 7, 1897. 



♦Daniel Johnson Glazier. 3. Grad. 

b. Willington, Conn., Apr. 11, 1828. Br. U. 1851; p. el. 1st ch., Fall 
River, d. Providence, R. I., Mar. 19, 1855. 

♦Henry Fayette Lane. 2. 

b. East Abington, now Rockland, Mass., Mar. 13, 1825. Br. U. 1850 ; 
tut. Col. C, 1850-52; ord. New London, N. H., July 1854; p. New 
London, 1854- July 1857; Dorchester, Mass., July 1857- Jan. 1860; 
Lawrence, 1860- Jan. 1863; chapl. U. S. Army, 1863-64; p. Ports- 
mouth, N. H., Feb. 1864- July 1867; Malone, N. Y., May 1869- June 
1878; sec. N. Y. State Conv., Oct. 1878-Nov. 1880; p. Kingston, Mass.; 
Nov. 1881- Jan. 1883; Worcester, Jan. 1883-Feb. 1888; w. c. Medfield. 
d. Medfield, May 9, 1897. 

♦George Edward Leonard. 2. 

b. Woodstock, Md., Oct. 6, 1832. Gr. C. 1862; ord. Mt. Vernon, O., 
Oct. 24, 1854; p. Mt. Vernon, Oct. 1854-May 1856; Lockland, May 
1856-Nov. 1857; Ironton, Dec. 1857- Apr. 1861; Elyria, Sept. 1861- 
Dec. 1865; Wauseon, Jan. 1866-May 1870; Peru, Ind., May 1870-Dec. 
1881; sec. O. State Conv. and supt. miss. Jan. 1882-1904; sec. Ch. 



Students — 1857 77 

Edifice Dept., 0. State Conv., 1904-13; ed. Ohio Baptist Annual, 1882- 
1913; hist, and statistical sec, 0. State Conv., 1912-13; res. Norwalk, 
0. A Norwalk, Aug. 1, 1913. D.D., D. U. 1889. 

1856 

*JAMES WILLIAM BONHAM. 4. Grad. 

6. Bath, Eng., Oct. 26, 1822. ord. ev. New York, N. Y., 1847; p. 
Brighton, Mass., 1856-57; Worthen St. eh., Lowell, Nov. 1857-?; 
Woonsocket, R. I., 1860-64; r. ch. of the Intercessor, Epis., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 5 yrs. ; St. Paul's ch., Peoria, 111. ; dioc. ev. cent. N. Y. ; 
head of the house of the Ev., New York; M.D., Jef. Med. C, 1890. 
d. New Bedford, Mass., May 4, 1900. 

*JOSEPH LEROY ATWELL FISH. 3. Grad. 

b. North Amherst, Mass., Sept. 6, 1828. A. C. 1853; ord. Webster, 
July 2, 1856; p. Webster, Apr. 1856-July 1863; Vineyard Haven, Dec. 
1863-Dec. 1865; Holliston, Dec. 1865- Apr. 1868; Holyoke, May 1868- 
Apr. 1872; Duluth, Minn., July 1873- June 1875; North Hebron, 
N. Y., July 1875- Apr. 1878; Atchison, Kans., 1878-80; tea. H. M. 
Sch., Natchez, Miss.; tea., s., and ed., Live Oak, Fla., 1880-90. d. 
Live Oak, Mar. 26, 1890. 

*GEORGE DONALD HENDERSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 2, 1832. Br. U. 1853; ev. Atchison, 
Kans., 1856-57; Leavenworth, 1857-58; Junction City, 1858-59; ord. 
Sept. 6, 1859; chapl. U. S. Army, 1859-63, U. S. Navy, July 1864-75. 
d. Portsmouth, N. H., May 20, 1875. 

*EDWARD HUMPHREY. 3. Grad. 

b. North Weymouth, Mass., June 17, 1821. Whitesboro S., N. Y.; 
ord. May 1857; p. East Haverhill, 1857-61; Plymouth, 1863-67; Gran- 
ville Corners, 1869-71. d. Melrose, Mar. 29, 1880. 

*DANIEL CLAPP LITCHFIELD. 3. Grad. 

b. Scituate, Mass., July 5, 1822. A. C. 1853; ord. Bowdoinham, Me., 
Feb. 26, 1857; p. Bowdoinham, Dec. 1856-Nov. 1857; Old Town, Dec. 
1857-Nov. 1863 ; in Christ. Cmn. in Civ. War ; p. Andover, Mass., Feb. 
1864- June 1868; Bricksburg, N. J., Apr. 1869-Oct. 1871; fin. agt. 
South Jersey Inst., Dec. 1871-Nov. 1872; dist. sec. A. B. P. S., Nov. 
1872-Oct. 1874; p. Clinton Ave., ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 1874-May 
1875; Warwick, N. Y., July 1875-May 1882; s. and in bus. Warwick, 
N. Y., 1882-1907. d. Warwick, May 29, 1907. 

♦BENJAMIN FANTJIL DUNKIN PERRY. 3. Grad. 

b. Georgetown, S. C, Aug. 18, 1833. F. C; ord. 1856; p. Barnwell, 
S. C, 1856-66; r. Epis. ch., Camden, 1866-74. d. Jan. 13, 1874. 



*Gideon Cole. 2. (E.) 

b. Beverly, Mass., Jan. 5, 1824. Mid. A. 1853; ord. Wrentham, May 
29, 1856; p. Wrentham, Apr. 1856-Oct. 1863; Weymouth, Nov. 1863- 
Nov. 1870 ; Red Wing, Minn., Nov. 1870-Apr. 1876 ; Somerset, Mass., 
Dec. 1876-Mar. 1884; Danversport, July 1884-Sept. 1888; Calvary ch., 
Salem, Oct. 1888-Aug. 1892; w. c. Beverly, 1892-1906. d. Beverly, 
Feb. 22, 1906. 

1857 

*SAMUEL BROOKS. 3. Grad. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., Aug. 31, 1831. Br. U. 1852; asst. lib. Br. U. 1852- 
53; instr. Gr. Feb. 1854-Feb. 1855 (N. T. I. 1853-54; 1855-57) ; ord. 
Beverly, Oct. 22, 1857; p. 2d ch., Beverly, 1857-60; asst. instr. Heb. 
N. T. I., 1860-61; p. South Framingham, Mar. 1862-Aug. 1864; West 



78 Students — 1857 

Medway, aut. 1866-Dec. 1869 ; prof. Lat. Lang, and Lit., Kal. C, 1869- 
1906, prof, em., 1906-11. d. Ann Arbor, Mich., Mar. 16, 1911. D.D., 
F. C. 1875. 

*JAMES ALPHEUS CLARK. 3. Grad. 

b. Pittsfield, Mass., 1827. Wms. C. 1853; asst. instr. Heb. N. T. I., 
1856-57; ord. July 2, 1857; p. Adrian, Mich., 1857-61; Fairfield, 1861- 
62; prof. Kal. C. 1862-69. d. Kalamazoo, Aug. 17, 1869. 

* ALEXANDER MARTIN HIGGINS. 3. Grad. 

b. Jamaica, Vt., Dec. 14, 1830. A. C. 1850-52; Br. U. 1854; ord. 
Boston, July 19, 1857; s. Reading, 8 mos. ; p. Leominster, 1859-61; 
Plaistow, N. H., Feb. 1861- Aug. 1864; South Framingham, Mass., 
Mar. 1865-Dec. 1866; Chicopee, Jan. 1867-Nov. 1869; Plaistow, N. H., 
Dec. 1869-Dec. 1872; Greenville, July 1873- June 1874; East Glouces- 
ter, Mass., June 1874- June 1877; Lee, Nov. 1877-May 1881; Ashland, 
May 1881- Jan. 1883; Swampscott, 1884-86; w. c. Somerville, 1886- 
1904. d. Somerville, Feb. 16, 1904. 

*HOWARD MALCOLM JONES. 3. Grad. 

b. Bangkok, Siam, July 19, 1834. Br. U. 1853; asst. lib. Providence 
Athenaeum, 1854; ord. Schoolcraft, Mich., Mav 19, 1858; p. School- 
craft, 1858-59; Racine, Wis., 1859-63; Fredonia, N. Y., 1863-69; 
Bristol, R. I., 1869-79; Shelburne Falls, Mass., 1879-83; Albert Lea, 
Minn., 1883-86; Fairfield, la., May 1886-Apr. 1888; Cedar Falls, Sept. 
1888-Oct. 1890; Le Mars, Feb. 1891-Mar. 1892; Clear Lake, July 
1894- June 1895; w. c. Cedar Falls, 1895-1903. d. Cedar Falls, Feb. 
28, 1903. Son of John T. Jones, class of 1830. 

*ENOS MUNGER. 3. Grad. 

b. Monson, Mass., Nov. 4, 1825. Br. U. 1854; ord. July 15, 1857; p. 
Red Wing, Minn., 1857-58; Lakeland, 1858-62; U. S. Army, priv. 
chapl., 1862-64; p. Belle Plaine, Minn., 1864-65; Jordan, 1865-66; 
Lexington, 1866-68; Lakeland, 1868-72. d. Lakeland, Oct. 14, 1873. 

*LUCIUS EDWIN SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Williamstown, Mass., Jan. 29, 1822. Wms. C. 1843; adm. to the 
bar, 1845; assoc. ed. Hartford Courant, 1847-48; Boston Republican, 
1850; ed. Free Soil Advocate, 1848; asst. sec. A. B. M. U., 1849-54; 
ord. Groton, Jan. 14, 1858; p. Groton, Jan. 1858-Sept. 1865; prof. U. 
Lewis., 1865-68; ed. Baptist Quarterly, 1867-68; asst. ed. Examiner 
and Chronicle, 1868-76; ed. The Watchman, 1877-Dec. 1881, assoc. 
ed. Jan. 1882- June 1892; w. c. Groton, Mass., 1892-1900. d. Groton, 
Feb. 10, 1900. D.D., Wms. C. 1869. 

*JOSEPH COLVER WIGHTMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Groton, Conn., Jan. 2, 1828. Br. U. 1852; ord. Apr. 15, 1857; p. 
South Abington, now Whitman, 1857-58; Middletown, Conn., 1858- 
62; chapl. U. S. Army, 1862-63; p. New London, Conn., 1863-66; 
North Cambridge, Mass., 1866-68; dist. sec. Am. Bapt. Bib. Un., 1870- 
71; p. Taunton, 1873-82; author, d. Tiverton, R. I., Aug. 6, 1882. 



* Albion Byron Clark. 1. 

b. New Sharon, Me., Mar. 24, 1826. W. C. 1851; prim, Shelburne 
Falls A., 1851-54; ord. Sept. 12, 1855; p. Skowhegan, Me., 1855-58; 
agt. A. B. P. S. 1859-63; p. Columbia, Calif., 3 mos., 1863. d. Skow- 
hegan, Me., Sept. 9, 1865. 

* Julius Earle Johnson. 1. 

b. Willington, Conn., Oct. 27, 1827. Br. U. 1854; ord. 1856; p. Jack- 
son, Mich., 1856-63; Madison, Wis., 1863-66; Delavan, 1866-68; Mil- 
waukee, 1868; Beaver Dam, 1869-72. d. Beaver Dam, Oct. 20, 1872. 



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1858 

*GEORGE BULLEN. 3. Grad. 

b. New Sharon, Me., Nov. 8, 1833. W. C. 1853; tea. Me. 1853-55; U. 
Halle and U. Gottingen, 1858-59; ord. Bloomfield, now Skowhegan, 
Me., June 13, 1860; p. Skowhegan, Mar. 1860-Aug. 1862; chapl. 16th 
Me. Vols., Aug. 1862-Oct. 1863; p. South Reading, now Wakefield, 
Mass., Jan. 1864-Nov. 1866; act. p. Brighton, Sept. 1867-May 1868; 
p. Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 1868-Mar. 1891 ; cor. sec. No. Bapt. Educ. 
Soc, Apr. 1891-Oct. 1896; prof. Christ. Miss., N. T. I., 1891-Aug. 
1897; s. Brighton Ave. ch., Allston, in 1898; p. New London, N. H., 
Jan. 1900-Oct. 1906; s. South Boston, Mass., aut. 1906-spg. 1907; p. 
Hingham, Sept. 1908-Oct. 1913; author, d. Newton Centre, Aug. 20, 
1916. D.D., C. U. 1880. 

*WILLIAM HENRY EVANS. 3. Grad. 

b. Cheltenham, Eng., Nov. 9, 1831. H. U. 1855 ; ord, China, Me., Sept. 
1, 1858; p. China, 1858-60; Damariscotta, 1861-66; Hyannis, Mass., 
1867-72; Holvoke, 1872-79; Littleton, 1880-83; North Oxford, 1883- 
85; Still River, 1887-95. d. Suffield, Conn., Dec. 6, 1897. 

*GEORGE BOARDMAN GOW. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterville, Me., Jan. 11, 1832. W. C. 1852; tea. Wat. A. 1853-55; 
ord. Ayer, Sept. 28, 1858; p. Ayer, 1858-61; prin. N. L. L. S. I., 1861- 
64; p. Gloucester, Mass., 1864-Mar. 1867; Worcester, Apr. 1867-72; 
fin. agt. W. A. 1872-74; p. Millbury, 1874-80; Brattleboro, Vt., 1880- 
83; Glens Falls, N. Y., 1883-Mar. 1895, p. em. 1895-1913; res. North- 
ampton, Mass., Sept. 1894- July 1895; Poughkeepsie, N. Y., July 
1895-1902; Glens Falls, 1902-13. d. Glens Falls, Jan. 17, 1913. 
D.D., C. U. 1881. 

*BARTLETT MAYHEW. 3. Grad. 

b. Chilmark, Mass., Aug. 11, 1829. Br. U. 1854; ord. June 3, 1858; 
p. West Tisbury, 1858; East Tisbury, 1858-59; Exeter, N. H., 1859- 
60. d. Tisbury, Mass., Sept. 24, 1860. 

*ALFRED OWEN. 2.5. Grad. 

b. China, Me., July 20, 1829. W. C. 1853; tea. Cherryfield, 1853; 
North Bridgton, Jan. 1854-Dec. 1855; ord. China, Me., Feb. 9, 1858; 
p. Lynn, Mass., Feb. 1858-Jan. 1867; Woodward Ave. ch., Detroit, 
Mich., Jan. 1867- Julv 1877; Mem. ch., Chicago, 111., July 1877- Aug. 
1879; pres. D. U. 1879-86; pres. R. W. U. 1887-95, instr. Met., Eth., 
and Theol. 1895-1905; ed. writer on Mich. Christian Herald; res. 
Nashville, Tenn. d. Nashville, July 21, 1912. D.D., Kal. C. 1871. 

*HENRY ALLEN SAWTELLE. 3. Grad. 

b. Sidney, Me., Dec. 11, 1832. W. C. 1854; tea. Wat. High Sch. and 
tut. W. C, 1854-55; ord. Limerick, Me., July 8, 1858; p. Limerick, 
1858-59; miss. A. B. M. U., Hong Kong, China, and Swatow, 1859- 
61; Chelsea, Mass., 1877-82; Kalamazoo, Mich., 1882-84; p. San 
Francisco, Calif., 1884-85. d. Waterville, Me., Nov. 22, 1885. D.D., 
Hills. C, 1874. 

*CHARLES ANDREW SNOW. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., May 12, 1829. Br. U. 1851-54; ord. Fall River, 
July 7, 1858; p. Fall River, July 1858-Nov. 1864; chapl. U. S. Army, 
Oct. 1862- June 1863; p. Providence, R. I., Dec. 1864- July 1870; 
South Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Sept. 1870- Aug. 1874; New 
Bedford, Nov. 1875- July 1881; act. p. Fall River, Sept. 1882-Nov. 
1883; p. West Harwich, Apr. 1886-Feb. 1898; w. c. Taunton, 1898- 
1903. d. Taunton, Nov. 29, 1903. 



80 Students — 1858 

*WILLIAM HOSMER SHAILER VENTRES. 3. Grad. 

b. Haddam, Conn., Oct. 3, 1832. H. U. 1855 ; ord. Portland, Me., July 
8, 1858; p. Paris, July 1858-66; Hyde Park, Mass., Oct. 1866-70; 
Hudson, June 1871-78; res. Peterboro, N. H., occ. pr., May 1879-84; 
p. North Livermore, Me., Apr., 1884-85; Canton, Apr. 1885-87; Peru, 
1885-88; Lebanon and North Berwick, May 1888-93; East Corinth, 
Mar. 1893- Apr. 1907; res. East Corinth, d. Portland, Oct. 7, 1912. 

*THEODORE WHITFIELD. 3. Grad. 

b. Hinds Co., Miss., Jan. 31, 1834. U. N. C. 1854; ord. Danville, Ky., 
1859; p. Danville, prof. Miss. C. 1872-73; supt. Miss. Inst, for Blind, 
1873-74; p. Aberdeen, Miss.; Goldsboro, N. C. ; Meridian, Miss.; 
Charlotte, N. C; Spartanbury, S. C; Goldsboro, N. C, Mar. 1883-87; 
Richmond, Va., 1887-94. d. Richmond, May 28, 1894. D.D., W. F. 
C. 1878. 



*Joel Parker Chapin. 2. (E.) 

b. Stowe, Vt., Feb. 21, 1825. N. L. L. S. I. ; ord. Wayne, Me., Dec. 
16, 1857; p. Wayne, 1857-59; Leeds, 1859-62; chapl. U. S. Hosp., 
1862-63; p. Shapleigh, Me., 1863-66; North Conway, N. H., 1867-75; 
Bow, 1875-77; West Sutton, Mass., 1877-80; Pottersville, now Ches- 
ham, N. H., 1880-84; w. c. North Leominster, Mass. d. North 
Leominster, Jan. 7, 1887. 

*William Fitz. 2. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 5, 1828. Br. U. ; ord. Westerly, R. I., July 
28, 1857; p. Westerly, July 1857-58; So. ch., Hartford, Conn., 1858- 
60; Westerly, R. I., 1861-65; chapl. U. S. army; p. Haverhill, Mass., 
1865-68; Montpelier, Vt., 1869-71; North Attleboro, Mass., 1872-73; 
Burrillville, R. L, 1873-81; East Providence, 1881-Dec. 1886; Rum- 
ney, N. H., Sept. 1887-90 ; w. c. Harrisville, R. I. d. Harrisville, Jan. 
8, 1895. 

*Charles Freeman Foster. 2. 

b. Dorchester, Mass., May 27, 1830. W. C. 1855; ord. Dorchester, 
Oct. 1857; p. South Amesbury, Nov. 1857-59; Biddeford, Me., 1859- 
61; Yarmouth, 1861-64; chapl. State Alms., Tewksbury, Mass., 1864- 
66 ; chapl. and asst. supt. State Prim. Sen., Monson, 1866-75; tea. 
Chicopee, 1875-77; supt. pub. schs., Chester, Pa., 1877-1900; res. 
Philadelphia, 1900-12. d. Philadelphia, Dec. 7, 1912. 

* Washington Irving Humphrey. 0.5. 

b. Yarmouth, Me., Feb. 1, 1830. W. C. 1855. d. Yarmouth, Me., 
Feb. 13, 1856. 

*William Scott McKenzie. 2. 

b. Liverpool, N. S., Feb. 29, 1832. H. U. 1855; ord. East Abington, 
now Rockland, Apr. 1857; p. East Abington, 1857-58; Andover, 1858- 
60; Providence, R. I., 1860-66; St. John, N. B., 1866-72; dist. sec. 
A. B. M. U., 1872-96; res. Winchester, Mass. d. Winchester, June 
13, 1896. D.D., La Gr. C, Mo. 1873. 

* Smith Norton. 1. 

o. Madison, Me., Apr. 18, 1824. O. C. 1855; A. T. S. 1856-58; 
O. T. S., a half year, 1858; ord. ev. Lebanon, O., Feb. 22, 1859; s. s. 
Cong, ch., Granville, 111., 1859; Churchville, N. Y., 1861-63; Augusta, 
Mich., 1865-66; Michigan City, Ind., 1866-71; supt. Lad. C, Evans- 
ton, 111., 1871-74; p. East Concord, N. H., 1874-77; Harwich, Mass., 
1877-80; Preston, Dak., 1881; Pierre, 1882-84; gen. miss. Dak. 1884- 
85; Wis., 1889-90; p. Newfane, Vt., 1895-May 1900; w. c. Newfane, 
1900-02; Oberlin, O., 1902-08; Albany, Ore., 1908-11; Old People's 
Home, Portland, Ore. d. Portland, Apr. 13, 1912. 



Students — 1859 81 

*Hiram Kallock Pervear. 2. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., July 16, 1831. Br. U. 1855; ord. Roxbury, Dec. 
3, 1857; p. East Cambridge, Dec. 1857-Mar. 1865; 1st ch., Worcester, 
Apr. 1865-Dec. 1872; Cambridgeport, Jan. 1873-Aug. 1879; 1st ch., 
New Bedford, Feb. 1880- July 1886; Clinton, Aug. 1886- July 1891; 
w. c. Cambridgeport; Jamaica Plain, 1894-1909. d. Jamaica Plain, 
June 2, 1909. D.D., Ac. U. 1899. 

* James Suggett Read. 1. 

b. Owentown, Ky., Sept. 10, 1826. F. C. 1849; ord. Vernon, Ind., 
Feb. 15, 1851; p. Table Rock, Ore., 1853-54; tea. Vernon, Ind., 1857 
p. Kankakee City ch., Kankakee, 111., 1858-60 ; Hackett ch., Kankakee 
Co., 1860-61; Franklin, Ind., Aug. 1861-62; Bloomington, 1862-63 
tea. Monroe Fern. S. 1863-64; p. Butlerville, 1867-69; Chauncey ch. 
Tippecanoe Co., 3 yrs. ; Grand Prairie, Apr. 1881-83; Fowler, Oct 
1883-86; tea. in several important schs. ; w. c. West Lafayette, Ind 
1886-98. d. Lafayette, Dec. 31, 1898. 

* James Warner Sear 11. 2. (E.) 

b. Providence, R. I., Feb. 13, 1825. Pierce A. 1855; ord. Richmond, 
N. H., Feb. 25, 1858; p. Richmond, 1857-59; West Swanzey, 1859-67; 
East Weare, 1867-69 ; Southampton, 1869-77 ; Leicester, Mass., 1877- 
81 ; w. c. Newton, 1881-85 ; p. Andover, Conn., 1885-89 ; Cummington, 
Mass., 1890-Nov. 1893. d. Cummington, Nov. 5, 1893. 

*Aaron Thorp. 2. (E.) 

6. Cornwallis, N. S., 1826. Ac. C. 1853-55. d. 1862. 

* James Judson Tucker. 1. 

b. Halifax, Vt., Oct. 6, 1827. Wms. C. 1854; tea. New Bedford, 1856- 
60; R. T. S. 1860; ord. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 30, 1860; p. Worcester, 
1860-62; South Dedham, 1862-64. d. Chicago, 111., Jan. 13, 1864. 

*Charles Frederick Weston. 

b. Skowhegan, Me., Jan. 25, 1827. W. C. 1855; R. T. S. 1859; ord. 
Lincoln, Me., Sept. 1863; p. Lincoln, 1863-65; Fayette, 1865-67; 
Russell, Mass.; East Avon, N. Y., 1874-75; Fowlerville, Mich., 1875- 
76; Orleans, 1876-77; Limerick, Me., 1878-80; Julian, Calif.; Oxford, 
Nebr., Sept. 1891-Apr. 1892. d. Springfield, Apr. 18, 1892. 



1859 

*THERON BROWN. 1. Grad. 

b. Willimantic, Conn., Apr. 29, 1832. Y. C. 1856; Hart. T. S. 1856- 
58; ord. South Framingham, Dec. 15, 1859; p. South Framingham, 
Oct. 1859-61; Canton, Feb. 1861- July 1870; ed. Youth's Companion, 
1870-1914; author; res. Norwood, 1870-90; Newtonville, 1890-1914. 
d. Newtonville, Feb. 14, 1914. 

*CHARLES FRANCIS HOLBROOK. 3. Grad. 

b. Bellingham, Mass., July 14, 1830. Br. U. 1855; ord. Tarriffville, 
Conn., Feb. 15, 1860; p. Fairfield, Dec. 1859- Jan. 1862; West Boyl- 
ston, Mass., Feb. 1862-Sept. 1865; Danversport, Oct. 1865- July 1870; 
Saco, Me., Aug. 1870-Dec. 1878; Newport, N. H., Jan. 1879-May 
1883; Hallowell, Me., June 1883-88; Danversport, Mass., Mar. 1889- 
98. d. Danversport, Jan. 4, 1898. 

*JOTHAM WARREN HORTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Nantucket, Mass., Apr. 25, 1826. Mid. A. ; ord. Sept. 15, 1859 ; p. 
Milford, N. H., 1859-62; New Orleans, La., 1863-64; supt. Ross Col- 
ony, New Orleans, 1864-65. d. Aug. 5, 1866. 



82 Students — 1859 

*John Fletcher Ashley. 1. 

b. Yarmouth, N. S., May 9, 1832. Mid. A.; ord. Templeton, June 15, 
1858; p. Templeton, now Baldwinsville, 1858-61; North Attleboro, 
1861-62; capt. U. S. Army, 1862-64; tea. Norwich, Conn., 1864-74; 
priv. tea. and s., res. Gardner, Mass., 1874-93. d. Cambridge, Nov. 
29, 1893. 

*William W. Ashley. 1. (E.) 

b. Yarmouth, N. S. W. A.; ord. June 16, 1858; ev. 1858-59; p. Win- 
chendon, Mass., 1859-61, 1869-70; Edgartown, 1861-62, 1866-67; 
Greenville, Conn., and Colchester, 1862-66. d. Cotuit Port, Mass., 
Oct. 1, 1878. 

*Isaac Bridgman. 0.5. 

b. Hanover, N. H., Oct. 2, 1833. D. C. 1856; A. T. S. 1857; not ord.) 
tea. P. A. A. 1858-65 ; prin. class, sch., Syracuse, N. Y., 1866-75 ; trav. 
and stud, abroad, 1876-77; tea. Cleveland, 0., 1877-87; Northampton, 
Mass., 1887-1915. d. Mclndoes, Vt., Aug. 27, 1915. Ph.D., D. C. 

' 1886. 

* Joseph Alfred Daniels. 1. 

b. Holliston, Mass., July 6, 1836. U. C. ; ord. Hertford, N. C, 1859 ; 
p. Hertford, 2 yrs., in Confed. Army; in bus., Lewiston, Pa. 1868-95. 
No further information. 

*Henry Clinton Graves. 2. 

b. Deerfield, Mass., Sept. 22, 1830. A. C. 1856; ord. North Sunder- 
land, Mar. 9, 1858; p. Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, Apr. 1858-Aug. 
1863; Brown St. ch., Providence, R. I., Sept. 1863-Oct. 1874; 2d ch., 
Fall River, Mass., Nov. 1874-Mar. 1880; 1st ch., Haverhill, Apr. 
1880-Mar. 1886; North ch., New Bedford, May 1886-Sept. 1895; w. c. 
West Somerville, 1895-99; assoc. p. Tremont Temple, Boston, 1899- 
1900; pres. Boston Evangelical Inst., Revere, 1900-04; instr. Gordon 
Bib. Trn. Sch., Boston, 1904-08; author; res. Somerville, Mass. d. 
Somerville, Sept. 14, 1917. D.D., Cent. U. 1888. 

*Darius Francis Lamson. 1. (E.) 

b. Weston, Mass., Dec. 7, 1832. Br. U. 1853-56; ord. Littleton, July 
25, 1858; p. Littleton, July 1858-May 1861; Ashland, Oct. 1861-Oct. 
1865; Northboro, Nov. 1865- June 1873; Dewey St., ch., Worcester, 
July 1873-Dec. 1881; city miss. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 1882- Apr. 
1896; Boydton Inst., Boydton, Va., 1896-99; instr. Boston Evangelical 
Inst., Revere, 1901-04; Gordon Bib. Trn. Sch., 1904-08; author; res. 
Newton, d. Newton, Mass., July 14, 1914. 

* Jesse Valentine Lentell. 2. (E.) 

b. Weston, Mass., Jan. 10, 1824. Br. U. 1846-47; tea. Calif. 1853-55; 
ord. Spencer, Mass., May 1855; p. Spencer, 1855-57; p. Sandisfield, 
1859-63; Conway, July 1863-66; s. Shutesbury, 1866-67; West Deer- 
field, 1867-68; miss. Calif., 1868-69; s. Shutesbury, Mass., and other 
chs., 1869-70; p. Stamford, Vt., Nov. 1870-72; health failed; trav. 
sales. 15 yrs.; res. Amherst, Mass., 1872-1909. d. Amherst, Mar. 18, 
1909. 
*Thomas Clarkson Russell. 0.5. 

b. West Boylston, Mass., Aug. 3, 1834. M. U. ; ord. Barnstable, Nov. 
7, 1858; p. Barnstable, 1858-60; Billerica, 1860-63; New Boston, 
N. H., 1863-66; South Braintree, Mass., 1866-68; Leominster, 1868- 
74; Mansfield, 1874-77; Palmer and Three Rivers, 1878-81; Spring- 
vale, Me., 1881-83; Swampscott, Mass., 1883-85; Suncook, N. H., 
1891-96; Roadstown, N. J.; 1896-97; Wenham, Mass., 1897-Sept. 
1902; Shutesbury, Nov. 1902- June 1905; Cornish Flat, N. H., June 
1905-1910; res. West Medway, Mass., 1910-19. d. Milford, Dec. 27, 
1919. 



Students — 1860 83 

*Daniel Morse Welton. 1. 

b. Aylesford, N. S., July 20, 1831. Ac. C. 1854; res. grad. 1855-56; 
ord. Windsor, N. S., Sept. 2, 1857; p. Windsor, 1857-Oct. 1874; prof. 
Ac. C. 1874-83; prof. 0. T. Interp., McM. U. 1883-1904; author, d. 
Toronto, Ont., Feb. 28, 1904. Ph.D., U. Leipzig 1878; D.D., Ac. C. 
1884. 
*George Whitfield. 1. (E.) 

b. Society Ridge, Miss., Sept. 7, 1830. Col. C. 1851. ord. Yazoo 
City, Miss., 1858; p. Yazoo City, 1858-59; country chs., Hinds and 
Madison Cos., 1860-66; agt. F. M., Miss., 1881-90; sec. Bd. Min. 
Educ, 1896-1909; res. Clinton, Miss. d. Clinton, Mar. 15, 1923. 
D.D., Miss. C. 1896. 

1860 

*CYRUS HENRY CARLETON. 3. Grad. 

b. Sangerville, Me., Apr. 2, 1832. B. C. 1856; ord. Oct. 31, 1860; p. 
Limerick, Me., 1860-62; New Gloucester, 1863; Buckfield, 1864-67; 
Foxboro, Mass., 1867-68. d. Foxboro, Dec. 26, 1868. 

*HENRY AUGUSTUS HART. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., July 5, 1836. W. C. 1857; ord. Rockland, Me., Aug. 
2, 1860; p. Rockland, 1860-Mar. 1865; Yarmouth, Mar. 1865-69; wool 
bus., Portland, 1869-88. d. Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 12, 1888. 

*ELBRIDGE PEPPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Ware, Mass., Apr. 20, 1827. A. C. 1853; ord. Effingham, N. H., 
Dec. 4, 1861; p. Effingham, 1861-63; Farmington, Me., 1864-67; East- 
port, 1867-71; Bradford, N. H., 1872-84; South Norridgewock, Me., 
1890-93; p. m. South Norridgewock, 1890-93; w. c. South Norridge- 
wock, 1893-1905; inv.; res. Madison, 1905-10. d. Madison, Nov. 13, 
1910. 

*GEORGE DANA BOARDMAN PEPPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Ware, Mass., Feb. 5, 1833. A. C. 1857; ord. Waterville, Me., Sept. 
6, 1860; p. Waterville, 1860-65; prof. Ch. Hist., N. T. I., 1865-67; 
prof. Christ. Theol., C. T. S., 1867-82; pres. C. U., and prof. Psy. and 
Mor. Phil., 1882-89; p. Saco, Me., Jan. 1891-Sept. 1892; prof. Bib. 
Lit., C. U., 1892-1900; author; res. Waterville, Me. d. Waterville, 
Jan. 30, 1913. D.D., C. U. 1867, A. C. 1882; LL.D., U. Lewis. 1882, 
C. U. 1890. 

*MOSES JEWETT PRESCOTT. 3. Grad. 

b. Ipswich, Mass., July 1, 1832. W. C. 1857; ord. Oct. 3, 1860; p. 
Kennebunkport, Me., 1860-63. d. Ipswich, Mass., Dec. 5, 1863. 



*John Billings Brackett. 2. 

b. Woburn, Mass., Dec. 31, 1835. Br. U. 1857; ord. Poughkeepsie, 
N. Y., Sept. 1859; p. Poughkeepsie, July 1859-Nov. 1865; Williams- 
burg, Nov. 1865-Apr. 1873; Lynn, Mass., Apr. 1873-Feb. 1878; 
Charlestown, Feb. 1878-Mav 1880; Brookline, May 1880-Dec. 1887; 
w. c. Brookline. d. Brookline, Dec. 5, 1889. D.D., U. R. 1872. 

*Edward Winter Clark. 1. 

b. Northeast, N. Y., Feb. 25, 1830. Br. U. 1857 ; R. T. S. 1858-59 ; ord. 
Logansport, Ind., June 30, 1859 ; p. Logansport, 1859-60 ; ed. and publ., 
The Witness, Indianapolis, Apr. 1861-65; Indiana ed., The Standard, 
1865-67 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Sibsagor, Assam, Mar. 1869-75 ; Naga Hills, 
Mar. 1876-1911 ; reduced Ao Naga lang. to writing ; author of various 
works in Ao Naga; res. Amenia, N. Y. d. St. Augustine, Fla., Mar. 
18, 1913. D.D., Br. U. 1901. 



84 Students — 1860 

*George Mellen Prentiss King. 1. 

b. Oxford, Me., Dec. 12, 1833. W. C. 1857; ord. Farmington, Me., 
May 12, 1858; p. Farmington, 1858; prof. Md. Agric. C, 1858-59; p. 
East Providence, R. I., 1860-65; U. S. Christ. Cmn. ; tea. Richmond, 
Va., 1865-67; prin. Natl. Theol. Inst. Washington, D. C., 1867-69; 
pres. Wayland S., 1869-97; prof. Va. Un. U., 1899-1917; res. Rich- 
mond, Va. d. Christiansburg, Va., Oct. 8, 1917. D.D., C. U. 1886; 
LL.D., Ky. State C. 1908. 

*Francis Mansfield. 1. 

b. Carlisle, Mass., Aug. 27, 1834. D. C; Br. U. 1858; Gen. T. S., 
New York, N. Y., 1858-61; ord. Epis. dea., Cold Spring, N. Y., 1860; 
pt., ch. of Holy Apostles, New York, 1861; asst. ch. of Holy Com- 
munion, New York, 1860-61; min. St. Paul's, Salem, 1861; cur. Cal- 
vary Chap., New York, 1861-62; chapl. 132d N. Y. Vols., Aug. 1862- 
Feb. 1863; r. ch. of Ascension, Brooklyn, June 1863-Nov. 1873; ch. 
of Atonement and St. John's, combined to form St. Andrew's, Chi- 
cago, 111., Dec. 1873-Nov. 1878; Trinity ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 
1878-Nov. 1881; St. John's church, Taunton, Mass., Mar. 1882- June 
1890; M. D., C. of Phys. and Surg., New York, N. Y., 1885, Long 
Island C. Hosp., 1893; completed Harvard med. course, 1894; phys. 
and surg., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1890-95; chapl. Bellevue Hosp., 1892; 
asst. r. Christ ch., Brooklyn, 1894; tea. Anc. and Mod. Lang., Marma- 
duke Mil. A., Sweet Springs, Mo., 1895-98; r. St. Jame's ch., Calli- 
coon Depot, N. Y., 1898-99; Waxahatchie, Tex., 1899-1903; Wichita 
Falls, 1903-05; St. John's ch., Worthington, O., 1905-11; author, d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., July 1, 1911. 

*Hannibal Martin Sawtelle. 1. 

b. Sidney, Me., Feb. 11, 1824. Effingham A.; ord. Freedom, N. H., 
Feb. 11, 1859; p. Freedom, and Parsonsfield, Me., Sept. 1858-Sept. 
1859; Waterboro, Oct. 1859-Feb. 1878; Lebanon, Mar. 1878-Mar. 
1884; North Conway, N. H., Apr. 1884-Sept. 1887. d. North Con- 
way, Sept. 11, 1887. 

1861 

*COMFORT EDWIN BARROWS. 3. Grad. 

b. Attleboro, Mass., Dec. 11, 1831. Br. U. 1858; ord. South Danvers, 
now Peabody, Mass., Dec. 25, 1861 ; p. Peabody, 1861-65 ; 1st ch., New- 
port, R. I., Mar. 1865-83; author, d. Newport, Dec. 26, 1883. D.D., 
C.U. 1881. 

♦CHARLES HENRY COREY. 3. Grad. 

b. New Canaan, N. B., Dec. 12, 1834. Ac. C. 1858; ord. Seabrook, 
N. H., Sept. 18, 1861; p. Seabrook, 1861-64; U. S. Christ. Cmn., 1864- 
65; miss. A. B. H. M. S. 1865-67; pres. Augusta Inst., Ga., 1867-68; 
pres. Rich. T. S., 1868-99. d. Seabrook, N. H., Sept. 5, 1899. D.D., 
Bay. U. and R. C. 1881, Toronto Bapt. C, Can. 1884, Ac. tJ. 1892. 

*ABIJAH ROBINSON CRANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Wayne, Me., Feb. 2, 1832. W. C. 1856; ord. Hallowell, Me., Nov. 
1861; p. Hallowell, 1861-74; fin. sec. C. U., 1874-77; p. East Win- 
throp, 1877-90; memb. leg. 1879, 1880; p. Hebron and instr. Bib. Lit., 
Hebron A., 1890-1910; res. Arlington, N. J. d. Arlington, Mar. 22, 
1919. D.D., C. U. 1882. 

♦JOSEPH HENRY GILMORE. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 29, 1834. Br. U. 1858; asst. instr. Heb v 
N. T. I., 1861-62; ord. Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H., June 19, 
1862; p. Fisherville, June 1862-64; ed. Concord Daily Monitor, and 
priv. sec. to Gov. Gilmore of N. H., 1864-65; p. 2d ch., Rochester, 
N. Y., Oct. 1865-Dec. 1867; act. prof. Heb. R. T. S., 1867-68; prof. 
Rhet., Log., and Eng., U. R., Jan. 1868-1908, prof, em., 1908-18; wrote 



Students — 1861 85 

hymn He Leadeth Me, 1862; author; ed. writer on the Examiner; 
University Extension lect. ; res. Rochester, N. Y. d. Rochester, July 
23, 1918. Ph.D., Br. U. 1892. 

*DAVID EDWARD HOLMES. 2. Grad. 

b. Stonington, Conn., Aug. 12, 1832. M. U. 1858; H. T. S. 1858-59; 
ord. Peoria, 111., May 14, 1862; p. Peoria, May 1862-Feb. 1864; Berlin, 
Wis., Apr. 1864-Dec. 1865; tea. Berlin, Jan. 1866- June 1871; Osh- 
kosh, Sept.-Dec, 1871 ; civ. serv., Galva, 111., Apr. 1872-Dec. 1886 ; p. 
Cong, ch., Sublette, 111., Jan. 1887-May 1890; Stark, June 1890-May 
1891; Ontario, June-Nov. 1893; Sublette, Dec. 1894; disab. May 1896; 
res. Chicago, 111., 1894-1907. d. Chicago, Nov. 1, 1907. 

*ROBERT DICKEY PORTER. 2. Grad. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., Jan. 31, 1830. Ac. C. 1857; ord. Dartmouth, 
N. S., Sept. 17, 1857; p. Milton, N. S., 1861-62; Hebron, 1862-66; 
Lockport, 1866-70; Milltown, Calais, Me., 1870-77; Fin. Agt. Ac. C 3 
1877-80; health failed; res. Middleton, 1880-81; p. Lawrencetown, 
1881-87; in broken health, occ. pr., Middleton, 1887-1904; Smith's 
Cove, Digby, 1904-07; Willow Park, Halifax, 1907-08; p. St. Mar^ 
garet's Bay, 1908-09; res. Willow Park, Halifax, d. Truro, N. S., 
Jan. 1, 1917. 

*HENRY EPHRAIM ROBINS. 3. Grad. 

b. Hartford, Conn., Sept. 30, 1827. C. L. I.; Fairmont T. S., Ky.; 
ord. Hartford, Conn., Dec. 26, 1861; assoc. p. Cent, ch., Newport, 
R. I., Jan. 1862-Mar. 1863; p. Cent, ch., Newport, Mar. 1863-May 
1867; 1st ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1867-73; pres. C. U. 1873-82; prof. 
Christ Eth., R. T. S., 1882-1903; ill health; lit. work, 1903; res. Green- 
field, Mass. d. Greenfield, Apr. 23, 1917. D.D., U. R. 1868; LL.D., 
C. U. 1890. 

*CHARLES HENRY ROWE. 3. Grad. 

b. Guilford, Me., Jan. 19, 1834. W. C. 1858; ord. New Gloucester, 
Me., Aug. 29, 1861; s. Holyoke, Mass., 1861-62; p. Augusta, Me., 1862- 
64; chapl. U. S. Army, 1864-65; p. Boston, Mass., 1866-71; asst. ed. 
Christian Era, 1868-71; p. Weymouth, 1871-74; Wollaston Heights, 
1874-78; Cambridge, 1878-81; Mystic River, Conn., 1881-84; South 
Abington, now Whitman, Mass., 1885-88; Randolph, 1888-Nov. 1890. 
d. Newton Centre, Nov. 29, 1890. 

*HENRY GILBERT SAFFORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 18, 1832. Br. U. 1858; ord. Amesbury, Sept. 
19, 1861; p. Amesbury, 1861-68; Concord, N. H., June 1868-Oct. 
1875; South Framingham, Mass., Dec. 1875-Feb. 1884; insur. bus., 
Newton, Mass., 1884-99. d. Newton, May 29, 1899. 

*SAMUEL GREGORY SILLIMAN. 3. Grad. 

b, Easton, Conn., Oct. 13, 1834. Br. U. 1858; s. Lebanon, Me., 1862- 
63; ord. Memphis. Tenn., Nov. 11, 1864; miss. Memphis, 1864-66; p. 
Memphis, 1866-75; Montana, N. J., 1877-79; s. Danbury, Conn., 1880- 
81; p. White Hills, Dec. 1881-Apr. 1887; Lyme, May 1887- Apr. 1891; 
Winthrop, May 1891-Apr. 1892; w. c. Adams, Conn. d. Easton, 
Nov. 1, 1899. 

*HENRY VAUGHAN. 2. Grad. 

b. St. Martin's, N. B., Nov. 14, 1834. Ac. C. 1858; p. St. John, N. B., 
1862-64. d. St. John, Aug. 12, 1864. 



♦Howard Malcolm Emerson. 2. 

6. North Reading, Mass., 1834. Br. U. 1858; ord. Jan. 2, 1861; p. 
Methuen, 1861-62. d. South Berwick, Me., May 16, 1862. 



86 Students — 1861 

♦William Hall. 1. 

b. Kentville, N. S., 1816. K. C. 1835; ord. July 12, 1842; p. N. S. 
and N. B. d. Windsor, N. S., Jan. 15, 1870. 

*Lucius Manlius Sargent Haynes. 2. 

b. Marblehead, Mass., Feb. 8, 1838. ord. Augusta, Me., Sept. 27, 
1860; p. Augusta, Sept. 1860-61; U. S. Army, 1861-62; p. Oswego, 
N. Y., Apr. 1863-69; Watertown, Sept. 1869-Mar. 1873; Norwich, 
1873-Mar. 1881; Binghamton, Apr. 1881-Mar. 1886; Troy, Apr. 1886- 
Dec. 1896 ; assoc. p. Judson mem. ch., New York, Jan. 1897-98 ; ev. aut., 
1889-1901; p. Binghamton, N. Y., Apr. 1, 1901-?, Oct. 1904-06; ret., 
1906; author, 1902; res. Minneapolis, Minn., 1915-27. d. Aug. 15, 
1927. D.D., M. U. 1879. Son of Dudley C. Haynes, class of 1837. 

*Henry Martyn Jones. 2. 

&. Poultney, Vt., June 21, 1827. Wms. C. 1856; ord. Southfield, New 
Marlboro, Mass., Oct. 1856; p. Southfield, 1856-60; p. Tisbury and 
Gayhead, I860-?; Lodi Schodack, N. Y.; Berne; home miss., Kans., 
1870-75?; far. West Norfolk, Conn. d. West Norfolk, Feb. 2, 1896. 

*George Robinson Mclntyre. 1. 

b. Warren, Me., Mar. 8, 1835. B. C. 1858 ; stud, law, Thomaston, Me., 
1859-61; adm. to bar, Rockland, 1861; elk. Washington, D. C, 1861- 
62. d. Warren, Me., Nov. 16, 1863. 

* Alexander McLearn. 1. (E.) 

b. St. Peter's Bay, P. E. I., Mar. 9, 1832. Pierce A. 1856-58; ord. 
Halifax, Oct. 3, 1860; p. Halifax, 1860-61; North Middleboro, July 
1863- June 1865; East Granville, 1865-69; Manchester, Mich., 1869- 
70; Aurelius, 1870-72; Dansville, 1872-79; w. c. Mason, 1879-81; pres. 
C, Battle Creek, 1881-82; p. Seventh Day Bapt. ch., Walworth, Wis., 
Jan. 1883- July 1886; miss. p. Berlin, July 1886- July 1888; p. Rock- 
ville, R. I., July 1888-1906. d. Walworth, Wis., Mar. 17, 1907. D.D., 
Prince of Wales C, P. E. I. 

*Asa Perkins. 2. 

b. Thomaston, Me., Dec. 1, 1833. W. C. 1856; ord. Rockport, Me., 
Sept. 12, 1860; p. Rockport, June 1860-Sept. 1862; East Harrington, 
June 1863- Aug. 1866; Livermore Falls, Feb. 1867- Apr. 1868; Lim- 
erick, Dec. 1869- June 1877; s. Machiasport and East Machias, 1877- 
78; Fayette, June 1879- June 1880; w. c. Limerick, 1880-93. d. 
Limerick, Aug. 1, 1893. 

*William Granville Pratt. 2. 

b. New Castle, Pa., July 17, 1834. D. U. 1856; ord. 1861; p. Dixon, 
111., Jacksonville, Chester, 1861-66; Zanesville, O., 1866-68; Cheviot, 
1868-69; tea. Kansas City, Kans., 1869-72; supt. schs., St. Peter, 
Minn., and Northfield, 1872; prof. Allegheny, Pa. d. Allegheny, Feb. 
20, 1884. 

*Solon Whithed Stevens. 0.5. 

b. Lowell, Mass., Aug. 1, 1836. Br. U. 1858 ; health failed ; not ord. ; 
tea. mus., Lowell, 1858-66 ; held many civ. pos. ; memb. Sch. Bd., 1879- 
85; memb. leg., 1885, 1886; ad. bar, 1888; author; res. Lowell, 1858- 
1918. d. New York, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1918. 

1862 

*OHAPIN HOWARD CARPENTER. 3. Grad. 

b. Milford, N. H., June 29, 1835. H. U. 1859; ord. Cambridge, Sept. 
28, 1862; miss. Rangoon, Burma, 1862-68; prof. Karen T. S., Ran- 
goon, May 1863-Nov. 1868; miss. Bassein, 1868-72, 1875-80; pres. 
Rangoon C. 1874-75; in U. S. 1872-74, 1880-86; miss, work, Nemuro, 
Yezo, Japan, Sept. 1886-Feb. 1887; author, d. Nemuro, Feb. 2, 1887. 
Son of Mark Carpenter, class of 1833. 



Students — 1862 87 

*AMOS HARRIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Turner, Me., Aug. 17, 1830. B. C. 1859; ord. Medfield, Nov. 1862; 
p. Medfield, Sept. 1862-Sept. 1865; Arlington, Jan. 1866-Dec. 1874; 
Weston, Jan. 1875-Nov. 1890 ; act. p. Glendale ch., Everett, July 1894- 
Feb. 1897; Randolph, June 1897-99; res. Everett, Mass., 1891-1908. 
d. Everett, Apr. 25, 1908. 

*HENRY MELVILLE KING. 3. Grad. 

b. Oxford, Me., Sept. 3, 1838. B. C. 1859; ord. Portland, Me., Aug. 
28, 1862; asst. instr. Heb., N. T. I. 1859-62; 1862-63; p. Dudley St. 
ch., Boston Highlands, Apr. 1863-Dec. 1881; Em. Ch., Albany, N. Y., 
Jan. 1882- June 1891 ; 1st ch., Providence, R. I., July 1891-Apr. 1906, 
p. em. 1906-19; author; res. Providence, R. I. d. Providence, Juse 
16, 1919. D.D., C. U. 1877; S.T.D., B. C. 1899. 

*WILLIAM MILTON ROSS. 3. Grad. 

b. Deerfield, Mass., Dec. 6, 1826. Br. U. 1849-50; A. C. 1 yr.; ord. 
Jan. 1863; p. South Norwalk, Conn., 1863-65; West Hartford, 1865- 
68; North Billerica, Mass., 1868-71. d. Northampton, Nov. 5, 1872. 

*HENRY MARTIN TUPPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Monson, Mass., Apr. 11, 1831. A. C. 1859; ord. Wales, July 1862; 
U. S. Army, priv., chapl., 1862-65; p. colored ch. Raleigh, N. C. 1866- 
74; fd. Shaw U., pres. 1866-93. d. Raleigh, Nov. 11, 1893. D.D., 

W. F. C. 1886. 
*DAVID WESTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Middleboro, Mass., Jan. 26, 1836. Br. U. 1859 ; ord. Aug. 28, 1862; 
p. Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, 1862-70; prin. W. A. 1870-72; p. Cent, 
ch., Salem, 1872; prof. Ecc. Hist., H. T. S., 1872-75; author, d. 
Hamilton, N. Y., Feb. 21, 1875. D.D., U. R. 1873. 



*Charles Brooks. 1.5. (E.) 

b. Holden, Mass., Feb. 8, 1830. Br. U. 1851-53; tea. 1854-59; ord. 
West Wardsboro, Vt., Sept. 19, 1861; p. West Wardsboro, July 1861- 
64; del. Christ. Cmn. 6 weeks; p. Rowe, Mass., and Charlemont, June 
1864- June 1867; West Royalston, 1867-69; Weston, Vt., 1869-70; 
Milford, la., and Sciola, July 1870-Dec. 1871; Oxford, Jan. 1872-Sept. 
1872; Lone Tree, Oct. 1873-Feb. 1877; Monmouth, Feb. 1877-Feb. 
1878; Algona, Feb. 1878-Feb. 1879; Prairie Creek, 1880, 3 mos.; 
Livermore, 1880-81; vol. mis. in many new towns; lect. ; w. c. Liver- 
more, 1889- ?; State Hospital, Cherokee, la., ?-1915. d. Cherokee, 
Nov. 27, 1915. 

*Alfred Chipman. 2? 

b. Western Cornwallis, N. S., Aug. 11, 1834. Ac. C. 1855, post-grad. 
1856-57, tut. 1860-61 (N. T. I. parts of 1858-60, 1861-62) ; ord. Ox- 
ford, N. S., Nov. 16, 1862; miss, and p. Pictou Co., 1862-66; Stewi- 
acke, Musquodoboit, Renfrew, 1866-70; Yarmouth, 1870-71; Svdney, 
C. B., and Hawksbury, 1871-74; Bedeque, P. E. I., and Tryon," 1875- 
78; Hopewell, N. B., 1.879-81; Jacksonville, 1882-83; State miss., Me., 
1884-85; p. Monson, Me., Dec. 1886-87; Campton Village, N. H., 1887- 
89; Alfred, Me., May 1889-Aug. 1892; North Springfield, Vt., 1892- 
May 1898; Stewiacke, N. S., Nov. 1898-Dec. 1899; occ. s. Berwick, 
Jan. 1900-18. d. Berwick, Apr. 24, 1918. D.D., Ac. U. 1914. 

*John Perkins Farrar. 1. (E.) + 2. 

b. Mason Village, now Greenville, N. H., Aug. 25, 1824. A. New 
Ipswich, N. H., and Fair Haven, Vt. ; ord. Boston, Mass., Jan. 4, 
1849 ; Adv. min. ; p. Low Hampton, N. Y., 1855-58 ; p. Bapt. ch., East 
Wallingford, Vt., 1861-63, 1870-72; South Chelmsford, Mass., 1863- 
65; 3d ch., Lynn, 1865-67; Sturbridge, 1867-69; Ludlow, Vt., 1872-78; 



88 Students — 1862 

Vineyard Haven, Mass., 1883-85 ; many ev. and s. serv. ; ed. Messiah's 
Herald, 3 yrs. ; res. Lynn, Mass. d. Lynn, Dec. 1, 1901. 

♦Benjamin Franklin Lawrence. 1. 

b. Jay, Me., Apr. 14, 1835. W. C. 1858; in civ. war, 2d R. I. Vols.; 
ord. Cape Neddick, Me., May 22, 1862; p. Cape Neddick, Jan. 1862- 
Apr. 1865; East Corinth, Apr. 1865- Apr. 1867; Dexter, Apr. 1867- 
May 1870; Brunswick, May 1870-Sept. 1874; Groton, Mass., Oct. 
1874-Oct. 1880; Colo, and Wis., 1880-81; Meriden, N. H., July 1881- 
Nov. 1886; Jefferson, Me., Nov. 1886-May 1890; Buckfield, May 1890- 
Sept. 1897; Shutesbury, Mass., Nov. 1898-Oct. 1899; Mendon, Jan. 
1900- Jan. 1902; Bow, N. H., Aug. 1904-Oct. 1905; ret.; res. Marlboro, 
Mass. ; author, d. Marlboro, Jan. 5, 1917. 

*Horatio C. Lillie. 1. 

b. Butternuts, N. Y., 1838. U. C. 1859; far. South New Berlin, N. Y., 
1860-1926. d. Mar. 17, 1926. 

*Judah Teague Pompilly. 1. 

b. Turner, Me., Mar. 17, 1837. W. C. 1859; not ord.; in bus. d. 
Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 6, 1870. 

*Albert Knight Potter. 1. 

b. Coventry, E. I., June 25, 1833. Br. U. 1859; ord. South Berwick, 
Me., Sept. 27, 1860; p. South Berwick, 1860-64; State St. ch., Spring- 
field, Mass., 1864-83; Dudley St. ch., Boston 1883-Sept. 1887; author. 
d. Springfield, Nov. 3, 1887. D.D., M. U. 1881. 

*Moses M. Randolph. 1. 

b. Atlanta, 111., 1835. S. C, 1 yr. ; p. Shirley, Mass., 1858-59 ; ord. Mar. 
24, 1859; U. S. Vols., 1861-62. d. battle Pittsburgh Landing, Apr. 6, 
1862. 

1863 

♦GRANVILLE SHARP ABBOTT. 3. Grad. 

b. North Reading, Mass., Feb. 27, 1837. Br. U. 1860; ord. South 
Boston, Sept. 4, 1863; p. South Boston, Sept. 1863-Sept. 1869; 
Watertown, Nov. 1869-Dec. 1876; San Francisco, Calif., 1877-78; 
Oakland, Apr. 1878- Jan. 1882; ed. Herald of Truth, 1880-89; agt. 
A. B. P. S., 1882-94; res. Oakland; author; ed. bd. Watchman, 4 yrs. 
d. Oakland, Nov. 22, 1897. D.D., Calif. C. 1880, Br. U. 1883. 

*TIMOTHY HORTON BALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Agawam, Mass., Feb. 16, 1826. F. C. 1850; miss. 1850-60; ord. 
Crown Point, Ind., Dec. 30, 1855; p. Crown Point, Ind., 1863-95; 
prin. Crown Point Inst. 1865-71; newsp. ed., Nov. 1867-Mar. 1870, 
1878-79; 1886-89; S. S. miss, for northwestern Indiana, Am. S. S. Un., 
Apr., 1888-Dec. 1895; chapl., historical sec, publ. of annual reports 
of Old Settler and Historical Assoc, of Lake Co., Ind., July 1875- 
1913; author; cor. various papers; res. Crown Point, Ind. d. Shef- 
field, Ala., Nov. 8, 1913. 

*ISAAC DAVIS COLBTJRN. 4. Grad. 

b. Hudson, N. H., Sept. 30, 1831. Br. U. 1859; ord. Roxbury, Sept. 
1863; miss. A. B. M. U., Maulmain, Burma, Mar.-Nov., 1864; Tavoy, 
Nov. 1864-Dec. 1867; Toungoo, Dec. 1867-Apr. 1869; Rangoon, Apr. 
1869- June 1880; inv. after 1880; res. Nashua, N. H., 1887-1907. d. 
Nashua, Mar. 5, 1907. 

♦JAMES CHAMPLIN FERNALD. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., Aug. 18, 1838. H. U. 1860; ord. Rutland, Vt., Mar. 
23, 1864; p. Rutland, 1862-65; Waterville, Me., 1865-66; in Europe, 
1866-67; w. c. Cambridge, Mass., 1868-69; p. Granville, O., 1869-72; 
in govt. serv. Washington, D. C, 1872-76; p. McConnelsville, O., 



Students — 1863 89 

1876-77; Clyde, 1877-79; Galion, 1879-80; Springfield, 1881-85; Gar- 
rettsville, 1885-89 ; ed. work with Funk & Wagnalls, New York, N. Y., 
1889-1918; author; ed. on Standard Dictionary ; assoc. ed. Columbian 
Encyclopedia; res. Upper Montclair, N. J. d. Upper Montclair, Nov. 
10, 1918. L.H.D., D. U. 1904. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON GORDON. 3. Grad. 

b. New Hampton, N. H., Apr. 19, 1836. Br. U. 1860; ord. Jamaica 
Plain, June 29, 1863 ; p. Jamaica Plain, June 1863-Dec. 1869 ; Claren- 
don St. ch., Boston, Dec. 1869-Feb. 1895; fd. Gordon Bib. and Miss. 
Trn. Sch. later Gordon Sch. of N. T. I., 1889; author, d. Boston, 
Feb. 2, 1895. D.D., Br. U. 1878. 

*LEWIS BAKER HIBBARD. 2. Grad. 

b. St. Armand, now Abbott's Corner, P. Q., Nov. 20, 1834. N. H. L. 
T. I., 1853-61; ord. Waterbury Centre, Vt., June 29, 1864; p. Water- 
bury Centre, Sept. 1863-Feb. 1867; Somerville, Mass., Feb. 1867-Mar. 
1868; Grafton, Vt., Mar. 1868-Sept. 1872; Adams, Mass., Oct. 1872- 
Apr. 1874; health failed; far. Charlotte, Vt., May 1874-Sept. 1877; 
s. Bristol, Aug. 1874-Mar. 1875; ed. Vermont Farmer, St. Johnsbury, 
win. 1876-77; p. Cavendish, Sept. 1877-Oct. 1879; chapl. Vt. Senate, 
1878-1880; prop, and ed. Vermont Tribune, Ludlow, 1879-81; p. 
Cedar Rapids, la., May 1882-May 1884; ed. Farmer's Review, Chi- 
cago, 111., 1883-84; cmnr. agric. and act. dir. gen. exp., New Orleans, 
1885; gen. man. Minneapolis exp. 1886; jud. police ct., Highland 
Park, 111., 1889-1909; city collec. May 1893-May 1896; res. Highwood, 
May 1883-Sept. 1887; Highland Park, May 1887-Feb. 1909; cur. 
DesM. C. lib. Mar. 1909-13; author; ed. Lake County Post, Jan. 1890- 
June 1892 ; cor. various papers, d. Des Moines, la., May 13, 1913. 

*HARRIS SMITH INMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Anthony, R. I., 1835. Br. U. 1860 ; ord. Auburn, Me., Dec. 1, 1863 ; 
p. Auburn, 1863-66; Broadway ch., Providence, R. I., 1866-67; publ. 
and books., Providence, miss, and s., many chs., 1867-1908. d. Provi- 
dence, May 8, 1908. 

*STILLMAN HERSEY RECORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Minot, now Auburn, Me., Dec. 12, 1826. W. C. 1860 ; not ord. ; s. 
Sterling, Mass., Sept. 1863-Feb. 1864; Saco, Me., Feb.-Mar., 1864; 
miss. Am. S. S. Un., R. I., Mass., and New Eng., exc. Vt., 1864-79; 
vol. miss., Fla., 1885, 1887; horticulturist, Worcester, Mass., 1877- 
1911; author; lect. on horticulture, temp., and pol. econ. d. Worces- 
ter, Apr. 22, 1911. 

*DANIEL APPLETON WHITE SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterville, Me., June 18, 1840. H. U. 1859; ord. Newton Centre, 
July 26, 1863 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Rangoon, Burma, 1864-66 ; Henzada, 
1866-75; pres. Karen T. S., Rangoon, 1876-90; Insein, 1890-1916; lit. 
work, Insein, 1916-21 ; author and trans, d. Insein, Burma, Dec. 12, 
1921. D.D., B. U. T. S. 1883. Son of Samuel F. Smith, author of 
America. 

*HENRY OLIN WALKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Whiting, Vt., Oct. 15, 1835. N. H. L. T. I. 1857-60; ord. East 
Weare, N. H., Jan. 20, 1864; p. East Weare, Jan. 1864-Sept. 1867; 
Deerfield, Oct. 1867-Sept. 1886; w. c. Merrimac, Mass.; s. Newton, 
N. H. ; occ. s. ; res. Merrimac, Mass. d. Merrimac, Mar. 10, 1914. 
A.M., C. U. 1870. 

*NELSON JOSEPH WHEELER. 3. Grad. 

b. Shelburne Falls, Mass., Aug. 9, 1833. H. U. 1860; ord. Skowhe- 
gan, Me., Sept. 2, 1863; p. Skowhegan, July 1863- July 1869; Cent. 



90 Students — 1863 

ch., Newport, R. L, Aug. 1869-Apr. 1879; Kalamazoo, Mich., 1879- 
Apr. 1882; North ch., Washington, D. C, Nov. 1884-Mar. 1888; miss. 
Philadelphia, Pa., 1888-89; Orange, N. J., Jan. 1890-Jan. 1891; p. 
Tarrytown, N. Y., Feb. 1891- June 1895 ; act. p. Pawtuxet, R. I., Jan. 
1896-99; miss. Providence, R. I., Sept. 1910-1911; assoc. ed. Religious 
Herald, Richmond, Va,, 1885-1888; res. Providence, R. I. d. Fitz- 
william, N. H., Feb. 28, 1919. 



*Henry Hinckley. 2. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 9, 1832. H. U. 1860; ord. Winchester, Mass., 
Sept. 1, 1862; p. Winchester, Sept. 1862-Oct. 1866; Groveland, Nov. 
1866-Sept. 1870; Cambridgeport, Oct. 1870-Aug. 1878; East ch., 
Lynn, Sept. 1878- Aug. 1893; Roslindale, Sept. 1893-1899; asst. p. 
Ruggles St. ch., Boston, 1899-1902; res. Cambridge, Mass. d. Cam- 
bridge, Sept. 14, 1916. 

*Robert Gray Johnson. 2. 

b. Nahant, Mass., Aug. 21, 1833. Br. U. 1860; ord. Felchville, Vt., 
Jan. 16, 1862; p. Felchville, Sept. 1861-May 1865; Wallingford, 
May 1865- June 1867; Westminster, Mass., June 1867-Sept. 1871; 
Holliston, Sept. 1871-May 1875; North Springfield, Vt., Aug. 1875- 
Aug. 1883; Littleton, Mass., Nov. 1883- June 1888; Dighton, Nov. 
1888- June 1891; West Medway, June 1891- July 1896; w. c. Weston, 
1896-1905. d. Weston, Mar. 16, 1905. 

*Adoniram Judson Rich. 2. 

b. Cooper, Me., Dec. 6, 1834. W. C. 1859-61; U. T. S. 1863; ord. 
Cong, ch., Dorchester, Mar. 1864; p. Dorchester, July 1863-1867; 
Westminster, 1867-70; Unit, ch., Brookfield, 1870-79; Hyde Park, 
1879-83; Fall River, 1883-90; Milford, N. H., 1890-1899; Dighton, 
Mass., 1899-1909; p. em. Sept. 1909- Jan. 1915; author; res. Dighton, 
Mass. d. Belmont, Jan. 19, 1915. 

*Charles Herbert Richardson. 2. 

b. Saxton's River, Vt., Oct. 20, 1833. A. C. 1860; ord. Massena, 
N. Y., Jan. 8, 1863; p. Massena, 1863-64; chapl. U. S. Army, 1864-65; 
p. Felchville, Vt., 1865-70; Pittsfield, N. H., 1870-71; Northville, 
Mich., 1871-74; Rome, 1874-78; Marshall, Minn., 1878-80; w. c. Sioux 
City, la., 1880-1903. d. Sioux City, May 11, 1903. 

*Edward Manning Saunders. 1. 

b. Aylesford, N. S., Dec, 20, 1829. Ac. C. 1858; ord. West Corn- 
wallis, N. S., Dec. 15, 1858; p. 2d Cornwallis ch., Dec. 1858- June 1867; 
1st ch., Halifax, Oct. 1867-Oct. 1881; co-ed. Christian Visitor, Hali- 
fax, 1882-85; lit. work, Halifax, 1885-1916; chapl. City Home, Hali- 
fax, 1882-1910; p. Fredericton, N. B., Sept. 1893-1894; author, d. 
Ottawa, Mar. 15, 1916. D.D., Ac. C. 1882. 

1864 

*FREDERIC DANA BLAKE. 3. Grad. 

b. Princeton, Mass., Aug. 3, 1839. W. C. 1861; asst. instr. Heb. 
N. T. I., 1863-64; ord. Gardiner, Me., Aug. 3, 1864; p. Gardiner, July 
1864- July 1868; New London, N. H., Mar. 1869-Mar. 1873; Cherry- 
field, Me., May 1875-May 1880; Oakland, May 1880-July 1883; Wick- 
ford, R. I., Mar. 1884-Mar. 1892; Attleboro, Mass., Mar. 1896-Nov. 
1901; supt. schs., North Kingstown, R. I., Nov. 1905-14; res. Wick- 
ford, d. Wickford, Aug. 11, 1915. 

^STEPHEN HILTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Bremen, Me., Feb. 22, 1834. B. C. 2 yrs. ; ord. Damariscotta, Me., 
Aug. 3, 1864; ed. Evangel, San Francisco, Calif., 1864-73; tea. Calif., 



Students — 1864 91 

1874-84; w. c. Milpitas, 1884-86; far. and pr. Calif, and Wash.; res. 
Lynden, Wash., 1886-98; San Francisco, Calif., Nov. 1898-?; Morgan 
Hill. d. East Oakland, Nov. 1, 1913. 

*ALBERT DE FORREST PALMER. 3. Grad. 

b. Augusta, Me., Mar. 12, 1839. B. C. 1861; ord. Dover, Me., Sept. 
27, 1865; p. Dover, May 1865-Oct. 1866; s. McGregor, la., Oct. 1866- 
May 1867; West Waterville, Me., Sept. 1867-68; p. North Tewksbury, 
Mass., Mar. 1869-72; Chicopee, Jan. 1872- July 1875; North Berwick, 
Me., May 1876-Sept. 1883; Middlebury, Vt., Sept. 1883-Mar. 1889; 
Plaistow, N. H., Oct. 1889-May 1896; w. c. Danvers, Mass., 1896- 
1906; Plaistow, N. H., 1906-1910. d. Plaistow, Jan. 27, 1910. 

*JOSEPH HOLDEN SEDGWICK. 3. Grad. 

b. Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 3, 1838. D. U. 1859 (N. T. I. 1860-62; 1863- 
64) ; 44th Mass. Vols., Sept. 1862-Sept. 1863; s. Newark, O., 1864-65; 
ord. Seymour, Ind., Oct. 3, 1865 ; p. Seymour, 1865-66, 1877-80 ; miss. 
Am. S. S. Un. 1868-72, 1880-87; p. Defiance, O., 1873-74; Clinton, 
111., Sept. 1874-Sept. 1876; city miss. Cincinnati, O., Sept. 1887-Oct. 
1917. d. Cincinnati, Oct. 5, 1917. 

*EDWARD OLIVER STEVENS. 3. Grad. 

b. Maulmain, Burma, Dec. 17, 1838. Br. U. 1861 ; ord. Newton Cen- 
tre, Oct. 23, 1864; act. p. Sturbridge ch., Fiskdale, 1864-65; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Prome, Burma, Nov. 1866-Sept. 1889; Maulmain, Sept. 
1889-Apr. 1902; Insein, Nov. 1902-10; act. p. Eng. ch., Maulmain, 
1891-ADr. 1893; author; reviser, Burmese Bible, d. Insein, Nov. 23, 
1910. D.D., Cy. C. 1899. Son of Edward A. Stevens, class of 1836. 

*SAMUEL WOODBURY. 3. Grad. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Sept, 28, 1840. Br. U. 1858-61 ; ord. Orleans, 
Dec. 28, 1864; p. Orleans, 1864-66; New Boston, N. H., 1866-68: 
Braintree, Vt., 1869-71; Dunbarton, N. H., 1871-73; Pembroke. Me., 
1873-76; Blue Hill, 1877-80; Waldo, Fla., s. in vie. 1880-82; tea. 
Norridgewock, Me., 1882-83; p. Newton Junction, N. H., 1884-86; 
Bow, May 1886-Nov. 1888 ; Chester, Nov. 1888-Nov. 1890 ; Wells, Me., 
Nov. 1890-May 1893; Bow, N. H., Mav 1893-1903; w. c. Orleans, 
Mass., May 1903-Mav 1905; p. Belchertown, 1905-10. d. East Or- 
leans, Dec. 11, 1911. A.M., U. C. 1868. 



*Samuel White Duncan. 1. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 19, 1838. Br. U. 1860; U. S. Armv, 1862- 
63, capt.; R. T. S. 1864-66; ord. Cleveland, O., Apr. 18, 1867; p. 
Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, Aug. 1866-Mar. 1875; 9th St. ch., Cin- 
cinnati, Mar. 1875-Sept. 1883; 2d ch., Rochester, N. Y., 1883-July 
1888; w. e. Haverhill, Mass., 1888-1890; for. sec. A. B. M. XL, Dec. 
1890-91, May 1892-Oct. 1898; res. Brookline, Mass., 1892-98. d. 
Brookline, Oct. 30, 1898. D.D., U. Chic. 1875. 

*George Ober. 2. 

b. Beverly, Mass., Sept. 8, 1835. U. R. 1859-61; health failed; far. 
1863-80; ord, Seabrook, N. H., Mar. 23, 1880; p. Seabrook, Oct. 1879- 
Feb. 1881; Brentwood, 1881-84; Grafton, Vt., 1884-86; agt. A. B. 
P. S., Brattleboro, 1886-89; city miss., Bridgeport, Conn., 1889-95; 
far. and occ. min. serv., Milford, Rowaytown. d. Bridgeport, Dec. 
17, 1902. 

*Henry Kirke Porter. 1. 

b. Concord, N. H., Nov. 24, 1840. Br. U. 1860 ; priv. 45th Mass. Vols. 
1862-63; R, T. S. 1865-66; not ord.; in bus. Pittsburgh, Pa., 1866- 
1914; memb. 58th U. S. Congress from Pittsburgh; res. Washington, 
1915-21. d. Washington, Apr. 10, 1921. LL.D., Bu. U. 1893. 



92 Students — 1865 

1865 

*LUTHER GUSTAVUS BARRETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Watertown, Mass., Dec. 5, 1838. H. U. 1862; in U. S. Christ. Cmn., 
1863-64; ord. Watertown, Sept. 17, 1865; p. Weston, Dec. 1867- Jan. 
1870; Winchester, Feb. 1870-Feb. 1874; Berean ch., New York, N. Y., 
Oct. 1875-Nov. 1877; South Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Aug. 
1878-Apr. 1880; Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., Sept. 1880-Sept. 
1884; prof. Shaw U., Raleigh, N. C, Sept. 1885-Sept. 1886; p. Bristol, 
R. I., Feb. 1887-Dec. 1888 ; 5th St. ch., Lowell, Mass. ; Milf ord, Dec. 
1891-Nov. 1893; pres. Jackson C, Jackson, Miss., Sept. 1894-Sept. 
1911; res. Melrose, Mass., 1912-32; author, d. Melrose, Dec. 24, 1932. 

*ALONZO BUNKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Atkinson, Me., Jan. 30, 1837. W. C. 1862; in U. S. Christ. Cmn., 
1865; ord. East Winthrop, Me., Aug. 3, 1865; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Toungoo, Burma, 1866-1902; author; in U. S., 1902-1912; res. Newton 
Centre, Mass. d. Groton, Mar. 8, 1912. D.D., C. U. 1887. 

*JOSIAH NELSON CUSHING. 3. Grad. 

b. Attleboro, Mass., May 4, 1840. Br. U. 1862; ord. Providence, R. I., 
July 1, 1865; asst. instr. Heb. N. T. I., 1864-66; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Toungoo, Burma, 1867-74; Bhamo, 1876-79; Rangoon, 1880-1905; 
pres. Rangoon Bapt C, 1893-1905; author; trans. New Testament 
into Shan, 1882-87; 1903; Old Testament, 1891; F. R. G. S., and 
memb. of many Eng. educ. socs. d. St. Louis, Mo., May 17, 1905. 
Ph.D., Br. U. 1898; D.D., Br. U. 1881. 

*LONZO LYON FITTZ. 3. Grad. 

b. Marblehead, Mass., Dec. 17, 1839. A. C. 1857-60; Br. U. 1861; 
ord. South Wilbraham, now Hampden, Feb. 20, 1866; p. South Wil- 
braham, 1865-66; Saginaw Citv, Mich., Jan. 1867-Feb. 1868; Somer- 
set, Mass., Dec. 1869-Mar. 1874; Rockland, Feb. 1875-78; act. p. Ash- 
land, 1879-May 1881; Calvary ch., Salem, 1881-1833; Lake Village, 
now Lakeport, N. H., 1883- June 1887; s. various weak chs., 1887- 
1905. d. Westboro, Mass., June 30, 1905. Son of Hervey Fittz, 
class of 1829. 

*FRANK ROGERS MORSE. 3. Grad. 

b. Salisbury, N. H., Nov. 2, 1839. D. C. 1861 (N. T. 1. 1861-62; 1863- 
65) ; ord. Groton Junction, now Ayer, Oct. 16, 1862; p. Groton Junc- 
tion, 1862-63; East Cambridge, 1865-67; Worthen St. ch., Lowell, 
1867-71; Temple ch., Fall River, 1871-72; Tabernacle ch., Albany, 
N. Y., 1872-79; Tabernacle ch., Brooklyn, 1879-May 1888; ed. Watch 
Tower; asst. p. Calvary ch., New York, Nov. 1888-Mar. 1904. d. 
New York, Mar. 30, 1904. D.D., Cent. U. 1882. 

*JAMES FREDERICK NORRIS. 1. Grad. 

b. Salisbury, N. H., Nov. 2, 1839. W. C. 1861; B. T. S. 1862-64; 
ord. 1st ch., Portland, Me., Aug. 4, 1865; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, 
Burma, 1865-72, in U. S., 1872-76; p. Presque Isle, Me., 1876-77; 
Guilford Centre, 1877-79; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, Jan. 1879-Nov. 
1885; h. m. work, Calif., and Wash., 1888-91; w. c. Foxcroft, Me., 
1891-1904; Mont., 1904-07; Foxcroft, Me., 1907-24. d. Dover-Fox- 
croft, Me., Feb. 18, 1924. 

*ELI PIERCE NOYES. 3. Grad. 

b. Jefferson, Me., July 20, 1835. W. C. 1858-59; ord. East Washing- 
ton, N. H., Aug. 16, 1865; p. East Washington, 1865-68; Amherst, 
1868-71; Acton, Me., 1871-78. d. Lebanon, Me., Aug. 16, 1883. 

*WALTER RICE. 3. Grad. 

b. Ashburnham, Mass., Dec. 25, 1836. Bel. C. 1862; del. Christ. Cmn., 



Students — 1866 93 

1863; ord. West Acton, Mass., July 25, 1865; p. West Acton, June 
1865-Mar. 1867; Cong, ch., South Royalston, May 1868- Apr. 1874; 
post-grad. A. T. S. 1874-75; p. Lunenburg, Apr. 1875-Aug. 1879; 
Brandon, Vt., May 1880-Dec. 1888; s. Yarmouth, Mass., and various 
chs.; p. Agawam, Mass., Dec. 1891- July 1908; author; res. Agawam, 
1908-16. d. Agawam, June 4, 1916. 



* Samuel King Dexter. 1. 

b. Providence, R. I., Sept. 6, 1837. M. U. 1862; M. U. T. S. 1862-63 
(N. T. I., 1863-64); ord. Sheldonville, Oct. 1864; p. Sheldonville, 
1864-65; Windsor, Vt., 1865-68; Bennington, 1868-71; Warren, R. I., 
1871-83; Keyport, N. J., 1883-Nov. 1889; Vallejo, Calif., Dec. 1889- 
92; Ceres, 1892-94; Alhambra, 1894-97; s. Elmonte, 1897-98; p. Es- 
condido, 1905-07; Hueneme, 1907-08; ret.; res. Los Angeles, d. 
Palms, Los Angeles, Calif., Feb. 7, 1919. 

*George Langford Hunt. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 21, 1842. W. C. 1862; ord. Barre, June 3, 
1863; p. Barre, 1863-64; Athol, 1864-67; Northampton, 1867-70; 
Mystic River, Conn., 1870-81; Hoboken, N. J., 1881-85; chapl. N. Y. 
Penit., 1887; p. Edgefield, S. C, 1888-91; Augusta, Ga., 1891-92; 
Hasbrouck Heights, N. J., 1897-99; res. Alexandria, Va., in 1905; s. 
Presb. ch., Brodhead, Wis.; author, d. Brodhead, Sept. 23, 1916. 
D.D., W. F. C. 1875. 

*James Alexander Robert. 2. 

b. Robertsville, S. C, Oct. 9, 1838. Br. U.; U. Mich.; prof. Mod. 
Lang., Burl. U., la., 1861-62; U. T. S. 1864-65; not ord.) prof. Anc. 
and Mod. Lang., Vas. C, 1867-69 ; prof. Anc. Lang., Burl. U., 1869- 
70; law., 1869-74; pres. Cooper A., Dayton, O., 1874-86; ret.; res. 
Dayton, d. Dayton, Feb. 22, 1923. Ph.D., D. U. 1883. 

1866 

*WILLIAM CAREY BARROWS. 3. Grad. 

b. Ellsworth, Me., Feb. 2, 1839. W. C. 1862; 24th Me. Vols., 1st serg. 
1862, 2d lieut. 1863; ord. Freeport, Me., Aug. 22, 1866; p. Freeport, 
1866-Oct. 1868; North Berwick, Nov. 1868-Dec. 1871; Waltham, 
Mass., Jan. 1872-Oct. 1875; Biddeford, Me., Nov. 1875-Oct. 1878; 
Rockland, Nov. 1878-Sept. 1882; Lewiston, Oct. 1882- Aug. 1885; s. 
1885-87; p. Rockland, Mass., Sept. 1887-Dec. 1891; Woburn, Jan. 
1892- Apr. 1897; act. p. 1st ch., Somerville, Nov. 1897-Nov. 1898; 
Kennebunkport, Me., Mar. 1899-Mar. 1902; Biddeford, May 1902- 
Sept. 1908; Tenants Harbor, Oct. 1908-1912; Woolwich, 1913. d. 
Togus, Me., July 17, 1913. 

*GEORGE SAVILIAN CHASE. 3. Grad. 

b. Chester, N. H., July 29, 1836. Pinkerton A., Derry (N. T. I., 1862- 
64, 1865-66); agt. Christ. Cmn., 1864-65; ord. Chester, N. H., July 
10, 1866; p. Braintree, Vt., Oct. 1866-Mar. 1869; Colchester, Mar. 
1869-June 1872; Northwood, N. H., Sept. 1872-Sept. 1877; Richford, 
Vt., Sept. 1877- Jan. 1881; miss. agt. Vt. State Conv., Jan.-Oct. 1881; 
p. Derby, Nov. 1881-Dec. 1889; prin. Derby A., 1883-84; p. Spring- 
vale, Me., Dec. 1889-Dec. 1894; Mechanic Falls, Dec. 1895-Mar. 1899; 
Warren, Apr., 1899-Sept. 1902; South Hanson, Mass., Jan. 1904- 
June 1917; res. Essex Jc, Vt., 1917-18. d. Essex Jc, Nov. 6, 1918. 

*SIMEON LOVELL BEARCE CHASE. 3. Grad. 

b. Minot, Me., Apr. 26, 1835. W. C. 1863; ord. Bangor, Me., Sept. 
18, 1866; p. 2d ch., Bangor, Aug. 1866-Apr. 1872; Rockland, May 
1872-May 1878; Bath, Aug. 1878-Dec. 1879; Freehold, N. J., Jan. 



94 Students — 1866 

1881-Aug. 1883; Methuen, Mass., Aug. 1883-May 1887; Great Falls, 
now Somersworth, N. H., Dec. 1887-89. d. Buckfield, Me., Sept. 11, 
1889. 

*SAMUEL EATON FITZ. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 26, 1836. H. U. 1862; V/ 2 years in Christ. 
Cmn. ; not ord. ; tea. ; phys., Roxbury. d. Boston, Oct. 20, 1883. 

*HENRY GORDON GAY. 3. Grad. 

b. Lebanon, Conn., Mar. 18, 1836. Br. U. 1863 ; U. S. Army, 1862-63 ; 
ord. Hudson, Sept. 11, 1866 ; p. Hudson, Aug. 1866-Dec. 1870 ; in bus., 
1870-spg. 1873; p. East Longmeadow, June 1873-Oct. 1875; South- 
wick, Nov. 1875-Sept. 1878; Woodville, Oct. 1878-83; s. Wales, 1883- 
84; Salem, N. H., 1885-86; p. Fayville, Mass., Nov. 1886- June 1889; 
North Reading, Sept. 1890-Aug. 1893, May 1895-Oct. 1901; ret.; res. 
Reading, d. Arlington, Apr. 13, 1917. 

*GEORGE BOARDMAN ILSLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Limerick, Me., Aug. 17, 1839. W. C. 1863; ord. Springvale, Me., 
Nov. 21, 1866 ; p. Springvale, Sept. 1866- June 1873 ; Yarmouth, July 
1873-Oct. 1879 ; Lewiston, Nov. 1879-May 1881 ; 2d ch., Bangor, June 
1881- July 1900; Westbrook, Oct. 1900-Aug. 1913; supt. pub. schs., in 
Sanford 3 yrs., in Yarmouth 4 yrs., in Bangor 13 yrs; author; ret.; 
res. Newton Centre, Mass. d. Limerick, Me., July 30, 1923. D.D., 
C. U. 1897. 

*ADDISON PARKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Danbury, Conn., Nov. 12, 1839. Br. U. 1862; Co. D, 10th R. I. 
inf.; 46th Mass. Vols., 1862-63; ord. Natick, July 18, 1866; p. Natick, 
July 1866- Aug. 1869; Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, Aug. 1869-Oct. 
1873; Elmira, N. Y., Nov. 1873-Sept. 1876; Palmyra, Oct. 1876-Apr. 
1881; Morristown, N. J., June 1881-89; Somerville, Sept. 1889-91; La 
Porte, Ind., 1891-96; Delphi, 1896-1901; Richmond, 1901-04; Piqua, 
O., 1904-07; res. Richmond, Ind., 1907-?; Los Angeles, Calif., 1926- 
33; author, d. Eagle Rock, Los Angeles, Calif., May 1, 1933. 

*LYMAN PARTRIDGE. 3. Grad. 

b. Medway, Mass., Aug. 23, 1836. Br. U. 1863; ord. Wales, Nov. 13, 
1866; p. Wales, 1866-69; Wakefield, R. I., 1870-72; Sharon, Mass., 
1872-82; s. Roslindale, 1882; p. Westminster, 1883-92; Westwood, 
1892-1905; author, d. Westwood, Feb. 12, 1905. 



*William Sullivan Barnes. 1. 

b. June 16, 1841. ord. Melrose, Sept. 14, 1864; p. Melrose, 1864-68; 
Unit, ch., Woburn, 1869-79; Montreal, Can., 1880-1909; p. em., Sept. 
1909-1912. d. Montreal, Apr. 3, 1912. L.L.D., Mag. U. 1909. 

*Forrest Fayette Emerson. 1. 

b. Lynnfield, Mass., May 16, 1839. U. S. Army, 1862; Br. U. 1863 
(N. T. L, 1863-64) ; R, T. S. 1864-65, 1866-67; ord. Wellsville, N. Y., 
May 1865; p. Wellsville, 1865-66; Brockport, July 1866-Feb. 1868 
1st ch., Gloucester, Mass., Feb. 1868-Oct. 1873; Asylum Ave. ch. 
Hartford, Conn., Oct. 1873-Mar. 1879 ; 1st Cong, ch., Amherst, Mass. 
June 1879-Mar. 1883; Un. Cong, ch., Newport, R. I., 1883-93; act. p 
Un. Cong, ch., Worcester, Mass., 1893-96; insur. bus. Providence 
R. I., 1896-1902; author, d. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 10, 1902. 

*George Willis Warren. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 13, 1841. H. U. 1860 (N. T. I., 1863-64) ; 
A. T. S. 1864-67; act. prof. N. T. Lit., B. U. T. S., 1868-69; tea. 
Boston, Mass., 1870; Orange, N. J., 1874-77; Farmington, Conn., 
1877-80 ; in bus. Boston, Mass., 1880-88. d. Somerville, Mar. 17, 1888. 



Students — 1867 95 

*Hollis Smith Westgate. 1. 

b. Plainfield, N. H., Feb. 7, 1841. D. C. 1863; tea. Columbus, 0., 3 
yrs.; stud., U. Heidelberg and U. Berlin, 1869-70; R. T. S. 1870-71; 
ord. Westfield, N. Y., May 1872; p. Westfield, 1872-73; Kingston, Dec. 
1873-Sept. 1878; Cortland, Oct. 1878-Feb. 1880; gen. mis., Wyo., 
Colo., New Mexico, 1880-81; health failed; in bus. near Manhattan, 
Kans., 1883-98; fd. Westgate. d. Westgate, July 19, 1898. 

1867 

*JAMES WILLIAM ASHTON. 1. Grad. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 18, 1843. U. P. 1863; adj. 157th Pa. Vols., 
1862-64; P. E. D. S. 1864-65; ord. Waterford, N. Y., Sept. 1867; p. 
Waterford, 1867-70; Cent, ch., Norwich, Conn., 1870-71; ord. dea. 
Epis. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., June 9, 1872; pt. Sept. 28, 1872; act. r. 
St. Matthew's and St. Matthias's chs., Philadelphia, 1872; r. ch. of 
Our Merciful Saviour, now ch. of the Annunciation, Philadelphia, 
Dec. 1872-78; assoc. r. Grace ch., Philadelphia, Dec. 1878-81; St. 
Stephen's ch., Olean, N. Y., Apr. 1883-1914; r. em., 1915-25; res. 
Olean. d. Olean, Oct. 21, 1925. D.D., Hob. C. 1890. 

*SETH JONES AXTELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Dec. 18, 1841. Corp. 51st Mass. Vols., Aug 
1862- July 1863; Br. U. 1864; ord. Monroe, Mich., Jan. 31, 1868; p 
Monroe, Jan. 1868-July 1870 ; West Medway, Mass., Dec. 1870-Mar 
1878; pres. Leland U., New Orleans, La., 1878-81, instr. 1881-82; p 
Weymouth, Mass., Jan. 1883-May 1888; pres. Cent. U., Pella, la. 
1888-90; prof. Gr. Kal. C, 1890-1902; author, d. Kalamazoo, Mich. 
Mar. 23, 1902. 

*HENRY SWEETSER BURRAGE. 3. Grad. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., Jan. 7, 1837. Br. U. 1861 (N. T. I., 1861-62; 
1865-67) ; U. S. Armv, 1862-65; stud., U. Halle, 1868-69; ord. Water- 
ville, Me., Dec. 30, 1869; p. Waterville, Jan. 1870-Oct. 1873; ed. Zion's 
Advocate, Oct. 1873-1905; chapl. Natl. Soldiers' Home, Togus, Me., 
1905-12; state historian of Maine, 1907-26; author; res. Kennebunk- 
port, Me. d. Kennebunkport, Mar. 9, 1926. D.D., Br. U. 1883; 
LL.D., U. Me. 1922. 

*HENRY FRANCIS COLBY. 3. Grad. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 25, 1842. Br. U. 1862; ord. Dayton, O., Jan. 

16, 1868; p. 1st ch., Dayton, Jan. 1868- Jan. 1903; author; trav. ex- 
tensively in Europe and Orient; res. Dayton, d. Dayton, May 8, 
1915. D.D., Br. U. 1882. Son of Gardner Colby, trustee, 1843-79. 

*DENNIS DONOVAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Myross, Ire., Apr. 8, 1837. U. V. M. 1864; ord. Belchertown, Dec. 

17, 1867; p. Belchertown, Oct. 1867- Apr. 1869; Allendale, R. I., and 
Fruit Hill, Oct. 1869- June 1874; Shelby, N. Y., June 1874- June 1881; 
North Manlius, June 1881-June 1883; Cornish Flat, N. H., Sept. 
1883- June 1886; South Lyndeboro, July 1886- June, 1918; ret.; res. 
Newton Centre, Mass., 1918-21; author, d. Newton Centre, Dec. 15, 
1921. 

*JOSIAH RIPLEY GODDARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Singapore, Sept. 7, 1840. Br. U. 1862; 11th R. I. Vols., Oct. 1862- 
June 1863; ord. Newton Centre, Sept. 15, 1867; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Ningpo, China, 1867-1913; author, d. Ningpo, Sept. 22, 1913. D.D., 
Br. U. 1899. 

*SAMUEL FARWELL HANCOCK. 3. Grad. 

b. Maulmain, Burma, June 24, 1836. Br. U. 1864; ord. Newport, 



96 Students — 1867 

R. I., Nov. 20, 1867; p. Cent, ch., Newport, 1867- Apr. 1869; health 
failed; act. p. Cumberland Hill, Feb.-May, 1872; p. 1st ch., South 
Kingstown, Nov. 1876-Nov. 1879; Superior St. ch., Cleveland, 0., 
Jan. 1880- Apr. 1881; ind. min. serv., Cleveland, May 1881-1905; 
author, d. Cleveland, Feb. 11, 1905. 

*FRANCIS TOMLINSON HAZLEWOOD. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 2, 1839. Co. A, 10th R. I. Vols., May-Sept. 
1862; U. S. Christ. Cmn., 1864; Br. U. 1864; ord. Ellsworth, Me., Aug. 
8, 1867; p. Ellsworth, 1867-69; 1st ch., Bangor, 1869-84; 1st ch., Lynn, 
Mass., 1884-Dec. 1890; dist. sec. A. B. H. M. S., New Eng., Jan. 1891- 
1908; res. Lynn, Mass. d. Lynn, Jan. 22, 1908. D.D., Br. U. 1885. 

*AMOS ROBINSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Raynham, Mass., Oct. 1, 1839. Br. U. 1864; ord. Appleton, Wis., 
Dec. 27, 1867; p. Appleton, Sept. 1867- Apr. 1869; Fairfield, la., Sept. 
1869-Apr. 1870; Jefferson, Apr. 1870-Dec. 1871; Newton, Dec. 1871- 
Nov. 1879; Ames, Nov. 1879-Nov. 1880; Denison, Nov. 1880-July 
1883; Raynham, Mass., Aug. 1883- Apr. 1889; Bristol, R. I., Apr. 
1889-Apr. 1891; Elkins, W. Va., Apr. 1891- Aug. 1903; colp. A. B. 
P. S., Aug. 1903-Oct. 1908; dist. miss. A. B. H. M. S., Holtville, Calif., 
Jan. 1909-11; colp. A. B. P. S., 1911-16; res. Holtville. d. Holtville, 
July 23, 1919. 

*THOMAS LUCINDUS ROGERS. 3. Grad. 

b. Pownal, Vt., Aug. 3, 1841. Wms. C. 1863; p. Tabernacle ch., 
Cleveland, O., 1868-71; North Scituate, Mass., 1871-75; ed. Christian 
Era, Boston, 1874-75; ed. and man. The Watchman, 1876-82; in bus.; 
res. Newton Centre ; Brookline ; author, d. Brookline, June 19, 1901. 

*WILLIAM HENRY SHEDD. 3. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., 1831. ord. 1867; p. North Oxford, 1867-70; 
Waltham, 1870-73. d. Watertown, Mar. 7, 1873. 

*FRANCIS EMORY TOWER. 3. Grad. 

b. Petersham, Mass., Nov. 30, 1836. A. C. 1860; tea. Bangor, Me., 
1861-64; asst. instr. Heb. 1866-68; ord. Amherst, Dec. 23, 1868; p. 
Amherst, June 1868- Jan. 1872; Allston, Jan. 1872-May 1883; Brattle- 
boro, Vt., June 1883-Nov. 1886; Bristol, Conn., Nov. 1886- Jan. 1894; 
Pearl St. ch., Providence, R. I., Jan. 1894-Jan. 1899 ; agt. Anti-Saloon 
League in N. Y. and Pa., Jan. 1899-Sept. 1901, supt. Poughkeepsie 
Dist., Sept. 1901-Apr. 1909; supt. Law and Order Union of N. Y., 
Apr. 1909-Oct. 1915; author; res. Albany, N. Y. d. Auburn, R. I., 
Feb. 13, 1916. D.D., Lebanon Valley C. 1902. 



*Charles Albert Bowers. 1. 

b. Lexington, Mass., Dec. 2, 1842. H. U. 1864. d. Clinton, Oct. 29, 

1865. Son of C. M. Bowers, class of 1842. 
* Joseph Henry Gannett. 2. (E.) 

b. Cohasset, Mass., Dec. 7, 1831. In civ. war, June 1861- July 1864; 

ord. Gloucester, Aug. 22, 1867; p. East Gloucester, 1867-May 1874; 

Lebanon, N. H., June 1874-Dec. 1875; Fiskdale, Mass., June 1876- 

Aug. 1880; Rowley, Mar. 1882- Apr. 1884; Bradford, N. H., June 

1884-92; health failed; res. Abington, Mass. d. Scituate, Sept. 23, 

1916. 

*William Mclntire Lisle. 1. 

b. New Haven, O., Mar. 17, 1842. D. U. 1864; R. T. S. 1865-67; ord. 
Rochester, N. Y., Aug. 1867; miss. A. B. M. U., Bangkok, Siam, 1867- 
69; p. West Newton, Mass., 1870-74, w. c. 1874-77; p. West Somer- 
ville, 1877-82; Stewart St. ch., Providence, R. I., 1882-Nov. 1889; ev., 



Students — 1868 97 

res. West Newton, Mass., 1890-1910; author, d. Boston, Oct. 25, 
1910. 
*Edward Clarendon Littlefield. 0.5. 

b. Chesterville, Me., Sept. 4, 1844. W. C. 1864. d. Roxbury, Nov. 
22, 1864. 

*Lewis Ford Raymond. 1. 

b. Cooperstown, N. Y., Feb. 22, 1840. U. Chic.; Br. U. 1864; R. T. S. 
1865-67; ord. Beloit, Wis., 1867; p. Beloit; s. Sun Prairie and other 
chs., 1867-72; p. Dubuque, la., 1872-74; health failed, d. Chicago, 
111., Apr. 1, 1881. 

*John Wesley Savage. 2. 

b. Somers, N. Y., Feb. 3, 1837. How. C. Ala., 1859-61; ord. Lexing- 
ton, Mass., Dec. 10, 1863; p. Lexington, 1863-64; s. Tisbury, 1866-67; 
H. U. 1867-68; B. T. S. 1868-69; p. Cong, ch., Blue Hill, Me., 1869- 
70; Kennebunkport, 1870-71; Dover, N. H., 1871-74; Canton, Mass., 
1874-80; North Stonington, Conn., 1880-83; Cohasset, Mass., 1883-90; 
Bristol, N. H., 1890-1902; Greenfield, 1902-08; Seabrook, 1908-Feb. 
1923. d. Seabrook, Feb. 23, 1923. 

*Monson Alva Willcox. 1. 

b. Afton, N. Y., Aug. 12, 1841. M. U. 1862; U. T. S. 1865-67; ord. 
Burlington, Vt., Apr. 25, 1867; p. Burlington, Feb. 1867- Aug. 1881; 
Oswego, N. Y, 1881-87; pres. Kal. C, 1887-91; p. Holyoke, Mass., 
Dec. 1892-1902. d. Holyoke, Nov. 12, 1902. D.D., M. U. 1885. 

1868 

*HORACE FRANKLIN BARNES. 3. Grad. 

b. Newark, N. J., Jan. 15, 1842. 47th Mass. vol. inf., 1 yr. in civ. 
war; A. C. 1865; ord. Buffalo, N. Y., 1869; p. 9th St. ch.,- Buffalo, 
Apr. 1869-71; Lebanon, N. H., 1871-74; Winchester, Mass., 1874-81; 
assoc. p. Judson Mem. ch., New York, N. Y., 1881- Jan. 1887; p. Fair- 
mount ch., Newark, N. J., Jan. 1887-93; 4th ch., Providence, R. I., 
1893-95; asst. p. Tremont Temple ch., Boston, Mass., Feb. 1896-May 
1898; agt. Am. Natl. Red Cross Assoc, sum. 1898-?; with Cuban 
Indust. Relief Assoc, d. Somerville, Mass., Sept. 5, 1902. 

*GEORGE WYMAN CLOWE. 3. Grad. 

b. Dartmouth, N. S., Mar. 17, 1842. Del. Christ. Cmn. in civ. war; 
W. C. 1865; ord. Hudson, N. Y., Sept. 16, 1868; p. Hudson, 1868-72; 
White Plains, 1873-83; People's ch., New York, Oct. 1884-92; trav. 
and s., res. Hudson, N. Y., 1892-1906. d. Hudson, Sept. 3, 1906. 

*JOHN COOMBES. 3. Grad. 

b. Halifax, N. S., Nov. 17, 1839. Ac. C. 1862-65; ord. Rehoboth, 
Sept. 8, 1868 ; p. Rehoboth, 1868-70 ; Bernardston, 1870-71 ; Onslow, 
N. S., 1871-73; Upper Gagetown, N. B., and Sheffield, 1874-76; New- 
castle, 1877-80; Lower Cumberland Bay, 1881-90; Rothesay, 1891-93; 
Cumberland Point, 1895-Sept. 1898. d. Cumberland Point, Mar. 9, 
1904. 

MINER RTJDD DEMING. 3. Grad. 
b. Carthage, 111., Dec. 11, 1844. M. U. 1861-62; Br. U. 1865; ord. 
Marlboro, June 28, 1868; p. Marlboro, July 1868- July 1871; act. p. 
Tabernacle ch., New York, N. Y., July 1871- Jan. 1872; p. Green 
Point, Brooklyn, Feb. 1872-Nov. 1873; gen. sec. Y. M. C. A., Boston, 
Mass., Dec. 1873-Sept. 1887 ; est. Boston Inst. Seashore Home, 1887 ; 
p. Tabernacle ch., Boston, Oct. 1887-92 ; sec. N. Y. Bapt. City Miss. 
Soc, Nov. 1892-94; org. Bapt. Boys' Brigade of New York and 
Brooklyn; est. Florence Crittenton Home, Boston, Mass., 1894-96; 



98 Students — 1868 

assoc. p. Tremont Temple ch., Boston, 1897-Feb. 1899; p. Harvard 
St. ch., Boston, Nov. 1904-07; supt. Boston Inst. Seashore Home, now 
Boston Lakeshore Home, 1907-25. d. in hosp., Boston, Apr. 12, 1925. 

*CHARLES MELVIN EMERY. 3. Grad. 

b. Fairfield, Me v Julv 6, 1836. W. C. 1863; ord. Thomaston, Me., 
Sept. 29, 1868; p. Thomaston, Aug. 1868- July 1874; ehapl. Home 
Hyg. Inst., Dansville, New York, 1875-77 ; p. Greene, Me., Jan. 1878- 
Mar. 1882; Fairfield, Apr. 1882-Mar. 1885; Freeport, Apr. 1885-Mar. 
1887; fin. agt. Hebron A., May 1887- Aug. 1889; s. Limerick; p. South 
Norridgewock, June 1890-May 1895 ; s. s. Southern Pines, N. C, Jan. 
1896-1904; Pinehurst, 1897-1905; instr. Shaw U., 1899-1900; fin. agt. 

C. A., 1903-05; res. Southern Pines, N. C. d. Southern Pines, Aug. 
29, 1918. 

*EZRA PALMER GOULD. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 27, 1841. H. U. 1861; in civ. war, Oct. 1861- 
July 1865; ord. Cambridge, Sept. 6, 1868; asst. prof. Bib. Lit. and 
Interp., N. T. I., 1868-70; prof. Bib. Interp., N. T., 1870-82; p. 
Burlington, Vt., 1884- Apr. 1888; prof. N. T. Lang, and Lit., P. E. 

D. S., Philadelphia, Pa., 1889-Oct. 1898; ord. Epis. min., 1890; asst. 
min. St. George's ch., New York, N. Y., 1899-1900 ; author, d. White- 
lake, Sullivan Co., N. Y., Aug. 22, 1900. D.D., C. C. 1889. 

*ISAAC SMALL HAMBLEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Limington, Me., Mar. 24, 1833. W. C. 1858; ord. East Abington, 
now Rockland, Sept. 1868; p. East Abington, 1868-Oct. 1872; Win- 
chendon, Oct. 1872-Apr. 1880; Holden, Apr. 1880-85; North Berwick, 
Me., Nov. 1886-May 1891; East Winthrop, May- Aug., 1891. d. East 
Winthrop, Aug. 19, 1891. 

*WALTER WHITNEY HAMMOND. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., July 3, 1842. 1st serg. 47th Mass. Vols., Sept. 1862- 
Sept. 1863; U. S. Christ. Cmn, 1864; H. U. 1863; tea. Fitchburg, 
Mass., 1864-65; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 10, 1868; p. Pierrepont 
St. ch., Brooklyn, 1868-69; Bergen, Jersey City, N. J., Dec. 1869-Mar. 
1875; in Europe, May 1875- July 1876, Jan.-Sept. 1882; p. Lafayette 
Ave. ch., Detroit, Mich., Oct. 1877-Dec. 1881; s. Poughkeepsie, N. Y., 
Nov. 1882-83; s. Chestnut Hill Presb. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., May 
1884-Sept. 1885 ; p. Sept. 1885-95 ; w. c. Morristown, N. J. ; s. Remes- 
enberg, L. I., N. Y., Oct. 1897- June 1898, Jan. 1889-Mar. 1902; s. s. 
Morris Plains, N. J., Mar. 1902-Nov. 1916; ret. d. New York City, 
Nov. 17, 1936. 

*CHARLES VERANUS HANSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., Aug. 30, 1844. W. C. 1865; ord. Peabody, Oct. 6, 
1868; p. Peabody, 1868-79; memb. Mass. leg. 1872, 1873; p. Damaris- 
cotta, Me., 1879-87; 4th ch., Providence, R. I., Feb.- June 1887; Beth- 
any ch., Skowhegan, Me., Nov. 1887-Oct. 1898; w. c. Southern Pines, 
N. C, Oct. 1898-99. d. Atlantic, Mass., Nov. 11, 1899. D.D., C. U. 
1892. 

*SYLVANTJS BOARDMAN MACOMBER. 3. Grad. 

b. Abbot, Me., Dec. 6, 1835. W. C. 1863; 13th Me. Vols., priv., asst, 
chapl., Jan. 1864-65; ord. Cambridge, Me., Dec. 13, 1863; p. Cam- 
bridge; East Harrington, Sept. 1868-69; Alfred, Apr. 1871-72; Ster- 
ling, Mass., July 1872-73; South Lyndeboro, N. H., Jan. 1874-76; 
Montgomery Centre, Vt., May 1878-79; ev. Me. 1879, Vt. 1880-83; 
w. c. Montgomery Centre, Vt., 1883-1913. d. Montgomery Centre, 
Feb. 24, 1913. 

^SYLVESTER BARON PARTRIDGE. 3. Grad. 

b. Evans Mills, N. Y., May 28, 1837. Mid. C. 1861; U. S. Army, 



Students — 1868 99 

1861-65; ord. Newton Centre, Sept. 20, 1868; miss. A. B. M. U., Bang- 
kok, Siam, 1868- Jan. 1873; Swatow, China, 1873-1912; res. Hamil- 
ton, N. Y. d. Hamilton, Apr. 10, 1912. D.D., Mid. C. 1891. 

*EDWARD WILLIAM PRIDE. 3. Grad. 

b. Donegal, Ire., Dec. 16, 1839. Br. U. 1865; ord. Boston Highlands, 
June 10, 1869; miss. Boston Highlands, Jan. 1869-70; p. Dearborn 
St. ch., Boston Highlands, Jan. 1870- Apr. 1879; North Tewksbury, 
Jan. 1879-Sept. 1891; w. c. Andover, Mass., 1891-1907; chapl. Mass. 
State Hospital, Tewksbury ; author, d. Boston, May 6, 1907. 

*JOSEPH WILLIAM REES. 3. Grad. 

b. Llanelly, So. Wales, Oct. 23, 1838. In civ. war, 1st R. I. Inf. ; Br. U. 
1865 ; ord. Eaton Rapids, Mich., Mar. 17, 1869 ; p. Eaton Rapids, 1869- 
71; White Pigeon, 1872-73; Clinton, 111., 1873-75; Mankato, Minn., 
1875-79; Luverne, 1879-83; Im. ch., Sioux City, la., 1883-95; asst. p. 
Woodlawn Park, Chicago, 111., 1897; miss. Chicago, 1897-1907; p. 
Harvey, 111., 1907-09; act. p. Bethany ch., Chicago, 1910; p. em. 
Normal Park, 1922-28. d. Chicago, Dec. 6, 1928. 

*WILLIAM RICKER THOMPSON. 3. Grad. 

b. South Parsonfield, Me., Mar. 13, 1837. W. C. 1863; ord. Brighton, 
Aug. 7, 1868; p. Brighton, 1868-71; Fayville, 1874-77; West Town- 
send, 1877-80; New Ipswich, N. H., 1880-87; pr. Meth. ch., New 
Ipswich, 1888-94; town off. in New Ipswich, 1881-98; memb. leg. 
1897; w. c. New Ipswich, 1898-1915; Germantown, Pa., Oct. 1915-16. 
d. Germantown, Feb. 28, 1916. 

*GEORGE HENRY WHITTEMORE. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 19, 1839. H. U. 1860; tea. class, stud., Eliot 
High Sch., Jamaica Plain, 1860-65; ord. Cambridge, Sept. 6, 1868; 
act. prof. Heb. Lang, and Lit., R. T. S., 1868-76, tea. stud, in the gosp. 
1868-70; occ. min. serv., Cambridge, Mass., 1867-1921; author; sec. 
Harvard Biblical Club, 1881-1921. d. Cambridge, May 6, 1921. 

*EDWARD ASA WHITTIER. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton, N. H., June 12, 1841. Serv. with U. S. Christ. Cmn., six 
weeks, 1864; ord. Lowell, July 22, 1868; p. Branch St. ch., Lowell, 
June 1868-Feb. 1870- ev. Feb. 1870-1909; res. Lawrence, Mass. d. 
Lawrence, Nov. 13, 1909. 



*James Peirson Field. 1. 

b. Brattleboro, Vt., Feb. 1842. Br. U. 1865 ; tea. Millville, N. J., 1866- 
67; Mo., 1869-75; prof. Math., Thayer C, Kidder, Mo., 1875-76; ord. 
Amity, Feb. 6, 1878; p. Cong, ch., Amity, July 1876-Apr. 1896; Chilli- 
cothe, Feb. 1897- July 1899; Riverdale, Apr. 1900-Oct. 1902; ret.; sec. 
Cong. Assoc, of Mo., 1891-96; 1900-15; res. Springfield, Mo. d, St. 
Louis, Mo., Dec. 10, 1917. 

^Stephen Copeland Fletcher. 2. 

b. Bloomfield, now Skowhegan, Me., July 23, 1833. W. C. 1859; 
U. S. Army, 1861-65; ord. Wilton, N. H., Dec. 18, 1866; p. Wilton, 
1866-73; New London, 1873-Nov. 1887; Dexter, Me., Nov. 1887-Nov. 
1892 ; Monson, Nov. 1893-96. d. Dexter, Dec. 10, 1896. 

*George Warren Gile. 1. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 9, 1840. Br. U. 1865; ord. Valley Falls, 
R. I., Apr. 1866; p. Valley Falls, 1866-67; South Berwick, Me., 1867- 
73; 2d ch., Lawrence, Mass., 1873-79; Pittsfield, 1879-84; 2d ch., Fall 
River, 1884-92; fin. sec. C. A., 1892-93; pres. C. A., May 1893-Dec. 
1898; p. Portsmouth, N. H., Jan. 1899-1908. d. Portsmouth, Mar. 1, 
1908. 



100 Students — 1868 

*George Holmes Messer. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 17, 1836. U. S. Army, 1862; Br. U. 1865. d. 
North Cambridge, Feb. 9, 1868. 

♦Charles Hubbard Spalding. 1. 

b. Plainfield, Conn., Oct. 1, 1837. Br. U. 1865; ord. Pawtucket, R. I., 
July 26, 1866; p. High St. ch., Pawtucket, July 1866- July 1871; Pitts- 
field, Mass., Aug. 1871-Oct. 1875; Arlington, Oct. 1875-May 1880; 
South Boston, May 1880-Oct. 1886; dist. sec. A. B. P. S., New Eng., 
Nov. 1886-Mar. 1911; fin. sec. N. T. I., Apr. 1911-14; spec, serv., 
A. B. P. S., 1914-21; res. Brookline. d. Brookline, Dec. 19, 1921. 
D.D., C. U. 1897. 

1869 

*FRANCIS WALES BAKEMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Brooksville, Me., Apr. 14, 1841. W. C. 1866; ord. Newburyport, 
Sept. 17, 1869; p. Newburyport, Sept. 1869-Dec. 1871; Janesville, 
Wis., Dec. 1871- Apr. 1873; Main St. ch., Worcester, Mass., May 1873- 
June 1876; Auburn, Me., Jan. 1877-May 1884; 1st ch., Chelsea, Mass., 
May 1884-May 1915; cor. sec. No. Bapt. Educ. Soc. 1896-1916; res. 
Chelsea, d. Chelsea, June 28, 1919. D.D., C. U. 1885. 

*HENRY HUDSON BEACH. 3. Grad. 

b. Eaton, N. Y., July 24, 1843. U. S. Army, 1864; tea. Bunker Hill, 
111., and tut. S. C. 1864-65; S. C. 1866; ord. Zanesville, 0., Jan. 28, 
1870; p. Zanesville, 1869-70; Sycamore St. ch., Milwaukee, Wis., 1870- 
Jan. 1871; Owatonna, Minn., 1871-May 1872; Lake City, June 1872- 
June 1876; Sheboygan Falls, Wis., Oct. 1877-Oct. 1881; Appleton, 
Oct. 1881- Jan. 1884; Leadville, Colo., Dec. 1884-87; Broadway ch., 
Denver, 1887-90; Golden, 1891-94; Charles City, la., 1894- Jan. 1899; 
Northwood, la., 1899-Apr. 1901; res. Grand Junction, Colo., April 
1901- ? ; ed. Church News. d. Sawtelle, Calif., July 12, 1913. 

*CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS BURROWS. 2. Grad. 

b. Busti, N. Y., Apr. 23, 1825. Br. U. 1857-60; ord. Warwick, R. I., 
July 13, 1863; chapl. U. S. Army, 1864-65; R. T. S. 1865-67; p. North 
Kingston, R. I., 1869-73; 3d ch., Lynn, Mass., 1874-76; Swampscott, 
1876-80; in bus., Green Cove Springs, Fla., Mar. 1880-93. d. Green 
Cove Springs, Feb. 4, 1893. 

*WILLIAM THOMAS CHASE. 3. Grad. 

b. Hallowell, Me., July 11, 1839. ord. Lebanon, Me., Mar. 17, 1863; 
chapl. U. S. Army, Port Hudson, La., 1863-64; W. C. 1865; p. Dover, 
N. H., Sept. 1869-Dec. 1873; Lewiston, Me., Jan. 1874-Sept. 1879; 
Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 1879-Mar. 1884; Minneapolis, Minn., 1884- 
89; Ruggles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 1889-91; 5th ch., Philadelphia, 
Pa., Sept. 1891-98. d. Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 22, 1898. D.D., 
U. Chic. 1884, C. U. 1894. 

*LUCIAN DRURY. 3. Grad. 

b. Wendell, Mass., Sept. 3, 1841. Br. U. 1866; ord. Winchendon, 
June 2, 1870; p. Winchendon, June 1870- June 1872; Swampscott, 
June 1872- Apr. 1876; Danversport, May 1876-May 1883; Apopka, 
Fla., June 1884-Sept. 1891; instr. Gr. and Theol., Bishop C, Mar- 
shall, Tex., 1891-92; p. Bellingham, Mass., Oct. 1892-Oct. 1898; North 
Swansea, Oct. 1898- Apr. 1904; North Stonington, Conn., May 1904- 
June 1909; p. em., Jan. 1910-28. d. North Stonington, June 6, 1928. 

*NELSON NEWTON GLAZIER. 3. Grad. 

b. Stratton, Vt., Dec. 12, 1838. A. C. 1859-61; 1st artil. 11th Vt. 
Vols., 1862-64; memb. Vt. leg., 1865, 1867; Br. U. 1866; ord. Central 
Falls, R. I., Oct. 21, 1869; p. Central Falls, Oct. 1869-Sept. 1870; 



Newtcn Centre 

Massachusetts 

Students — 1869 101 

Montpelier, Vt., Jan. 1872-June 1878; chapl. Vt. Senate, 1872-78; 
p. South Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Dec. 1880-Mar. 1884; act. 
p. Westboro, Oct. 1884-Sept. 1886; p. Greenfield, July 1887-Mar. 
1896; w. c. Greenfield and Boston, Apr. 1896-Apr. 1903; p. Sharon, 
May 1903-Aug. 1912; res. Beatrice, Nebr., and Ashland, d. Ashland, 
Sept. 14, 1922. 

*EVAN LEWIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton, No. Wales, Nov. 1, 1841. Br. U. 1866; ord. South Boston, 
Sept. 20, 1869; p. 4th St. ch., South Boston, 1869-70; Jericho, Vt., 
1874-75; w. c. Waterbury, Conn., 1872-74, 1875-?; reported deceased; 
no further record. 

*HAZEN PINGREE McKUSICK. 3. Grad. 

b. Denmark, Me., Apr. 30, 1840. W. C. 1866; ord. Normal, 111., Feb. 
1871; p. Normal, 1870-71; North Reading, 1871; Laramie, Wyo., 
1872; San Jose, Calif., 1872-73; Nevada City, 1873; tea. and occ. pr., 
Smartsville and North Bloomfield, 1874-75; Spadra, Santa Monica, 
and Los Angeles, 1875-76 ; San Bernardino, 1877-81 ; Norwalk, 1881- 
1901; trav. sales, for med. publ. house, 1893-?; res. Los Angeles, 
1901-24. d. Los Angeles, Jan. 8, 1924. 

*SAMUEL BALDWIN MORSE. 3. Grad. 

b. Fayette, Me., Oct. 26, 1834. W. C; prof. Lat. and Gr., Pac. C, 
Calif. 1861-66 ; ord. Newton Centre, Aug. 8, 1869 ; p. Stockton, Calif., 
Oct. 1869-Oct. 1877; 10th Ave. ch., Oakland, Jan. 1878-88; pres. 
Calif. Bapt. C, 1888-97. d. Oakland, Nov. 15, 1897. A.M., C. U. 
1871; D.D., C. U. 1887. 

*JAMES FERDINAND MORTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Wilmot, N. S., Jan. 24, 1844. Ac. C. 1866; ord. Littleton, Sept. 
28, 1869; p. Littleton, 1869-72; Neponset Ave., Boston, 1873-76; 
prin. C. A. 1876-78; lit. ed. The Watchman, spg. 1880-aut. 1881; prin. 
Leland U., New Orleans, La., 1881-82; instr. New Testament, N. T. I. 
1882-83; lib. N. T. I., Sept. 1884-Sept. 1889; w. c. Newton Centre, 
1883-84; 1889-91; p. Unit, eh., Wolfboro, N. H., Apr.-Sept. 1891; prin. 
Proctor A., Andover, N. H., Sept. 1891-1905; supt. schs., Andover, 
1909-19; ret. d. South Sudbury, Mass., July 25, 1926. 

*RICHARD NOTT. 1. Grad. 

b. Exeter, Eng., June 19, 1840. Can. Lit. Inst., Woodstock, Ont., 
1865; ord. Perth, Ont., July 26, 1865; p. Perth, 1865-Sept. 1866; 
Barnston, P. Q., Sept. 1866-Dec. 1867; Uxbridge, Ont., East Gwilliam- 
bury, and Brock, Dec. 1867- Aug. 1868; p. Londonderry, Vt., June 
1869- June 1871; ed. Port Perry, Ont., June 1871- June 1872; p. Col- 
chester, Vt., June 1872-Oct. 1875; s. Ransomville, N. Y., win. 1875-76; 
p. Addison, Vt., June 1876-Mar. 1880; far. Charlotte, s. South Shafts- 
bury, and East Charlotte, Mar. 1880-Nov. 1882; p. East Charlotte, 
Nov. 1882-Oct. 1887; s. Burlington; Essex; Jericho; Brandon; Rut- 
land ; Keeseville, N. Y., South Colton, Colchester, Vt., in 1898 ; Vt. cor. 
The Examiner, 12 yrs. ; The Watchman, 8 yrs. ; lect. ; res. Burlington, 
Oct. 1887-1901. d. Burlington, Aug. 31, 1901. 

*JOHN VAN LEUVEN OSTERHOUT. 3. Grad. 

b. Lackawack, N. Y., Jan. 2, 1837. M. U. 1862-65; Br. U. 1866; ord. 
Webster, Sept. 9, 1869; p. Webster, 1869-Aug. 1873; Harlem Tem- 
ple, New York, N. Y., Sept. 1873-Aug. 1875; Peekskill, Sept. 1875- 
June 1877; s. 1st ch., Binghamton, 1877-78; p. Castile, July 1878- 
Dec. 1881; Broadway ch., Providence, R. I., Dec. 1881-Sept. 1907; 
Euclid Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1907-Nov. 1909 ; s. Providence, 
R. I.; Nov. 1909-14; res. Providence, d. Providence, Feb. 17, 1014. 



102 Students — 1869 

*JOHN BARTHOLOMEW GOUGH PIDGE. 3. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. L, Feb. 4, 1844. Br. U. 1866 ; ord. Lawrence, Sept. 
8, 1869; p. 1st ch., Lawrence, Sept. 1869-Apr. 1879; 4th ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., May 1879-1929; p. em., 1929-32; author, d. Phila- 
delphia, Apr. 8, 1932. D.D., Br. U. 1889. 

*ISAIAH RECORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, Me., Jan. 22, 1835. W. C. 1862; ord. Turner, Me., July 
18, 1869; p. Turner, 1869-76; Houlton, 1876-83. d. Houlton, Mar. 
14, 1883. 

*DE FOREST SAFFORD. 1. Grad. 

b. Royalston, Vt., Mar. 17, 1840. H. U. 1857-58; priv. 44th Mass. 
Vols., 1862-63; B. U. T. S. 1866-68; ord. Kenosha, Wis., Feb. 19, 
1867; p. Kenosha, 1867-68; Grafton, Mass., Sept. 1869-Sept. 1870; 
Golden, Colo., Jan. 1871- June 1874; Fairfax, Vt., Sept. 1874- Aug. 
1877; Westford and Fletcher, Sept. 1877-Mar. 1881; Jericho and 
Bolton, Apr. 1881-Mar. 1883; Jericho and Westford, Apr. 1883-Mar. 
1884; Jamaica, Apr. 1884-Oct. 1887; prin. N. H. L. T. I., Fairfax, 
1883-84; p. Danbury, N. H., Dec. 1887- Apr. 1890; Jefferson, May 
1890-92; Peterboro, 1892-1914. d. Peterboro, July 7, 1914. 

*WILLIAM HENRY SPENCER. 3. Grad. 

b. Knox, N. Y., Sept. 2, 1838. 61st N. Y. Vols., Sept. 1861-Dec. 
1862; Br. U. 1866; ord. Foxboro, Sept. 16, 1869; p. Foxboro, Sept. 
1869-Mar. 1879; Waterville, Me., Apr. 1879-Mar. 1899; Bethany ch., 
Skowhegan, Mar. 1899- Apr. 1904; ret. d. Cambridge, Mass., Mar. 1, 
1926. D.D., Br. U. 1890. 

*AUSTIN VALENCOURT TILTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Deerfield, N. H., July 28, 1841. Br. U. 1865; ord. Keene, N. H., 
Sept. 30, 1869; p. Keene, 1869-72; Augusta, Me., 1872-74; Campton, 
N. H., Jan. 1876-81. d. Concord, Nov. 15, 1885. 

*HENRY BARZILLAI WATERMAN. 1 month. Grad. 

b. Cooperstown, N. Y., May 18, 1842. Y. C. 1863; 134th 111. Vols., 
May-Oct. 1864; Chic. T. S. 1865-69 (N. T. I., May-June 1869) ; ord. 
New Haven, Conn., July 26, 1869; p. Moline, 111., 1869-73; Mt. Car- 
roll, 1873-78; Wheaton, 1878-81; Normal, 1881-85; Griggsville, 1885- 
90; Gilman 1892-97; Maplewood Ave. ch., Chicago, 1897-1903; author. 
d. Oak Park, Jan. 14, 1903. LL.B., U. Chic. 1866; D.D., La Gr. C. 
1889. 



*Moses Chapin Hanscom. 2. (E.) 

b. South Auburn, Me., Apr. 1842. Ba. C. d. Bethel, Me., July 26, 

1873. 
* William Warriner Merriam. 1. (E.) 

b. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 12, 1837. Wms. C. 1861 ; R. T. S. 1869-70 ; 

tea. Brockport, N. Y., 1871; Jamesport; Eastport; Manorville; 

Springs ; and other places, d. Springs, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1889. 
*Frank Dana Stedman Sargent. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 10, 1844. A. C. 1866; A. T. S. 1867-69; ord. 

(Cong.) Brookline, N. H., Oct. 20, 1869; p. Cong, ch., Brookline, 1869- 

Jan. 1890; Townsend, Mass., 1887- July 1890; 2d ch., Putnam, Conn., 

Sept. 1890-&ov. 1918. d. Putnam, Nov. 12, 1918. 
*Levi Clifford Wade. 2. 

b. Allegheny City, Pa., Jan. 16, 1843. Y. C. 1866; not ord.; tea. 

Newton, 1868-72; law. 1873-80; speak. Mass. House of Rep., 1879; 

pres. Mex. Cent. R. R., res. Newton Centre, d. Newton Centre, 

Mar. 21, 1891. 



Students — 1870 103 

1870 

*HENRY VARNUM BAKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Cranston, R. I., Nov. 10, 1843. River Point Class. Inst.; ord. 
Hebron, Me., Oct. 12, 1870; p. Hebron, 1870-73; Charlemont, Mass., 
1873-77; East Dover, Vt., 1877-82; South Windham, 1882- Jan. 1885; 
s. R. I., Mass., Conn., and Vt., 1885-87; p. Brookline, Vt., May 1887- 
Apr. 1889; East Hardwick, May 1889-May 1895; Sharon, 1895-99; 
East Westmoreland, N. H., May 1899-1900 ; occ. s., res. West Brattle- 
boro, Vt., July 1900- July 1902; p. North Stonington, Conn., July 
1902- July 1908; 1st ch., Woodstock, July 1908-May 1910; paralyzed; 
res. Providence, R. I. d. Providence, March 30, 1923. 

*EDWIN BULLARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Maulmain, Burma, Oct. 2, 1846. Br. U. 1867; ord. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., June 16, 1870; miss. A. B. M. U., Nellore, India, Aug. 1870- 
July 1880; Bapatla, Sept. 1882-Mar. 1892; Kavali, Sept. 1896- Apr. 
1920 ; p. Addison, Vt., July 1880- June 1882. d. Kavali, India, Apr. 
2, 1920. Son of Edwin B. Bullard, class of 1843. 

*HENRY CROCKER. 3. Grad. 

6. Brewster, Mass., Apr. 30, 1845. Priv. 9th R. I. Vols., 1862; Br. U. 
1867; ord. Damariscotta, Me., Nov. 22, 1870; p. Damariscotta, 1870- 
Mar. 1879; Bristol, R. I., Dec. 1879- June 1886; Fairfax, Vt., June 
1887- Apr. 1890; Chester, Vt., Oct. 1890-Apr. 1907; author; pres. Vt. 
Hist. Soc, 1909-29; res. Chester, Vt., 1907-29. d. Chester, Mar. 22, 
1929. 

*ALBERT AARON PORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 25, 1840. ord. Paris, Me., Nov. 2, 1870; p. 
Paris, 1870-72; Belfast, 1873-76; East Auburn, 1876-78; Tenant's 
Harbor, 1878-80; Waldoboro, 1880-84; w. c. Bryant's Pond, 1884-86; 
Kent's Hill, 1886-87. d. Kent's Hill, June 2, 1887. 

*JOHN HARRISON HARTMAN. 1. Grad. 

b. Canaan, O., Apr. 17, 1841. V. C. 1867; S. C. 1867-69 ; ord. Canton, 
Nov. 18, 1870; p. Canton, Sept. 1870- June 1874; South Amesbury, 
June 1874- June 1878; Pittsburg, Pa., June 1880- June 1882; James- 
town, Dak., 1882-88; Wilson Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., May 1888-95; 
Im. ch., 1895-97. d. Cleveland, June 14, 1897. Ph.D. 

*ASA LYMAN LANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Yarmouth, Me., Feb. 18, 1839. W. C. 1862; ord. Reidsburg, Pa., 
June 21, 1865; prin. Reid Inst. 1863-67; p. Biddeford, Me., 1870-75; 
prin. C. A., 1875-76; tea. Cob. C. I., Waterville, Me., 1876-1901; Good 
Will High Sch., Hinckley, 1902-06; p. East Winthrop, 1906-11; res. 
Wakefield, Mass. d. Wakefield, March 15, 1920. 

*BENJAMIN HUMPHREY LANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Yarmouth, Me., Mar. 8, 1844. U. S. Army, 1862-65; Reid Inst., 
Reidsburg, Pa., 1865-67; ord. Bow, N. H., Sept. 14, 1870; p. Bow, 
June 1870-May 1872; Newton, N. H., June 1872-May 1877; North 
Uxbridge, Mass., Oct. 1877-May 1882; Worcester, June 1882-Oct. 
1884; Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 1884-Mar. 1892; Holden, Mass., Apr. 
1892-Apr. 1894; Antrim, N. H., Oct. 1894-Feb. 1902; Rockland, 
Mass., Mar. 1902-Sept. 1905. d. Worcester, Sept. 11, 1905. A.M., 
C. U. 1892. 

*HENRY SIMMONS LATHAM. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., Sept. 7, 1841. Br. U. 1863; tea. W. A. 1873-74; 
ord. Providence, R. I., Apr. 19, 1878 ; p. Oak Lawn, 1877-May 1880 ; 
tea. Smithfield, 1881-96. d. Smithfield, June 20, 1896. 



104 Students — 1870 

♦HORATIO BARTLETT LAWRENCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Wayne, Me., Dec. 19, 1841. B. C. 1865; tea. Gardiner, Me., 1865- 
67; not ord.; tea. Kingston, 1871-72; Needham, 1872-74; North Mid- 
dleboro, 1874-76; priv. tut. West Sutton, 1876-86, 1892-96, except 
about 1882, when prin. Derby A., Vt. ; prin. Leland and Gray S., 
Townshend, Vt., 1886-89; pres. Florida Inst., Live Oak, Fla., 1891; 
tea. Paxton, Mass., 1897-1905. d. Grafton, May 14, 1905. 

*JAMES McWHINNIE. 3. Grad. 

b. Thompsonville, Conn., Mar. 6, 1840. Serg. 20th Conn. Vols., Aug. 
1862-May 1864; Br. U. 1867; ord. Lansingburg, N. Y., May 25, 1871; 
p. Lansingburg, Apr. 1871-Dec. 1874; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., 
Jan. 1875-May 1884; Cambridgeport, Mass., 1884-Mar. 1892. d. 
Cambridgeport, Mar. 2, 1892. D.D., Br. U. 1886. 

*COLA DE RIENZI MEACHAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Shefford, P. Q., Oct. 10, 1838. N. H. L. T. I. 1867; ord. Barre, 
Sept. 6, 1870; p. Barre, 1870-74; North Scituate, 1874-79; act. p. 
Chatham, 1880-81; p. Ashland, 1883-85; Canton, July 1886-88; Long 
Pine, Nebr., 1889-91; Townshend, Vt., Jan. 1892-Jan. 1899; Passump- 
sic, Feb. 1899-1906; w. c. Chicago, 111., July 1906-May 1907. d. 
Newport, Vt., June 3, 1907. 

*ARNOLD RHODES MEDBURY. 3. Grad. 

b. East Providence, R. I., Dec. 10, 1837. P. U. ; act. p. Sonora, Calif. ; 
3d ch., San Francisco; ord. San Francisco, Feb. 28, 1867; p. 1st ch., 
San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 1870-June 1872; assoc. ed. Baptist Evan- 
gel, 2 yrs.; p. Portland, Ore., June 1872- Aug. 1874; 2d ch., Milwaukee, 
Wis., Sept. 1874- Apr. 1879; Rockford, 111., Apr. 1879-July 1880; 
supt. miss, in Wis., 1880-83; p. Verona, Nov. 1883-Sept. 1887; cor. 
sec. Wis. State Conv., 7 yrs.; cor. The Standard, 3 yrs.; p. Salem, 
Ore., Sept. 1887-Nov. 1888; chief elk. U. S. Engineer's off., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Feb. 1889-May 1890; sec. Bapt. city miss., Philadelphia, 
Mar. 1890-Nov. 1894; p. Jenkintown, May 1890-May 1894; cor. 
Pacific Baptist, 3 yrs.; w. c. Jenkintown, 1894-1908. d. Jenkintown, 
May 19, 1908. 

*DAVID JONATHAN PIERCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Montpelier Co., Ind., July 18, 1841. N. H. L. T. I. 1865; ord. 
Chester, Vt., Aug. 6, 1870; prin. Wyoming Inst., Wyo. Ter. 1870-74 
Portland, Ore., Aug. 1874- June 1877; Laramie City, Wyo. Ter., Oct 
1877-Mar. 1881; Walla Walla, Wash. Ter., Apr. 1881-Apr. 1883 
Seattle, Apr. 1883-88; prof. Ment. and Mor. Sci., U. Wash, 1888-90; p 
Fairhaven, Wash., 1890-92; Snohomish and Everett, 1892; prin., prep 
dept., U. Seattle 1892-95; prof. Mor. Sci., Vashon C, Wash. 1895-97 
p. Berkeley, Calif., 1897-1900; Putney, Vt., 1900-Mar. 1901; was miss 
p. in Wyo., Colo., Utah, Ida., Wash., and Ore. d. Putney, Vt., May 4 
1902. A.M., C. U. 1870 ; D.D., U. Wash. 1888. 

*CHARLES ANSEL REMINGTON. 3. Grad. 

b. New Ipswich, N. H., Mar. 29, 1842. Br. U. 1867; res. Fitchburg. 
d. Fitchburg, Dec. 21, 1870. 

♦STEPHEN HENRY STACKPOLE. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., June 24, 1843. H. U. 1866 (N. T. I. 1866-68; 1869- 
70) ; ord. Westboro, Nov. 1871; p. Westboro, Sept. 1871-Jan. 1873; 
Saxton's River, Vt., Apr. 1875-Feb. 1882; Hamilton, N. Y., Feb. 
1882-86. d. Hamilton, July 23, 1886. 

*HARRISON WILLIAM STEARNS. 3. Grad. 

b. Conway, Mass., Oct. 17, 1843. Br. U. 1867; ord. Minneapolis, 
Minn., Oct. 17, 1870; p. Olivet ch., Minneapolis, Oct. 1870-Oct. 1872; 



Students — 1871 105 

Clinton, Wis., Nov. 1872- Apr. 1877; S. S. miss. No. Wis., 1877-80; 
miss. N. W. Wis., 1880-Nov. 1882; p. Chippewa Falls and vie, 1882- 
85; Junction City, Kans., 1885-87; Cheyenne, Wyo., 1887-88; dist. 
miss., N. W. and W. Nebr., 1888-94; fin. sec. Grand Island C, 9 mos.; 
s. Kearney and North Platte, 18 mos.; serv. with Nebr. Children's 
Home Soc, 1896; in bus. 1896-1915; res. Greeley, Colo., 1915-18. 
d. Greeley, Dec. 4, 1918. 

*HENRY ALANSON WINN. 3. Grad. 

b. Woburn, Mass., Mar. 29, 1844. Br. U. 1867; stud, abroad, 1870- 
71. d. Berlin, Prussia, Apr. 17, 1871. 



*Dudley Cotton Bixby. 1.5. (E.) 

b. Warren, N. H., Jan. 17, 1841. Co. G., 3d Vt. Vols., Apr. 1861- 
Dec. 1862; in command Co. B, 31st U. S. colored troops, Aug. 1863- 
Dec. 1865; A. Fairfax, Vt., and New London, N. H. ; ord. Canton 
Me., June 1870; p. Canton, 1870-71; C. T. S. 1871-72; p. Rockport 
Me., Nov. 1872-May 1876; West Randolph, Vt., May 1877-May 1878 
East Dedham, Mass., 1879-80; Rehoboth, 1880-83; Osterville, 1883 
84; Stroutsburg, Pa., 1884-85; Shenandoah, May 1885-Sept. 1887 
Cramer's Hill, N. J., Oct. 1887-May 1891; miss. Me. State Conv. 
May 1891-Nov. 1894; p. 2d ch., Haverhill, Mass., Nov. 1894-Dec 
1901; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Camden, Del., Jan. 1902- Jan. 1904; s. and 
ev., Camden, N. J., Jan. 1904-Dec. 1907; health failed; occ. s., res 
Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 1908-Mar. 1911. d. Haverhill, Mar. 9, 1911 

*Harvey Harrison Tuttle. 1. 

b. Springfield, O., Sept. 20, 1842. Wit. C. 1867; C. T. S. 1868-70 
ord. Bradford, O., Dec. 29, 1870; p. Bradford, 1871-72; Sinking 
Creek, near Springfield, 1881-93; 1896-97; 1904-10; p. em., 1910-13 
lib. D. U., 1893-99; health failed; res. Springfield, O. d. Springfield, 
Jan. 14, 1913. 

* Warren Nathan Walden. 1. (E.) 

b. Montville, Conn., Nov. 12, 1844. ord. Chesterfield, Conn., Apr. 21, 
1869; p. Chesterfield; Packerville; Bloomfield; Colchester; Mont- 
ville; Manahawkin, N. J., 1885-93. d. Manahawkin, Dec. 5, 1893. 

1871 

*WILLIAM OLIVER AYER. 3. Grad. 

b. Sangerville, Me., June 25, 1842. Priv. 1st Me. mil., 1864; C. U. 
1868; ord. Peterboro, N. H., Oct. 11, 1871; p. Peterboro, Sept. 1871- 
Sept. 1874; Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 1874-Feb. 1884; Everett, Mass., 
Feb. 1884- June 1890; Livermore Falls, Me., Sept. 1890-Aug. 1893; 
Warren Ave. ch., Brockton, Mass., Nov. 1893-Aug. 1905; act. p. 
Braintree, Sept. 1905-Nov. 1908; p. Kenduskeag, Me., Feb. 1909- 
Dec. 1914; Brunswick, Jan. 1915- June 1916; cor. Watchman, 1902- 
07. d. Brunswick, June 1, 1916. D.D., Cy. C. 1908. 

*THOMAS MELVIN BUTLER. 3. Grad. 

b. Aurora, Me., Jan. 24, 1841. 1st lieut. U. S. Vols, in civ. war; C. U. 
1868; ord. Hopkinton, R. I., Oct. 1871; p. 2d ch., Hopkinton, 1871- 
74; Somerset, Mass., 1874-76; Townshend, Vt., 1876-82; North Ux- 
bridge, Mass., Oct. 1882- June 1888; Dover and Foxcroft, Me., June 
1888-Oct. 1889; Canton, Mass., June 1890-98. d. Canton, Aug. 6, 
1898. 

*GEORGE WESTON DAVIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Alfred, Me., Dec. 23, 1838. C. U. 1868; ord. South Amesbury, now 
Merrimacport, Nov. 8, 1871; p. South Amesbury, 1871-74; s. Rowley, 
and Antrim, N. H., 1874-76; p. Orange, Mass., 1876-80; Chicopee, 



106 Students — 1871 

1880-90; Biddeford, Me., Jan. 1891-94; Wales, Mass., 1894-98. d. 
South Waterboro, Me., Aug. 20, 1898. 

*SABIN TILLOTSON GOODELL. 3. Grad. 

6. Norway, N. Y., May 22, 1836. U. S. Army, 1863-66, 1st lieut.; 
Br. U. 1868; ord. 1871; miss. A. B. M. U., Bassein, Burma, 1871-77. 
d. Rangoon, Nov. 16, 1877. 

*HENRY MALCOLM HOPKINSON. 3. Grad. 

b. New Sharon, Me., Feb. 1, 1840. 16th Me. Vols., 1863-65; C. U. 
1868; ord. Bangor, Me., Oct. 5, 1871; miss. A. B. M. U., Bassein, 
Burma, 1871-76; p. East Madison, Me., 1876-77; Halifax, Vt., 1877- 
79; West Wardsboro, 1879-84; Lebanon, Me., Dec. 1884-Dec. 1886; 
Perkinsville, Vt., Dec. 1886-June 1899; Westford, June 1899-Oct. 
1907; South Acworth, N. H., Oct. 1907-Dec. 1914; ret., health failed. 
d. West Wardsboro, Vt., Apr. 8, 1922. 

*EDWIN DELMONT KELLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Clarendon, Vt., June 18, 1846. U. Mich. 1868; ord. 1871; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Toungoo, Burma, 1871-72 ; drowned, Upper Burma, Jan. 
1, 1873. 

*GEORGE ROSWELL READ. 3. Grad. 

b. Attleboro, Mass., Mar. 5, 1841. Br. U. 1868; ord. Lisbon Falls, 
Me., Oct. 25, 1871; p. Lisbon Falls, 1871-Dec. 1876; Alameda, Calif., 
June 1877- Apr. 1882; health failed; w. c. Alameda, Calif., 1882-1903. 
d. Latrobe, Mar. 3, 1903. 



*David Wilbert Palmer. 2.5. 

b. Grafton, Vt., Jan. 4, 1841. C. U. 1868; ord. West Wardsboro, 
Vt., Sept. 6, 1872; p. West Wardsboro, Nov. 1871-Dec. 1873; West 
Dummerston, Feb. 1874-Feb. 1875; Lyme, N. H., May 1875-May 
1876; East Poultney, Vt., Nov. 1877-May 1880; Adamsville, N. Y., 
Feb. 1881-Apr. 1884; far. East Poultney, Vt., Oct. 1884-Oct. 1886; p. 
Ellendale, N. Dak., Nov. 1886-Nov. 1887; far. Ludden, Apr. 1888- 
1906. d. Jamestown, Nov. 5, 1906. 

^Stephen Pillsbury. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Hebron, N. H., Jan. 26, 1824. ord. Dunbarton, N. H., Oct. 12, 
1864; p. Dunbarton, 1864-66; Mt. Holly, Vt., 1866-69; p. Lee, 1871- 
74; act. p. Manhattan, Kans., 1874-78; w. c. Tulare, Calif., 1886-92. 
d. Fresno, Apr. 27, 1892. 

1872 

^NATHANIEL LORD COLBY. 3. Grad. 

b. Madison, N. H., July 5, 1841. Br. U.; ord. North Billerica, July 
2, 1872; p. North Billerica, 1872-79; Merrimac St. ch., Manchester, 
N. H., 1879-1911; assoc. p. 1st ch., Manchester, 1911-1914. d. Man- 
chester, Nov. 24, 1914. 

*ALVIN MILLEN CRANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Mansfield Centre, Conn., Aug. 3, 1839. U. S. Army, capt., 1862- 
65; Br. U. 1869; ord. Medfield, Aug. 23, 1872; p. Medfield, 1872-Sept 
1878; West Boylston, Oct. 1878-Sept. 1883; Shelburne Falls, Oct. 
1883-Apr. 1889; Millbury, Apr. 1889-Sept. 1891; Medfield, Oct. 1891- 
July 1898; Groton, Oct. 1898-1902; occ. s., res. Maiden, July 1902- 
June 1908; p. Elm St. chap., Everett, June 1908-Sept. 1909; Swain's 
Pond chap., Maplewood, Sept. 1909- Apr. 1914; author, d. Pitts- 
burgh, Pa., Apr. 22, 1922. 

^BENJAMIN PUTNAM CROSS. 3. Grad. 

b. Tavoy, Burma, Oct. 16, 1845. U. C. 1867; ord. Huntington, Sept. 



Students — 1872 107 

17, 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., Shwegyin, Burma, Jan. 1874-May 1875; 
Toungoo, May 1875-Feb. 1876; Maulmain, Feb. 1876-Oct. 1877; Ran- 
goon, Nov. 1882-Feb. 1892; Bassein, Feb. 1892-Oct. 1898; Henzada, 
Oct. 1898-Mar. 1899; Maubin, Mar. 1899- July 1905; Toungoo, Mar. 
1907-Nov. 1908; Sandoway, Nov. 1908-11; Tavoy, 1911-24. d. 
Lorenzo Marquez, S. E. Africa, Jan. 20, 1924. 

* ARTHUR JUDSON HOVEY. 3. Grad. 

6. Albany, Vt., Apr. 3, 1842. Br. U. 1869 ; ord. Stoneham, Sept. 25, 
1872; p. Stoneham, 1872-Nov. 1887; Evansville, Wis., Feb. 1888-Apr. 
1889; Sparta, May 1889-Sept. 1892; Raynham, Mass., May 1893-Aug. 
1894; Groton, Sept. 1894-Mar. 1898; health failed; res. Caloosa, Fla.; 
Owanita. d. Owanita, Feb. 21, 1920. 

*ALBERT CHRISTOPHER HUSSEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Fairfield, Me., Aug. 17, 1836. W. C. 1857-58; tea. Me., 1858-68; 
ord. Princeton, Me., Feb. 12, 1869 ; p. Princeton, 1868-69 ; p. Grafton, 
Mass., Aug. 1872-Oct. 1879; Northampton, Nov. 1879-Sept. 1892; West 
Boylston, Sept. 1892- July 1896; Roger Williams ch., Providence, 
R. I., Jan. 1897-Oct. 1898; St. Johnsbury, Vt., Oct. 1898-Sept. 1902; 
Warren, Me., Sept. 1902-Sept, 1906; Russell, Mass., Sept. 1906-Nov. 
1908; act. p. Three Rivers, Nov. 1908- June 1910; res. Westfield. d. 
Wells Depot, Me., Feb. 1, 1916. A.M., C. U. 1876. 

^FREDERICK AUGUSTUS LOCKWOOD. 3. Grad. 

b. Chester, Vt., Aug. 21, 1838. O. C; ord. Winthrop, July 1872; p. 
Winthrop, 1872-73; 3d ch., Fall River, 1873-76; in bus., East Boston. 
d. East Boston, Mar. 3, 1895. 

*JAMES WILLIAM MANNING. 3. Grad. 

b. Bridgewater, N. S., Jan. 8, 1842. Ac. C. 1867; ord. Port Hawkes- 
bury, C. B., Mar. 31, 1868; p. Port Hawkesbury, June 1867- Julv 
1869; p. St. Stephen, N. B., July 1872-July 1875; Halifax, N. S., July 
1875- June 1892; sec. and tr., F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., and tr. denom. 
funds, N. B., Aug. 1892-1907; occ. s., 1907-22; ret.; res. Wolfville. 
d. Wolfville, May 18, 1930. D.D., Ac. U. 1900. 

*GEORGE EDMANDS MERRILL. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 19, 1846. H. U. 1869; ord. Springfield, 
Oct. 3, 1872; p. 1st ch., Springfield, 1872- Jan. 1877; 1st ch., Salem, 
Feb. 1877-May 1885; Colorado Springs, Colo., Nov. 1885-Apr. 1887; 
w. c. Colorado Springs, 1887-90; p. Im. ch., Newton, Mass., May 1890- 
Feb. 1899; pres. Colg. U., Apr. 1899-1908; author, d. Hamilton, 
N. Y., June 11, 1908. D.D., C. U. 1893. 

*DURA PRATT MORGAN. 3. Grad. 

b. New London, N. H., June 30, 1840. U. S. Army, 1862-66; Br. U. 
1869; ord. Jamaica Plain, June 30, 1872; p. Jamaica Plain, June 
1872-Nov. 1875; Beverly, Dec. 1875-May 1888; w. c. New London, 
N. H., 1888-92. d. New London, July 7, 1892. 

*CHARLES FREDERIC MYERS. 3. Grad. 

b. Manchester, N. S., 1842. Ac. C. 1869; or d. North Reading, July 
19, 1872; p. North Reading, 1872-74; Sutton, 1874-75; Peterboro, 
N. H., Nov. 1875-Oct. 1878; med. grad. 1882; phys., New York, N. Y., 
1883-1911. d. New York, Aug. 22, 1911. 

*JUSTIN KENT RICHARDSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Pownal, Me., Dec. 12, 1843. Serv. civ. war, 23rd Me. Vols., 30th 
Me.; C. U. 1869; ord. Maplewood, July 10, 1872; p. Maplewood, Mar. 
1871-Apr. 1875; Rutland, Vt., May 1875-Apr. 1883; East Boston, 
Mass., May 1883-Oct. 1886; 1st ch., Brockton, Nov. 1886-Oct. 1899; 
Calvary ch., Des Moines, la., Nov. 1899-Oct. 1903; act. pres. and pres. 



108 Students — 1872 

Des Moines C, Jan. 1903-Sept. 1904; man. Richardson Co. real estate, 
Denver, Colo., Nov. 1904-15; author; ed. Vermont Baptist, 1875-86. 
d. Denver, Feb. 20, 1915. D.D., C. U. 1898. 

*MELVILLE COX THWING. 3. Grad. 

b. Pittston, Me., Jan. 17, 1835. ord. Germantown, Pa., July 1872; 
p. Germantown, 1872-75; w. c. Branford, Conn., 1875-77; p. Lowell, 
Mass., 1877-80; ed. Washington, D. C, 1881-84; act. p. North ch., 
Brockton, Mass., 1884-86; ed. New York, N. Y., 1887. No further 
information. 

*ISAAC ROBINSON WHEELOCK. 3. Grad. 

b. Kingston, N. S., Jan. 24, 1843. Br. U. 1869 ; ord. Worcester, Aug. 
1, 1872; p. Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, May 1872- Apr. 1875; Fitch- 
burg, May 1875-May 1885; Meriden, Conn., June 1885- June 1890; 
insur. bus., 1890-1923; res. Roslindale, Mass. d. Roslindale, Oct. 31, 
1926. 



*Nicholas Noyes Atkinson. 2. 

b. Minot, Me., Apr. 4, 1848. C. U. 1869; not ord.', tea. Peabody, 
1871-72, N. L. L. S. I., N. H., 1872-74; Warner, 1874-76; Rockland, 
Me., part of 1876; mining bus. Colo., 1878- July 1892; res. Leadville, 
1878-81; Denver, 1881-92; health failed; res. West Minot, Me., 1892- 
1900. d. Mechanic Falls, Aug. 23, 1900. 

*George Andrew Bacon. 1. 

b. Webster, Mass., Jan. 17, 1847. Br. U. 1867; tea. Derby, Vt., 1867- 
68 ; Gardner, Mass., 1868-69, stud. Germany, 1870-71 ; tea. Polytechnic 
Inst., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1871-74; Syracuse, 1874-78; prin. Syracuse 
High Sch., 1878-88; ed. Academy, 1886-92; memb. of firm of Allyn 
and Bacon, book publ., 1888-1930; res. Boston, d. Atlantic City, 
N. J., Jan. 14, 1930. Ph.D., H. C. 1879. 

*Herbert Henry Beaman. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Amherst, Mass., 1848. ord. Hampton Falls, N. H., Oct. 2, 1872; 
p. Hampton Falls, and Seabrook, June 1872- Aug. 1876 ; West Bridge- 
water, Mass., Aug. 1876-Apr. 1880; North Oxford, May 1880-Aug. 
1881. d. North Oxford, Aug. 10, 1881. 

*John Thomas Burhoe. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Alexandra, P. E. I., Nov. 30, 1839. ord. Marlboro, June 20, 1872; 
p. Marlboro, 1872-Oct. 1879; U. PI. ch., Chicago, 111., Oct. 1879-May 
1883; Rockford, Sept. 1883-Feb. 1892; Ottawa, Mar. 1892- June 1896; 
res. Roslindale, Mass., 1896-98; s. Leinster St. ch., St. John, N. B., 
Jan.- June 1898; p. Rockford, 111., Nov. 1898-Mar. 1905. d. Rock- 
ford, Mar. 14, 1905. 

*David Downie. 1. 

b. Glasgow, Scot., July 29, 1838. Br. U. 1869; R. T. S. 1870-72; 
ord. Monroeville, O., July 10, 1872; p. Monroeville, 1872-May 1873; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Nellore, India, Dec. 1873- Jan. 1915 ; Coonoor, Feb. 
1915-27; Fellow, U. of Madras, 1897-1823. d. Pasadena, Calif., July 
19, 1927. D.D., Bu. U. 1886. 

*William Rogers Warner. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Smithfield, R. I., Mar. 31, 1826. Bost. T. S. ; ord. Belchertown, Sept. 
11, 1872; p. Belchertown, 1872-73; East Weare, N. H., 1874-75; South 
Lyndeboro, 1876-77; Ira, Vt., 1878-80; Lorraine, N. Y, 1882-83; Palo, 
Mich., Dec. 1884-85; Farmington, Mich., 1886-87; Perryville, R. I., 
1893-94; w. c. Cambridgeport, Mass. d. Mendon, June 26, 1901. 

1873 

*JAMES HOPE ARTHUR. 3. Grad. 

b. Hartford, Conn., May 27, 1842. U. S. Army, 1862-64; Br. U. 1870; 



Students — 1873 109 

ord. 1873; miss. A. B. M. XL, Yokohama, Japan, 1873-74; Tokyo, 
1874-77. d. Oakland, Calif., Dec. 9, 1877. 

*SYLVESTER BURNHAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Exeter, N. H., Feb. 1, 1842. B. C. 1862 (N. T. I. 1869-71; 1872- 
73) ; ord. Holyoke, July 7, 1873; p. Amherst, July 1873-74; tea. W. A. 
1874-75; prof. Sem. Lang, and 0. T. Exeg., M. U. T. S., 1875-1918; 
lib., M. U., 1880-92; dean Colg. T. S., 1893-1910; res. Newburyport, 
Mass. d. Newburvport, Sept. 23, 1935. D.D., B. C. 1885; S. T. D., 
Colg. U. 1918. 

*GEORGE CHURCHILL. 3. Grad. 

b. Hartford, N. S., Jan. 18, 1842. ord. Hebron, N. S., Aug. 12, 1873; 
miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Bangkok, Siam, 1874-75; to Telugus, 
India, 1875-1908. d. Bobbili, Madras Presidency, India, Mar. 14, 
1908. 

*OBADIAH ERASTUS COX. 3. Grad. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., 1844. Ac. C. 1866; ord. Dec. 10, 1867; p. Yar- 
mouth, N. S.; p. South Amesbury, 1870; New Bedford, 1873-75; 
Brooklyn, N. Y., 1877-86; 2d ch., Auburn, Feb. 1886-89; Cold Spring 
and Huntington, L. I., sum. 1889; Towners, N. Y., 1890-May 1893; 
North Easton, Mass., Oct. 1893- July 1894; w. c. Dorchester, 1894-96; 
p. Northwood, N. H., 1896- July 1898; w. c. Auburn, N. Y., Aug. 1898- 
1900; p. Dykemans, 1900-Oct. 1903; Hydeville, Vt., Oct. 1903-June 
1906; w. c. Rutland; South Glens Falls, N. Y., 1911-1918. d. South 
Glens Falls, Oct. 12, 1918. D.D., Ac. U. 1913. 

*NEWELL TRACY DUTTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Claremont, N. H., Oct. 5, 1840. U. S. Army, 1862-65; Br. U. 1870; 
ord. Warren, Me., Aug. 19, 1873; p. Warren, 1873-Aug. 1883; Houl- 
ton, Aug. 1883-Aug. 1893; Fairfield, Aug. 1893-Sept. 1896; fin. sec. 
C. U., res. Waterville, Me., Oct. 1896-Mar. 1900. d. Newcastle, Mar. 
5, 1900. 

^FREDERICK HOWARD EVELETH. 3. Grad. 

b. Durham, Me., Mar. 21, 1843. C. U. 1870; ord. 1st ch., Portland, 
Me., Sept. 2, 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., Toungoo, Burma, 1873-85, 
Rangoon, 1885-90, Sandoway, 1890-96, Insein Theol S., 1896; res. 
Schenectady, N. Y. d. Albany, Nov. 30, 1932. D.D., C. U. 1898. 

*THOMAS GARDNER FIELD. 3. Grad. 

b. Massillon, O., May 19, 1843. U. S. Army, 1862; Br. U. 1870; ord. 
Alton, 111., Oct. 11, 1873; p. Alton, Sept. 1873-Feb. 1879; Winona, 
Minn., Mar. 1879-Dec. 1881; 4th ch., Minneapolis, Dec. 1881- June 
1887; dist. sec. A. B. M. U., July 1887- Jan. 1910; joint sec. A. B. F. 
M. S. and A. B. H. M. S., Ohio dist., Feb. 1910-12; p. Alderson, W. 
Va., 1913; res. Granville, O. d. Elyria, May 24, 1926. D.D., D. U. 
1922. 

*JOHN SKINNER HUTCHINSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Windsor, Vt., Oct. 6, 1847. Br. U. 1869; tea. W. A. 1869-70; ord. 
Windsor, Vt., July 22, 1874; asst. instr. Bib. Interp., C. T. S. 1873- 
Feb. 1875; engaged in clerical work; res. for many years, Brooklyn, 
N. Y. d. Brooklyn, May 27, 1919. Son of Elijah Hutchinson, class 
of 1834. 

*WILLIAM AMASA KEESE. 3. Grad. 

b. Louisville, Miss., Dec. 23, 1846. A. C. 1869; ord. Ellsworth, Me., 
July 31, 1873; p. Ellsworth, June 1873-Apr. 1877; Calvary ch., Salem, 
Mass., Apr. 1877-May 1883; Cary Ave. ch., Chelsea, Sept. 1883-Nov. 
1888; Trinity Cong, ch., Lawrence, Mar. 1889-95. d. Lunenburg, 
Sept. 1, 1895. 



110 Students — 1873 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON McCULLOUGH. 2. Grad. 

b. Baltimore, Md., 1845. Col. C; C. T. S., 1870-71; ord. Danvers- 
port, June 20, 1873; p. Danversport, 1873-76; Edgartown, 1876-77; 
East Gloucester, 1877-80; Baltimore, Md., 1880-86; Washington, 
D. C, July 1886-92; w. c. Anacostia, 1892-94; Tenleytown, 1896-1916; 
ret.; res. Washington, D. C. d. Washington, Jan. 27, 1923. 

*EDWARD PAYSON ROBERTS. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterboro, Me., Dec. 2, 1844. C. U. 1870; ord. Springvale, Me., 
Oct. 23, 1873; p. Springvale, 1873-75; Sandusky, O., 1876-79; w. c. 
Waterboro, Me., 1879-80; p. Cincinnati, O., 1880-87, 1893-95; Chev- 
iot, 1887-91; 1897-1907; miss, work, Cincinnati, 1908-11; res. Cin- 
cinnati, d. Cincinnati, Dec. 31, 1920. 

*JULIUS BROWN ROBINSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Lebanon, Conn., Jan. 24, 1842. C. L. I. 1856-60; Westfield Norm. 
Sch. 1868-70; ord. Milford, July 2, 1873; p. Milford, July 1873- July 
1874, June 1875-June 1879; Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H., July 
1879-May 1881; West Springfield, Mass., Aug. 1881-May 1884; River- 
side ch., New York, N. Y., May 1884-85; Leominster, Mass., Nov. 
1886-Dec. 1888; North Billerica, Jan. 1888-91; Andover, Conn., 1892- 
96; p. West Boylston, Mass., Nov. 1896-Nov. 1904; Turners Falls, 
Nov. 1904-Mar. 1912 ; ret. ; res. Wollaston, Mass. ; Damariscotta, Me. 
d. Damariscotta, Jan. 5, 1924. 

*RUFUS SANFORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Woodside, N. S., Apr. 7, 1842. Ac. C. 1869; ord. Billtown, N. S., 
Aug. 20, 1873; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov. Siam, 1873-75, to Telugus, 
Bimlipatam, India, July 1875-Mar. 1892, Vizianagram, 1896-1932. 
d. Vizianagram, July 31, 1932. D.D., Ac. U. 1908. 

*ERASTUS MELVILLE SHAW. 3. Grad. 

b. Albion, Me., Oct. 14, 1842. 16th Me. Vols., July 1863- July 1865; 
C. U. 1870; ord. Antrim, N. H., Sept. 30, 1873; p. Antrim, July 1873- 
Apr. 1879; Beverly Farms, Mass., June 1881-Feb. 1884; w. c. Rock- 
land, Me., 1884-1921. d. New York, N. Y., Oct. 21, 1921. 

*EDWIN SUMNER SMALL. 3. Grad. 

b. St. George, Me., Apr. 3, 1848. C. U. 1868; tea. Portland, Me., 
1868-70; ord. Cherryfield, Me., Apr. 15, 1874; p. Cherryfield, June 
1873-Nov. 1874; spec, stud., M. I. T., 1875; p. Brunswick, Me., Jan. 
1876- Apr. 1880; Livermore Falls, Oct. 1880- June 1890; in bus. Bos- 
ton, Mass., 1890-1925; held many civic off.; author; res. Melrose, 
Mass. d. Melrose, Jan. 10, 1925. 

*WILLIAM EDWIN STANLEY. 

b. in part of Attleboro, now North Attleboro, Mass., Sept. 28, 1844. 
U. S. Army, 1864-65; P. A. A. 1866-69; ord. St. Cloud, Minn., July 
31, 1873; p. St. Cloud, July 1873-May 1876; Red Wing, May 1876- 
Oct. 1879; Troy, O., 1879-Aug. 1882; Austin, Minn., Oct. 1882-Jan. 
1891; chapl. Minn. G. A. R. dept., 1886-89; p. Winterset, la., Jan. 
1891- Aug. 1892; fin. sec. Des M. C, Aug. 1892- Jan. 1893; p. Atlantic, 
Jan. 1893- July 1898; Eldora, April 1900-April 1919; Jesup, April 
1920-24; Manchester, d. Manchester, Dec. 16, 1926. 

*EUGENE ELLIS THOMAS. 3. Grad. 

b. North Attleboro, Mass., Jan. 7, 1851. Br. U. 1870; ord. North 
Tewksbury, June 19, 1873; p. North Tewksbury, 1873-Aug. 1876; 
Woonsocket, R. I., Aug. 1876-Feb. 1884; memb. R. I. leg., 1880-82; 
p. Newburyport, Mass., Feb. 1884-Mar. 1888; Nyack, N. Y., Mar. 
1888-Nov. 1889; Dutch Ref. ch., Tarrytown, Dec. 1889-Apr. 1894; 
Castleton, Apr. 1894-1904; author; ed. Daily Patriot, Woonsocket, 
R. I., 1879-81. d. Castleton, N. Y., Dec. 4, 1904. 



Students — 1874 111 

^William Ammi Bradbury. 1.5. 

6. Chepachet, R. I., Nov. 3, 1847. Br. U. 1870. d. Providence, R. I., 
Jan. 13, 1872. 

1874 

*ELISHA BENJAMIN ANDREWS. 2. Grad. 

b. Hinsdale, N. H., Jan. 10, 1844. 2d lieut. IT. S. Army, 1861-64; Br. 
U. 1870; prin., C. L. I., Suffield, Conn., 1870-72; ord. Beverly, July 
2, 1874; p. Beverly, July 1874- Aug. 1875; pres. D. U., 1875-79; prof. 
HomiL, Past. Dut. and Ch. Pol., N. T. I., 1879-82; stud. U. Berlin and 
U. Munich, 1882-83; prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ., Br. U., 1882-88; 
prof Polit. Econ. and Fin., Corn. U., 1888-89 ; pres. Br. U. and prof. 
Mor. and Intel. Phil., 1889-98; U. S. Cmnr. to Intern. Mon. Conf., 
Brussels, Belgium, 1892; supt. pub. schs., Chicago, 111., 1898-1900; 
chan. U. Nebr., 1900-08, chan. em., 1909-1917; travl. 1909-1912; res. 
Interlachen, Fla., 1912-17; author, d. Interlachen, Fla., Oct. 30, 
1917. Ph.D., U. Nebr. 1912; D.D., C. U. 1884; LL.D., U. Nebr. 1884, 
Br. U. 1900, U. Chic. 1901. 

*JAMES WILLIAM BANCROFT. 3. Grad. 

b. Paradise, N. S., Aug. 11, 1844. Ac. C. 1871; ord. Windsor, N. S., 
Apr. 17, 1875; p. Windsor, Mar. 1875- Jan. 1876; Weymouth, Feb. 
1876-Nov. 1878; North Sydney, C. B., Dec. 1878-Oct. 1891; Ayles- 
ford, N. S., Nov. 1891- Apr. 1896; Springhill, May 1896-Aug. 1901; 
St. Mary's Bay, Aug. 1901-Dec. 1908, and Hill Grove, Aug. 1901- 
July 1909; 3d ch., Yarmouth, Nov. 1910-13; res. Pleasant Valley, 
Yarmouth Co., N. S. d. Pleasant Valley, May 30, 1913. 

*JOHN EZRA BURR. 3. Grad. 

b. French Creek, W. Va., 1845. Br. U. 1871; ord. Providence, R. L, 
July 28, 1874; p. Fisherville, now Penacook, N. H., Sept. 1874- July 
1878; West Medway, Mass., July 1878-83. d. Deer Park, W. Va., 
Sept. 6, 1883. 

* ALBERT VINTON CLARK. 2. Grad. 

b. Tolland, Conn., Sept. 4, 1845. M. U. 1867-69; B. U. T. S. 1871-72; 
ord. West Royalston, Aug. 26, 1874; p. West Royalston, 1874-Mar. 
1878; East Hardwick, Vt., Apr. 1878-Julv 1881. d, Tolland, Conn., 
Nov. 15, 1881. 

^LEONARD JOHN DEAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Morrisville, N. Y., July 24, 1848. M. U. 1871; ord. East Jaffrey, 
N. H., Dec. 15, 1875; p. East Jaffrey, 1875- June 1879; Milford, Apr. 
1880-May 1882; Randolph, Mass., June 1882- July 1884; prin. Un. A., 
Belleville, N. Y., Aug. -Nov. 1884; p. Watertown, Dec. 1884- Apr. 
1889; Little Falls, May 1889-Sept. 1892; Hudson, Sept. 1893- Aug. 
1898; 5th Ave. ch., Trov, Sept. 1898-Sept. 1910; Saratoga Springs, 
Oct. 1910-July 1911. Saratoga Springs, July 5, 1911. D.D., Colg. 
U. 1901. 

*DAVID FOSTER ESTES. 3. Grad. 

b. Auburn, Me., Oct. 18, 1851. U. V. M. 1871 ; ord. Manchester, Vt., 
Aug. 19, 1874; p. Manchester, July 1874-Mav 1876; Belfast, Me., 
1876-Sept. 1878; stud. U. Gottingen, 1878-79; p. Vergennes, Vt., Jan. 
1880-Sept. 1883; prof, and act. pres. Atlanta Bapt. S., 1883-Aug. 
1886; p. Holden, Mass., Sept. 1886-Sept. 1891; prof. N. T. Interp., 
Colg. T. S., Sept. 1891-1920; lib. Colg. U., 1898-1921; ret; res. Los 
Angeles, Calif, d. Los Angeles, Feb. 19, 1926. D.D., U. V. M., 1896. 

*JAMES KENDALL EWER. 3. Grad. 

b. Hyannis, Mass., Apr. 18, 1846. Priv. 3d Mass. cav., 1862-65; C. A. 
1871; ord. Boston, June 11, 1874; p. Reading, Sept. 1874- Jan. 1885; 



112 Students — 1874 

Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., Jan. 1885-94; Un. ch., Providence, 
R. I., 1894- Apr. 1902; Maplewood ch., Maiden, Mass., May 1902- 
Apr. 1905; author; lect. d. Maplewood, Maiden, Apr. 29, 1905. 

*WILLIAM HENRY FISH. 3. Grad. 

b. Delhi, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1839. U. S. Army, 1862-66 (N. T. I. 1870- 
72; 1873-74); Br. U. 1870; act. p. Burlington, la., 1874-75; ord. 
Billerica, Mass., Dec. 28, 1875; p. Billerica, 1875- June 1877; act. p. 
Antrim, N. H., Aug. 1877-May 1878 ; p. Brewster, Mass., Aug. 1878- 
July 1880; North Oxford, 1882-83; Crompton, R. I., Aug. 1883-Oct. 
1886; insur. bus., Boston, 1886-96; res. Hyde Park, 1886-1896; Mel- 
rose, 1896-1900; Reading, 1900-1919; Walton, N. Y., 1919-28. d. 
Walton, Feb. 5, 1928. 

*JACOB WINFRIED FUHRMANN. 3. Grad. 

b. Sippersfeld, Ger., May 5, 1844. ord. Vineyard Haven, July 2, 
1874; p. Vinevard Haven, 1874- July 1876; Newcassel, Wis., Apr. 
1877- Aug. 1878; Pewaukee, Sept. 1878-80; Monticello Prairie, Oct. 
1880-Apr. 1882; Portage City, May 1882-Dec. 1883; health failed; 
res. Miss. 1883-86; p. Woodlawn, Kans., Dec. 1886-Feb. 1888; ret.; 
res. Woodlawn, Kans., 1888-1925. d. Sabetha, Aug. 30, 1925. 

*CALVIN GOODSPEED. 2. Grad. 

b. Nashwaak, N. B., May 5, 1842. U. N. B. 1866; Regent's Park C, 
London, Eng., 1868 ; ord. Andover, N. B., 1869 ; prin. Bapt. S., Fred- 
ericton, 1869-72; p. Woodstock, Ont., 1873-78; tea. Sys. Theol., Wo. 
C, 1878-79; stud. U. Leipzig, 1879-80; p. Yarmouth, N. S., 1881-84; 
ed. Messenger and Visitor, St. John, N. B., 1885-90; prof. Theol. and 
Apol., McM. U., 1890-1905; prof. Theol., Apol., and Ch. Pol., S. W. 
T. S., Tex., 1905-1909; health failed; lect. Ac. U., 1911-1912; author; 
assoc. ed. Canadian Baptist, 7 yrs. d. Paradise, N. S., July 6, 1912. 
D.D., Ac. U. 1889, McM. U. 1905; LL.D., U. N. B. 1900. 

*ALBANUS KIMBALL GURNEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Cumberland, Me., May 29, 1845. C. U. 1871. ord. Yarmouth, Me., 
Aug. 26, 1874; miss. A. B. M. U., Sibsagor, Assam, 1874-1904; Dibru- 
garh, 1905-06; health failed, returned to U. S., 1907; trans. Old 
Testament into Assamese; res. Burbank, Calif, d. Burbank, June, 
1929. 

*HENRY WARE HALE. 2. Grad. 

b. South West Harbor, Mt. Desert, Me., Oct. 7, 1843. C. U. 1867 
B. U. T. S. 1871-72; ord. Auburn. Me., Aug. 20, 1874; miss. A. B 
M. U., Shwegyin, Burma, Nov. 26, 1874- Jan. 1880; 1882- Apr. 1893 
Maulmain, Jan.- June, 1880 ; in charge Karen Miss., Shewgyin, Burma 
Apr. 1876-Oct. 1877; Des. 1882- Jan. 8, 1885; Oct. 1887-Nov. 1888 
Oct. 1891-May 1892; munic. cmnr. Shwegyin, 1892; miss. Tavoy 
1894-Mar. 1902; ret. 1904; res. Savannah, Ga., 1904-27. d. Nov 
27, 1927. 

*JOHN WILLIAM HOUGH. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Louis, Mo., May 26, 1847. Wash. U. 1871 ; ord. St. Louis, Mo., 
Sept. 21, 1874; p. Evanston, Wyo. Ter., 1874-Sept. 1875; Denmark, 
la., Dec. 1875-Dec. 1877; Prescott, May 1878-May 1879; tea. 1879-80; 
agt. Central Baptist, 1880; p. Salem, 111., Dec. 1880-Oct. 1883; Ma- 
quoketa, la., Nov. 1883-Nov. 1885; B. U. T. S. 1885-86; p. Mapleton, 
la., 1886-87; Schaller, 1887-88; tea. 1888; prin. Akinsville Inst., Mo., 
1889-90; p. Republic, Kans., June 1890- June 1891; work in Jewell 
Assoc, June 1891-Dec. 1892; colp. miss. A. B. P. S., Republic Assoc, 
Dec. 1892-Apr. 1901; p. Exeter, Nebr., June 1904-June 1905; asst. to 
sec. Nebr. Bd. of Health, Lincoln, May 1907-16 and later, d. Okla- 
homa City, Okla., Dec. 21, 1921. 



Students — 1874 113 

*DANIEL WEBSTER HOYT. 3. Grad. 

b. East Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 12, 1845. 4th Mass. artil. 1864-65; 
Br. U. 1871; ord. Amherst, July 29, 1874; p. Amherst, July 1874- 
July 1880; Millbury, Oct. 1880- Jan. 1889; Adams Sq., ch., Worcester, 
Feb. 1889-98; w. c. Worcester, 1898-1906; p. North Oxford, Nov. 
1906-Nov. 1910; Sept. 1912-Sept. 1918; ret.; res. Worcester, d. 
Worcester, Nov. 5, 1936. 

*WILLIAM LIBBEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 11, 1839. U. S. Vols, in civ. war; C. U. 1871; 
ord. Wilton, N. H., Oct. 15, 1874; p. Wilton, 1874- Apr. 1879; North 
Sutton, June 1879-85; Ashfield, Mass., 1885-Aug. 1891; w. c. South 
Ashfield, 1891-94. d. South Ashfield, Aug. 18, 1894. 

*WILMOT MELVIN MAYHEW. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., July 21, 1848. H. U. 1871; ord. Swanton, Vt., 
June 23, 1875; p. Swanton, Feb. 1875-76; Woodstock, N. H., Aug. 
1876-Nov. 1879; w. c. Boston, Mass., 1879-82; p. Whiting, Vt., Apr. 
1882-Apr. 1884; Cong, ch., Whiting, Apr. 1884-Sept. 1890; Franklin, 
Nov. 1890-94; w. c. Highgate Springs, 1894; ret.; res. Highgate 
Springs, St. Albans, Lancaster, Mass. d. Lancaster, Nov. 21, 1923. 

*SILAS PORTER PENDLETON. 3. Grad. 

b. Camden, Me., Aug. 1, 1841. U. S. Army, 1861-64; ord. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., Jan. 1, 1875; p. Messiah ch., Philadelphia, 1875-76; 
Bath, Me., 1880-83; Kingston, Mass., 1884-85; miss, in South, 1886- 
91; p. Monson, Me., 1891-92; Kenduskeag, 1893-98; Lamoine, 1898- 
99 ; Sheldonville, Mass., 1900-01 ; ret. ; res. Mansfield, Natick, Middle- 
boro. d. Greenwich, Nov. 26, 1934. 

*MILES NEWTON REED. 3. Grad. 

b. Berlin, O., Aug. 8, 1844. D. U. 1871; ord. Winthrop, June 25, 
1874; p. Winthrop, July 1874- July 1875; Maplewood, Nov. 1875-Oct. 
1877; Baldwinsville, July 1878-May 1881; Salem Depot, N. H., July 
1881-85 ; New Boston, 1885-Apr. 1889 ; Holliston, Mass., June 1889- 
95; Oakland, Me., 1895-Sept. 1898; Greenfield, Mass., Feb. 1899-1902; 
Lee, Apr. 1902-1907; Bowdoinham, Me., 1907-1915; res. Waterbury, 
Conn. d. Waterbury, Oct. 27, 1929. 

*DANIEL SHEPARDSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Royalston, Mass., Oct. 29, 1845. W. A.; ord. Hancock, Nov. 18, 
1874; p. Hancock, Nov. 1874-Mar. 1882; Petersburg, N. Y., May 
1882-Feb. 1886; s. East Nassau, Oct. 1887-Dec. 1892; Stephentown 
Centre, Nov. 1895-Nov. 1896; w. c. Hancock, Mass., 1896-1908; held 
various town off. d. Hancock, Dec. 17, 1908. 

*JOHN ROMAN STUBBERT. 3. Grad. 

b. Little Bras d'or, C. B., Apr. 8, 1838. Ac. C. 1871; ord. Sufiield, 
Conn., July 2, 1874; p. 2d ch., Suffield, July 1874- Apr. 1882; Putnam, 
Apr. 1882-May 1891; South Framingham, Mass., May 1891-93; Hunt- 
ington St. ch., New London, Conn., Aug. 1893-May 1899; Southing- 
ton, May 1899-Oct. 1902; Putnam, Nov. 1902-May 1916; p. em. May- 
Dec. 1916 ; author ; res. Putnam, d. Meshanticut Park, R. I., Dec. 23, 
1916. 

*HENRY WILLIAM THIELE. 3. Grad. 

b. Tennenberg, Ger., Jan. 2, 1844. Wash. U. 1871 ; ord. Bernard St. 
ch., St. Louis, Mo., June 28, 1874; p. Laramie, Wyo. Ter., July 1874- 
July 1876; Anamosa, la., Sept. 1876-Sept. 1877; Fairfield, Sept. 
1877-Sept. 1879; Brighton, 111., Sept. 1879-June 1883; fin. sec. S. C, 
June 1883-Dec. 1886; p. Greenville, 111., Jan. 1887- Jan. 1890; Mt. 
Vernon, Jan. 1890- Jan. 1891; Carbondale, Jan. 1891-Dec. 1892; Pana, 
Jan. 1893-1897; Mattoon, Oct. 1897-Oct. 1899; dist. supt. 111. Chil- 



114 Students — 1874 

dren's Home and Aid Society, Oct. 1899-1926; res. Galesburg, 111. 
d. Galesburg, Nov. 23, 1926. 

*SAMUEL WATSON TINDELL. 3. Grad. 

6. Church Grove, Term., Oct. 4, 1844. U. S. Army, 1863-65; A. C. 
1871; ord. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 2, 1874; tea. Franklin A., Jacks- 
boro, 1874-75, 1880-81; p. Cleveland, 1875-79; prof. Anc. Lang., Car. 
C, Mossy Creek, 1882-85; pres. 1883-88; p. Rockwood, 1889-90, 1893- 
94; supt. schs., Dayton, 1890-91; prof. Lat., Am. Temp. U., Harri- 
man, 1894-98; agt. C. and N. C, 1898,-99; priv. sch. work, 1900-01; 
supt. Anti-Saloon League of East Tenn., 1902-05; ed. East Tennessee 
Baptist, 1895-98 ; Tennessee Anti-Saloon Journal, 1905-08 ; ev., 1909- 
16; author; res. Johnson City, Tenn. d. Salem, Va., Nov. 1939. 
D.D., Car. C. 1888. 

*GEORGE WASHINGTON WILLIAMS. 3. Grad. 

b. Bedford Springs, Pa., Oct. 16, 1849. ord. Watertown, June 11, 
1874; p. 12th ch., Boston, 1874-75; Cincinnati, O., 1875-78; w. c. 
Cincinnati; memb. O. leg. 1 yr. ; law.; res. Washington, D. C. ; went 
to Belgium and to the Congo Free State; author, d. Blackpool, Eng., 
Aug. 4, 1891. 



*William Frederick Armstrong. 2. 

b. North Sydney, C. B., May 30, 1849. Ac. C. 1869-71; ord. North 
Sydney, C. B., Aug. 3, 1873; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov. 1873-79; 
Burma, 1874-75, to Telugus, July 1875-79; p. Roslindale, Mass., 1881- 
82; asst. p. Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., 1882-84; miss. A. B. M. U., 
to Tamils and Telugus, Maulmain, Burma, and p. Eng. Bapt. ch. 
there, 1884-95; in charge of Tamil and Telugu work in Burma, res. 
Rangoon, 1895-1918. d. Rangoon, May 8, 1918. D.D., Ac. U. 1910. 

*Daniel Lord Crafts. 1. (E.) 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 17, 1840. ord. by the Christ, ch., Lynn, 1876 
re-ord. in Beverly, June 16, 1882; p. Lynn, July 1876-Feb. 1887 
Salisbury, 1877-79; New Bedford, 1879-81; Bapt. ch., Newton, N. H. 
1882-83; short p. in R. L, 1883-85; Essex, Conn., 1885-Dec. 1886 
Somerset, Mass., Jan. 1887-Oct. 1888; Patten, Me., 1889-91; Bow 
N. H., May 1892-93; Cong, ch., South Dennis, Mass., 1894- Jan. 1896 
w. c. Beverly Farms, Lynn ; s. Christ, ch., Stratham, N. H., 1902 ; w. c. 
West Mansfield, Mass., 1903-1 d. Foxborough, Sept. 9, 1911. 

*Herman Kendall Hopps. 1. 

b. La Moille, 111., July 1, 1847. U. Chic. 1870; R. T. S. 1870-71; p. 
Batavia, 111., 1871-72 (N. T. I. 1872-73). drowned, Newport, R. I., 
Aug. 1, 1873. 

*Orrin Bobbins Hunt. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Waldoboro, Me., Aug. 26, 1847. Peddie Inst. 1871; ord. Windsor 
Me., Nov. 23, 1871; p. Windsor, 1870-72; p. West Townsend, Mass. 
June 1874- Apr. 1877; East Longmeadow, Apr. 1877- Apr. 1881 
Palmer, July 1882- Apr. 1885 ; Anthonv, R. L, May 1885-Apr. 1890 
Rumney, N. H., Dec. 1890-Dec. 1899; Fairfax, Vt., Jan. 1900-Dec 
1905; North Hebron, N. J., Jan. 1906-13; Plainfield, N. H., 1913-19 
res. Lebanon, 1919-23. d. Lebanon, May 18, 1923. 

*Patrick Henry Murray. 1. (E.) 

b. Lynchburg, Va., Mar. 17, 1842. Conf ed. Army, 1861-65 ; ord. Lick- 
creek, W. Va., 1867; p. Spencer, and country chs., Sept. 1867-71; 
Buckhannon, June 1871-74; p. Boothsville, W. Va., Feb. 1876-86; 
St. Paris, O., 1886- June 1890; Valdosta, Ga., June 1890-95; Booths- 
ville, W. Va., July 1895- July 1914; ret. d. Flemington, W. Va., Apr. 
18, 1919. 




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*Edward Dutcher Noxon. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Lagrangeville, N. Y., 1843. ord. Cross River, N. Y., June 21, 1876; 
p. Cross River, 1876-80. d. Lagrangeville, June 6, 1880. 

* Joseph Henry Taylor. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. London, Eng., Nov. 26, 1842. C. L. I.; Hart T. S. 1871-72; ord. 
Blue Hill, Me., 1874; p. Blue Hill, 1874- July 1876; North Sedgwick, 
June 1877-Dec. 1883; w. c. Saco, 1884-86; Springfield, Mass.; Hills- 
boro, 0.; Cleveland; Bedford; Milan; Hillsboro, 0., in 1905. No 
further information. 

*Norman Bayard Wilson. 1. (E.) 

b. Aylesford, N. S., Sept. 23, 1841. W. A. 1870-71; ord. Rehoboth, 
Nov. 19, 1873; p. Rehoboth, July 1875; Ashland, Sept. 1875-Apr. 
1878; Georgetown, and Newton, N. H., Nov. 1878-Apr. 1881; Bald- 
winsville, Mass., 1881- June 1884; s. Quidnick, R. I., June 1884- Apr. 
1885; Rockport, Mass., Apr. 1885-Feb. 1886; p. Lonsdale, R. I., 1886- 
95; Branch Ave. ch., Providence, 1895-97; South Ferry ch., July 
1898- Apr. 1901; ret.; res. Narragansett, Green, Providence, d. 
Providence, Dec. 1, 1908. 

1875 

*JOHN HARRIS BARROWS. 3. Grad. 

b. Leeds, Me., Feb. 14, 1851. C. U. 1872; ord. Marblehead, Sept. 1, 
1875; p. Marblehead, Sept. 1875-1878; South Boston, Nov. 1878-Nov. 
1879; Marlboro, Apr. 1880-May 1883; Warren, Me., Oct. 1883-Aug. 
1887; Buckfield, Sept. 1887-Feb. 1889; Tenants Harbor, Mar. 1889- 
Nov. 1892; Yarmouthville, Dec. 1892-Mar. 1898; Brewer, Dec. 1898- 
Oct. 1903; Marblehead, Mass., Dec. 1903-May 1913; Bolton, June, 
1913-Aug. 1918; ret., res. Marblehead. d. Marblehead, Mar. 21, 1926. 

*BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BICKUM. 3. Grad. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Apr. 3, 1843. N. H. L. T. I. 1858-60; U. S. 
Army, Mar. 1862-May 1864; ord. North Haven, Me., Oct. 21, 1875 
p. North Haven, Oct. 1875-Sept. 1877; Liberty, Nov. 1877- June 1878 
left min. 1881; res. Derry, N. H.; in bus. Haverhill, Mass., 1885-1914 
res. Haverhill (Bradford Dist.). d. Bradford, Sept. 3, 1914. 

*WILLIAM CORNELIUS CARR. 3. Grad. 

b. Fall River, Mass., Dec. 13, 1848. Br. U. 1872; ord. Danielsonville, 
Conn., Nov. 11, 1875; p. Danielsonville, 1875-83, Hyde Park, 111., 
1883-87; Windsor, Vt., May 1887- Jan. 1889; Weedsport, N. Y., 1890- 
96; Union Hill, N. J., 1896-Nov. 1898; Broadalbin, N. Y., Nov. 1898- 
1902; Malone, Jan. 1903-May 1906; w. c. Glen Spey, in 1912; res. 
Albany, ca. 1915-35. d. Albany, Mar. 3, 1935. 

*ADONIRAM JUDSON CHANDLER. 

b. Chester, Vt., Mar. 12, 1845. Co. I, 9th Vt. Vols., 1864-65; M. U. 
1872; ord. North Troy, Vt., Dec. 1, 1875; p. North Troy, Sept. 1875- 
Sept. 1877; Shaftsbury, Jan. 1878-Apr. 1881; Clinton, Conn., Sept. 
1881- June 1885; Old Mystic, Sept. 1885-Sept. 1895; in bus. and occ. 
s., New London, 1896-1916 ; ret. d. New London, Apr. 6, 1926. 

*RICARDO PRAVIA CIFRE. 3. Grad. 

b. Madrid, Spain, Apr. 7, 1850. U. M. 1867; ord. Boston, Mass., 
June 10, 1875; miss. A. B. M. U., Barcelona, Spain, June 1875-Sept. 
1883. d. Las Vegas, New Mex., Mar. 28, 1894. 

*RICHARD STEERE COLWELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Hebronville, Mass., Mar. 19, 1848. Br. U. 1870; ord. Providence, 
R. I., June 11, 1875. p. Wanskuck, 1876-77; prof. Gr., D. U., 1877- 
1918; res. Granville, O. d. Granville, Mar. 12, 1918. D.D., Br. U. 
1891. 



116 Students — 1875 

*JOHN MAHAN ENGLISH. 3. Grad. 

b. Tullytown, Pa., Oct. 20, 1845. Br. U. 1870; tea. C. L. I., Suffield, 
Conn., 1870-72; tea. Gr. D. U., spg. 1874; ord. Trenton, N. J., July 
15, 1875; p. 1st ch., Gloucester, Mass., Aug. 1875-Mar. 1882; Dudley 
St. ch., Boston, Mar.-Sept. 1882; prof. Homil., Past. Dut., and Ch. 
Pol., N. T. I., 1882-90, Homil. and Past. Dut., 1890-1918; prof. era. 
1918-27; lee. A. T. S. 1895-96; lect. Hart. T. S., Oct. 1922- June 1923; 
res. Newton Centre, Mass. d. Newton Centre, Mav 17, 1927. D.D., 
Br. U. 1891. 

*THEODORE CLARENCE GLEASON. 2. Grad. 

b. Westboro, Mass., Nov. 29, 1848. H. U. 1871; ord. North Conway, 
N. H., Nov. 4, 1875; p. North Conway, Sept. 1875-Nov. 1879; East 
Jaffrey, Jan. 1880- June 1887; Branch Ave. ch., Providence, R. I., 
July 1887- June 1892; Allenton, Dec. 1892- Jan. 1898; Lonsdale, Feb. 
1898- June 1907; East Greenwich, Feb. 1908-Mar. 1919; act. p. Quid- 
nesset, Sept. 1919-Oct. 1920; No. Kingstown, Oct. 1920-25; res. East 
Greenwich, R. I. d. East Greenwich, Apr. 26, 1938. 

*BENJAMIN ALLEN GREENE. 3. Grad. 

b. Harrisville, R. I., Nov. 6, 1845. Br. U. 1872; ord. Cent, ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., June 11, 1875; p. Westboro, Mass., July 1875-Mar. 1882; 
Washington St. ch., Lynn, Apr. 1882-Feb. 1897; Evanston, 111., Mar. 
1897- June 1909; prof, and lee, U. Chic, July 1909-15. d. St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., May 12, 1915. D.D., Br. U. 1893. 

*ELIHU BURRITT HASKELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Guilford, Me., May 15, 1848. C. U. 1872; ord. Rockland, Me., Oct. 
5, 1875; p. Rockland, Sept. 1875- Aug. 1878; Sauk Centre, Minn., 
Sept. 1878- Apr. 1880; Fargo, N. D., Apr. 1880-Apr. 1883; Hope 
Valley, R. I., Apr. 1884- Apr. 1890; South ch., Worcester, Mass., 
June 1890- July 1893; act. p. Andover, Nov. 1893- Aug. 1894; far. 
Southbridge, Mar. 1895-1927. d. Sturbridge, Dec. 2, 1927. 

*CHARLES HENRY HICKOK. 3. Grad. 

b. Dunham, Canada East, Oct. 21, 1839. U. S. Army, 1861-65; Bost. 
U. 1867-69; ord. Southfield, now New Marlboro, Mass., Sept. 23, 1869; 
p. Southfield, 1869-Apr. 1871; Sterling, Apr. 1871-Apr. 1872; p. 
Montville, Conn., July 1875-78; Quincy Point, Mass., May 1878-80; 
West Harwich, Nov. 1880-Feb. 1884; Thompson, Conn., Feb. 1884- 
Feb. 1889; Sterling, Mar. 1890-94; s., res. Wakefield, Mass., 1894- 
1914. d. Wakefield, Nov. 11, 1914. 

*JOHN JOSIAH HOLBROOK. 3. Grad. 

b. Swanzey, N. H., Dec. 10, 1844. Br. U. 1872; not ord.; tea. C. A., 
1875-77; Keene, N. H., 1877-79; civ. eng. 1879-84. d. Keene, Mar. 

. 24,1884. 

*JOHN BENTON HOUSER. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, O., June 3, 1849. D. U. 1872; not ord.; lib. N. T. I. 1875- 
84; w. c. Boston; miss. Boston, 1894-1909. d. Boston, Dee. 25, 1909. 

*HOWARD ROGERS MITCHELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterville, Me., July 16, 1850. C. U. 1872; ord. Waterville, Me., 
July 25, 1875; p. Oskaloosa, la., June 1875-Oct. 1876; Pella, Oct. 
1876-Oct. 1878; Hinsdale, N. H., Apr. 1879-Sept. 1880; Conway, 
Mass., Oct. 1880-Oct. 1885; Huntington, Oct. 1885-Nov. 1888; North 
Uxbridge, Nov. 1888- Jan. 1891; Dover, Me., Jan. 1891-Oct. 1896; 
Livermore Falls, Dec. 1896- June 1898; w. c. and occ. s., Waterville, 
June 1898-1932; asst. ed. Waterville Mail, 1906-07; s. s. Athens and 
Harmony, May 1909-Apr. 1910; asst. ed. Waterville Morning Senti- 
nel, June 1917-30; s. s. Sidney, 1923-25; res. Waterville. d. Water- 
ville, Dec. 2, 1932. 



Students — 1875 117 

*WILLIAM ABRAM NEWCOMBE. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Martins, N. B., Oct. 12, 1848. Ac. C. 1870; ord. Hallowell, 
Me., Sept. 2, 1875; p. Hallowell, 1875-Feb. 1879; So. Berwick, Mar. 
1879-Oct. 1884; Thomaston, Nov. 1884-Nov. 1914; p. em., 1914-21. 
d. Thomaston, Feb. 18, 1921. D.D., Ac. U. 1902. 

*KNUT ARWID OSTERGREN. 3. Grad. 

b. Ringkarleby, Sweden, Sept. 15, 1848. U. 0. 1867; ord. Newton 
Centre, June 20, 1875; p. St. Paul, Minn., 1875-77; supt. imm. Swed. 
Bapt. into No. Wis.; org. chs. in Ogema, Wis., Westboro, Brannan, 
Ironwood, Mich., Ashland, Wis., Prentice, Rhinelander, 1877-90 ; State 
Cmnr. imm., Wis., 1879-84; ed. Swed. Bapt. period, and tea., 1890-97; 
org. and tea. night schs., Duluth, Minn. ; tea. and prin. Grand Marais 
Co. sch., Cook Co., 1893-97; ed. Duluth Posten, 1897-1912; res. 
Duluth, Minn. d. Duluth, Oct. 7, 1912. 

*JAMES LLOYD POWELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Llewellyn, Pa., Mar. 12, 1849. D. U. 1872; ord. Sinclairville, N. Y., 
June 1876; p. Sinclairville, 1875-78; Busti, 1879-82; Wauseon, O.; in 
bus., Bryan, 1883-98; Manchester, Tenn., 1898-1901; Charleroi and 
Monogahela, Pa., 1901-25. d. Monogahela, Jan. 1925. 

*THOMAS SMALLWOOD SAMSON. 2. Grad. 

b. Washington, D. C, Oct. 26, 1845. Col. C. 1864; U. T. S. 1871-73; 
ord. 1st ch., New York, N. Y., Apr. 24, 1873; p. Newton, Mass., May 
1873- Apr. 1880; Calvary ch., New Haven, Conn., Apr. 1880-Apr. 
1887; Delaware Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 1887-Dec. 1891; Free 
St. ch., Portland, Me., June 1893-Dec. 1897; res. New York, N. Y., 
1898-99; p. 1st ch., Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 1899-Oct. 
1915. d. Germantown, Oct. 8, 1915. D.D., Col. U. 1904. Son of 
G. W. Samson, class of 1843. 

*NATHAN CROSBY SAUNDERS. 3. Grad. 

b. Yarmouth, N. S., Feb. 7, 1839. Hort. A. 1864; ord. Newport, Vt., 
July 25, 1875 ; p. Newport, June 1875- Apr. 1880 ; Chelmsford, Mass., 
Sept. 1880-Apr. 1889; Johnson, Vt., May 1889-Mar. 1897; Meredith, 
N. H., Mar. 1897-Sept. 1903. d. Boston, Mass., Jan. 25, 1904. 

*WILLIAM EDWARD STEVENS. 3. Grad. 

b. Dayton, O., Feb. 25, 1849. D. U. 1872; ord. Cincinnati, O., Mar. 
6, 1876; p. Columbia ch., Cincinnati, Feb. 1876-Sept. 1899; Williams 
St. ch., Cincinnati, Dec. 1899-Nov. 1908; health failed; author; res. 
Fairfield, O. d. Osburn, O., Dec. 11, 1913. 

* ALFRED SWEETSTER STOWELL. 3. Grad. 

b. South Reading, now Wakefield, Mass., June 1, 1850. C. U. 1872; 
ord. Salem, N. H., Sept. 9, 1875; p. Salem, Aug. 1875-July 1880; 
Derry, Aug. 1880-Oct. 1889; Montville, Conn., Oct. 1889-Mar. 1896; 
Berlin, N. H., 1896-Apr. 1904; Bristol, R. I., May 1904-Feb. 1914; 
No. Egremont, Mass., Mar. 1914-Mar. 1915. d. No. Egremont, Mass., 
Mar. 7, 1915. 

*GEORGE SWAINHART. 3. Grad. 

b. near Shreve, O., Feb. 18, 1845. D. U. 1872; s. 1872-77; ord. Dun- 
cans Falls, O., June 14, 1877 ; p. Salt Creek and Duncans Falls, 1877- 
79; Ellsworth, Kans., Oct. 1879-July 1880; tea. and pr. Havensville, 
1880-84; Morgan, 1884-89; p. Morgan, 1889-94; tea. and pr. near 
Heber, Ark., 1896-97; res. East Union, O., 1897-98; tea. and pr. vie. 
Wooster, 1898-1907; Millbrook, 1907-10; ret.; res. Wooster, O., 1911- 
21; Kenmore; Akron, d. Akron, July 28, 1937. 

*JAMES PAUL THOMS. 3. Grad. 

b. Glasgow, Scot., Oct. 10, 1846. U. Chic. 1872; ord. Cambridgeport, 



118 Students — 1875 

June 23, 1875; p. Westfield, N. Y., Jan. 1876-79; Corning, Jan. 1879- 
80; Cazenovia, Mar. 1881-June 1884; Bradford, Pa., Aug. 1884-90; 
prin. Way. A., Beaver Dam, Wis., 1890-92; p. Pilgrim Temple, 
Chicago, 111., 1892-1909 ; supt. Cent. Bapt. Orphanage, Maywood, 111., 
1909-?; p. Emporia, Kans., Dec. 1915-Dec. 1917. d. Nov. 6, 1918. 
Ph.D., Syracuse U. 1889; LL.D., S. C. 1893. 

*HORACE WAYLAND TILDEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Chesterville, Me., Dec. 22, 1841. U. S. Army, 1863-66; C. U. 1872; 
ord. Augusta, Me., Sept. 1, 1875; p. Augusta, Sept. 1875- June 1884; 
Hyde Park, Mass., Sept. 1884- June 1889 ; Des Moines, la., Dec. 1889- 
July 1898; Jacksonville, 111., Nov. 1898-Sept. 1899; Livermore Falls, 
Me., Oct. 1899-Oct. 1903; Pierre, S. D., June 1904- June 1905; Dillon, 
Mont., Sept. 1905- July 1907; around the world trav., 1907-08; res. 
Pierre, S. D., 1908-10; p. Brookings, 1910-14; Dillon, Mont., 1915- 
16; author, d. Dillon, Mont., Oct. 11, 1916. D.D., C. U. 1892. 



*John C Andrews. 1. 

b. Woodstock, Me., Apr. 22, 1838. ord. Goodwin's Mills, Me., Mar. 
12, 1874; p. Goodwin's Mills, Oct. 1873-76; Wells, Oct. 1876-79; 
Harrison, Mar. 1880-83; w. c. Harrison, 1883-85; West Paris and 
Mechanic Falls, 1885-93; s. various chs., p. Provo City, Utah, Mar. 
1893-Sept. 1899; s. Sacramento, Calif., Oct. 1899-June 1901; Salt 
Lake City, Utah, Nov. 1901-May 1902; Murray, Nov. 1902-Nov. 1907; 
inv.; res. Salt Lake City, 1907-13; Los Angeles, Calif., 1913-20. d. 
Los Angeles, Sept. 1, 1920. 

*Orson Porter Bestor. 1. 

b. Suffield, Conn., Mar. 16, 1844. Priv. Co. D., 69th 111. Vols., June- 
Oct. 1862; Br. U. 1872; B. U. T. S. 1875-77; B. D. 1877; ord. Nepon- 
set, 111., Aug. 28, 1873; p. Neponset, June 1873- June 1875; Bristol, 
June 1875-May 1877; Dixon, Aug. 1877-Oct. 1882; Pullman, Nov. 
1882- Jan. 1884; Madison, Wis., Feb. 1884-Nov. 1888; Beloit, Jan. 
1889-Apr. 1893 ; asst. gen. miss., Wis., May-Sept. 1893 ; p. Evansville, 
Dec. 1893-Dec. 1898; Bay View ch., Milwaukee, Jan. 1899-Nov. 1903; 
Dundee, 111., Apr. 1904- Aug. 1907; LaMoille, Dec. 1907-May 1910; 
s. Prairieville, Mich., Jan. 1911-Apr. 1913; ret.; res. Kalamazoo, 
Mich, d. Kalamazoo, Dec. 12, 1922. 

*Theodore Widney Brotherton. 1. 

b. Piqua, O., May 29, 1847. 1st O. vol. cav., 1864-65; mil. p. m., 
Atlanta, Ga., 1865; O. Wes. U. 1868; law.; ord. Piqua, O., Sept. 16, 
1873; p. Piqua, 1873-74; prac. law, Wapakoneta, 1874-90; Los An- 
geles, Calif., 1890-1915 ; adm. to bar Calif., 1890 ; pres. Citizens Bank, 
Los Angeles, 1890-97; pres. Valley Railway Co., 1895-97; author. 
d. Los Angeles, Dec. 6, 1915. 

*David Read Coe. 2. 

b. Peterboro, N. Y., May 28, 1846. M. U. 1872; not ord.) asst. p. 
Framingham, Mass., Jan.-Sept. 1874; in bus. Utica, N. Y., 1876-83; 
Oneida, 1884-1902; Christ. Sci. prac, Oneida, 1904-23. d. Oneida, 
Sept. 16, 1923. 

*Jacob Albert Durkee. 1.5. 

b. Yarmouth, N. S., 1846. Ac. C. 1873 (N. T. 1. 1872-spg. 1873, 1875- 
76) ; ord. Milton, N. S., Oct. 23, 1873; p. Milton, 1873-76; Paradise, 
1876-77; Guelph, Ont.; Lockeport, N. S., 1881-83. d. Digby, Feb. 
15, 1884. 

*Sumner Abraham Ives. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Suffield, Conn., Oct. 21, 1839. Bridgewater Norm. Sch. ; tea. South 
Hadley, Mass., 1868-73; ord. 1st ch. Holyoke, Sept. 8, 1875; p. Alfred, 
Me., 1875-May 1884; Barnston, P. Q., June 1884-Dec. 1888; Thomp- 



Students — 1876 119 

son, Conn., Jan. 1889-Dec. 1897, Pinebluff, N. C, Dec. 1897-26. d. 

Pinebluff, Nov. 7, 1925. 
*James Henry Kidd. 2. 

b. 0. 1845. D. U. 1872; s. Raritan, 111., 1874-75. d. San Jose, Calif., 

Jan. 1876. 
*William Henry Randall. 1. 

b. Mystic, Conn., Aug. 23, 1840. Br. U. 1861, post grad. 1 yr. ; tea. 

Mystic, Conn., C. L. I., and Providence, R. I., 1865-70, 1871-73; trav. 

in Europe and Orient, 1870-71; ord. Hartford, Conn., Dec. 15, 1874; 

p. Windsor Ave. ch., Hartford, 1874-May 1876; Thompson, June 

1877-Nov. 1882; Saxton's River, Vt., Dec. 1882- July 1889; Penryn, 

Calif., May 1890-May 1893; South Riverside, Jan. 1894- June 1895; 

w. c. Riverside, 1895-1910. d. Riverside, Mar. 13, 1910. 
*Prentiss Mellen Woodman. 2. 

b. Auburn, Me., Oct. 29, 1846. Br. U. 1870; tut. Miss. C. 1870-77; 

not ord.; tea. Minneapolis, Minn., 1873-80; law. and publ. 1880-1925; 

res. Minneapolis, d. Minneapolis, Sept. 14, 1925. 

1876 

HENRY PHILLIPS COGSWELL. 3. Grad. 
b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 5, 1850. M. I. T. 1873; ord. Brocton, N. Y., 
Feb. 16, 1877; p. Brocton, 1876-78; health failed, left min.; res. 
Salem, Mass., 1879-1935; Wenham, 1935 — ; ad. Wenham, Mass. 

*HENRY MARTYN DEAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Morrisville, N. Y., Aug. 14, 1841. S. C, 3 yrs. ; ord. Odin, 111., Jan. 
23, 1869; p. Odin, June 1868-69; Manchester, la., July 1869-71; 
Garrattsville, N. Y., Apr. 1871-73; p. Dayton, O., Oct. 1876-78; s. 
Osterville, 6 mos. ; p. Hingham, Dec. 1878- June 1887; s. Neponset 
Ave. ch., Dorchester, Sept. 1887-Dec. 1888; asst. p. 1st ch., Cam- 
bridge, June 1890-91 ; sec. various assoc. for set. min. and s. chs., July 
1891-96; res. Readville, 1887-1917; adm. to bar, Apr. 1900; prac. law 
1900-17; author, asst. ed. Watchman, 1882-92. d. Readville, Sept. 10, 
1917. 

*ARTHUR WENTWORTH HAMILTON EATON. 3. Grad. 

b. Kentville, N. S., Dec. 10, 1849. Ac. C; H. U. 1880; lit. work and 
study, Cambridge and Boston, 1876-83; s. Holy Innocents' Epis. ch., 
Indianapolis, Ind., 1883-84; ord. dea. Indianapolis, June 8, 1884, pt. 
New York, N. Y., Apr. 26, 1885; asst. r. St. Mark's ch., New York; 
min. Stockbridge, Mass., 1884; min. Ch. of the Redeemer, Chestnut 
Hill, Mass., 1886-87; lit. work and pr., New York, N. Y., 1888-1907; 
Boston, 1907-37; author, d. Boston, July 11, 1937. D.C.L., Kings 
U., Canada, 1905. 

*JOSHUA TINSON EATON. 3. Grad. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., Feb. 7, 1840. Hort. A. 1867-70; ord. St. 
Stephen, N. B., Aug. 20, 1876; p. St. Stephen, Sept. 1876-Sept. 1879; 
Paradise, N. S., Sept. 1879-Aug. 1884; Ohio, Nov. 1884-Nov. 1886; 
Lawrencetown, Aug. 1887- Aug. 1894; Clementsport, Aug. 1894- Aug. 
1901; Weymouth, May 1901-Sept. 1906; Port La Tour, Nov. 1907- 
Aug. 1908; health failed, d. Billtown, Kings Co., June 27, 1911. 

*LEMUEL WILLIAMS FRINK. 3. Grad. 

b. Preston, Conn., Feb. 27, 1850. C. L. I.; ord. Hinsdale, N. H., Oct. 
20, 1876; p. Hinsdale, 1876-77; Moosup, Conn., Oct. 1877-79; Wick- 
ford, R. I., May 1879-Oct. 1883; Marlboro, Mass., Nov. 1883-85; 
Sharon, Jan. 1886- Apr. 1888; West Boylston, Oct. 1888- June 1891; 
North Tewksbury, Feb. 1892- Apr. 1894; w. c. Preston City, Conn., 



120 Students — 1876 

May 1894-96; s. Niantic, Oct. 1897-Mar. 1900; in bus. and occ. pr., 
Mar. 1900-21; res. Norwich, Nov. 1896-1921. d. Norwich, Mar. 17, 
1921. 

*EDWIN AYER HERRING. 3. Grad. 

b. Sangerville, Me., Dec. 31, 1849. Br. U. 1872; in bus. Haverhill, 
Mass., 1872-73, 1881-84; ord. Bellows Falls, Vt., Nov. 2, 1876; p. 
Bellows Falls, Oct. 1876-Sept. 1878; Peterboro, N. H., Aug. 1879- 
Jan. 1881; Ellsworth, Me., Mar. 1884- Apr. 1886; Brandon, Vt., May 
1886-Apr. 1897; 1st ch., East Providence, R. I., Aug. 1897-Oct. 1903; 
supt. fin. for R. I. Temp. League, Oct. 1903-May 1907; p. Danvers, 
Mass., May 1907-Nov. 1911; insur. bus., Seattle, Wash., Nov. 1911- 
Mar. 1921. d. Seattle, Mar. 6, 1921. 

*ELIAS MILES KEIRSTEAD. 3. Grad. 

b. Collina, N. B., Feb. 11, 1850. U. N. B. 1873; ord. Yarmouth, N. S., 
Dec. 5, 1876; p. Milton ch., Yarmouth, Sept. 1876-Sept. 1877; Wind- 
sor, Sept. 1877-Nov. 1882; prof. Eng. Lit. and Log., later Psy. and 
Mor. Phil., Ac. C, Aug. 1882- Aug. 1905; prof. Sys. Theol. andApol., 
McM. U., 1905-26 ; ed. cont. to rel. newsp. and lect. ; ret. ; res. Toronto, 
Ont. d. Kingston, Dec. 14, 1930. D.D., Ac. U. 1895; LL.D., St. 
Francis Xavier U., Antigonish, N. S., 1905. 

*OLIVER DENNETT KIMBALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., 1847. ord. Boston, June 18, 1876; p. Leominster, 
1876-83; West Newton, 1883- July 1888; elk. New York, N. Y., 1888- 
1912. d. New York, Mar. 29, 1912. 

*HORATIO MORROW. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Peter's Bay, P. E. I., Apr. 24, 1843. Ac. C. 1871; ord. Sack- 
ville, N. S., Nov. 11, 1871; p. Sackville, Nov. 1871- Apr. 1873; Truro, 
Apr.-Sept. 1873; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Jan. 1877-Sept. 
1905. d. Tavoy, Sept. 6, 1905. 

*FRANCIS WAYLAND RYDER. 3. Grad. 

b. Bristol, Vt., Nov. 17, 1848. U. V. M. 1873; ord. Rockport, Me., 
Aug. 30, 1876; p. Rockport, 1876-79; Belfast, 1879-81; East Green- 
wich, R. I., 1881-84; 1st ch., Newport, 1884-Mar. 1887; East Boston, 
Mass., Apr. 1887-Feb. 1891; 1st ch., Lawrence, Apr. 1891-Apr. 1895, 
Victor, Colo., 1895-98; in bus., Victor, 1898-1907. d. Savannah, Ga., 
Nov. 4, 1912. D.D., U. V. M. 1894. 

*ARVIN AUGUSTUS SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Richford, Vt., Sept. 8, 1840. Br. U. 1873; ord. Turner, Me., Jan. 
25, 1877; p. Turner, Dec. 1876-Dec. 1879; West Sumner, Jan. 1880- 
83; Yarmouth, 1883-86; 1st Mariner's ch., Boston, Mass., 1886-88; 
Petersham, Feb. 1888-Sept. 1890; prof. Theol., Shaw U., Raleigh, 
N. C., Oct. 1890-May 1893; p. Wilmington, Vt., June 1893- June 1897; 
s. Halifax, North Sunderland, New Braintree, Brookfield, Mass., 1897- 
1907 ; p. Sterling Hill, Conn., 1907-08 ; act. p. Westminster Cong, ch., 
So. Canterbury, 1908-Mar. 1913; res. Worcester, d. Worcester, Apr. 
6, 1923. 

*EDMUND CRAWLEY SPINNEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Wilmot, N. S., Mar. 27, 1845. Ac. C. 1868; H. U.; ord. Holmes- 
ville, V. B., Nov. 27, 1868; p. Holmesville; (N. T. 1. 1871-72; 1874-76) ; 
p. Pella, la., 1872-74; Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., June 1876- 
June 1880; Burlington, la., June 1880-84; pres. Burlington C, 1882- 
87; in South, 1887-89; in bus., Des Moines, la., Jan. 1889-1906; 
Chicago, 111., 1906-15; pres. Un. Life Ins. Co.; cor. several newsp.; 
assoc. ed. Western Pulpit, d. Chicago, Dec. 30, 1915. D.D., Cent. 
U. 1881. 



Students — 1876 121 

*THOMAS MEFFORD STEWART. 1. Grad. 

b. Dayton, 0., Aug. 27, 1847. S. C. 1873, theol. stud., 1873-75; prof. 

Gr., Calif. C, 1876-79; s. Los Angeles, 1879-80; prof. Gr. and act. 

pres., Ott. U., 1881-84; ord. Ottawa, Kans., 1885; p. Blackfoot, Idaho, 

and Eagle Rock, 1885-88; law. Blackfoot, 1888-90; Los Angeles, 

Calif., 1890-1920. d. Los Angeles, May 12, 1920. 
""ALEXANDER TURNBULL. 1. Grad. 

b. Montreal, Can., Jan. 31, 1852. U. T. 1873; Can. L. I. 1873-75; 

ord. Belleville, Ont., Jan. 1877; p. Belleville, Jan. 1877- Jan. 1883; 

Simcoe, Feb. 1883-May 1884; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Salida, Colo., 

May 1884-May 1890; p. Judson Mem. ch., Denver, May-Dec. 1890; 

gen. miss. A. B. H. M. S., Colo, and N. Mex., Dec. 1890-Oct. 1892; p. 

Olivet ch., Denver, Colo., Nov. 1892- July 1893; asst. cor. sec, A. B. 
'H. M. S., New York, N. Y., Aug. 1893-1908; act. p. Colorado City, 

Colo., Nov. 1908-?; Durango, July 1909- Apr. 1910; North Egremont, 

Mass., 1910-July 1913. d. Pittsfield, July 4, 1913. 



George Douglas Brewerton. 3. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Newport, R. L, ca. 1848. No further information. 
^Leonard Smith Brown. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Waterford, Conn., Dec. 18, 1832. C. L. L; ord. Sterling, Conn., 
1877; p. Sterling, Apr. 1877- June 1881; Tolland, July 1881-83; West- 
ford, 1884-90; Block Island, R. I., 1890-95. d. New Shoreham, R. I., 
Nov. 30, 1895. 

*William Kendrick Dean. 1. 

b. Morrisville, N. Y., July 1, 1846. S. C. ; ord. Fitzwilliam, N. H., 
1876; p. Fitzwilliam, 1876-77; Rainbow, Conn., 1877-79; Southwick, 
Mass., 1879-81. d. Westfield, Sept. 5, 1883. 

*John Alexander Gordon. 1. (E.) 

b. Uigg, P. E. I., June 24, 1846. Ac. C. 1872-73; ord. Cape Wolfe, 
P. E. I., Oct. 8, 1875; p. Cape Wolfe, Oct. 1875-Sept. 1876; East 
Point, Sept. 1876-Sept. 1880; Milton ch., Yarmouth, N. S., Oct. 1880- 
Sept. 1885; Leinster St. ch., St. John, N. B., Oct. 1885-Mar. 1888; 
gen. supt. Un. Bapt. S., N. B., Oct. 1888-Mar. 1889; p. Charlottetown, 
P. E. L, Apr. 1889- July 1893; Main St. ch., St. John, N. B., Aug. 
1893-Sept. 1899; 1st ch., Montreal, P. Q., Sept. 1899-Aug. 1913; prof. 
Practical Theol., Brandon C, Sept. 1913-?; author; cont. to press; 
res. Brandon, Manit. d. Montreal, P. Q., Feb. 15, 1933. D.D., Ac. 
U. 1904. 

* Joseph Freeman Kempton. 2. 

b. Kempt, N. S., Jan. 30, 1835. Ac. C. 1862; ord. Mira, C. B., June 
5, 1864; p. Mira, 1862-66; Sydney, 1862-64; Margarie, Apr. 1866- 
June 1869; Billtown, N. S., June 1869-73; p. Sussex, N. B., 1875-77; 
Parrsboro, N. S., 1877-81; Freeport, 1881-83; Chester, 1883-87; 
Hopewell, N. B., 1887-89. d. St. John, Oct. 5, 1889. 

*Micajah Bunting Laning. 2. (E.) 

b. Bordentown, N. J., Sept. 29, 1839. ord. Yardleyville, Pa., May 25, 
1861; p. and miss, to Adv. people, Elk Co., Pa., New York, N. Y., 
Vt., No. N. Y., Newburyport, Mass., 1861-71; p. Bapt. ch., Stratham, 
N. H., 1872-75; p. Cherryville, N. J., Oct. 1876-Mar. 1881; Sandy 
Ridge, Apr. 1881-Sept. 1885; miss. Blair, Centre, and Bedford Cos., 
Pa., Oct. 1885-Mar. 1893; p. Tunnelton, Pa., Mar. 1896-Dec. 1900; s. 
in Wash, and Calif., 1901-05; in Pa., 1906-08; Messiah's ch., Adv., 
Trenton, N. J., Jan. 1909-13. d. Germantown, June 30, 1913. 

*Ross Matthewes. 1. 

b. Ballinasloe, Ire., July 5, 1841. M. U. 1872; M. U. T. S. 1874-76; 
ord. Port Byron, N. Y., 1877 ; p. Port Byron, 1876-78 ; Lancaster, Pa., 



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1878-81; Fabius, N. Y., 1882-84; Lonsdale, R. L, 1884-87; Boonville, 
N. Y., 1887-Dec. 1888; Wilson, 1888-91; Marengo, 111., 1891-96; Paw 
Paw, Mich., 1896-1900; Salem, 0., 1900-04; Castile, N. Y., 1904-09; 
Westport, N. Y., 1909-13; Rochester, 1913-24; Boston, Mass., 1924- 
26. d. Ocean Grove, N. J., June 12, 1926. 
*Oscar Dwight Thomas. 3. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Huntington, Mass., Feb. 19, 1845. ord. West Springfield, June 
28, 1876; p. West Springfield, June 1876-Nov. 1878; Brockton, Dec. 
1878-Oct. 1886; supt. Mass. Conv. ev. work, Nov. 1886-Sept. 1890; 
ind. ev. Oct. 1890-1914; stud. M. A. C, 1914-15; p. West Sutton, July 
1915-17; Carver, 1917-18; res. Carver; Deerfield, N. H. d. Brook- 
line, Jan. 23, 1924. 
William Stevens Tucker. 1. (E.) 
b. Plymouth, Eng., Aug. 6, 1844. ord. Hopkinton, N. H., Sept. 28, 
1875; p. Hopkinton, 1875-79; Epis. min. Wolfboro, 1879-80; stud. 
Inst, of Sci., Minneapolis, Minn., 1881-83; tea. Ind. C. and prof. Indi- 
anapolis U., 1883-88; ed. Commercial Current, Indianapolis, Ind., 2 
yrs. ; trav. and lect. 1891-92; stu. and tea. in 111., Ala., and Miss., 
1892-96; 1896-97; man. Insur. Co., 1897-?; res. Atlanta, Ga., in 1898. 
No further information. 

1877 

*JAMES PERCIVAL ABBOTT. 3. Grad. 

b. Woonsocket, R. I., Dec. 8, 1846. Br. U. 1874; ord. Medford, Dec. 
19, 1877; p. Medford, Dec. 1877- Apr. 1898; Oshkosh, Wis., Feb. 1899- 
Oct. 1906 ; Rockford, 111., and s. several Chicago churches, Feb. 1907- 
13; tea. No. Bapt. T. S., Chicago, 1913-22; res. Pasadena, Calif, d. 
Pasadena, Feb. 3, 1926. D.D., Temple C, Philadelphia, Pa., 1898. 

*THOMAS DAVIS ANDERSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., Feb. 26, 1853. Br. U. 1874; ord. Portland, Me., 
Nov. 22, 1877; p. 1st ch., Portland, Nov. 1877-Oct. 1882; 7th ch., 
Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1882-Oct. 1887; Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., Oct. 
1887-Sept. 1902; Em. ch., Albany, N. Y., Sept. 1902-Sept. 1910; res. 
Brookline, Mass., Sept. 1910-June 1920; s. s. Cent, ch., Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 1910-Feb. 1911; 1st ch., Fall River, Mass., Feb.-June, 
1914; Taunton, Mass., Nov. 1914- June 1915; author; ret. d. Provi- 
dence, R. L, Nov. 11, 1928. D.D., Br. U. 1894. Son of T. D. Ander- 
son, class of 1841. 

*WILLIAM CHARLES CRAIGIE. 3. Grad. 

b. North Cambridge, Mass., 1844. Br. U. 1874; health failed; res. 
Woburn. d. Nov. 1889. 

*GEORGE EDWIN LEESON. 3. Grad. 

b. Pittsfield, Mass., July 25, 1845. U. S. Army, in civ. war; Br. U. 
1874; ord. Framingham, June 29, 1877; p. Framingham, June 1877- 
Aug. 1881. d. Framingham, Aug. 20, 1881. 

*LOUIS ATHERTON POPE. 3. Grad. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Oct. 6, 1852. Br. U. 1874; ord. Mansfield, Aug.. 
31, 1877; p. Mansfield, 1877-Oct. 1879; Phenix, R. I., July 1880-Feb. 
1884; Warren, Mar. 1884-89; Newburyport, Mass., May 1889- Jan. 
1901. d. Newburyport, Aug. 20, 1903. 

*JOHN WHITE PRIMM. 3. Grad. 

b. Belleville, 111., Nov. 17, 1848. S. C. 1874; ord. Atlanta, HI., Oct. 
16, 1877; p. Atlanta, Sept. 1877-Apr. 1882; Lincoln, May 1882-Sept. 
1883; Citra, Fla., Jan.-Aug. 1884; Carrollton, 111., Sept. 1885-Aug. 
1891; Urbana, Nov. 1891-Oct. 1892; Carlinville, Nov. 1892- Aug. 1895; 



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insur. bus. and s., res. Springfield, 1895-1905; miss. p. Urbana, 1905- 
11. d. Champaign, 111., Apr. 16, 1913. 

*GEORGE DARIUS REID. 2. Grad. 

b. Suffield, Conn., July 11, 1849. Y. C. 1874; Y. D. S., 1874-75; ord. 
Suffield, Conn., Nov. 21, 1877; p. Edgartown, Mass., Dec. 1877-Dec. 
1880; Orange, Jan. 1881- Jan. 1890; Deep River, Conn., Jan. 1890- 
Apr. 1895; Bridgeport, Jan. 1896-Feb. 1901; Shelton, Nov. 1904- 
May 1913; ret. ; res. Hartford, d. Hartford, Nov. 1, 1919. 

*JOSEPH SKINNER SWAIM. 3. Grad. 

b. Worcester, Mass., May 2, 1851. H. U. 1873; ord. Cambridge, Oct. 
15, 1877; p. Claremont, N. H., Oct. 1877- Jan. 1883; Un. ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., Feb. 1883-Feb. 1887; 1st ch., Binghamton, N. Y., Feb. 
1887-90; 1st ch., New Bedford, Mass., 1890-1904; ed. The Watchman, 
1904-14; res. Cambridge, d. Brookline, Dec. 6, 1918. Son of S. B. 
Swaim, class of 1833. 

*HENRY WILBERFORCE TATE. 3. Grad. 

b. Leyden, Mass., Sept. 10, 1847. U. Chic. 1869-73; S. C. 1873-74; 
ord. Suncook, N. H., Aug. 8, 1877; p. Suncook, June 1877-Nov. 1882; 
Milford, Nov. 1882-87; Tiverton, R. I., Dec. 1887-May 1890 ; Fremont, 
Nebr., May 1890-Nov. 1895; Chariton, la., Nov. 1895-Sept. 1898; 
Streator, 111., Sept. 1898-Nov. 1905; in bus.; res. Evanston. d. Hot 
Springs, Ark., Apr. 17, 1929. Ph.D., Cent. U. 1898; D.D., Cent. U. 
1901. 

*GEORGE EDWARD TUFTS. 3. Grad. 

b. New Albany, N. S., 1840. Ac. C. 1866; tea. in A., Burdick, C. B., 
Fredericton, N. B. ; ord. West Waterville, now Oakland, Me., July 
1877; p. West Waterville, June 1877-Nov. 1878; Dover, June 1879- 
Nov. 1880; Ottumwa, la., Nov. 1880-Sept. 1881; Belfast, Me., Dec. 
1881-Sept. 1890 ; Brunswick, Sept. 1890-Nov. 1891 ; travl. in Europe, 
1892; miss, rural chs., Waldo Co., Me., 1893-95; p. Islesboro, Dec. 
1895-1905; res. Islesboro, and Wolfville, N. S.; cont. to Appleton's 
Encyclopedia and Encyclopaedia Britannica. d. Wolfville, May 29, 
1908. 

*ALBERT GEORGE UPHAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Weston, Mass., Dec. 28, 1850. Br. U. 1874; ord. Southbridge, July 
31, 1877; p. Southbridge, Aug. 1877-Nov. 1883; Olivet ch., Montreal, 
P. Q., Dec. 1883- June 1892; Cleveland, O., Sept. 1892- Aug. 1897; 
Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Mass., Feb. 1898-Dec. 1901; 1st ch., Fall 
River, Feb. 1902-Mar. 1907. d. Waverley, July 20, 1908. D.D., 
D. U. 1894. 

♦CORNELIUS NEWTON WESTER. 2. Grad. 

b. near Holden, Mo., Dec. 20, 1849. W. J. C. 1875; ord. Post Oak 
ch., Johnson Co., Mo., 1874; p. Holden, 1877-78; Park Ave. ch., St. 
Louis, 1878-80; Holden, 1880-81; Independence, 1881-82; Fairville, 
1882-84; Em. ch., Kansas City, Oct. 1884-90; Princeton, 1890-91; 
Nevada, 1891-94; Poplar Bluff, 1894-96; Fairville, 1896-98; s. Fort 
Collins, Colo., a few mos. to Dec. 1898; p. Longmont, May, 1899- 
July 1905; Colorado Springs, July 1905- June 1906; Lake Ave. ch., 
Pueblo, June 1906-Apr. 1911; Weiser, Idaho, Apr. 1911-July 1913; 
Sunland, Calif., 1914-19; ret.; res. Pasadena, d. Pasadena, Apr. 17, 
1936. 

*CHARLES EMERSON YOUNG. 3. Grad. 

b. Corinna, Me., Dec. 2, 1846. C. U. 1874; ord. Mt. Vernon, Me., 
Sept. 19, 1877; p. Mt. Vernon, 1877-Sept. 1881; Caribou, Oct. 1881- 



124 Students — 1877 

92; miss. Me. Bapt. Miss. Conv., Nov. 1892-Oct. 1919; p. Hallowell, 
Oct. 1919-?; res. Hallowell. d. Bangor, Oct. 16, 1935. 



*Edward Hammond Brooks. 1. 

6. Townsend, Mass., Mar. 9, 1849. Kal. C. 1874 (N. T. I. 1875-76) ; 
B. U. T. S. 1874-75; 1881-83; ord. Tremont Temple ch., Boston, Mass., 
June 11, 1876; p. Cassopolis, Mich., July 1876-Sept. 1878; Lapeer, 
Sept. 1878- July 1879; Crown Point, Ind., Sept. 1879-Apr. 1883; 
Grand Rapids, Mich., July 1883-June 1889; Aurora, 111., May 1890- 
Mar. 1895; East Los Angeles, Calif., Jan. 1886-99; Long Beach, 1899- 
1901; Oxnard, 1905-06; Figuroa St. ch., Los Angeles, 1906-08; res. 
Los Angeles, d. Los Angeles, Feb. 6, 1932. 

*Edward Augustus Capen. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 19, 1844. H. U. 1866; in bus. 1866-75; ord. 
Watertown, Nov. 15, 1877; p. Watertown, 1877-Dec. 1900; travl. 
1901; p. North Tonawanda, N. Y., Apr. 1902-Feb. 1905. d. North 
Tonawanda, Feb. 4, 1905. 

*George Washburn Fuller. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Needham, Mass., July 11, 1846. ord. West Sumner, Me., June 10, 
1870; p. North Paris and West Sumner, 1869-72; Jay, 1872-75; p. 
Chicopee, June 1877-Mar. 1880; Hyannis, Apr. 1880-Mar. 1888; Win- 
throp, Apr. 1888-95; Cottage City, 1895-97; res. Winthrop, 1897- 
1902; s. s. Trin. ch., East Boston, Mass. 1899-May 1900; Cottage City, 
June 1900-Apr. 1902; res. Lexington, 1902-07; Lowell, 1907-10; Lex- 
ington, 1910-13. d. Lexington, May 8, 1913. 

*Ephraim Hapgood. 1. 

b. West Acton, Mass., Oct. 22, 1848. Br. U. 1874; ord. South Wind- 
ham, Vt., Oct. 21, 1875; p. South Windham, Feb. 1875- June 1878; 
Seward, Neb., June 1878-80 ; David City and other places, Butler Co., 
1881-83; South Hanson, Mass., Apr. 1884-85; agt. Mass. Total Absti- 
nence Soc, Sept. 1886-1919; ret. d. Newton Highlands, Apr. 15, 
1922. 

*Adoniram Judson Hopkins. 2. 

b. Jefferson, Me., May 24, 1847. H. U. 1874; ord. Dunbarton, N. H., 
Sept. 27, 1876 p. Dunbarton, 1876-Oct. 1879 ; Hopkinton, Oct. 1879- 
Sept. 1883; Franklin Falls, Oct. 1883-Oct. 1886; Georgetown, Mass., 
Dec. 1887-Mar. 1891; North Uxbridge, Mar. 1891-Feb. 1906; Per- 
kinsville, Vt., Aug. 1906-July 1924. d. Perkinsville, Vt., July 24, 
1924. 
* Julius Adelbert Leavitt. 1. (E.) 

b. Gouverneur, N. Y., Mar. 4, 1852. Br. U. 1875; ord. Grafton, Vt., 
June 24, 1876; p. Grafton, 1876-77; Essex, 1877-80; Beloit, Kans., 
1880-82; Leavenworth, 1882-84; State S. S. miss, for 111., Jan. 1885- 
90; pres. Ewing C, 1890-1911; State supt. Soc. of Friendless for 
Nebr., 1911-25; author, d. Lincoln, Nebr., Apr. 3, 1925. D.D., La 
Gr. C. 1895; F. R. G. S. 1901; LL.D., Ewing C. 1903. 

*Eusebe Leger. 2. 

b. St. Timothee, Can., Dec. 11, 1845. Grande Ligne Sch., P. Q., 1861- 
64; ord. Waterville, Me., 1876; miss, to French, Waterville, July 1875- 
81; Fall River, Mass., 1881-82; Pawtucket, R. I., 1882-83; Woon- 
socket, 1883-86; Waterville, Me., 1886-88, Holyoke, Mass., 1888-93; 
Lynn, 1893-94; Skowhegan, Me., Lewiston, and Biddeford, 1895-97; 
serv. with Gosp. carriage, Worcester Assoc, Mass., 1897; S. S. work, 
Worcester, 1897-1900; in bus., Worcester, 1900-?; res. Augusta, Me. 
d. Augusta, Me., Nov. 21, 1917. 
*John Anderson McLean. 2. 

b. Orwell, P. E. I., Nov. 1, 1840. N. T. I. 1874-76; ord. Pine Grove, 



Students — 1878 125 

N. S., Apr. 30, 1874; p. Pine Grove, 1874-76; Falmouth, June 1876- 
June 1878; Newport, June 1878-June 1879; ev. Hants Co., 1878-79; 
p. Hillsburgh, June 1879-Mar. 1882; Parrsboro, Oct. 1882-Dec. 1884; 
Hantsport, Dec. 1884- Apr. 1887. d. Hantsport, Apr. 2, 1887. 

"William Marcellus Mick. 2. 

6. Buckhannon, W. Va., May 22, 1848; U. S. Army, 1863-65; ed. and 
publ. Buckhannon Delta, 1869; Mt. Union C, Mt. Union, 0., 1872; 
ord. Windsor, Vt., Sept. 27, 1876; p. Windsor, Sept. 1876-May 1880; 
Lambertville, N. J., May 1880-Sept. 1884; Jefferson St. ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., Sept. 1884- Apr. 1887; 1st ch., Waltham, Mass., Feb. 
1888-Dec. 1891: occ. s. 1891-1930; in bus.; res. Newton Centre, 1891- 
1934. d. Newton Centre, June 28, 1934. 

*Otis Osgood Ordway. 2. 

b. Hamilton, Mass., Oct. 30, 1845. Br. U. 1874; ord. Farmington, 
Me., June 13, 1876; s. Farmington, 1876-77; p. Nobleboro, Oct. 1877- 
Apr. 1881; Cooper's Mills, May 1881- Jan. 1884; Nobleboro, Jan.-Apr. 
1884; Hammonton, N. J., Dec. 1885-Dec. 1886; East Haverhill, Mass., 
Feb. 1887- July 1894; 1st ch., Middleboro, 1895-97; w. c. South Brain- 
tree, Mass., 1898-1901; p. Sheldonville, 1901-07; 1st ch., Marshfield, 
Nov. 1907- July 1915; res. Centre Sandwich, N. H., Aug. 1915-16. 
d. Centre Sandwich, Aug. 11, 1916. 

*George Theron Raymond. 2. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., Mar. 28, 1849. Br. U. ; ord. Moosup, Conn., Feb. 
1, 1872; p. North Tewksbury, Mass., June 1876-Oct. 1878; Utica, 111., 
Jan. 1879-Sept. 1880; Fisherville, now Penacoock, N. H., Jan. 1881- 
June 1883; in bus., 1883-88; p. Montpelier, Vt., Oct. 1888-July 1891; 
Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., July 1891-94; 1st ch., Gloucester, 1894- 
Feb. 1897; fruit grower, 1897-1932; author; res. Owanita, Fla. d. 
June 17, 1932. 

* James Gardiner Ross. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Nantucket, Mass., Sept. 24, 1843. ord. New Haven, Conn., Mar. 6, 
1878; p. Im. ch., New Haven, 1878-Sept. 1884; Bethel ch., Jackson- 
ville, Fla., 1885-90, Trinity ch., 1890-98; 1st ch., Nashville, Tenn., 
1898; Central ch., Wilmington, N. C, 1899; Ebenezer ch., Pittsburg, 
Pa., Oct. 1899-?; Trinity ch., Jacksonville, Fla., Sept. 1902-09: Ma- 
honing Ave. ch., Youngstown, O., 1909; Zion ch., Xenia, July 1910-?; 
Jacksonville, Fla.; Y. M. C. A. sec. with A. E. F., 1917-19; served 
Fla. state bd. of health several years, d. Jacksonville, Feb. 6, 1932. 

*Gaylord Beecher Smith. 2. 

b. Essex, N. Y., Oct. 5, 1845. U. S. Army, Dec. 1863-June 1865; 
U. V. M. 1874; ord. Plainfield, N. H., June 26, 1877; p. Plainfield, 
1877-81; South Lyndeboro, Sept. 1881- Jan. 1886; Jamestown, R. L, 
Feb. 1886-95; far. Wrentham, Mass., 1895-1905. d. Wrentham, Feb. 
Feb. 5, 1905. 

*Joseph Horner Wilson. 1. 

b. Centreville, O., Oct. 25, 1840. D. U. 1871; ord. Jonah's Run ch., 
O., Dec. 28, 1876; p. Jonah's Run ch., Aug. 1876-Mar. 1884; Centre- 
ville, Oct. 1878-spg. 1884; health failed; occ. pr., O. and Minn. d. 
Minneapolis, Oct. 17, 1887. 

1878 

*FRANCIS SHELDON BACON. 3. Grad. 

b. Deerfield, Mass., Nov. 30, 1842. ord. Hudson, June 26, 1878; p. 
Hudson, 1878-Sept. 1887; Marblehead, Oct. 1887-Dec. 1891; People's 
ch., Manchester, N. H., Jan. 1892- June 1990; Danielson, Conn., May 
1901-Apr. 1903. d. Dorchester, Mass., Jan. 16, 1905. 



126 Students — 1878 

*GEORGE NELSON BALLENTINE. 3. Grad. 

b. Wilmont, N. S., Aug. 25, 1848. Ac. C. 2 yrs.; ord. North Brook- 
field, N. S., Oct. 3, 1872; p. North Brookfield, June 1872-Sept. 1875; 
p. Maitland, N. S., June 1878-June 1880; Woodstock, N. B., June 
1880-Feb. 1886-Groton, Conn., Feb. 1886-Sept. 1890; Union Sq. ch., 
San Francisco, Calif., Oct. 1890-Oct. 1891 ; lect. ; supt. Crittenden 
miss., Sacramento, 7 mos. ; p. Oakland, Sept. 1892- July 1893 ; Wheat- 
land, Sept. 1893- June 1894; act. p. ind. ch., North Attleboro, Mass., 
Sept. 1894-Sept. 1899; p. Mendota, 111., Nov. 1899- June 1902; Fort 
Madison, la., June 1902-Mar. 1903; Selma, Calif., June 1903-July 
1905; Modesto, July 1905- July 1907; Penryn, Oct. 1908-Jan. 1910; 
Redding, Apr. 1910-May 1911; Lompoc, 1911-1912; Oceanside, Oct. 
1912-Oct. 1913; La Mesa, Sept. 1916- Jan. 1918; ret.; res. Glendale, 
Calif, d. Glendale, May 27, 1927. 

*LEMUEL CALL BARNES. 3. Grad. 

b. Kirtland, O., Nov. 6, 1854. Kal. C. 1875; ord. Kalamazoo, Mich., 
June 30, 1878; s. Greenville, N. H., Aug.-Oct. 1878; p. St. Paul, 
Minn., Nov. 1878- July 1882; 4th Ave. ch., Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 1882- 
Oct. 1887; Newton Centre, Mass., Nov. 1887-May 1893; 4th Ave. ch., 
Pittsburgh, Pa., June 1893-Oct. 1902; 1st ch., Worcester, Mass., Nov. 
1902-Mar. 1908; field sec. A. B. H. M. S., Apr. 1908-18; sec. dept. 
English-speaking and Indian miss. 1918-24; author; res. Yonkers, 
N. Y. d. Yonkers, July 18, 1938. D.D., Kal. C. and Bu. U. 1896. 

*CHARLES WARREN CURRIER. 2. Grad. 

b. Lowell, Mass., Dec. 21, 1842. D. U. 1874; ord. Xenia, O., Jan. 16, 
1879; p. Xenia, 1879-Oct. 1887; 1st ch., Winfield, Kans., Nov. 1887- 
Apr. 1889. d. Winfield, Apr. 17, 1889. 

^LEONARD ALFRED FREEMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Wellington, N. S., Oct. 17, 1850. Taylor U. 1901; ord. Buckfield, 
Me., Aug. 21, 1878; p. Buckfield, Aug. 1878-July 1880; Brunswick, 
Aug. 1880-Sept. 1883; Leominster, Mass., Nov. 1883-86; Mt. Wash- 
ington ch., Haverhill, Sept. 1886-Nov. 1894; Orange, Dec. 1894-Mar. 
1904; in bus., Haverhill, Apr. 1904-Mar. 1905; p. Dedham, Mar. 1905- 
June 1911; s. s. Trinity ch., Arlington, Oct. 1912-13; author; res. 
Reading, Mass. d. Reading, Jan. 10, 1916. Ph. D., and D. D., Tay- 
lor U. 1903. 

*GEORGE EDWARD GOOD. 3. Grad. 

b. Jacksonville, N. B., Aug. 22, 1843. Ac. C. 1875; ord. Sackville, 
N. B., Nov. 29, 1878; p. 2d ch., Sackville, 1878-82; Annapolis, N. S., 
Feb. 1882- Aug. 1884; Hampton, N. B., Aug. 1884-86; St. George, 
1886-89; Woodland, Calif., 1889-91; Nanaimo, B. C, 1891-94; health 
failed; w. c. Innisfail, Alta., Can., 1894-1904. d. Innisfail, Feb. 12, 
1904. D.D., Natl. U., Chicago, 111., 1890. 

*DANIEL FORD RICHARDSON HERRICK. 3. Grad. 

b. Rumney, N. H., Jan. 10, 1852. D. C. 1873; ord. Troy, N. H., Mar. 
18, 1879; p. Troy, 1878-79, 6 mos. in 1892; health failed in 1879; rep. 
N. H. leg., 1895-1896; w. c. Troy, 1879-1916. d. Troy, Jan. 26, 1916. 

*NELSON BISHOP JONES. 3. Grad. 

b. Prescott, Mass., Nov. 12, 1848. Br. U. 1875; ord. Canton, July 10, 
1879; p. Canton, June 1879-Sept. 1881; East Boston, Sept. 1881-Feb. 
1890; Reading, Dec. 1890-Dec. 1893; s. Franklin and other chs., 1894- 
95; p. Mattapan, 1896-99; s. various chs., 1900-04; p. 2d ch., Cam- 
bridge, 1904-05; act. p. and s. various chs., res. Roslindale, 1906-22; 
Hingham, 1922-35. d. Hingham, Mar. 29, 1935. 

*CHARLES HOLMES MARTELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Sydney, C. B., Dec. 4, 1847. Ac. C. 1875; ord. Onslow, N. S., Sept. 
11, 1878; p. Onslow, June 1878- Apr. 1888; Fairville, N. B., Apr. 



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1888- June 1894; Canard, N. S., June 1894-May 1901; Great Village, 
Mav 1901-Dec. 1903; Pleasant Valley, Jan. 1904-Dec. 1905; Clements- 
vale, Jan. 1906-Oct. 1908; Ohio, Yarmouth Co., Oct. 1908-10; Little 
River, Jan. 1911-Apr. 1912; ret. because of sickness; s. Sydney, 
1913; Port Hilford, 1914; Boydston, 1915; Antigonish, 1916- June, 
1920 ; ret. d. Wolf ville, May 31, 1928. 

*GEORGE LAMARTINE MASON. 3. Grad. 

b. Sunbury, 0., June 28, 1848. D. U. 1875; ord. Fall River, July 7, 
1877; p. 3d ch., Fall River, July 1877- June 1880; miss. A. B. M. IL, 
Ningpo, China, Dec. 1880-Oct. 1884; Shaohing, Nov. 1884-Nov. 1886 
Hangchow, Nov. 1886-Mar. 1888; Huchau, Mar. 1888- Jan. 1899; min 
in Christ. Catholic Ch., Chicago, 111., Cincinnati, O., and New York 
N. Y., June 1899-Aug. 1906; re-entered Bapt. min., Nov. 1906; p 
Westminster, Mass., Mar. 1908-July 1909; w. c. Watertown, Sept 
1909-May 1911 ; p. Free Bapt. ch., Squam Bridge, Holderness, N. H. 
June 1911-1913; author, d. Westboro, Mass., Feb. 12, 1914. 

*GEORGE CARTER PECK. 3. Grad. 

b. Mason City, 111., Jan. 3, 1849. S. C. 1875; ord. Strawberry Point, 
la., Feb. 19, 1879; p. Strawberry Point, Nov. 1878-Oct. 1879; Mason 
City, 111., Oct. 1879-May 1886; Winterset, la., May 1886-Oct. 1891; 
Omaha, Nebr., Oct. 1891-Sept. 1893; Indianola, la., Sept. 1893-May 
1899; Pella, Mar. 1900-Apr. 1905; Rosedale, Kans., Apr. 1905-?; 
Eldon, Mo., 1915-1 d. Eldon, Mo., July, 1919. 

*EDWARD ANDREW READ. 3. Grad. 

b. Norton, Mass., Apr. 27, 1852. C. U. 1875; ord. Readsboro, Vt., 
May 14, 1879; p. Readsboro, Jan. 1879-Apr. 1881; Needham, Mass., 
1881-June 1883; Clermontville, O., 1883; tea. Gr., Clermont A., 1883- 
1887; p. Amelia, June 1887- June 1889; Wauseon, July 1889-Dec. 
1892; Wooster, Feb. 1893-Oct. 1896; 3d St. ch., Dayton, O., Aug. 
1897- June 1900; Martins Ferry, O., Nov. 1900-Sept. 1906; field sec. 
B. Y. P. U. of Ohio, Sept. 1906-July 1907, gen. sec, July 1907-Sept. 
1909; gen. sec. y. p. dept., O. Bapt. Conv., Oct. 1909-Dec. 1910; field 
sec. B. Y. P. U. of America, Jan. -June 1911; p. Sinking Creek ch., 
Springfield, O., 1912-1916; tea. Bacone Indian College, Mar.-May 
1919; res. Muskogee, Okla., Glendale, Calif.; Los Angeles; Pasadena. 
d. Pasadena, May 21, 1941. D.D., O. Northern U. 1910. 

*SAMUEL AUSTIN READ. 3. Grad. 

b. Scituate, R. I., Sept. 19, 1850. C. U. 1875; ord. North Stratford, 
N. H., Oct. 9, 1878; p. North Stratford, July 1878-80; act. p. West 
Brattleboro, Vt., 1880-81; p. Burke, N. Y., and Chateaugay, Mar. 
1882-83; Passumpsic, Vt., Apr. 1883-Nov. 1885; Fiskdale, Mass., Nov. 
1885-Nov. 1889; Agawam, Nov. 1889-Mar. 1899; miss, work, Spring- 
field, Apr. 1899- July 1900; p. Carlisle Chapel, Springfield, July 1900- 
Sept. 1910; occ. s., Sept. 1910-1913; res. Springfield, Mass. d. 
Springfield, Aug. 11, 1913. 

*CHARLES ABRAHAM REESE. 3. Grad. 

b. Delavan, 111., Aug. 16, 1852. Br. U. 1875; ord. Boston, June 20, 
1878; p. Dearborn St. ch., Boston, June 1878-Sept. 1883; Rutland, 
Vt., Sept. 1883-Dec. 1890; Cent, ch., Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 1891- 
Nov. 1895; 1st ch., Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 1895-Dec. 1896; fin. sec. 
N. T. I., Jan. 1897-1904; gen. sec, 1904-06; gen. sec. and asst. treas., 
Apr. 1906-Oct. 1907; grad. stud. Bost. U., Oct. 1907- Apr. 1908; p. 
Milford, N. H., Apr. 1908-Dec 1920 ; res. Brookline, Mass. d. Brook- 
line, Mar. 7, 1933. 

*HENRY AARON ROGERS. 2. Grad. 

b. Penfield, O., Jun* 29, 1844. D. U. 1870; Y. D. S. 1873-74; ord. 



128 Students — 1878 

Montpelier, Vt., Nov. 5, 1878; p. Montpelier, Oct. 1878-Dec. 1882; 
Main St. ch., Worcester, Mass., Jan. 1883-Oct. 1886; South ch., 
Worcester, Oct. 1886-Dec. 1889; Forest Ave. ch., Des Moines, la., 
Jan.-Oct. 1890. d. Des Moines, Oct. 15, 1890. 

*JOHN CHURCH SPURR. 3. Grad. 

b. Nictaux, N. S., Nov. 3, 1847. Ac. C. 1874; tea. Hort. A. 1874-75; 
ord. Cow Bay, now Port Morien, C. B., Feb. 1879 ; p. Cow Bay, Little 
Glace Bay, Mira, and Homeville chs., June 1878-Sept. 1885; Caven- 
dish, Fairview, and St. Peter's Road chs., P. E. L, Sept. 1885-Oct. 
1896 ; Alexandra, Hazelbrook, Uigg, and Belfast chs., Oct. 1896-June 
1904; Falmouth, N. S., June 1904-Sept. 1908; Great Village, De Bert, 
and Acadia Mines chs., Oct. 1908-1912; Port Mouton, 1916-18; w. c. 
Hantsport, 1913-16; 1918-24. d. Hantsport, Mar. 27, 1924. 

*JAMES NASH STUDLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Cohasset, Aug. 11, 1845. ord. Mechanic Falls, Me., June 28, 1878; 
p. Mechanic Falls and New Gloucester, July 1878-Oct. 1879; Lisbon 
Falls, Oct. 1879-Apr. 1881 ; Marshfield, Mass., May 1881-86; Amherst, 
N. EL, Nov. 1886- Aug. 1889; Grafton, Mass., Sept. 1889- June 1891; 
Pittsfield, N. H., Aug. 1891-92; Deerfield Centre, Nov. 1893-May 
1897; s. Pittsfield, p. June 1898-1905; Ault, Colo., 1905-08. d. Ault, 
Jan. 6, 1908. 

*ROBERT FRANCIS TOLMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Dorchester, Mass., Dec. 3, 1847. Br. U. 1875; ord. Melrose, June 
27, 1878; p. Melrose, July 1878-86; South Gardner, 1886- July 1892. 
d. Somerville, Nov. 21, 1892. 



*Caleb Clifford Burgess. 1. (E.) 

b. South Rawdon, N. S., Sept. 4, 1843. ord. North River, P. E. I., 
July 11, 1877; p. North River, 1877-83; Hopewell, N. B., 1883-87; 
Milton, N. S., 1887-88; Pugwash, 1888-92; Westport, 1892-96; Dor- 
chester, N. B., 1896-1900; left min.; res. Milford, N. H., 1900-04; 
Stoneham, Mass., 1904-1911. d. Stoneham, July 10, 1916. 

*James Israel DeWolfe. 1. (E.) 

b. Greenwich, N. S., Sept. 11, 1846. Ac. C. 1874; ord. Uigg, P. E. I. 
Dec. 4, 1874; p. Alexandra, Uigg, and Belfast, Sept. 1874- June 1878 
Milton, N. S., Sept. 1878- June 1882; Beaver River, Dec. 1882-87 
Hampton, N. B. d. Hampton, Jan. 15, 1889. 

*Albert Telle Dunn. 2. 

b. Fairfax, Vt., May 6, 1850. M. U. 1873; ord. East Poultney, Vt., 
July 30, 1873; p. East Poultney, Apr. 1873-Mar. 1874; West Haven, 
Apr. 1874-Sept. 1875; West Harwich, Mass., Feb. 1877-Nov. 1879; 
Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Dec. 1879-Oct. 1885; Free St. ch., Port- 
land, Me., Nov. 1885-Oct. 1889 ; cor. sec. Me. Bapt. Miss. Conv., Nov. 
1889-Apr. 1903. d. Waterville, Apr. 2, 1903. D.D., Cent. U. 1889. 

*Moung Edwin. 1. 

b. Way-ya, Kyoung, Bassein Dist., Burma, Aug. 5, 1849. Col. U. 
1875; C. T. S., 1876-78; not ord.; law, and lay pr., Burma, 1881-1912,- 
res. Tharrawaddy, Burma, d. Henzada, June 20, 1912. 

*Samuel Harvey Emery. 1. (E.) 

b. Albany, Vt., May 6, 1852. ord. Seal Cove, Me., Sept. 5, 1877; p. 
Tremont and Mt. Desert, 1877-79; Bellows Falls, Vt., 1879-83; Cal- 
vary ch., Salem, Mass., 1883-Feb. 1888; Sanford, Me., May 1888- Aug. 
1890; Warren, Sept. 1890-Dec. 1892; Saco, 1892-98; North Berwick, 
Aug. 1898-1903 ; Cong, ch., Stockbridge, Interlaken, Mass., Jan. 1906- 
11; Chatham, 1911-13; author, d. Chatham, Feb. 2, 1913. 



Students — 1879 129 

*William Bryant Kinney. 2. 

b. Mattapoisett, Mass., Sept. 27, 1847. ord. Magog, P. Q., Jan. 1869. 
d. Mattapoisett, Mass., Apr. 8, 1878. 

*John Harris Nichols. 1. (E.) 

b. Lowell, Mass., Dec. 13, 1846. ord. Goffstown, N. H., July 25, 1877; 
p. Goffstown, 1877- Apr. 1883; Pittsfield, May 1883-Mar. 1885; South 
Berwick, Me., Apr. 1885-Mar. 1889 ; Derry Depot, now Derry, N. H., 
Dec. 1889-Apr. 1910; lect. for N. H. Anti-Saloon League, 1910-1912; 
occ. s.; N. H. cor. The Watchman, 1894-Sept. 1924; res. Derry, N. H. 
d. Derry, Oct. 7, 1924. 

*Frederick Allen Vinal. 2. (E.) 

6. West Camden, Me., Feb. 16, 1852. ord. Knox, Me., May 8, 1878; 
p. Knox, May-Oct. 1878; China, Oct. 1878-82; Tenants Harbor, 1882- 
Dec. 1885; North Vassalboro, 1886- Jan. 1890; Mt. Desert and Tre- 
mont, Apr.-Sept. 1890; Lisbon Falls, Sept. 1890-Aug. 1892; Belfast, 
N. Y., 1893-94; dist. miss. N. Y. State Conv., 1894-1901; p. Conklin 
Ave. ch., Binghamton, Apr. 1901-Mar. 1902. d. Binghamton, Mar. 
10, 1902. 

*David Webster. 2. 

b. Milford, Mass., Mar. 16, 1851. C.U. 1873; U. T. S. 1874-75; ord. 
Portland, Me., Sept. 12, 1877; miss. A. B. M. U., Maulmain, Burma, 
1877-June 1883; Pohpan, Jan. 1883-Feb. 1885; Chung Mai, No. Siam, 
Feb. 1885-Mar. 1887; p. Woodstock, N. H., Nov. 1890-Aug. 1896; 
Lebanon, Me., May 1897-1901; Lyman, July 1901-May 1903; West 
Rockport, Nov. 1903- Apr. 1904. d. West Rockport, Apr. 4, 1904. 

1879 

*AHBRAH. 3. Grad. 

b. Quathah, Burma, June 1850. Br. U. 1876; Jef. Med. C. 1879-82; 
not ord.; lect. 1882-92; tea. art, New York, N. Y., 1892-1905; tea. 
mus., Amos, W. Va., 1906-08. d. Fairmont, Sept. 3, 1908. 

*CHARLES RUFUS BROWN. 3. Grad. 

b. East Kingston, N. H., Feb. 22, 1849. U. S. N. A. 1869; passed 
mid., U. S. Navy, 1869-70; ensign, 1870-71, master, 1871-75; H. U. 
1877 (N. T. I. 1874-75; 1877-79) ; U. T. S. 1878-79; U. Berlin 1879- 
80; U. Leipzig, 1880-81; ord. Franklin Falls, N. H., Dec. 30, 1881; p. 
Franklin Falls, Dec. 1881 June 1883; assoc. prof. Bib. Interp., O. T., 
N. T. I., 1883-86, prof. Heb. and Cog. Lang., 1886-95; of Bib. Interp., 
O. T., 1895-1914; act. p. Main St. ch., Worcester, Oct. 1886- June 
1887; prof. Heb. and Cog. Lang., U. Chic, sum. quarter, 1897; act. 
prof. Heb. and O. T. Exeg., Bost. U. Sch. Theol., Nov. 1905-June 
1906; spec. ed. Bib. Stud. Un. Lessons at several periods, 1892-1908; 
dir. Am. Sch. of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, Oct. 1910-May 1911; 
author, d. Stoneham, Mass., Feb. 1, 1914. Ph.D., C. U. 1887; D.D., 
Colg. U. 1892. 

*HORACE FRANKLIN BROWN. 3. Grad. 

b. Hopkinton, N. H., Aug. 20, 1850. Br. U. 1876 ; ord. Antrim, N. H., 
Oct. 1, 1879; p. Antrim, 1879-Nov. 1884; Rumney, Dec. 1884-Mar. 
1887; Athol, Mass., Sept. 1887-Feb. 1893; East Greenwich, R. I., 
Mar. 1893-Nov. 1896; Phenix, Nov. 1897-Mar. 1906; New Boston, 
N. H., Apr. 1906-Aug. 1910; Meriden, Sept. 1910- June 1913; ret.; 
res. Kingston, Mass. d. Kingston, Apr. 27, 1924. 

*EDWIN JULIUS BROWNSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Afton, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1852. M. U. 1875; ord. Masonville, N. Y., 
Aug. 5, 1879; p. Yankton, Dak. Ter., Sept. 1879-Mar. 1881; Quincy, 
Mich., Apr. 1881- July 1882; Napoleon and Brooklyn, Aug. 1882-84; 



130 Students — 1879 

Brainerd, Minn., Oct. 1884-Sept. 1889; West Duluth, Oct. 1889-Sept. 
1893; grad. stud. U. Chic. 1893-94; p. Sand Beach, Mich., Jan. 1895- 
Mar. 1896; Warsaw, Ind., Mar. 1896- July 1898; Belleville, 111., July 
1898-Mar. 1904; Centralia, Mar. 1904-Sept. 1908; Boone, la., Sept. 
1908-July 1910; dist. supt. Anti-Saloon League of Iowa, July 1910- 
16 ; res. Des Moines, d. Des Moines, Mar. 31, 1921. 

*WILLIAM ALBERT FARREN. 3. Grad. 

b. Somerville, Mass., Jan. 30, 1852. Br. U. 1875 ; ord. North BiUerica, 
Sept. 24, 1879; p. North Billerica, Aug. 1879-June 1888; post-grad. 
N. T. I. 1888-89; p. New London, N. H., Mar. 1889-Mar. 1899; North 
Attleboro, Mass., Apr. 1899-May 1916; ret.; res. No. Attleboro. d. 
Pawtucket, R. I., Apr. 25, 1923. 

*WILLIAM E FEEMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Wooster, O., Oct. 9, 1846. U. S. Army, Jan. 1864-Sept. 1865; 
D. U. 1870-73; U. W. 1874; ord. Ashtabula, 0., May 12, 1880; p. 
Ashtabula, Apr. 1880-May 1883; Sharpsville, Pa., June 1883-Mar. 
1885; Ashtabula, O., Apr. 1885-Sept. 1889; Lima, Sept. 1889-94; 
Marquette, Mich., Nov. 1894-Nov. 1896; Hudson, Mass., Jan. 1897- 
Sept. 1898; w. c. Columbus, O., Oct. 1898-1900; Lima, 1900-03; 
Wooster, 1903-1921; may., Wooster, 1909 and 1911; cmnr. Soldiers' 
Claims for Ohio, Columbus, 1921-?; res. Indianapolis, 1929-35. d. 
Indianapolis, July 2, 1935. 

*GEORGE EDWIN HORR. 2. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 19, 1856. Br. U. 1876. U. T. S. 1876-77; ord. 
Tarrytown, N. Y., Dec. 2, 1879; p. Tarrytown, Oct. 1879-Apr. 1884; 
Charlestown, Mass., Apr. 1884-July 1891; ed. The Watchman, July 
1891- Jan. 1904; prof. Hist. Mod. Christianity, N. T. I., 1904-06, prof. 
Ch. Hist., 1906-25; pres., 1908-25; pres. em. 1925-27; author; Newton 
Centre, Mass., D.D., Br. U. 1896, McM. U. 1923; LL.D., Cy. C. 1915; 
S.T.D., H. U. 1923. d. Belmont, Jan. 22, 1927. 

*HORACE HOLMES HUNT. 1. Grad. 

b. East Clarence, N. Y., May 10, 1852. U. R. 1876; R. T. S. 1876-78; 
ord. Amenia, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1879; p. Amenia, 1879-Nov. 1885; Fair- 
port, Dec. 1885-97. d. Fairport, June 23, 1897. 

*MILLARD FILLMORE JOHNSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Springfield, N. H., Oct. 27, 1850. Br. U. 1876; ord. Foxboro, Sept. 
25, 1879; p. Foxboro, Sept. 1879-Feb. 1889; Cent, ch., Middleboro, 
Feb. 1889-Aug. 1898 ; Medf ord, Sept. 1898-Oct. 1900 ; 1st ch., Nashua, 
N. H., Nov. 1900-Nov. 1908; Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 1908- 
May 1913; 3rd Calvinistic Bapt. ch., Middleboro, Mass., June 1913- 
Aug. 1923 ; ret. d. Penacook, N. H., July 4, 1928. 

*EDMUND FRANKLIN MERRIAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Winthrop, Me., Jan. 26, 1847. C. U. 1868; in bus., New York, 
N. Y., 1868-76; ord. Livermore Falls, Me., July 30, 1879; p. Liver- 
more Falls, July 1879- Aug. 1880 ; ed. The Baptist Missionary Maga- 
zine, 1880-1901; cor. sec. A. B. M. U., 1892-93, ed. sec. 1893-1901; ed. 
The Watchman, Apr. 1901-Sept. 1912, man. ed. Watchman-Examiner, 
Sept. 1912-Sept. 1916; author, d. Boston, Nov. 21, 1930. D.D., Cy. 
C. 1902. 

*RICHARD MONTAGUE. 2. Grad. 

b. Westboro, Mass., July 4, 1853. H. U. 1875; priv. tea. Cambridge, 
1875-76; H. U. D. S. 1876-77; ord. Lawrence, Oct. 3, 1879; p. 1st ch., 
Lawrence, 1879-Sept. 1881 ; Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., Sept. 1881- 
Mar. 1887; Colorado Springs, Colo., July 1887-Oct. 1893; Newton 
Centre, Mass., Nov. 1893-95. d. Newton Centre, July 24, 1895. 
D.D., Colo. State U. 1891. 



Students — 1879 131 

*JOSEPH DIMOCK SKINNER. 3. Grad. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., Sept. 19, 1846. Ac. C. 1870-71; 1873-75; ord. 
Beaver River, N. S., Apr. 26, 1875; p. Beaver River, 1875-76; p. 
Hampton, N. B., 1880-81; Lower Granville, N. S., 1881-82; Arcadia 
and Central Chebogue, Feb. 1882-Nov. 1888; Point De Bute, N. B., 
Dec. 1888-91; Wilmington, Vt., 1891-May 1893; Putney, July 1893- 
June 1894; Passumpsic, July 1894- July 1898; w. c. Yarmouth, N. S., 
Aug. 1898-1922. d. Yarmouth, Apr. 28, 1922. 

*ALBION WOODBURY SMALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Buckfield, Me., May 11, 1854. C. U. 1876; U. Berlin, 1879-80; U. 
Leipzig, 1880-81; prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ., C. TL, 1881-89; read. 
in Hist., J. H. U., 1888-89 ; pres. and prof. Mor. and Intel. Phil., C. XL, 
1889-92; head prof. Sociol., U. Chic, 1892-1924; dean of Grad. Sch. 
of Arts and Lit., 1905-23; ed. American Journal of Sociology, 1895- 
1926; author; res. Chicago, d. Chicago, Mar. 24, 1926." Ph.D., 
J. H. U. 1889; LL.D., Cy. C. 1900. 

*GEORGE WILLIAM THOMAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Upper Canard, N. S., Oct. 11, 1851. Ac. C. 1873; ord. Cape Canso, 
May 11, 1874; p. Cape Canso, 1874-76; p. Roslindale, 1879-81. d. 
Upper Canard, N. S., Oct. 21, 1882. 

*ELMER BERNARD TUCKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, Mass., Aug. 20, 1850. U. Kans. 1876; ord. Hutchinson, 
Kans. Dec. 30, 1879; p. Hutchinson, Nov. 1879-Dec. 1881; Minne- 
apolis, Feb. 1882-Feb. 1883; Antioch ch., Ada, Apr. 1883-Apr. 1891 
Silver Lake, June 1891- July 1892; Sabetha, Sept. 1892-Sept. 1893 
Greenfield, la., Nov. 1893-Nov. 1894; Sheffield, Dec. 1894-Sept. 1895 
Jacksonville, May 1896-Sept. 1897; Kirkman, Feb. 1898-Feb. 1900 
in bus., Kirkman, Mar. 1900-36. d. Kirkman, 1936. 

*THEODORE FRELINGHUYSEN WHITE. 3. Grad. 

b. Columbia, Me., Apr. 1, 1846; ord. Stetson, Mar. 1872; p. Stetson, 
1872-75; C. U. 1874 (N. T. I. 1875-77; 1878-79) ; p. Ellsworth, Me., 
1878-May 1883; Bath, May 1883- June 1894; Bar Harbor, July 1894- 
Dec. 1898; p. el. Warren, d. Brunswick, Jan. 23, 1899. 

*ANSLEY EZRA WOODSUM. 3. Grad. 

b. West Peru, Me., Apr. 1849. C. U. 1876; ord. Milford, Sept. 19, 
1879; p. Milford, Sept. 1879-Mar. 1882; Rockland, Apr. 1882- Apr. 
1887; Milford, N. H., Apr. 1887-Feb. 1890; Cary Ave. ch., Chelsea, 
Mass., Mar. 1890-Mar. 1892; Lexington, Apr. 1892-Mar. 1895; 
Exeter, N. H., Apr. 1895-Oct. 1914; West Medway, Oct. 1914- June 
1919 ; ret. ; res. Rockland, June 1919-27. d. South Weymouth, Feb. 
1, 1927. 



* Andrew Jackson Cotney. 1. 

b. Longmeadow, Mass., Oct. 30, 1845. act. p. Danbury, Conn., 1877- 
78; ord. Marietta, Nebr., May 26, 1880; p. Marietta, 1879-80; Aurora, 
1880-81; ev. Nebr., 1881-82; Danbury, Conn., 1882-83; city miss., 
Bridgeport, 1883; p. New Milford, 1884-aut. 1887; w. c. Stamford, 
1888-90; Danbury, 1890-93. d. Danbury, Aug. 13, 1893. 

Pano Koliu Gospodinoff. 2.5. ( ?) 

b. Eski Zagra, East Roumelia, Turkey, June 22, 1847. Philippopolis 
Miss. Sch., Cong., 1868 (N. T. I. parts of 1876-80) ; ord. Bowdoin Sq. 
ch., Boston, Jan. 12, 1880 ; pr. Eski Zagra, Turkey, 1880, jud. of civ. 
ct. 1880-85 ; law. 1886- ? ; has res. in other places. No further record. 

*Charles Thomas Holt. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Petersham, Mass., Aug. 1, 1845. ord. Manchester, Aug. 7, 1879 ; p. 
Manchester, 1879-Aug. 1881; East Brookfield, Dec. 1881-Aug. 1891; 



132 Students — 1879 

health failed; insur. bus., Apr. 1892-Dec. 1906; s. s. Suffield, Conn., 
1904-07; memb. Mass. leg., Jan. 1907-12; s.s. Wales, Mass., Oct. 1909- 
16, act. p. 1916-20; res. Springfield, d. Springfield, Feb. 2, 1922. 
*James Lewis Smith. 2. 

b. Jamestown, 0., Nov. 16, 1852. D. U. 1876; ord. Turner's Corner, 
Me., Aug. 15, 1878; p. Turner's Corner, 1878-79; Greenfield, O., 1879- 
85; Zanesville, 1886-90; Greenfield, 1890-92; Columbia, 1892-95; Spo- 
kane, Wash., 1895-97; Tacoma, 1897-1905; Long Beach, Calif., 1905- 
10 ; Tremont ch., Pasadena, 1910-19 ; Tacoma, Wash., 1920 ; ev. and s. 
1919-?. d. Piedmont, Calif., Mar. 31, 1933. D.D., Coif. C. 1897. 

*Adoniram Judson Stevens. 2. 

b. South Rawdon, N. S., Dec. 26, 1848. Ac. C. 1875; ord. Kentville, 
Oct. 13, 1875; p. Kentville, 1875-76; p. Fredericton, N. B., June 1878- 
Mar. 1880. d. Fredericton, Mar. 15, 1880. 

* Judson Benjamin Thomas. 1. 

b. Edwardsburg, Mich., Aug. 12, 1854. S. C. ; Br. U. 1876 ; B. U. T. S. 
1878-80; ord. Dubuque, la., Sept. 30, 1880; p. Dubuque, 1880-Sept. 
1889; 1st ch., Topeka, Kans., Oct. 1889-Oct. 1895; dist. sec. A. B. 
H. M. S., for 111. and Wis., Oct. 1895-Sept. 1909; p. Austin ch., Chi- 
cago, 111., Oct. 1909-1921; act. p. Englewood ch., Chicago, 1922-23. 
d. Martinsville, Ind., Mar. 18, 1923. D.D., S. C. 1899. 

1880 

*ASAHEL BILL BANKS. 3. Grad. 

b. Wilmot, N. S., June 5, 1849. W. A. 1873-77; ord. Somerville, June 
22, 1880; p. Cheyenne, Wyo., 1880-83; Walla Walla, Wash., 1883-85; 
gen. miss. West. Wash, and B. C, 1885-88; p. 1st ch., Tacoma, Wash., 
1888-91; fin. sec. Grace S., 1891-93; p. Everett, 1893-95; 1st ch., Sac- 
ramento, Calif., Sept. 1895-1903. d. San Francisco, Oct. 12, 1903. 
D.D., Coif. C. 1890. 

*THOMAS ELLIOTT BARTLETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 20, 1853. Br. U. 1877; ord. Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 28, 1880; p. South ch., Providence, Aug. 1880-Dec. 1901; 
Pawtuxet, Jan. 1902-Dec. 1910; spec. agt. R. I. Bapt. Conv., Apr. 
1911-Sept. 1916; R. I. Bible Soc. agt., Dec. 1915-32. d. Providence, 
Dec. 21, 1940. 

*WILTON RUFUS BOONE. 3. Grad. 

b. Baltimore, Md., Aug. 22, 1856. ord. Halifax, N. S., July 15, 1880; 
p. Halifax, June 1880- June 1881; Cincinnati, O., Sept. 1881-82; 
Springfield, 1882-89; Kansas City, Kans., 1889-01; gen. miss. A. B. 
H. M. S., Okl. Ter., 1891-98; p. 3d ch., Springfield, Mass., Jan. 1898- 
1900; Bethesda ch., Chicago, 111., 1900-03; pr., author, lect., 1903-29. 
d. Chicago, Nov. 17, 1929. D.D., U. Ky. 1891. 

*JOHN FREDERICK BURDITT. 3. Grad. 

b. Saffron- Walden, Eng., Mar. 15, 1851. U. N. B. 1877; ord. Kings- 
ton, Sept. 2, 1880; p. Kingston, 1880-81; miss. A. B. M. U., Ongole, 
India, 1881-82; Nellore, Mar. 1882-84; Udayagiri, Oct. 1884- Aug. 1894,- 
d. Bangalore, Aug. 4, 1894. 

*FRANK GEORGE DAVIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Shirlev, Mass., Dec. 8, 1852. B. D., N. T. I., 1909; ord. Yarmouth, 
Me., July 2, 1880; p. Yarmouth, 1880-Oct. 1882; Springvale, 1883- 
Oct. 1889; out of health, 1882-83; 1889-90; prof. Jackson C, Jackson, 
Miss.,- 1890-93; tea. Springvale, Me., 1893-1900; p. Norridgewock, 
Apr. 1901- July 1907; prof, theol. dept. and C, Leland U., New 
Orleans, La., Jan. 1907-May 1911; prof, theol. dept. and C, Bishop 



Students — 1880 133 

C, Marshall, Tex., Oct. 1911-21; p Cong, ch., Norridgewock, Me., 
Sept. 1921-Sept. 1924; ret. d. Norridgewock, Dec. 28, 1934. 

*GEORGE ANDREW HERTZOG. 3. Grad. 

b. Smithfield, Pa., Dec. 27, 1852. Cent. U. 1877; ord. Fairfield, la., 
Oct. 19, 1880; p. Fairfield, Sept. 1880-Nov. 1882; Creston, Nov. 1882- 
Feb. 1884; Laramie, Wyo. Ter., Oct. 1884- Jan. 1888; Grand Island, 
Calif., Feb. 1888-Feb. 1890; pr. Laramie, Wyo., 1890-1909; act. p. 
Laramie, several times ; memb. of Wyo. leg., 6 yrs. ; held various city 
off. d. Laramie, Dec. 13, 1909. 

*EBENEZER WARREN HUNT. 2. Grad. 

b. East Clarence, N. Y., May 3, 1851. U. R. 1873; prin. Un. Sch., 
Rushville, N. Y., 1873-74; prac. law. Syracuse, 1874-77; R. T. S. 1877- 
78; ord. Fall River, Sept. 21, 1880; p. 2d ch., Fall River, 1880-82; 
Fairfield, la., 1883-85; prof. Rhet. and Eloc, State U., Lincoln Nebr., 
Jan. 1887-92; far. Syracuse, 1892-1913. d. Omaha, Nov. 20, 1913. 

*ELIAS WILLIAM KELLY. 3. Grad. 

b. Collina, N. B., Apr. 17, 1854. Ac. C. 1876; ord. Windsor, N. S., 
July 23, 1876; p. Windsor, June 1876-Aug. 1877; p. St. John, N. B., 
June 1880-Aug. 1882; miss. A. B. M. U., Maulmain, Burma, 1882-86; 
Mandalay, 1886-93; Rangoon, 1893-98; Mandalay, 1898-1911; prin. 
Rangoon C, 1911-21. d. Rangoon, Oct. 11, 1922; Kaisar i Hind gold 
medal, 1918. 

*FRANK GRESSINGER McFARLAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Hamilton, O., Nov. 15, 1855. U. Cin. 1877; post-grad. Bost. U. 
1880-82; ord. Columbus, O., Apr. 3, 1883; p. Russel St. ch., Columbus, 
1883-87; Burlington, Vt., 1887-May 1891; Hamilton, O., Dec. 1891- 
96; Mansfield, 1896-1901; Westwood, Cincinnati, 1901-06; Terrace 
Park, Cincinnati, 1906-?; lect. on Bib. Lit., U. Cin.; res. Cincinnati, 
O. d. Cincinnati, Feb. 26, 1919. Ph.D., U. Cin. 1905; S.T.D., Wes. 
U. 1902. 

*PETER STEWART (formerly STUART) MacGREGOR. 3. Grad. 
b. South River Lake, N. S., May 14, 1852. Ac. C; ord. Newport, 
N. S., Mar. 22, 1876; p. Newport, 1876-77; B. D., N. T. I.. 1912; p. 

Tusket, N. S., June 1880-Sept. 1882; New Glasgow, Oct. 1882-Oct. 
1886; gen. miss., Mar. Prov., 1886-Oct. 1888; p. Hantsport, N. S., 
1888-Oct. 1895; ev. New England Ev. Assoc, 1895-Sept. 1896; p. 
Ohio, N. S., 1896-May 1898; gen. miss., Halifax Co. and City, May 
1898-99; p. Westport, Sept. 1899-1901; Oxford, Nov. 1901-Mar. 1905; 
Lower Aylesford, Mar. 1905-Sept. 1909; ev. for N. S., Sept. 1909-18; 
res. Wolfville, N. S. d. Chester Basin, May 17, 1918. 

*EDWARD DORAN MASON. 3. Grad. 

b. Passumpsic, Vt., Dec. 26, 1846. D. C. 1872 (N. T. I. 1876-78; 
1879-80) ; ord. Passumpsic, Vt., Aug. 19, 1880; prof. Theol., Shaw U., 
Raleigh, N. C, 1880-81; p. West Pawlet, Vt., 1881-83; Montpelier, 
May 1883- Apr. 1888; Winter Hill, Somerville, Mass., May 1888-91; 
Cottage City, 1892-94 ; Georgetown, 1895-May 1898 ; act. p. Passump- 
sic, Vt., sum. 1898-?; miss. Am. S. S. Un., Boston, Mass., 1901-26; 
miss. Chinese Mission of New England, d. Brookline, Feb. 6, 1926. 

*RICHARD SAMUEL MITCHELL. 3. Grad. I 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 9, 1852. W. A. 1874-77; ord. Lakelvillage, 
now Lakeport, N. H., July 14, 1880 ; act. p. Lake Village, 18M)-83 ; p. 
Townshend, Vt., 1883- July 1887; East Jaffrey, N. H., Aug. 1»7-Sept. 
1889; East Longmeadow, Mass., 1891-95; Fiskdale, 1897-9^ Barre, 
Apr. 1901-Dec. 1908. d. Melrose, Apr. 16, 1909. 



134 Students — 1880 

*WILLIAM ALMOR SPINNEY. 3. Grad. 

6. Nictaux, N. S., June 12, 1852. M. U. 1877; ord. North Scituate, 
Mar. 25, 1880; p. North Scituate, Apr. 1880-Sept. 1882; 1st ch., 
Duluth, Minn., Oct. 1882-Sept. 1884; 1st ch., Owatonna, Oct. 1884- 
Oet. 1888; Elyria, 0., 1888-May 1892; East End ch., Cleveland, May 
1892-Sept. 1896; 1st ch., Beloit, Wis., Dec. 1896-Dec. 1898; South ch., 
Milwaukee, Dec. 1898-Dec. 1902; past, ev., N. J., Dec. 1902- Apr. 
1904; p. 1st ch., Wallingford, Conn., Mar. 1904-Jan. 1910; Belmont 
Ave., ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 1910-Oct. 1914; stud, p., Peddie 
Inst., Hightstown, N. J., Oct. 1914-17; p. Babylon, N. Y., 1917-24; 
cor. rel. papers, d. Babylon, L. I., N. Y., May 5, 1924. D.D., Colg. 
U. 1913. 

*FRANK LOUIS SULLIVAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Wakefield, Mass., Mar. 3, 1854. Br. U. 1877; ord. Wakefield, June 
26, 1880; p. Holliston, July 1880- June 1882; Morehead, Minn., June 
1882-Dec. 1883; Fergus Falls, Jan. 1884- June 1888; 2d ch., Santa 
Cruz, Calif., July 1888-Mar. 1889; Los Gatos, Apr. 1889-Sept. 1890; 
field ed. Baptist Vanguard, Seattle, Wash., Jan. -June 1891; Pacific 
Baptist, Portland, Ore., June 1891-Dec. 1901 ; field rep. The Watch- 
man, Jan. 1902- Aug. 1913; The Watchman-Examiner, Aug. 1913-?; 
res. New York City. d. Chicago, 111., Oct. 23, 1938. 

*WILLIS FRYE THOMAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Henzada, Burma, Sept. 10, 1855. Br. U. 1877; ord. Winthrop, 
June 23, 1880; p. Winthrop, 2 mos. ; miss. A. B. M. U., Henzada, 
Burma, 1880-88; Sandoway, 1888-93; prof. Karen T. S., Insein, 1893- 
1921, pres., 1916-21; field ev. Burman Miss., 1921-25. d. Kalaw, 
Burma, Apr. 4, 1925. D.D., Br. U. 1908. Son of B. C. Thomas, 
class of 1850. 



^Leonard Woolsey Cronkhite. 1. 

b. Sandy Hill, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1856. M. U. 1877 (N. T. I. 1877-78) ; 
M. U. T. S. 1878-79, 1880-81; asst. p. Greenwich, N. Y., 1879-80; ord. 
Sandy Hill, Sept. 13, 1881; miss. A. B. M. U., Bhamo, Burma, Jan. 
1882-Dec. 1883; Bassein, Jan. 1884-1922; trans. 340 hymns into Pwo 
Karen ; publ. first Pwo Hymnbook with music ; res. Greenwich, N. Y., 
1922-31. d. Greenwich, Feb. 28, 1931. D.D., Colg. U. 1904. 

* Alexander Estabrooks. 3. 

b. Canning, N. B., Nov. 29, 1930. ord. Tobique, N. B., July 19, 1864; 
U. N. B. 1872 (N. T. I. 1873-75; 1879-80) ; miss. A. B. M. U., Maul- 
main, Burma, 1875-79; pr.; res. St. John, N. B., 1880-93. d. St. 
John, Sept. 18, 1893. 

* William Henry Robinson. 1. 

b. Kingston, N. S., July 29, 1854. Ac. A. 1876; instr. Hort. A., 1878- 
79; H. U. 1881; ord. Hawkesbury, N. S., July 5, 1882; p. Hawkes- 
bury, Feb. 1882-Nov. 1883; Canning, Nov. 1883-Feb. 1886; gen. sec. 
Y. M. C. A., Riverside, Calif., 1887-89; p. Beaver River, N. S., and 
Maitland, Dec. 1889-Dec. 1892; Summerside, P. E. I., Dec. 1894-Dec. 
1897; Antigonish, N. S., Dec. 1897- June 1903; health failed; trav. sec. 
Mar. Bapt. Publ. Co., 3 yrs. ; p. Pointe de Bute, N. B., Oct. 1910-Oct. 
1915; Southampton, N. S., July 1916- Jan. 1918; cont. to rel. press; 
ret. ; res. Paradise, d. Paradise, Apr. 24, 1933. 
*Aaron K. Sargent. 1. (E.) 

b. Good Hope, O., Apr. 24, 1851. D. U. 1872-74; ord. Nicholsville, 
O., Mar. 9, 1876; p. Lindale, Nicholsville, and New Richmond, Sept. 
1875-Aug. 1881; Wilmington, Sept. 1881-Aug. 1887; Jonah's Run 
ch., Harveysburg, Sept. 1887- Jan. 1912; ad. Harveysburg, O., in 
1916; Moscow in 1924. d. St. Petersburg, Fla., June 28, 1927. 



Students — 1881 135 

*Charles Coffin Tilley. 2. 

b. Sidney, Me., Jan. 12, 1850. C. U. 1876; ord. Nobleboro, Me., Oct. 
18, 1876; p. Nobleboro, 1876- Aug. 1877, July 1882- July 1884; Fair- 
field, Oct. 1879-Sept. 1881; South St. George, Sept. 1881-July 1882; 
Dover and Foxcrof t, July 1884-Mar. 1886 ; Lewiston, Mar. 1886-Mar. 
1891; Bridgeton, N. J., Mar. 1891- Apr. 1898; Hyde Park, Mass., Apr. 
1898-Apr. 1905; Mattapan, Apr. 1905-Feb. 1910; Damariscotta, Me., 
Feb. 1910-Aug. 1912; Calvary ch., Quincy, Mass., Sept. 1912-16; 
Harpswell, Me., 1916-18; Jefferson, 1918-22. d. Boston, Mass., Nov. 
6, 1922. 

1881 

*FRANCIS SARGENT BICKFORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Warren, Me., Oct. 1, 1850. ord. West Townsend, July 7, 1881; p. 
West Townsend, July 1881-Mar. 1884; Sanford, Me., 1884-Mar. 1888; 
Lamoine, Apr. 1888-Sept. 1891; Norway, 1892-93; 2d ch., Sanborn- 
ton, N. H., July 1893-Dec. 1895; South Newfane, Vt., May 1896-Dec. 
1901. d. South Newfane, Dec. 22, 1901. 

-NEWTON BRUMBACK. 3. Grad. 

b. Jacksontown, O., Mar. 10, 1854. D. U. 1878; s. Iowa City, la., 
1881; M. D., U. la., 1883; phys. Grinnell, 1883-84; Beatrice, Nebr., 
1884-97; Colorado Springs, Colo., 1897-1923. d. Colorado Springs, 
Mar. 19, 1923. 

*EDWARD JOHN COLCORD. 3. Grad. 

b. Parsonfield, Me., July 28, 1849. C. U. 1875; tea. Beverly, Mass., 
1876-78; ord. Amherst, N. H., Sept. 8, 1881; p. Amherst, 1881-Dec. 
1882; tea. Lat., Gr., and Hist., Vt. A., Mar. 1883-89; prof. Gr., Lat., 
and Math., Benedict C, Columbia, S. C, 1889-90; tea. Lang., Hist., 
and Eng. Lit.. North Granville, N. Y., and Rutland, Vt., 1890-91; 
prin. Del. Inst., 1891-92; prin. Rutland High Sch., 1892-95; prof. 
Hist., State C, Pa., 1895-97 ; tea. Hist, and Eng., Newark High Sch., 
Newark, N. J., 1897-1901; Heffley Sch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1901-08; 
priv. sch., Brooklyn, 1908-09; Charles Sch., Brooklyn, 1909-11; prin. 
and prop. Stuyvesant Sch., Brooklyn, 1910-12 ; prin. Bedford Branch 
Y. M. C. A. Sch., 1918-21; prin. and prop. Colby Preparatory Sch., 
1921-27. d. Brooklyn, Apr. 9, 1931. Litt.D., Cy. C. 1915. 

*HENRY KOSSUTH COOPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Dayton, O., Dec. 6, 1851. D. U. 1878; ord. Steubenville, O., Dec. 

1882; p. Steubenville, Sept. 1882-Sept. 1883. d. Steubenville, Sept. 
8, 1883. 

*JOHN HOSMER COX. 3. Grad. 

b. Freedom, N. H., Dec. 3, 1849. C. U. 1875 (N. T. I. 1875-77; 1880- 
81); ord. Camden, Me., Jan. 28, 1878; p. Camden, 1878- Aug. 1880; 
Athol, Mass., Apr. 1881-May 1887; in bus. 1887-92; p. Merrimac, 
Mass., Feb. 1892-95; Lexington, Jan. 1895- July 1901; West Harwich, 
Mar. 1902- Jan. 1907; West Townsend, May 1907-Mar. 1910; res. 
Dorchester, d. Brookline, Mar. 31, 1914. 

*FREDERIC DE MILLE CRAWLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Maulmain, Burma, Aug. 16, 1854. Ac. C. 1876 ; ord. Pleasantville, 
N. S., Oct. 22, 1876; p. Pleasantville, June 1876- June 1877; Sydney, 
C. B., June 1877-Sept. 1878; p. Fredericton, N. B., June 1881-Oct. 
1893; Sch. of Expr., Boston, Mass., 1893-94; p. White Plains, N. Y., 
Nov. 1894- Aug. 1895 ; Eng. Bapt. ch., Maulmain, Burma, Nov. 1895- 
Mar. 1908. d. London, Eng., Aug. 28, 1909. Son of A. R. R. Craw- 
ley, class of 1852. 



136 Students — 1881 

♦ALBERT NELSON DARY. 3. Grad. 

b. Attleboro, Mass., Feb. 10, 1852. Br. U. 1878; ord. Everett, Aug. 
4, 1881; p. Everett, Aug. 1881-Oct. 1883; health failed; p. Dighton, 
Oct. 1885-Oct. 1888; Westbrook, Me., Nov. 1888-Nov. 1896; 1st ch., 
Skowhegan, Nov. 1896-Oct. 1898; Sanford, Oct. 1898- July 1900; 
health failed; tailoring bus., and occ. pr., Nashua, N. H., 1900-28. d. 
Nashua, Dec. 18, 1928. 

♦CHARLES SPENCER DINKINS. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, Miss., Sept. 15, 1856. R. W. U. 1877; ord. Louisville, Ky., 
Jan. 21, 1883 ; p. Calvary ch., Louisville, 1883-Sept. 1885 ; instr. State 
U., Ky., 1881-85; instr. Selma XL, Selma, Ala., 1885-88; p. 2d ch., 
Marion, Sept. 1887-May 1892; miss. A. B. P. S., June 1892-Sept. 
1893; pres. Selma U., Oct. 1893-1901. d. Selma, Ala., Sept. 19, 1901. 
D.D., State U., Ky., 1890. 

♦NEWELL HOUSTON ENSLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Nashville, Tenn., Aug. 23, 1852. R. W. U. 1878; prof. Shaw U., 
Raleigh, N. C, 1881-82; prof. Alcorn C, Rodney, Miss., 1882-88. d. 
Denver, Colo., May 12, 1888. 

*LAMARTINE ADELBERT HALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Martin's Ferry, O., Aug. 26, 1851. D. U. 1878; ord. East Glouces- 
ter, Sept. 21, 1881; p. East Gloucester, 1881-Sept. 1884; Bloomington, 
111., Sept. 1884-Sept. 1885; Mason City, la., 1885-90; Council Bluffs, 
Apr. 1890-93; Wichita, Kans., 1893-96; s., res. Hyde Park, Chicago, 
111., 1896-?; res. near Wooster, O. d. Wooster, June 8, 1919. 

♦CLAYTON EDWARD HIGGINS. 3. Grad. 

b. Clymer, N. Y., Apr. 27, 1853. State Norm. Sch., R. I. ; ord. Aller- 
ton, la., Sept. 30, 1880; p. Allerton, June 1880- June 1882; Burling- 
ton, June 1882- July 1883; prof. Nat. Sci., Burlington C, 1882-83; p. 
Independence, July 1883- Aug. 1886; gen. agt. State Conv., Aug. 1886- 
May 1887; p. Sibley, Sept.-Nov. 1887. d. Independence, Nov. 3, 1887. 

♦JAMES ALBERT KNOWLTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Danbury, N. H., June 27, 1854. N. H. L. T. I. 1876; Ewing C. 
1906 ; ord. Danbury, N. H., Aug. 10, 1881 ; p. Mohican and Millbrook, 
O., Aug., 1881- June 1883; North Fairfield, June 1883- July 1886; stud. 
Bu. U. 1886-87; p. Upper Freehold, N. J., May 1888- June 1891; 
Lebanon, Ind., June 1891- July 1896; Washington, Dec. 1896-Nov. 
1897; Franklin, Dec. 1897- Apr. 1899; 2d ch., Indianapolis, Apr. 1899- 
July 1904; Nokomis, 111., Feb. 1905-Oct. 1906; Dunkirk, Ind., Oct. 
1906- June 1909; ev. Union Assoc, July 1909-Aug. 1910; p. Val- 
paraiso, Ind., Aug. 1910-July 1914; Westview, Indianapolis, Apr. 
1915- July 1918; Tipton, Oct. 1918- Aug. 1920; s. Fort Wayne, 1920- 
21; p. Kendallville, June 1921-Oct, 1923; s. 1923-37; author, d. 
Tipton, May 31, 1937. Ph.D., Ewing C. 1908. 

♦FRANK RECTOR. 3. Grad. 

b. near Parkersburg, Va., July 20, 1851. D. U. 1878; ord. Newport, 
R. I., Sept. 6, 1881; p. 2d ch., Newport, 1881-Oct. 1886; 1st ch., 
Fitchburg, Mass., Nov. 1886-Apr. 1900; Pawtucket, R. I., Apr. 1900- 
30; p. em. 1930-33. d. Pawtucket, Feb. 26, 1933. D.D., D. U. 1902. 

♦AARON WALLACE RUNY AN. 3. Grad. 

b. Fillmore, Ind., Jan. 17, 1849. D. U. 1878; ord. Hallowell, Me., 
Sept. 21, 1881; p. Hallowell, 1881-Mar. 1883; Saco, 1883- Apr. 1885; 
San Jose, Calif., June 1885-Dec. 1888; Hamilton Sq. ch., San Fran- 
cisco, Feb. 1889-93; stud. U. Chic, 1893-94; p. Beloit, Wis., 1894-97; 
Normal Park, Chicago, 111., 1897- Apr. 1899; Crawfordsville, Ind., 
Apr. 1899-Dec 1902; Detroit, Mich., Dec 1902- Jan. 1904; State ev., 



Students — 1881 137 

Wis. and Mich., Jan. 1904- Jan. 1906; ev. Jan-May 1906; supt. Cent. 
Bapt. Orphanage, Mavwood, 111., May 1906-May 1907; inv., ret., 
1907-1912; res. Chicago, d. Chicago, Nov. 7, 1912. 

*CHARLES HENRY SALSMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Country Harbor, N. S., Dec. 21, 1848. C. U. 1878; ord. Lebanon, 
O., Nov. 1, 1881; p. Lebanon, 1881-83. d. Lebanon, Feb. 7, 1883. 

*CHARLES SEAVER SCOTT. 3. Grad. 

b. Rochester, N. Y., Feb. 15, 1855. Br. U. 1877; ord. Franklin, Ind., 
Nov. 15, 1881; p. Franklin, Oct. 1881-Sept. 1885; Hackensack, N. J., 
Dec. 1885-Oct. 1886; Union Sq. ch., Somerville, Mass., Feb. 1887- 
June 1892; asst. ed. The Watchman, 1892-93; p. Marlboro, July 1893- 
Feb. 1896; Waverley, Oct. 1896-Oct. 1899; in bus., Oct. 1899-1930. 
d. Waltham, May 8, 1930. 

*GEORGE CALVIN TROW. 3. Grad. 

b. Sunapee, N. H., Dec. 7, 1849. N. L. L. S. I. 1877; ord. Wilton, 
N. H., Feb. 17, 1881; p. Wilton, Feb. 1881- July 1887; Plainfield, July 
1887- July 1909; w. c. Bradford, July 1909-34. d. Bradford, May 10, 
1934. 

*DANIEL ARNOLD WADE. 3. Grad. 

b. South Abington, now Whitman, Mass., Sept. 10, 1856. Br. U. 
1878; ord. Bellingham, July 27, 1881; p. Bellingham, 1881-Sept. 1890; 
Norwood, Oct. 1891-93; w. c. Whitman, d. Brant Rock, Aug. 26, 

1894. 

*FREEMAN TUPPER WHITMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Milton, N. S., Mar. 3, 1849. Br. U. 1878 ; ord. Newton Upper Falls, 
June 22, 1881; p. Newton Upper Falls, 1881-82; Brighton Ave. ch., 
Allston, Sept. 1883-90; Eng. Bapt. ch., Rangoon, Burma, Apr. 1890- 
04; s. Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 1895-96; p. South Framingham, 
1896-1901; Valley Falls, R. I., 1903-10; w. c. Newton Centre, 1910-11; 
South Attleboro, Dec. 1911-Feb. 1915. d. Pawtucket, R. L, Mar. 1, 
1915. 

*ALFRED BROWN WHITNEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Sept. 14, 1847. U. S. Army, Dec. 1863-June 1865; 
Br. U. 1870-72; ord. Central City, Colo., Sept. 19, 1875; p. Greeley, 
Sept. 1875-Oct. 1876; gen. miss. A. B. H. M. S., S. W. Colo., 1876-77; 
s. Port Murray, N. J., 1878; p. Tiffin, O., Jan. 1882-83; North East, 
Pa., 1884-87; Elizabeth, May 1887-May 1889; South St. ch., Indian- 
apolis, Ind., June 1889-Aug. 1894; w. c. 1894-97; p. Fowlerville, 
Mich., Jan. 1897-Oct. 1898; Salem, O., Oct. 1898-1901; KingsviUe, 
1902-15; Morenci, Mich., 1905-09; Garrett, Ind., 1909-11; Hunting- 
ton, 1911-13; Mishawaka, Ind., 1914-15; cor. rel. papers; res. San 
Bernardino, Calif., 1923-29; San Diego, 1929-31. d. San Diego, Nov. 
27, 1931. 



* Joseph Ayrault Bailey. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Essex, Conn., Mar. 17, 1855. Br. U. 1878-79; ord. Chester, Conn., 
June 1, 1882; p. Chester, 1881-83; Branford, 1883-86; Eastport, Me., 
1887-91; Goffstown, N. H., 1891-1901; Brentwood, 1902-04; w. c. 
Nottingham, N. H., North Dana, Mass., Portsmouth, N. H. d. Ports- 
mouth, Mar. 10, 1942. 

* Joseph Frederick Bartlett. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Augusta, Me., Aug. 9, 1852. Ba. C. theol. dept. 1878-79; ord. 
Lisbon, Me., Mar. 14, 1879; p. St. John, N. B., 1881-85; Winter Hill, 
Somerville, Mass., 1885- Mar. 1888; Englewood, 111., Mar. 1888-Apr. 
1892; Austin, Jan. 1893-Mar. 1899; 10th ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Mar. 
1899-Oct. 1906; w. c. 1906-07; in bus. 1907-23; p. Chester Ave. ch., 



138 Students — 1881 

Philadelphia, June 1923-29 (?). d. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 17, 1929. 
D.D., Temple C. 1903, Bu. U. 1903. 

*William Porter Bartlett. 3. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Plymouth, Mass., June 14, 1847. Br. U. 1878; ord. Hudson Centre, 
N. H., June 28, 1881; p. Hudson Centre, 1881- Apr. 1883; Lexington, 
Mass., Dec. 1883-Dec. 1884; Campton Village, N. H., Dec. 1884- Jan. 
1887; Meriden, Jan. 1887-Mar. 1889; North Springfield, Vt., Apr. 
1889-May 1892; North Oxford, Mass., May 1892-Sept. 1893; Man- 
chaug, Oct. 1893-Aug. 1898; s. various ch., Aug. 1898-Dec. 1901; 
act. p. Plymouth, N. H., Dec. 1901- July 1902; Woodstock, Aug. 1902- 
May 1903; p. Tyringham, Mass., Mar. 1904- Aug. 1905; Colebrook, 
Conn., Aug. 1905-Aug. 1907; Richville, N. Y., June 1908- July 1910; 
Parishville, July 1910-Oct. 1911 ; Enfield Center, Tompkins Co., Jan. 
1912-13; Plymouth, N. H. d. Concord, July 6, 1925. 

*Orville Eugene Brown. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Sanbornton, N. H., July 20, 1845. ord. Trov, N. H., Dec. 8, 1881; 
p. Troy, Aug. 1881-Sept. 1884; Carroll, la., Nov. 1884- June 1885; 
Clear Lake, S, Dak., Nov. 1885- June 1888; Leroy, Minn., Mar. 1889- 
Aug. 1890; Hubbard, Sept. 1891-Oct. 1892; ed. Hubbard, June-Sept. 
1893; p. Battle Lake, Apr.-Nov. 1895; Parker's Prairie, Mar. 1898- 
99 ; w. c. Foxhome, Minn. ; Breckenridge ; Philadelphia, Pa., 1909-11 ; 
Franklin, N. H., 1911-18. d. Franklin, Apr. 19, 1918. 

*Thaddeus Guilford Cass. 2. 

b. Decatur, N. Y., Nov.. 17, 1850. M. U. 1878; ord. Maplewood, June 
26, 1879; p. Maplewood, 1870- Apr. 1883; Claremont, N. H., Apr. 
1883-Apr. 1885; Bridgeton, N. J., Apr. 1885-90; Norwich, N. Y., 
1890-97; Malone, 1897-Sept. 1902; Olean, Oct. 1902-Feb. 1906; res. 
Dayarmon, Porto Rico, 1906-15. d. Boston, Mass., Apr. 29, 1915. 

*Edward John Grant. 2. 

b. North Sydney, C. B., May 10, 1849. Hort. A. and Ac. C, 3 yrs.; 
ord. New Albany, N. S., May 1, 1878; p. Dartmouth, Sept. 1880-88; 
stud. Toronto Bapt. C. 1884-85; p. Sussex, N. B., 1889-95; lect. 1895- 
96; p. Summerside, P. E. I., Mar. 1898-May 1900; Arcadia, N. S., 
May 1900-Oct. 1905; Petitcodiac, Oct. 1905-Oct. 1906; Hampton, 
N. B., Apr. 1907-May 1910; field rep. The Maritime Baptist, May 
1910-27. d. Truro, N. S., Mar. 15, 1927. 

* John Mervin Hull. 2. 

b. Ludlow, Vt., Feb. 10, 1854. Mid. C. 1877; ord. Windsor, Vt., Sept. 
15, 1881; p. Windsor, May 1880- July 1885; Kingston, Mass., Feb. 
1886- Jan. 1893; Weston, Feb. 1893-Feb. 1900; health failed; lit. work, 
Feb. 1900-23; res. Concord, Mass., 1900-20; Ludlow, Vt., 1920-23. 
d. Ludlow, Dec. 12, 1923. 

*Henry Hatcher Johnson. 2. 

b. Bedford Co., Va., May 4, 1850. Richmond Inst., Va., 1870 ?-75; 
ord. Bedford City, Aug. 25, 1872 ; p. Norwich, Conn., July 1875- June 
1876; New Bedford, Mass., July 1876- June 1878; p. Halifax, N. S., 
July 1881-Mar. 1884; gen. agt. F. M. Conv., colored; p. New Haven, 
Conn., aut. 1884-87; health failed; p. Halifax, N. S., Sept. 1892-94; 
man. ed. The Connecticut Banner, 1894-?; res. New Haven, Conn. 
d. New Haven, Nov. 21, 1916. 

*Alpheus Price Leftwich. 1. 

b. Liberty, Va., 1848. How. U. 1875; ord. Sept. 1875; W. T. S. 1878- 
80 (N. T. I. 1880-81) ; res. Newark, N. J., 1881. d. Newark, N. J., 
1881. 

:: William McGregor. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Black River, P. E. I., Oct. 31, 1843. Norm. Sch., Charlottetown ; 



Students — 1881 139 

s. Stratford eh., Coos, N. H., June 1881-Feb. 1882; ord. Priceville 
Ont., Aug. 6, 1882; p. Priceville and Flesherton, 1882-84; Vittoria 
1884-86; Forestville and St. Williams, 1866-87; The Range, N. B. 
Hopewell, 1891-92; Hill Grove, N. S., 1893-95; Barton; Tancook, spg 
1897-sum. 1898; w. c. North Range, 1898-99; St. John, N. B., 1900-01 
author, d. South Range, Digby Co., Aug. 20, 1901. 

*Roswell Curtis Mosher. 1. 

b. Howard, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1853. Kal. C. 1878; B. U. T. S. 1879-81; 
ord. Kalamazoo, Mich., June 27, 1881; p. Dexter, July 1881-Oct. 1884, 
Herman, Minn., 1884-87; St. Paul, 1888-91; Albert Lea, 1895-Aug. 
1903; Hudson, Wis., Aug. 1903-06; author, d. Missoula, Mont., May 
10, 1906. 

*Douglas Haszard Simpson. 2. 

b. Cavendish, P. E. I., July 29, 1850. Ac. C. 1876; ord. Montague, 
P. E. I., Oct. 1, 1876; p. Montague, 1876-77; miss, work, P. E. 1. 1877- 
78; B. U. T. S. 1881-82; p. Williamsville, N. Y. 1880-Dec. 1884; 
Atlanta, la., 1884-86; Stillwater, Minn., 1886-88; Hantsport, N. S., 
1888-89; Bear River, 1889-92; North Middleboro, Mass., 1892-94; 
Berwick, N. S., 1895-1903; Billtown, 1903-07; Gibson, N. B., 1907-09; 
Annapolis, N. S., 1909-10; New Germany, N. S., 1910-12. d. Middle- 
ton, N. S., May 31, 1912. 

^Andrew Judson Sturtevant. 1. 

b. Fayette, Me., May 20, 1852. C. U. 1877; ord. East Oakland, Calif., 
May 10, 1880; p. Sonora, Feb. 1880- Jan. 1884; Vallejo, June 1884- 
Mar. 1888; Phoenix, Ariz. Ter., Mar.-Oct. 1888; Oakland, Calif., Nov. 
1888- Apr. 1890; Napa, May 1890- June 1894; Em. ch., Sacramento, 
July 1894- June 1899; Albany, Ore., June 1899- June 1901; Fort 
Bragg, Calif., Mar. 1902-Oct. 1910 ; Mem. ch., Sacramento, Jan.-Sept. 
1911; Westport, Mendocino Co., Nov. 1911-13; Petaluma, 1913-14; 
Gonzales, 1914-17 ; Willits, 1917- ? ; author ; chapl. Calif. State Senate, 
1899 ; res. Modesto, Calif, d. Modesto, Nov. 29, 1927. 

*Henry Marcus Thompson. 2. 

b. Windsor, Vt., Nov. 26, 1854. C. U. 1878; ord. St. Mary's O., June 
15, 1880; p. St. Mary's, May 1880-Nov. 1881; Iowa City, la., Nov. 
1881-Apr. 1885; Iowa Falls, Apr. 1885-Aug. 1888; Mem. ch., Hart- 
ford, Conn., Aug. 1888-Nov. 1919 ; Stonington, Conn., Nov. 1919-28 ; 
chapl. Conn. Senate, 1895-1897. d. Groton, Nov. 14, 1928. D.D., 
Cy. C. 1906. 

*John William Weeks. 2. 

b. Sydnev, C. B., Nov. 6, 1847. Ac. C. ; ord. Chester, N. S., Sept. 1, 
1880; p. Chester, May 1880-Dec. 1882; Liverpool, Jan. 1883-Dec. 
1887; Smith's Falls, Ont., Jan. 1888-Dec. 1894; Guelph, Jan. 1895- 
Dec. 1904; Sydney, N. S., Jan. 1905-12; res. Sydney, d. Sydney, 
Jan. 25, 1919. 

*William Marston Weeks. 1. 

b. Marston's Mills, Mass., June 14, 1859. M. T. S. 1876-78; T. D. S. 
1878-80 (N. T. I. 1880-81) ; ord. St. John, N. B., Apr. 7, 1881; p. St. 
John, Mar. 1881-Mar. 1882; Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, Mass., 
1882-83; Rock, June 1883-84; East Cambridge, Apr. 1884-87; Miles 
City, Mont., 1888-89; Easton, Conn., 1889-91; Livingston, Mont., 
1891-92; supt. schs., Miles City, 1892-93; p. Easton, Conn., 1894-98; 
prin. high sch., Woodbury, Conn., 1899-1900; p. 1st Cong, ch., Ches- 
ter, Mass., 1901-04; Andover, Conn., 1904-07; Shullsburg, Wis., 1910- 
16; Amicable Cong, ch., Tiverton, R. I., 1916-28. d. Tiverton, Aug. 
30, 1928. B.D., Y. U. 1896; LL.B., Cumberland U., Lebanon, Tenn., 
1908, U. Me. 1909; LL.M., U. Me. 1910. 



140 Students — 1 881 

*George Dana Boardman Wheeler. 1. (E.) 

b. Warwick, Mass., Sept. 14, 1840. ord. East Bethel, Vt., Dec. 1878; 
p. East Bethel, 1878- Aug. 1880; Newport, 1880-82; East Hardwick, 
1882-87; Cavendish, Sept. 1887-Dec. 1892; Seventh Day Adv. ch., 
Boston, Mass., Oct. 1893-Oct. 1897; Washington, D. C, Oct. 1897- 
July 1898; in rel. lib. work, 1893-1904; field sec. Intern. Rel. Lib. 
Assoc, spg. 1898-1904; res. South Lancaster, Mass., July 1898-Feb. 
1904; p. South Lancaster, 1900-1904; author, d. South Lancaster, 
Feb. 28, 1904. 

*William Bowers Winn. 2.5. 

b. Salem, Mass., Nov. 22, 1856. Br. U. 1878; ord. Fort Collins, Colo., 
Mar. 15, 1882; p. Fort Collins, 1882; Denver, 1882-83; Santa Cruz, 
Calif., 1883-84; Cong, ch., Auburn, 1884-85; newsp. publ., 1885-1903; 
ed. and prop. The Pacific Oil Reporter, Nov. 1899-Sept. 1903. d. 
Berkeley, Calif., Sept. 9, 1903. 

1882 

*EDWARD ERNEST ATKINSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., May 15, 1853. Br. U. 1879 ; ord. Fort Dodge, 
la., Nov. 1, 1882; p. Fort Dodge, Sept. 1882-Dec. 1883; Duluth, Minn., 
Dec. 1883-Sept. 1884; H. U. D. S. 1884-87; Epis. Theol. Sch., Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1887-88 ; ord. Epis. dea., Cambridge, June 20, 1888, pt., 
Jamaica Plain, June 5, 1889; r. Chicopee, May 1888-Mar. 1890; St. 
Peters ch., Jamaica Plain, Mar. 1890- June 1891; post-grad. H. U. 
1893-97; instr. Belmont Sch., 1893-95; min. in charge Christ ch., 
Cambridge, Oct. 1897-Oct. 1898; St. Paul's ch., Newburyport, 1898- 
99; ch. of the Epiphany, Providence, R. I., Feb.- July, 1901; St. 
Thomas' ch., Taunton, Mass., Dec. 1901-June 1902, Aug. 1904-Feb. 
1906; master St. Paul's sch., Concord, N. H., Oct. 1902- June 1904; 
min. in charge eh. of the Holy Spirit, Mattapan, Mass., Dec. 1907- 
Apr. 1908; Christ ch., Quincy, Nov. 1908- Apr. 1909; St. Peter's ch., 
Cambridge, May-Nov. 1910; res. Cambridge, d. Cambridge, Jan. 19, 
1917. 

*CHARLES PATTISON BENNETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 22, 1851. Br. U. 1879 ; ord, Emery's Mills, 
Me., Sept. 8, 1882; p. Shapleigh and Emery's Mills, 1882-Mar. 1888; 
Limerick, Apr. 1888-Nov. 1889; in bus., Colorado Springs, Colo., May 
1890-1942. d. Colorado Springs, Aug. 2, 1942. 

*HORACE WARD BUCKLES. 3. Grad. 

b. Conover, O., May 22, 1857. D. U. 1879; ord. Bucyrus, O., Nov. 7, 
1882; p. Bucyrus, Sept. 1882- June 1884; Burlington, Kans., Oct. 
1884-86; in bus.; Ottawa, Kans., 1886-89; p. Dunkirk, Ind., 1890-99; 
Fostoria, O., 1899-1900; Bellefontaine, 1901-03; Madisonville, 1904- 
07; Bethel, 1908-09; Perry, 1909-19; Jefferson, 1919-22; Apopka, 
Fla., 1922-24; Youngstown, O., 1925-26. d. Youngstown, Apr. 21, 
1926. 

*JOHN LEWIS DART. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, S. C, Mar. 10, 1854. At. U. 1879; ord. Newton Cen- 
tre, June 18, 1882; instr. Way. S., Washington, D. C, 1882-83; tea.' 
Washington, 1883-84; p. Providence, R. I., Oct. 1884-Nov. 1885; 
Augusta, Ga., Dec. 1885- July 1886; Charleston, S. C, July 1886-1915. 
d. Charleston, July 17, 1915. 

♦FREDERIC EX.1 DEWHURST. 3. Grad. 

b. Bradford, Me., Apr. 20, 1855. C. U. 1878; ord. Wollaston Heights, 
June 22, 1882; p. Wollaston Heights, 1882- July 1887; Burlington, 
Vt., Oct. 1887-92; Plymouth Un. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., June 1892- 



Students — 1882 141 

aut. 1899; U. Cong, ch., Chicago, 111., Jan. 1900-Nov. 1906; author. 
d. Chicago, Nov. 13, 1906. 

*JOHN RUSSELL GOW. 3. Grad. 

b. Waterville, Me., Oct. 20, 1855. Br. U. 1877; ord. Fair Haven, Vt., 
July 6, 1882; p. Fair Haven, 1882-Dec. 1885; 2d ch., Bridgeport, 
Conn., Jan. 1886-Mar. 1891; Hyde Park ch., Chicago, 111., Apr. 1891- 
June 1895; Perkins St. ch., Somerville, Mass., July 1895-Nov. 1908; 
1st ch., Brattleboro, Vt., Nov. 1908- Apr. 1913; Olivet ch., Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Oct. 1914-June 1918. d. Minneapolis, June 12, 1918. 
D.D., Cy. C. 1908. 

*NATHAN HUNT. 3. Grad. 

b. Milton, Mass., Apr. 3, 1848. C. U. 1879; ord. Milton, Nov. 22, 
1882; p. Milton, 1882-Feb. 1890; East Milton and Quincy, Feb. 1890- 
Dec. 1894; miss. Me. Bapt. Conv., Jan. 1895-1915; colp. A. B. P. S., 
Oct. 1908-15; p. Morrill, Me., Jan. 1915- Jan 1925. d. Morrill, Jan. 
23, 1925. 

*LYMAN WINSLOW KING. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton Centre, Mass., June 21, 1855. Br. U. 1879 ; ord. Mt. Holly, 
Vt., May 15, 1883; p. Mt. Holly, Jan. 1883-June 1889; s. s. West Rox- 
bury, Mass., Feb.-Dec. 1894; p. West Roxbury, Jan. 1895-Dec. 1897; 
w. c. Newton Centre, 1889-94; 1897-1923. d. Newton Centre, May 
19, 1923. 

*ALFRED GIDEON LANGLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Newport, R. I., Apr. 11, 1855. Br. U. 1876; post-grad. 1882-83; 
instr. Phil., Yank. C, S. Dak., 1885-86; instr. Lat., Rogers Sch., New- 
port, R. I., 1889; priv. tut. and tea. mus., Newport, 1883-85, 1886- 
1926; cond. Philharmonic Soc, Newport, 1896-1913; organist, Un. 
Cong, ch., Newport, 1900-13; and dir. mus., 1907-13; priv. tut., St. 
George's Sch., Newport, 1908-11; sec. Redwood Lib. and Athenaeum, 
Newport, 1908-26. d. Newport, R, I., Jan. 29, 1926. 

*BURTON WELLESLEY LOCKHART. 3. Grad. 

b. Lockhartville, N. S., Jan. 24, 1855. Ac. C. 1878; ord. Suffield, 
Conn., Sept. 22, 1882; p. 2d ch., Suffield, 1882-Sept. 1888; 3d. Cong, 
ch., Chicopee, Mass., Oct. 1888-Nov. 1893; Franklin St. Cong, ch., 
Manchester, N. H., 1893-1921; p. em. 1921-37; res. Manchester, d. 
Manchester, Feb. 13, 1937. D.D., D. C. 1896. 

*GEORGE MERRIAM. 3. Grad. 

b. China, Me., Nov. 30, 1856. C. U. 1879 ; or d. Abilene, Kans., Jan. 
23, 1883; p. Abilene, Oct. 1882- June 1885; Solomon City, Oct. 1882- 
Oct. 1888; Osage City, Oct. 1888-Oct. 1892; Freeport, Me., Oct. 1892- 
1904; Bethany ch., Skowhegan, Me., Oct. 1904- Jan. 1940; Me. cor. 
Watchman and Watchman-Examiner, d. Skowhegan, Jan. 6, 1941. 

*WILLIAM FOWLER PARKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Kilkenny, Ire., Feb. 16, 1855. ord. Hampton Village, N. B., Nov. 
23, 1882; p. Hampton Village and Norton, Aug. 1882- Aug. 1884; 
Woodstock, Sept. 1884- Aug. 1887; St. Martin's, Sept. 1887- Aug. 
1890; Truro, N. S., Sept. 1890-Oct. 1896; Yarmouth, Nov. 1896-Oct. 
1902; Windsor, Nov. 1902-Nov. 1906; Ottawa, Ont., Dec. 1906-Dec, 
1912; Sussex, N. B., Jan. 1913-Sept. 1915; chapl. 64th Battalion, 
C. E. F., Sept. 1915-Nov. 1919; disab.; p. m. Sussex, N. B., 1920-36. 
d. Sussex, Nov. 8, 1942. 

*EDWIN CAREY WHITTEMORE. 3. Grad. 

b. Dexter, Me., Apr. 29, 1858. C. U. 1879; ord. New Boston, N. H., 
July 16, 1882; p. New Boston, 1882-Oct. 1884; Auburn, Me., Nov. 
1884-Oct. 1889; Damariscotta, Oct. 1889-Oct. 1899; Waterville, Nov. 



142 Students — 1882 

1899- Jan. 1914; fin. sec. Cob. C. I., 1914-?; dir. for Me., New World 
Movement, 1919-24; sec. Miss. Bd. Co-operation, Me., 1924-?; author. 
d. Waterville, Nov. 1, 1932. D.D., Cy. C. 1903. 

^FREDERICK MARK YOUNG. 3. Grad. 

b. St. George, N. B., June 20, 1855. B. S. N. B., 1873; ord. Antigo- 
nish, N. S., Sept. 12, 1882; p. Antigonish, July 1882- June 1886; Dor- 
chester, N. B., July 1886- June 1888; Ohio, N. S., Sept. 1888-Nov. 
1889; Bridgetown, Dec. 1889-Sept. 1900; North Sydney, C. B., Sept. 
1900-Oct. 1903; Parrsboro, N. S., Oct. 1903-Oct. 1910. d. Parrsboro, 
Oct. 22, 1910. Ph.B., Natl. U., Chicago, 111. 



*Charles Washington Booth. 0.5. 

b. Flint, Mich., Jan. 22, 1850. M. U. 1876-79; ord. Forest City, 
Minn., Sept. 5, 1882; p. Forest City, Feb. 1882-May 1883; M. U. T. S. 
1883-86; p. New Hartford, N. Y., May 1886-May 1890; Maine, N. Y., 
July 1890-Oct. 1892; Braman Corners, Oct. 1892- July 1896; Johnson 
Creek, July 1896-Dec. 1897; Salamanca, Jan. 1898- Aug. 1900; Pan- 
ama, Aug. 1900- Aug. 1902; Locke, 1902-05; Hartwick, 1906-09; Mt. 
Upton, 1909-?. d. Warren, O., Dec. 7, 1916. 

* William Anderson McKillop. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Inverness, P. Q., Dec. 1, 1847. (N. T. 1. 1880-83) ; ord. Eau Claire, 
Wis., Aug. 29, 1883; p. Eau Claire, July 1883-Dec. 1892; South ch., 
Milwaukee, Dec. 1892- July 1898; Waukesha, July 1898; Aug. 1904; 
Racine, Aug. 1904-Sept. 1910; res. Milwaukee, Wis., 1910-21. d. 
Milwaukee, Jan. 8, 1921. 

*John Wilbur Richardson. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 12, 1854. ord. Mystic, Conn., Dec. 25, 1881; 
p. Mystic, Nov. 1881-Dec. 1882; Huntington St. ch., New London, 
Jan. 1883- Jan. 1885; Waterbury, Feb. 1885-Oct. 1887; Stamford, Oct. 
1887- Jan. 1892; Centennial ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Feb.-Oct. 1892; Park 
Ave. ch., Plainfield, N. J., Nov. 1892-Feb. 1903; Stamford, Conn., 
Feb. 1903-Jan. 1916; Belfast, Me., Jan. 1916-July 1918; s. Weston, 
Mass., Oct. 1918- June 1919; p. Gouverneur, N. Y., Dec. 1919-Dec. 
1924; Tully, N. Y., Dec. 1924-32; ret.; res. Stamford, Conn., 1932-40. 
d. Stamford, Apr. 4, 1940. 

*Samuel Augustus Severance. 2. 

b. Elizabethtown, N. J., May 28, 1844. Br. U. 1879; ord. Waltham, 
June 10, 1881; p. Turner, Me., 1881-83; Maplewood, Mass., June 
1883-Aug. 1889; Keene, N. H., Sept. 1889-Sept. 1891. d. Keene, 
Sept. 23, 1891. 

1883 

*JOSEPH WEBB BRIGHAM. 1. Grad. 

b. Dover, 111., Sept. 11, 1852. U. Kans. 1879; B. U. T. S. 1879-82 
ord. Milwaukee, Wis., June 30, 1881; p. Evangel ch., Chicago, 111, 
Sept. 1881- July 1882; West Boylston, Mass., Feb. 1884-Oct. 1885 
Spring Hill, Conn., Sept. 1886- June 1888; Dorchester Temple ch. 
Boston, Mass., July 1888- July 1896 ; Inman Sq. ch., Cambridge, Sept 
1897-May 1900; Immanuel ch., Dorchester, Oct. 1900-Nov. 1901 
instr. Gordon Bib. Trn. Sch., 1904-08, Gordon Sch., N. T. I. 1908- 
11 ; res. Dorchester Center, d. Dorchester, Dec. 6, 1925. Ph.D., 
Bost. U. 1911; D.D., Potomac U. 1908. 

*CHARLES EDWIN BURDETTE. 3. Grad. 

b. Peoria, 111., Feb. 23, 1854. Br. U. 1880; ord. Peoria, 111., Sept. 11, 
1883; miss. A. B. M. U., Tura, Assam, 1883-85; Gauhati, 1885-1906; 
s. s. Cent, ch., Chicopee, Mass., Apr. 1910-Sept. 1913; res. Springfield, 
1913-24; Salt Lake City, Utah, 1924-26; Mc Williams, Ala., 1926-28; 



Students — 1883 143 

San Juan and Hatillo, Porto Rico, 1930-31; Arroyo, 1930-31; 
Guayama, 1931. d. San Juan, Nov. 27, 1932. 

*CHARLES WELLINGTON CAMP. 3. Grad. 

b. Jemseg, N. B., Jan. 15, 1856. Norm. Sch., Fredericton, 1876-78; 
ord. Fairville, N. B., June 29, 1883; p. Fairville, June 1883- June 
1885; Hillsboro, Dec. 1885-Mar. 1898; Sussex, Apr. 1898-June 1906; 
Leinster St. ch., St. John, July 1906-Dec. 1915; Campbellton, Jan. 
1916-?; res. St. John, N. B. d. St. John, Dec. 30, 1935. M.A., Ac. U. 
1905; B.D., Temple U. 1908; D.D., Ac. U. 1925. 

*JOHN LORING CRANE. 3. Grad. 

b. East Braintree, Mass., Oct. 18, 1856. Br. U. 1880 ; ord. Narragan- 
sett, R. I., Oct. 10, 1883; p. Narragansett, 1883-Oct. 1886; Sheldon- 
ville, Mass., May 1887-May 1898; Allenton, R. I., May 1898-1900; 
Rumney, N. H., Apr. 1900-May 1909; s. Mendon, Mass., July 1918- 
Jan. 1921 ; w.c. Wakefield, Mass., 1921-37. d. Wakefield, Dec. 2, 1937. 

^NATHANIEL GRANT FRENCH. 3. Grad. 

b. Norway, Me., Mar. 12, 1861. Oak Grove S., Vassalboro; ord. 
Harpswell, Me., June 28, 1883; p. Harpswell, June 1883-Sept. 1884; 
State miss., Me., Sept. 1884-Sept. 1887; p. Turner, Oct. 1887-Sept. 
1892; prin. Cent. Bus. C, Lewiston, 1892-93; p. Jay, 1893-99; s. Jay, 
1904-05 ; in bus., Auburn, Me., 1899-1931 ; author, d. Auburn, Sept. 
13, 1931. 

*EDWIN CLARK GOODWIN. 3. Grad. 

b. New Boston, N. H., Feb. 25, 1853. ord. Revere, June 19, 1883; 
p. Revere, 1882-Dec. 1884; Bryant's Pond, Me., Dec. 1884-Oct. 1886; 
Stratford ch., Coos, N. H., Dec. 1886-Sept. 1889; Chester, Nov. 1890- 
Apr. 1895 ; 2d ch., Sanbornton, Dec. 1895- June 1908 ; Grasmere, June 
1908-25. d. Inglewood, Calif., Mar. 20, 1927. 

*RALPH MELBOURNE HUNT. 3. Grad. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., Aug. 11, 1857. Ac. C. 1879 (N. T. I. 1879-81; 
1882-83) ; ord. St. Stephen, N. B., Sept. 27, 1883, p. St. Stephen, 
1883-87; Jamaica Plain, Mass., Jan. 1888-Dec. 1899; act. p. James St. 
ch., Hamilton, Ont., Jan. -sum., 1902. d. Jamaica Plain, Mass.. Oct. 
1, 1902. 

*FRANK JOHN JONES. 3. Grad. 

b. Lebanon, Me., Aug. 8, 1853. C. U. 1878 (N. T. I. 1878-80; 1882- 
83) ; ord. Allenton, R, I., July 7, 1880; p. Allenton, June 1880-Sept. 
1884; Iowa Falls, la., Sept. 1884-85; 1st ch., East Providence, R. I., 
Aug. 1885- June 1888; East Greenwich, June 1888-Oct. 1892; West 
Springfield, Mass., Feb. 1893-Nov. 1894; city miss. Philadelphia, Pa., 
Apr. 1895-Sept. 1898; p. Passyunk Ave. ch., Philadelphia, Oct. 1898- 
Jan. 1902; occ. s. 1902-09; p. Garden Grove, Calif., in 1911; cor. 
Examiner, 1895-1900; res. Philadelphia, Pa. d. Philadelphia, Oct. 
19, 1919. 

*WILLIAM HOYLE LANE. 3. Grad. 

b. Valley Falls, R. I., Dec. 5, 1852. Br. U. 1880; B.D., N. T. I. 1910; 
ord. Dexter, Me., May 14, 1884; p. Dexter, 1884-Mar. 1886; Yar- 
mouthville, Nov. 1886-Nov. 1890 ; asst. p. Cent, ch., Providence, R. I., 
Dec. 1890-Aug. 1894; p. Shawomet ch., Warwick, Dec. 1895-Mar. 
1912; Tab. ch., Fiskeville, Apr. 1913-July 1916; sec. and lib. Old 
Warwick League, 1920-36; cor. rel. papers; res. Shawomet, R. I. d. 
Shawomet, Mar. 15, 1936. 

*EDWARD ALVAH MASON. 3. Grad. 

b. Jersey City, N. J., Mar. 15, 1859. N. Y. U. 1880 ; ord. Farmington, 
Me., Sept. 25, 1883; p. Farmington, Aug. 1883-Jan. 1886; Blue Hill, 



144 Students — 1883 

Feb. 1886-May 1891; Ellsworth, Aug. 1891-May 1896; Dexter, Nov. 
1896-Nov. 1901; gen. sec. Me. State S. S. Assoc, and ed. Maine State 
Sunday School Star, Jan. 1902- July 1904; act. p. Oakland, 1904-05; 
South Bristol, July 1905-Oct. 1908; Saxton's River, Vt., Oct. 1908- 
Oct. 1913 ; ex. sec. New England Kurn Hattin Homes, Oct. 1913- Apr. 
1919; p. Somerset, Mass., June 1921-Dec. 1923; ret. d. East Wilton, 
Me., Sept. 6, 1924. 

*WILLIAM FRANKLIN SLOCUM. 3. Grad. 

b. Eaton, N. Y., July 5, 1853. M. U. 1878; ord. Wooster, O., Aug. 30, 
1883; p. Wooster, 1883-87; Logansport, Ind., Jan. 1888-90; Orange, 
Mass., May 1890- Jan. 1894; Urbana, O., Jan. 1894-96; Montour Falls, 
N. Y., 1896-1908; in bus.; res. New York City. d. Penn Yan, N. Y., 
Aug. 5, 1919. 

*WESLEY LORENZO SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 28, 1856. Br. U. 1880; ord. Providence, 
R. L, May 7, 1883; p. Mt. Pleasant ch., Providence, June 1883-Aug. 
1888; Weymouth, Mass., Sept. 1888- Apr. 1894; org. eh., Braintree 
and p., Nov. 1891- Apr. 1893; p. Fells ch., Melrose, May 1894-May 
1897; org. Bridgewater ch., Dec. 1897; p. Bridgewater and West 
Bridgewater, Oct. 1897- Apr. 1909; 1st ch., Merrimac, Mass., Apr. 
1909-Feb. 1913; res. Roxbury. d. Roxbury, Nov. 28, 1913. 

* ALBERT DAY SPAULDING. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton Centre, Mass., Mar. 10, 1859. C. A. 1880; ord. Leicester, 
July 18, 1882; p. Leicester, 1882-86; West Brattleboro, Vt., 1886-89; 
Somerset, Mass., Mar. 1889- Jan. 1893 ; North Scituate, Jan. 1893- Jan. 
1900; in bus., Jan. 1900-38; res. North Scituate. d. Scituate, 1938. 

*WILLIAM OAKMAN STEARNS. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton Centre, Mass., Nov. 18, 1855. H. U. 1878 (N. T. I. 1879- 
80, 1881-83) ; ord. Cazenovia, N. Y., Oct. 9, 1884; p. Cazenovia, Sept. 
1884-June 1893; s. Glens Falls, July 1893-May 1895; p. May 1895- 
Apr. 1905; tea. Theol., Colg. T. S., Jan- Apr. 1906; p. 1st Cazenovia 
ch., New Woodstock, N. Y., Apr. 1906-Apr. 1918; p. Cong ch., Hamil- 
ton, N. Y., 1918-28; res. Hamilton, N. Y. d. Hamilton, April 9, 1940. 
D.D., Colg. U. 1916. Son of O. S. Stearns, class of 1846. 

*ALBERT WALTER WEEKS. 3. Grad. 

b. Wadhurst, England, Jan. 8, 1854. W. A. 1876-80; ord. Palmer, 
Nov. 1885-92; Dewey St. ch., Worcester, 1893-95; w. c. Worcester, 
1895-1909; prof. Jackson C, Jackson, Miss., 1909-1911; act. p. Oak 
Hill ch., Worcester, Mass., June 1920- June 1923 ; res. Worcester, d. 
Worcester, June 21, 1935. 

*DREW THOMPSON WYMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Livermore, Me., Nov. 23, 1852. C. U. 1878 (N. T. I. 1878-79; 1881- 
83); ord. Spencer, Jan. 20, 1880; p. Spencer, Dec. 1879-Dec. 1881; 
West Somerville, July 1882- June 1891; Lewiston, Me., July 1891-Dec. 
1893; ev., Me., N. H., Mass., and Conn., Jan. 1894-Sept. 1895; p. North 
ch., Brockton, Mass., Oct. 1895-Oct. 1901; Pilgrim ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Mar. 1902-Feb. 1908; associational p. Black River and St. Lawrence 
Assocs., Mar. 1908-May 1910; act. p. East Somerville, Mass., Oct. 
1910-June 1911; p. Arlington Heights, Sept. 1911- Aug. 1913; Nan- 
tucket, Feb. 1914- Apr. 1916; Pocasset, May 1917-Mar. 1921; West- 
minster, Oct. 1921-Oct. 1927; p. em. 1927-41; author, d. Westmin- 
ster, Feb. 27, 1941. 



*Isaac Chipman Archibald. 2. 

b. Upper Stewiacke, N. S., Jan. 9, 1852. Ac. C. 1880; ord. Halifax, 
N. S., Oct. 18, 1882; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Bobbili, Madras 



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Presidency, India, 1883-86, and Bimlipatam, Jan. 1885-Sept. 1886; 
Chicacolle, 1887-1924; memb. munic. coun., 15 yrs. ; memb. Co. and 
Dist. bds. Madras Presidency, d. Chicacole, Jan. 4, 1924. 

*Samuel McCully Black. 2. Cert. 

b. Amherst, N. S., Jan. 28, 1846. Ac. C. 1874; H. U. 1876 (N. T. I. 
1876-77; 1882-83, omitted some stud, and rec. spec, cert.) ; ord. Ber- 
wick, N.'S., Jan. 1878; p. Berwick, 1877-80; Liverpool, 1880-83; 
Westport, 1883-85 ; Kentville, 1885-88 ; ed. Messenger and Visitor, St. 
John, N. B., 1890-95 ; Maritime Baptist, 1895-1909. d. St. John, Aug. 
23, 1909. D.D., Ac. U. 1898. 

* Joseph Allison Cahill. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Sackville, Westmoreland Co., N. B., May 6, 1847. Tea. 1871-75; 
B. S. N. B.; ord. Kingsclear, N. B., Mar. 17, 1875; p. Kingsclear, 
1875-76; miss. Canterbury, 1876-77; p. two chs., Richmond, 1877-78; 
Jacksonville, 1878-81; p. Carleton, N. B., 1883-87; Summerside, 
P. E. I., 1887-92; Centreville, N. B., Oct. 1892-Oct. 1899; Jackson- 
ville, Oct. 1899-Oct. 1905; Hodgdon, Me., Mar. 1905-Mar. 1909; Cold- 
stream, N. B., Aug. 1909-Oct. 1911; East Florenceville, Oct. 1911-?; 
Bridgewater, Me., 1913-14. d. Portland, May 23, 1914. 

*John Elijah Case. 2. 

b. Patten, Me., Nov. 27, 1856. C. U. 1880 ; ord. Newton Centre, May 
18, 1882; miss. A. B. M. U., Toungoo, Burma, Nov. 1882-87; Mying- 
yan, 1887-1901; health failed; in U. S., 1901-38. d. Westboro, Mass., 
Feb. 28, 1938. 

* Arthur Crawley Chute. 1. 

b. Digby, N. S., Apr. 10, 1853. Ac. C. 1881; B. U. T. S. 1881-82, 
1883-84 (N. T. I. 1882-83) ; ord. Stillman Valley, 111., Dec. 23, 1884; 
p. Stillman Valley, 1884-89; 1st ch., Austin, 1889-92; 1st ch., Halifax, 
N. S., 1892- Aug. 1901; prof. Heb. Lang, and 0. T. Lit., Ac. U., Sept. 
1901-22; dean theol. dept., 1910-22; prof. em. June 1922-36; author; 
res. Wolfville, N. S. d. Wolfville, Sept. 30, 1936. B.D., B. U. T. S. 
1884; D.D., Ac. U. 1901. 

*Lewis Anson Eaton. 2. 

b. Seabrook, N. H., June 4, 1855. M. U. 1880 ; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bangkok, Siam, 1882-Dec. 1895; w. c. Mebane, N. C, 1897-97; p. and 
tea. Swepsonville, 1897-1900; p. Campton, N. H., 1900-03; West 
Townsend, Mass., 1903- June 1905; Westwood, June 1905-May 1908; 
Stamford, Vt., June 1908-09; Cheshire, Mass., 1909-Aug. 1912; res. 
Raynham; Westwood. d. Boston, Apr. 11, 1930. 

^Frederick Wingate Gookin. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 7, 1853. W. A. and Vt. A. ; ord. West Pawlet, 
Vt., Sept. 5, 1883; p. West Pawlet, 1883-84; Monroe, Mich., Dec. 
1884-85; Ira, Vt, Sept. 1886-Aug. 1887; Ashland, Ore., June 1888- 
89; Galesburg, Mich., 1892-95; Centerville, 1895-97; Weston, 1897- 
99; Highland, 1899-1901; w. c. Romeo, 1901-1907; p. Larned, Kans., 
1907-?; Athens; Oakland, Antioch, Mich. d. Romeo, July 31, 1923. 

*Alonzo Grant. 1. (E.) 

b. Weymouth, N .S., Nov. 18, 1846. not ord.; res. Weymouth Bridge, 
N. S. d. Weymouth, Apr. 1, 1920. 

*Charles Kendall Harrington. 1. 

b. Sydney, C. B., Mar. 14, 1858. Ac. C. 1879; pr. Cambellton, N. B., 
1881-82; B. U. T. S. 1882-84, post-grad. 1884-86; ord. Sydney, C. B., 
Sept. 23, 1886 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Yokohama, Japan, Aug. 1886-1920, 
and prof. O. T. Interp. and Exeg., Japan, T. S., 1887-1920; author. 
d. Albany, N. Y., May 13, 1920. D.D., Ac. U. 1905. 



146 Students — 1883 

Francis Percival Stewart Lamb. 2. 
b. Montreal, Can., Sept. 4, 1859. Mag. U. 1 yr.; A. T. S. 1882-83; 
ord. Mar. 4, 1886; pr. Millard Ave., ch., Chicago, 111., 1884-85; pr. 
Unit ch., Moline, 1889-90; Nantucket, Mass., 1893-98; newspaper 
work, 1898- ¥ ; res. Brooklyn, N. Y. in 1909. No further record. 

*Benjamin Rand. 2. 

b. Canning, N. S., July 17, 1856. Ac. C. 1875; H. U. 1879, post-grad. 
1879-80, 1882-85; Heidelburg, U.; tea. Eng., M. I. T., Boston, 1889- 
90; asst. in Phil., H. U., 1891-97, instr., 1897-1902, lib. Phil, dept., 
1906-33; author; res. Cambridge, Mass. d. Canning, N. S., Nov. 9, 
1934. Ph.D., H. U. 1885 ; LL.D., Ac. C. 1925. 

* Arthur Noble Roscoe. 1. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., June 14, 1853. Ac. C. 2 yrs; ord. Port Medway, 
N. S., Mar. 31, 1880; p. Port Medway, 1880; pr. St. George, N. B., 
some mos., 1882; health failed, d. Cornwallis, N. S., July 22, 1884. 

*Hezekiah Albert Spencer. 2. 

b. Mira, C. B., Mar. 18, 1849. Ac. C. 1879; ord. Milford, Mass., July 
12, 1882; p. Milford, 1882-Oct. 1887. d. Milford, Oct. 18, 1887. 

1884 

*GEORGE AARON CLEAVELAND. 3. Grad. 

b. Clarence, N. S., Apr. 2, 1853. ord. North Brookfield, Jan. 14, 1880 ; 
s. North Brookfield, 1879-July 1881; p. Rockport, Dec. 1881-Dec. 
1883; act. p. Cong, ch., Nonantum, Jan.- June, 1884; p. Bapt. ch., 
North Berwick, Me., June 1884-Sept. 1886; Melrose, Mass., Oct. 1886- 
Mar. 1893; Fells, Nov. 1893-Apr. 1894; Riverside, Calif., May 1894- 
July 1899 ; Im. ch., Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 1899-Mar. 1904 ; Loyalty 
ch., Minneapolis, June 1904- June 1905 ; Los Angeles, Calif., Oct. 1905- 
Mar. 1909; Santa Monica, Calif., Sept. 1909-Oct. 1911; author; res. 
Hermosa Beach, Calif, d. Hermosa Beach, Nov. 2, 1922. 

*EBENEZER PRYOR COLDWELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Gaspereaux, N. S., Feb. 19, 1855. Ac. C. 1878; ord. Argyle, N. S., 
Sept. 21, 1880; p. Argyle, June 1878- July 1881; p. Sydney, N. S., 
July 1884- June 1887; Pleasant Valley, July 1887- June 1891; Free- 
port, Aug. 1891- July 1894; Port Lome, Oct. 1894-Oct. 1900; Osborne, 
May 1901-May 1905; Kempt, May 1905- Aug. 1906; New Ross, Oct. 
1906-Oct. 1908; health failed; w. c. Oct. 1908-29; res. Bridgetown, 
N. S. d. Bridgetown, Apr. 1929. 

*WILLIAM HERBERT PERRY FAUNCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Jan. 15, 1859. Br. U. 1880 (N. T. I. 1880-81; 
1882-84); instr. Br. U. 1881-82; ord. Springfield, June 11, 1884; p. 
State St. ch., Springfield, June 1884- Aug. 1889 ; Fifth Ave., ch., New 
York, N. Y., Sept. 1889-99; pres. Br. U. 1899-1929, pres. em. 1929-30; 
lect. U. Chic. ; Lyman Beecher lect. Y. U. 1907-08 ; author ; res. Provi- 
dence, R. I. d. Providence, Jan. 31, 1930. D.D., Br. U. 1895, Y. U. 
1901, H. U. 1904; LL.D., Bay U. 1904, U. A. 1905, D. C. 1910, Wes. 
U. 1910, D. U. 1914, A. C. 1915, Mc.M. U. 1923. Son of D. W. Faunce, 
class of 1854. 

*EDGAR HATFIELD. 3. Grad. 

b. Springfield, N. B., Aug. 27, 1848. B. S. N. B.; B. T. S. 1878-80; 
ord, Blackville, N. B., Sept. 18, 1879; s. Blackville, 1879-81; Carroll 
City, la., 1881; p. Jefferson, Me., June 1884-Oct. 1885; East Lamoine, 
Dec. 1885- Apr. 1886; Wells, June 1886- June 1889; South Newfane, 
Vt., June 1889- Apr. 1893; Westford, May 1893-Feb. 1895; North 
Leverett, Mass., Feb. 1895-Nov. 1898; North Tisbury and West Tis- 
bury, Dec. 1898-1903; Andover, Conn., 1905-Feb. 1910; Guilford, Vt., 



Students — 1884 147 

Mar. 1910-Feb. 1913 ; ret. in ill health ; res. Wales, Mass. d. Wales, 
May 9, 1918. 

""THOMPSON ARCHIBALD HOWARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Middleboro, N. S., Oct. 23, 1855. Ac. C. 1878-80; ord. Amherst, 
N. H., June 18, 1884; p. Amherst, June 1884-June 1886; Pittsfield, 
Nov. 1886- July 1889; Chelmsford, Mass., Aug. 1889-Dec. 1892; Crown 
Hill ch., Nashua, N. H., Dec. 1892-Mar. 1897; Randolph, Vt., Mar. 
1897-Nov. 1901; out of health, 1901-03; p. Whiting, Vt., May 1903- 
Jan. 1913; out of health, 1913-14; p. 1st Cong, ch., Raynham Center, 
Mass., Oct. 1914-Mar. 1922; ret.; res. Milford, N. H. d. Milford, 
July 9, 1932. 

*EPHRAIM HILWORTH JONES. 3. Grad. 

b. St. John, N. B.,. Apr. 8, 1849. ord. St. John, N. B., Aug. 19, 1884; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Sendai, Japan, 1884-1908 ; Sendai and Mito, Dec. 
1908-1920; ret.; res. Los Angeles, Calif, d. Los Angeles, Dec. 24, 
1932. 

*BENONI FRANCIS KELLOGG. 3. Grad. 

b. Minerva, N. Y., Jan. 22, 1856. Vt. A. 1880; ord. West Townsend, 
June 4, 1884; p. West Townsend, 1884-May 1887; Avon, July 1887- 
Aug. 1890; Bristol, Vt., Aug. 1890-94; Fair Haven, July 1894-96; 
Pownal, 1896-1903; West Swanzey, N. H., Sept. 1903-May 1908. d. 
West Swanzey, May 14, 1908. 

*IRVING BEMIS MOWER. 3. Grad. 

b. Cambridge, Me., June 11, 1856. State Norm. Sch., Me., 1878; ord. 
Sharon, May 31, 1883; p. Sharon, 1883-Oct. 1885; Kennebunkport, 
Me., Oct. 1885-May 1892; 1st ch., Skowhegan, June 1892-Nov. 1893; 
South Berwick, Nov. 1893-Nov. 1903 ; cor. sec. Me. Bapt. Miss. Conv., 
1903-15; exec. sec. United Bapt. Conv. of Me., 1915-26; res. Water- 
ville, Me. d. Waterville, Apr. 16, 1929. D.D., Cy. C. 1906. 

*CHARLES EDSON OWEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Leeds, Me., Oct. 25, 1852. C. U. 1879; ord. Oakland, Me., July 3, 
1884; p. Oakland, 1884-Mar. 1890; Gardiner, Mar. 1890-Sept. 1893; 
Houlton, Oct. 1893- Jan. 1901; fin. sec. Cy. C, Jan. 1901-Dec. 1903; 
sec. Christ. Civic League of Me., Dec. 1903-Apr. 1907; supt. Anti- 
Saloon League of Me., Apr. 1907-Apr. 1910 ; sec. Christ. Civic League 
of Me., Apr. 1910-Jan. 1919, supt., Jan. 1919-Mar. 1924, leg. supt., 
Mar. 1924-28; res. Waterville, Me. d. Waterville, June 7, 1941. 
D.D., Cy. C. 1908. 

*FRED MYRON PREBLE. 3. Grad. 

b. Chesterville, Me., Oct. 15, 1855. C. U. 1881; ord. Windsor, Vt., 
Oct. 22, 1885; p. Windsor, 1885-Feb. 1887; w. c. Ludlow, Vt., 1887- 
Feb. 1889; p. Camden, Me., Mar. 1889- June 1898; Auburn, June 
1898- Jan. 1916 ; ret. ; chapl. Vt. State Prison, 1885-87; prof. Ch. Hist., 
C. D. S. 1907-09; author; res. summer, Ludlow, Vt., winter, Riverside, 
Calif, d. Riverside, Feb. 12, 1928. D.D., Cy. C. 1901, Ba. C. 1909. 

*CHARLES CLARENCE SPEAR. 3. Grad. 

b. Danbury, N. H., Oct. 30, 1856. C. U. ; ord. Danbury, N. H., July 
19, 1882; p. Baldwinsville, Mass., July 1884-June 1886; Hudson Cen- 
tre, N. H., Dec. 1886-Feb. 1891; Sanford, Me., Feb. 1891-96; w. c. 
Baldwinsville, Mass., 1896-1922. d. Baldwinsville, July 16, 1922. 

*CHARLES WALTER WILLIAMS. 3. Grad. 

b. Georgetown, Me., Aug. 28, 1850. Ba. C. 1881; ord. Quincy Point, 
July 23, 1884; p. Quincy Point, July 1884-May 1887; West Town- 
send, Sept. 1887-Oct. 1891; South Hanson, Nov. 1891- July 1897; 
Barnstable, Jan. 1898-Aug. 1901; South Chelmsford, Sept. 1901-May 



148 Students — 1884 

1907; North Middleboro, June 1907- Apr. 1912; Becket, Mass., May 
1912-26; p. em. 1926-34; res. Becket. d. Becket, Dec. 17, 1934. 

*JOHN MONROE WYMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Livermore, Me., June 22, 1857. C. U. 1881; ord. Roslindale, July 
19, 1884; p. Roslindale, July 1884-Oct. 1889; Augusta, Me., Oct. 1889- 
Nov. 1900; sup. schs., Augusta, 1893-97; p. Marlboro, Mass., Dec. 
1900-Dec. 1904; Foxboro, Dec. 1904-Nov. 1912; Damariscotta, Me., 
Dec. 1912- Aug. 1918. d. Augusta, Aug. 17, 1918. 



* William Davis Athearn. 1.5. 

b. Vineyard Haven, Mass., June 6, 1854. W. A. 1875-78; ord. Ash- 
field, May 24, 1881; p. Ashfield, Sept. 1880-Sept. 1881; Spencer, Jan. 
1883-May 1886; Waseca, Minn., Sept. 1886-Aug. 1888; Townshend, 
Vt., Oct. 1888-Sept. 1891; Dighton, Mass., Oct. 1891-June 1896; 
Woodville, July 1896-May 1901; Lisbon Falls, Me., May 1901-Nov. 
1903; Buckfield and East Sumner, Nov. 1903-Dec. 1907; East Corinth, 
Dec. 1907-May 1911; sight failed, Mar. 1908; ret.; res. Woodville, 
Mass., June 1911-1913. d. Woodville, Jan. 17, 1913. 

*Jean Charlemagne Bracq. 2. 

b. Cambray, France, May 3, 1853. Mag. U. 1881; ord. Burlington, 
Vt., June 15, 1883; U. stud., Edinburgh, Scot., 1883-84, Paris, France, 
1884-85; rep. sec. Am. McAU Assoc, Philadelphia, Pa., 1885-91; 
assoc. prof. Mod. Lang., Vas. C, 1891-92; prof. 1892-1918; ret.; lect. 
Lowell Inst., Jan. 1898; lect. in Academie des science morales et 
politiques of Paris, 1904; del. to Intern. Peace Congress at Rouen, 
1903; del. to Natl. Peace Congress at Nimes, 1904; decorated by 
French govt.; wrote paper used as historical basis for settlement of 
Newfoundland controversy between France and Great Britain, 1904; 
author ; res. Keene, N. H. d. Keene, Dec. 18, 1934. Litt.D., Colg. U. 
1904; LL.D., Mag. U. 1911. 

*Frederick Mack Gardner. 2. 

b. Salem, Mass., Mar. 24, 1858. C. U. 1881; ord. Winthrop, May 16, 
1883; p. Winthrop, Mav 1883-Apr. 1884; 2d ch., Lawrence, Apr. 
1884-Dec. 1891; Cent. Sq. ch., East Boston, Jan. 1892-Sept. 1898; 
South ch., South Boston, Jan. 1899-Feb. 1910 ; 1st ch., Southern Pines, 
N. C, Oct. 1910-27. d. Southern Pines, Oct. 22, 1927. 

*Gideon Mayo. 2. (E.) 

b. Eden, Me., Nov. 23, 1846. State Norm. Sch., Castine, Me., 1871- 
72; ord. Brooklin, Me., Sept. 2, 1884; p. Brooklin, May 1884- June 
1887; South Paris and Paris Hill, July 1887- June 1889; Harrington, 
Sept. 1889-Nov. 1891; Blue Hill, Nov. 1891-June 1894; Brooklin, 
June 1894- Apr. 1898; w. c. Waterville, 1898-1903; p. Winter Harbor, 
June 1903-Dec. 1907; w. c. Ellsworth, Dec. 1907-Dec. 1909; p. Frank- 
lin, Dec. 1909-Nov. 1915; s. Mt. Desert Cong, ch., 1916-17; Winter 
Harbor ch., Nov. 1917-Oct. 1918; w. c. Bangor, 1918-36. d. 
Bangor (?), Nov. 26, 1936. 

*John Howard Parshley. 2. 

b. New Haven, Conn., July 22, 1856. C. U. 1881; ord. Westboro, 
June 1883; p. Westboro, 1883-May 1884; Woonsocket, R. I., July 
1884-May 1887; Damariscotta, Me., June 1887-May 1889; South 
Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., June 1889-Sept. 1891; Rockland, 
Me., Nov. 1891-Apr. 1897; 1st ch., Lawrence, Mass., May 1897-Nov. 
1899; Moncton, N. B., Dec. 1899-Jan. 1901; inv. d. Bridgewater, 
Mass., Sept. 4, 1907. 

*Charles Lyman Rhoades. 1. (E.) 

b. Elbridge, N. Y., May 13, 1849. ord. Lexington, Jan. 4, 1883; p. 
Lexington, 6 mos. ; West Acton, 1883-87; 4th St. ch., South Boston, 



Students — 1885 T 149 

Jan. 1888-Oct. 1889; Perkins St. ch., Somerville, Oct. 1889-Mar. 1890; 
East Somerville, Apr. 1890-92; Stamford, Conn., July 1892-Dec. 
1897; sec. So. N. Y. dist., A. B. M. U. 1897-Dec. 1910; p. Prospect 
Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 1911-Apr. 1916; Cazenovia, Apr. 1916- 
Feb. 1919; Fredonia, Feb. 1919-Nov. 1923; ret. d. Buffalo, Mar. 31, 
1926. 
*Frank S Weston. 1. (E.) 

b. Weathersfield, Vt., Aug. 25, 1861. Bost. U. 1 yr.; Cong. C. Brit. 
N. Am.; Mag. U. 1881-82; ord. Jay, Me., Oct. 8, 1885; p. Jay, Nov. 
1884-Dec. 1885; Conway, Mass., Dec. 1885-May 1889; West Spring- 
field, June 1889- July 1892; Lincoln Sq. ch., Worcester, Aug. 1892- 
Jan. 1896; Natick, Feb. 1896-Mar. 1903; Westmount ch., Montreal, 
P. Q., Mar. 1903-Oct. 1905; Im. ch., Toronto, Ont., Nov. 1905-Nov. 
1920; instr. Theol., Toronto Bib. C, 1907-09; prof. N. T. Exeg., 1911- 
June 1920, prof. Sys. Theol., Oct. 1920-Sept. 1934; author, d. 
Toronto, Jan. 27, 1941. D.D., Lincoln and Jefferson U. 1920. 

1885 

WILLIAM SULLIVAN AYRES. 3. Grad. 

b. Russelville, Ky., Oct. 10, 1862. S. W. B. C. 1882; ord. Lowell, 
June 4, 1885; p. Worthen St. ch., Lowell, June 1885-Oct. 1891; 1st 
ch., Portland, Me., Nov. 1891-Nov. 1899; Cent, ch., Westfield, Mass., 
Nov. 1909-29 ; ret. ; res. Westfield, Portland, Me. ; ad. 44 North St., 
Portland, Me. 

* ANDREW CHAMBERLAIN. 3. Grad. 

b. Sparta, Va., Aug. 14, 1858. Boston Lat. Sch. ; ord. New Bedford, 
Sept. 30, 1885; p. New Bedford, July 1885-Oct. 1890; Bridgeton, 
N. J., 1890-92; s. Shiloh ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1892-93; p. Ebenezer 
ch., Cumberland, Md., 1893-98; gen. State miss., in co-op with A. B. 
P. S. and the Lott Carey Bapt. Assoc, of Md., Mar.-May 1898. d. 
Baltimore, May 10, 1898. 

*EDWARD ALONZO DAVIS. 3. Grad. 

b. North Chelmsford, Mass., Sept. 20, 1858. U. V. M. 1876-80; ord. 
Trenton, Me., Aug. 12, 1885; p. Trenton, July 1885-Dec. 1886; 
Sedgwick, Dec. 1886-Oct. 1893; Oldtown, Oct. 1893-Oct. 1903; miss. 
Me. Bapt. Conv., Nov. 1903-Apr. 1910; p. South Paris, Apr. 1910- 
Oct. 1914; miss. Un. Bapt. Conv. of Me., 1914-27; res. Lewiston. d. 
Portland, Feb. 1, 1927. 

*FREDERIC WILLIAM FARR. 3. Grad. 

b. Litchfield, Me., Mar. 16, 1860. C. U. 1882; ord. Biddeford, Me., 
Mar. 16, 1886; p. Biddeford, 1886-Sept. 1888; Milford, Mass., Oct. 
1888-Aug. 1891; p. People's ch. and dean Miss. Trn. C, New York, 
N. Y., Aug. 1891-95; p. Bethlehem ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 1895- 
1915; Calvary ch., Los Angeles, Calif., 1915-36; author; res. Los 
Angeles, Calif, d. Los Angeles, June 24, 1939. S.T.D., Temple C. 
1906. 

*GEORGE RICE HOVEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton Centre, Mass., Jan. 17, 1860. Br. U. 1882; act. p. Harri- 
son, Me., Nov. 1896-May 1897; prof. Heb. and O. T. Lit., Rich. T. S. 
1887-91; prof. Gr. Interp. and Heb. 1891-97; pres. Way. S. and C, 
1897-99; prof. Theol., Psy., and Eth., Va. Un. U., 1899-1919; vice- 
pres., 1899-1905, pres. 1905-19; sec. of Educ, A. B. H. M. S. 1919- 
30; exec. dir. Nat. Ministers' Inst., 1930-35; author since 1925, Alvah 
Hovey, his life and letters, 1932. d. Upper Montclair, N. J., Jan. 28, 
1943. D.D., Temple C. 1901, Br. U. 1902. 



150 Students — 1885 

*ROBERT MacDONALD. 3. Grad. 

b. Liverpool, N. S., July 22, 1860. Ac. C. 1878-79; ord, Georgetown, 
June 1, 1885; p. Georgetown, 1885-Sept. 1887; Methuen, Oct. 1887- 
Apr. 1891; Warren Ave. ch., Boston, May 1891-Dec. 1897; H. U., 
1894; p. Washington Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Jan. 1898-1915; 
Plymouth ch., Worcester, Mass., 1915-25; author; res. Worcester, 
Mass., act. p. Lawrence St. ch., Miami Beach, Fla., 1929. d. Miami 
Beach, Mar. 15, 1937. A.M., H. U. 1895; S.T.B., ibid. 1896; D.D., 
Ac. U. 1905; Ph.D., N. Y. U. 1910. 

*MANUEL CASAUS MARIN. 3. Grad. 

b. Zaragoza, Spain, Dec. 22, 1857. C. U. 1882; ord. Boston. Oct. 20, 
1886; miss. A. B. M. U., Barcelona, Spain, Nov. 1886-1910. d. Saba- 
dell, Jan. 3, 1910. 

*GEORGE DANA SANDERS. 3. Grad. 

b. Patten, Me., July 11, 1851. C. U. 1882; ord. East Gloucester, June 
22, 1885; p. Chapel St. ch., Gloucester, June 1885- June 1893; health 
failed, chapl. 8th Mass. Mil., May 1890-98; on Gen. J. F. Sangor's 
staff, Matanzas, Cuba, Jan.-May, 1899; p. Unit, ch., Waterville, Me., 
Jan. 1905-14; 1st Unit, ch., Houlton, Dec. 1914-Sept. 1918. d. Patten, 
Me., Sept. 8, 1918. 

*ELI NOYES SMITH. 3. Grad. 

b. Toronto, Can., Dec. 6, 1853. L. U. 1874; ord. Springfield, July 1, 
1885; p. 3d ch., Springfield, 1885- Aug. 1889; prin. Howe A., New 
Iberia, La., Sept. 1889-96. d. Boston, Mass., Sept. 3, 1896. 

*HOWARD BENJAMIN TILDEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Chesterville, Me., Sept. 13, 1848. C. U. 1878; ord. Lamoine, Me., 
Oct. 1880; p. Lamoine, Feb. 1880-Sept. 1882; p. Edgartown, Mass., 
1885-88; Chester, Vt., Aug. 1888-91; Cherryfield, Me., Mar. 1891-93; 
ev. Me., Mass., Vt., la., 1893-96; p. Dover and Foxcroft, Me., 1896- 
1900 ; Waldoboro, 1901- June 1904 ; Bar Harbor, July 1904-05 ; Tenants 
Harbor, 1905-08; w. c. Surry, 1908-09; act. p. Cong, ch., Peru, Vt., 
1909-13; p. Bapt. ch., Jamaica, 1914-15. d. Jamaica, Vt., Dec. 6, 
1915. 

*GEORGE BOICE TITUS. 3. Grad. 

b. Westport, N. S., Dec. 4, 1849. Ac. C. 1875-77; ord. Osborne, N. S., 
Mar. 26, 1874; p. Osborne, Sept. 1873-Sept. 1875; Beaver River and 
Port Maitland, Sept. 1877-Sept. 1882; p. Saco, Me., July 1885-Nov. 
1890; Everett, Mass., Dec. 1890-Oct. 1900; 1st ch., Brockton, Oct. 
1900-Oct. 1906; w. c. Brockton, Oct. 1906-Sept. 1907; p. Melrose 
Highlands, Sept. 1907- Jan. 1911 ; West Bridgewater, Feb. 1911-1918. 
d. West Bridgewater, May 8, 1918. A.M., Cy. C. 1899. 

*CHARLES HORACE WHEELER. 3. Grad. 

b. Grantville, now Wellesley Hills, Mass., Mar. 25, 1859. Br. U. 1882; 
ord. 4th ch., Providence, R. I., May 20, 1885; p. Pittsfield, N. H., 
Nov. 1885- June 1886; North Attleboro, Mass., July 1886- June 1892; 
Winchester, June 1892- Apr. 1894; Im. ch., Cincinnati, O., Aug. 1894- 
Oct. 1896; Laporte, Ind., Nov. 1896- Jan. 1900; 1st ch., Belvidere, 111., 
Jan. 1900-Apr. 1902; Iowa City, la., Apr. 1902-Sept. 1903; Danvers, 
Mass., Oct. 1903-Feb. 1907; New London, N. H., Feb. 1907-Dec. 1908; 
Warren Ave. ch., Brockton, Dec. 1908-Mar. 1912; Somerset, Aug. 
1912-July 1913. d. Attleboro, July 7, 1914. B.D., N. T. I. 1910. 



*Henry Stanton Davis. 1. (E.) 

b. New Boston, N. H., June 30, 1846. Eclectic Med. C, Philadelphia, 
Pa., 1868; ord. Wendell, Mass., Feb. 4, 1879; p. Wendell, Mass. and 



Students — 1885 151 

W. Brattleboro, Vt., 1878-1880; Waseca, Minn., Feb. 1880-Sept. 
1882; East Canaan, N. H., Nov. 1882-Nov. 1883; p. Middletown 
Springs, Vt., 1884-85; North Granville, N. Y., Mar. 1885-Mar. 1891; 
Corinth, 1891-93; Newton Upper Falls, Mass., 1893-94; Meredith, 
N. H., 1895-97; phys. Meredith, 1897-99; p. Grafton, N. Y., 1899- 
1901; Hancock, Mass., May 1901-Apr. 1905; Easton, Conn., May 
1905-06; health failed; ret.; res. St. Cloud, Fla. d. St. Cloud, Aug. 
25, 1918. 

*Thomas De Gruchy. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Island of Jersey, May 18, 1858. ord. Newton Upper Falls, June 
25, 1885; p. Newton Upper Falls, 1885- June 1886; Revere, Aug. 1886- 
Aug. 1889; Plantsville, Conn., Nov. 1889-May 1891; Cent, ch., Chico- 
pee, Mass., June 1891-Aug. 1894; Wakefield, R. L, Feb. 1895- July 
1897; Scranton, Pa., Sept. 1897-Feb. 1903; Penn Yan, N. Y., Mar. 
1903-May 1909; Medina, June 1909-Mar. 1912; Ticonderoga, Apr. 
1912-Sept. 1917; Skaneateles, Oct. 1917-Sept. 1921; Penn Yan, Oct. 
1921-29. d. Penn Yan, Jan. 19, 1929. 

* Albert Greene. 3. Cert. 

b. Scituate, R. I., Apr. 24, 1853. Br. U. 1882 (omitted Hebrew and 
rec. sp. cert., N. T. I.) ; ord. West Sutton, June 25, 1885; p. West 
Sutton, June 1885-Mar. 1888; Warren, Me., Apr. 1888-May 1890; 
1st ch., East Providence, R. I., Aug. 1890-Feb. 1897; w. c. Westerly, 
1897-98. d. Westerly, Oct. 7, 1898. 

^Berwick Manning. 1. 

b. Boston, Mass., June 21, 1859. A. C. 1882. d. Boston, Aug. 6, 

1884. 

*Beverley Newton Nobles. 2. 

b. Springfield, N. B., Sept. 8, 1855. Norm. Sch., Fredericton; ord. 
Brussel St. ch., St. John, N. B., July 26, 1883 ; asst. p. St. John, some 
mos.; Toronto Bapt. C. 1883-84; p. Jacksonville, N. B., May 1884- 
Nov. 1886; Lockeport, N. S., Nov. 1886-Oct. 1889; Woodstock, N. B., 
Oct. 1889-Oct. 1890; Gibson, Oct. 1890- June 1893; Bear River, N. S., 
June 1893-Nov. 1897; Kentville, Nov. 1897-Nov. 1900; Ludlow St. ch., 
St. John, N. B., Nov. 1900-Mar. 1905; Sackville, Mar. 1905-08; St. 
Martin's 1908-1910; ret.; author; res. Woodstock, d. Woodstock, 
Nov. 19, 1925. 

*Horatio Nelson Parry. 1. 

b. Port Maitland, N. S., Oct. 4, 1849. Ac. C. 1875-77; ord. Gas- 
pereaux, N. S., Apr. 25, 1877; p. Gaspereaux, June 1876-Dec. 1877; 
West Yarmouth, Jan. 1878-Sept. 1882; p. Lockeport, N. S., May 1883- 
Sept. 1886; p. Temple ch., Ohio, Apr. 1887-Aug. 1888; Aylesford, 
Jan. 1889-Mar. 1891; New Glasgow, Apr.-Sept. 1891; w. c. New 
Glasgow, 1891-93; p. Chester, Aug. 1893-Nov. 1896; Upper Wilmot, 
Nov. 1896-1903. d. Gaspereaux, Nov. 18, 1903. 

^Herbert Tilden. 1. (E.) 

b. Chesterville, Me., June 18, 1850. C. U. 1875 ; prin. Black River A., 
Ludlow, Vt., 1875-76; ord. Lamoine, Me., July 6, 1877; p. Lamoine, 
Sept. 1876-Dec. 1879; Bar Harbor, Dec. 1879-Dec. 1880; Sedgwick, 
Dec. 1880-Aug. 1883; prin. Bear River A., Vt.; p. Oldtown, Me., Jan. 
1885-Sept. 1886; Farmington, Sept. 1886-Nov. 1892; Cedar Rapids, 
la., Nov. 1892-Mar. 1899; w. c. 1899-1901; s. s. Cong, ch., Wilton, Me., 
Jan. 1901-Nov. 1902; p. Bapt. ch., Sanford, Me., Dec. 1902- July 
1906; Fargo, N. D., 1906- June 1910; w. c. Farmington, Me., July 
1910-Oct. 1911 ; p. Hebron, and instr. Bib. Lit., H. A., Nov. 1911-Nov. 
1915; p. Greenville, N. H., Feb. 1917-Sept. 1918; s. 1st ch., Manches- 
ter, Sept. 1918-June 1919; p. Kennebunkport, Me., Oct. 1920-Oct. 



152 Students — 1886 

1922; s. Cong, ch., Farmington, Dec. 1922- June 1923. d. Southern 
Pines, N. C, Feb. 2, 1924. D.D., Des M. C. 1909. 
*Anson Joseph Webb. 1. 

b. Rodman, N. Y., Sept. 22, 1857. M. U. 1879-80; not ord. tea. mus., 
N. Y., Mass.; res. Lexington, Mass., 1898-1915; res. Adams, N. Y., 
1915-1917. d. Adams, Apr. 9, 1917. 

1886 

*CHARLES REUBEN BAILEY. 2. Grad. 

b. Magog, P. Q., Apr. 19, 1863. Tu. C. and D. S. 1881-84; ord. 
Hampton Falls, N. H., May 17, 1886; p. Hampton Falls, 1886- Aug. 
1889; North Oxford, Mass., Sept. 1889-May 1892; Salem Depot, 
N. H., June 1892- Aug. 1893; ord. Epis. dea., Penacook, Apr. 25, 1894, 
pt. June 29, 1895; min. St. Mary's Epis. ch., Penacook, Aug. 1893- 
98; stud. Epis. D. S., Cambridge, Mass., 1894-96; r. St. Andrew's ch., 
Manchester, N. H., sum. 1898-Dec. 1911; St. John's ch., Taunton, 
Mass., Dec. 1911-June 1913; St. Ann's ch., Revere, June 1913-36. d. 
Revere, Nov. 20, 1936. Ph.B., I. Wes. U. 1887, and Ph.D., 1892; 
S.T.B., Epis. D. S., Cambridge, Mass., 1896. 

*JAMES ALBERT BROWN. 3. Grad. 

b. Brooklyn, Conn., Feb. 27, 1855. Br. U. 1883; s. Akron, 0., 1886- 
Jan. 1887; ord. Newark, July 14, 1887; p. Newark, May 1887-Nov. 
1888; Bedford, May 1889-Oct. 1891; Stillwater, Minn., Oct. 1891- 
Nov. 1897; Ypsilanti, Mich., Dec. 1897-Apr. 1903; Aurora, 111., May 
1903-Apr. 1905; Urbana, May 1905-Oct. 1906; post grad., U. Chic. 
1906-07 ; p. Bloomington, Ind., May 1907-Nov. 1912 ; Emporia, Kans., 
Nov. 1912-Nov. 1915; Fullerton, Calif., Nov. 1915-May 1917; Exeter, 
June 1917-June 1919; Clovis, July 1919-June 1921; s., Ind., 1921-27. 
d. Indianapolis, Nov. 13, 1927. 

*FRANCIS HOWARD DAVIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 6, 1860. Br. U. 1882; act. p. Exeter, N. H., 
sum. 1886; ord. Franklin Falls, Apr. 21, 1887; p. Franklin Falls, 
1887-Feb. 1892; Foxboro, Mass., Apr. 1892- Jan. 1895; Livermore 
Falls, Me., 1895- June 1896; Tiverton, R. I., Mar. 1898-1903; post, 
grad. A. T. S. 1903-04; agt. Mass. Bible Soc, 1905; s. 1st ch., Law- 
rence, Mass., and others, 1906-07; p. Wales, 1908-09; in bus. and lit. 
stud., 1909-10 ; cont. to press, d. Worcester, Nov. 29, 1915. 

*RICHARD BARTLETT ESTEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Attleboro, Mass., Sept. 2, 1855. Br. U. 1880 ; ord. Amesbury, May 
24, 1886; p. Amesbury, 1886-91; Westfield, May 1891-Sept. 1900; 
Roslindale, Oct. 1900-Sept. 1910; Ilsley Mem. ch., Middlebury, Vt., 
Oct. 1910-1914; Webster, Mass., 1914-1924; tea. Dudley Bib. Sch., 
1924-25. d. Spencer, Dec. 30, 1925. D.D., Mid. C. 1911. 

WILLIAM CHIPMAN GOUCHER. 3. Grad. 
b. Berwick, N. S., May 12, 1861. Ac. C. 1883; ord. Camden, Me., 
July 27, 1886; p. Camden, 1886- June 1888; St. Stephen, N. B., June 
1888-1930; ret.; ad. St. Stephen's, N.B. D.D., Ac. U. 1912. 

*LUCIUS HIPPOLYTE. 4. Grad. 

b. Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Jan. 27, 1857. M. U. 1882; ord. New Haven, 
Conn., June 16, 1884 (N. T. I. 1882-86, non-res. 1884-86) ; stud. Paris, 
France, 1884-89 ; miss., Haiti, 1889-90 ; p. Port-au-Prince, Haiti, May 
1890-1927. d. Port-au-Prince, Nov. 19, 1927. 

*EDWIN PALMER HOYT. 3. Grad. 

b. Lebanon, N. H., Aug. 14, 1859. C. A. 1878-82; ord. Lisbon Falls, 
Me., July 15, 1886; p. Lisbon Falls, June 1886- June 1887; Lake Vil- 



Students — 1886 153 

lage, now Lakeport, N. H., July 1887- Apr. 1890 ; memb. N. H. leg., 
1889; p. Beverly Farms, Mass., May 1890-Sept. 1895; Roseville, 111., 
Oct. 1895-Sept. 1897; Auburn, Ind., Dec. 1897-Dec. 1898; in bus., 
Lowell, Mass., 1899-1904; p. Derby, Vt., Apr. 1904- Apr. 1906; miss. 
A. B. H. M. S., Manhattan, Mont., 1906-08; Caspar, Wyo., 1908-09; 
Glenrock, 1909-10. d. Omaha, Neb., Feb. 20, 1910. 

*CHARLES STANWOOD LEMONT. 3. Grad. 

b. Bath, Me., Nov. 10, 1853. C. U. 1879; in bus. Haverhill, Mass.; 
Waldoboro, Me. d. Bath, Oct. 24, 1934. 

*MARION ROWLAND PERRY. 3. Grad. 

b. Content Landing, Bolivar Co., Miss., Sept. 25, 1854. L. U. 1883; 
ord. 12th ch., Boston, June 11, 1886; tea. Pine Bluff, Ark., 1887-98; 
in bus., Pine Bluff, 1898-1914. d. Pine Bluff, Aug. 10, 1914. 

*RICHARD OTIS SHERWOOD. 3. Grad. 

b. Ridgefield, Conn., Sept. 3, 1854. Br. U. 1883; ord. North Abing- 
ton, Apr. 14, 1886; p. North Abington, 1886-1890; Adams, Oct. 1890- 
July 1893; South Norwalk, Conn., July 1893-Oct. 1898; 1st ch., Som- 
erville, Mass., Oct. 1898-May 1905; Attleboro, May 1905-Oct. 1911; 
health failed, d. Attleboro, Mar. 6, 1914. 

^WINDSOR HERBERT WYMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Peru, Me., Apr. 14, 1857. C. U. 1878-79; ord. Winchendon, June 
24, 1886; p. Winchendon, June 1886- June 1890; North Abington, Dec. 
1890-Nov. 1894 ; fd. and prop. Bay State Nurseries, North Abington, 
1894-1935. d. North Abington, Aug. 2, 1935. 

Emil Benjamin Bary. 1. 
b. St. Petersburg, Russia, Dec. 24, 1855. U. Chic; B. U. T. S. 1 yr.; 
ord. St. Charles, 111., June 29, 1881; p. St. Charles; Newton Upper 
Falls, Mass., 1883-84; p. Chauncy ch., Lafayette, Ind., Feb. 1888-?; 

A. T. S. grad. 1892; p. Cent. Cong, ch., Bangor, Me., 1892-94; became 
a Unit.; in bus.; res. Melrose, Mass., 1894-1901; no further record. 

*Edward Parish Brand. 2. 

b. Laurel Point, W. Va., Aug. 9, 1854. U. W. Va. 1878-80; ord. 
Zoar, W. Va., Oct. 30, 1880; p. Forks of Cheat, Apr. 1880-Aug. 1883; 
p. Dunkard, Pa., June 1885-Nov. 1886; Madisonville, O., Nov. 1886- 
Dec. 1889; Alpha, 111., and Orion, Dec. 1889-May 1891; Atchison, 
Kansas., May 1891-Oct. 1892; Cambridge, 111., Oct. 1892-Sept. 1895; 
Orion, Sept. 1895-Sept. 1898; supt. miss., 111., Sept. 1898- Jan. 1922; 
sec. Funds 111. State Conv., Jan. 1922- July 1924; publ. III. Baptist 
Annual for 23 years., III. Baptist Bulletin for 13 yrs. d. Normal, 111., 
July 30, 1924. D.D., Ewing C. 1906, S. C. 1912. 

*Napoleon Gregoire. 1. (E.) 

b. Napierville, P. Q., Dec. 16, 1849. Assomption and Montreal C. 
1861-67 ; stud, law, 1867-69 ; with Roman Catholic order Peres Oblats, 
1869-71; Rom. Cath. U., Ottawa, Can., 1871-73; ord. pt. Fraser River, 

B. C, June 21, 1874; miss. B. C, 1874-83; Grande Ligne Miss., P. Q., 
1884; p. Bapt. ch., South Ely, P. Q., Oct. 1885-Apr. 1889; ind. miss., 
Worcester, Mass., and Haverhill, 1889-91; Bapt. miss St. Johns, 
P. Q., 1891-94; p. St. Pie, May 1894-May 1897; miss, and writer for 
Grande Ligne Miss. Bd., May 1897-1900 ; p. Maskinonge, Sept. 1900- 
Aug. 1907; South Ely, Sept. 1907- Aug. 1908. d. Three Rivers, Aug. 
15, 1908. 

* Alexander Angus McLeod. 3. Cert. 

b. Valley Field, P. E. I., June 1853. (N. T. 1. 1883-86, English course 
and N. T. Exeg. rec. spec, cert.) ; miss. East Point, P. E. L, 1886-88; 
p. Tecumseth St. ch., Toronto, Ont., 1888-90; miss. C. B. F. M. S., 



154 Students — 1886 

Ramachandrapuram, 1890-96 ; Narsepetnam, 1897-1904 ; Peddapuram, 
1904-11; ret. 1912; res. Vancouver, B. C. d. ca. 1938. 

*John Hope Johnstone. 1. (E.) 

b. Glasgow, Scot., Feb. 29, 1852. ord. Neponset, Dec. 16, 1885; p. 
Neponset, 1885-86; Palatka, Fla., 1886-90; w. c. Neponset, Mass., 
1891-96; p. Palatka, Fla., June 1896-97. d. Palatka, May 10, 1897. 

*Joseph McKean. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Medway, Mass., Apr. 21, 1856. ord. Preston City, Conn., Aug. 11, 
1886; act. p. and p. Preston City, Mar. 1886-Dec. 1888; p. Niantic, 
Dec. 1888-Sept. 1891; Winchendon, Mass., 1897-Oct. 1902; 3d ch., 
Fall River, Mass., Oct. 1902-Sept. 1906; Mt. Washington ch., Haver- 
hill, Sept. 1906-Sept. 1908; Townshend, Vt., Sept. 1908- July 1914; 
West Townsend, Mass., July 1914-July 1927. d. Springfield, Jan. 8, 
1929. 
Oates Charles Symonds Wallace. 2. 
b. Canaan, Kings Co., N. S., Nov. 28, 1856. Ac. C. 1883; ord. 1st 
ch., Lawrence, Jan. 28, 1885; p. 1st ch., Lawrence, Jan. 1885-Dec. 
1890; Bloor St. ch., Toronto, Can., Jan. 1891-Nov. 1895; chan. McM. 
U. and prof. Homil., Sept. 1895- June 1905; p. 1st ch., Lowell, Mass., 
June 1905-Oct. 1908; 1st ch., Baltimore, Md., Nov. 1908-Aug. 1913; 
Westmount ch., Montreal, P. Q., Sept. 1913-Nov. 1921 ; Eutaw Place 
ch., Baltimore, Md., Dec. 1921-36; assoc. ed. Baptist Young People's 
Union, several years; author since 1925, As Thorns Thrust Forth, 
1926; Pastor and People, 1936; ad. "Kenthurst," 2223 Sulgrave Ave., 
Mt. Washington, Baltimore, Md. D.D., Ac. U. 1897; LL.D., Mercer 
U. 1897, Queen's U. 1903, McM. U. 1909; Litt.D., Ac. U. 1926. 

^Whitman Lillibridge Wood. 3. Cert. 

b. Exeter, R. I., Feb. 19, 1857. (N. T. I. 1883-86, English course and 
N. T. Exeg. rec. spec, cert.) ; Br. U. 1886-87; ord. Natick, R. I., May 
19, 1887; p. Natick, May 1887- July 1893; Woodlawn ch., Pawtucket, 
Aug. 1893-Aug. 1913; miss, p., R. I., Oct. 1913-Dec. 1918; p. Lake- 
wood, May 1919-27; res. Pawtuxet. d. May 12, 1930. 

1887 

HERBERT LINCOLN CAULKINS. 3. Grad. 
b. Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 6, 1860. W. A. 1880-84; ord. Cambridge, 
July 20, 1887; p. Presque Isle, Me., Sept. 1887- Aug. 1898; Yarmouth, 
Sept. 1898-July 1907; Hartland, Aug. 1907- Jan. 1912; Littleton, 
Mass., Jan. 1912-Nov. 1920; Hopkinton, N. H., Nov. 1920- June 1923; 
Colrain, Mass., June 1923- Aug. 1929 ; ret. ; ad. 5 Rutland Sq., Boston, 
Mass. 

WILLIAM JACOB CLOUES. 3. Grad. 
b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 3, 1860. Br. U. 1884; B. D., N. T. I. 1912; 
ord. Dover, Me., July 27, 1887; p. Dover and Foxcroft, July 1887- 
Jan. 1888; Littleton, Mass., Oct. 1888- Julv 1899; Montpelier, Vt., 
Oct. 1899-Feb. 1902; Warner, N. H., Apr. 1904-Nov. 1917; w. c. 
Charlestown, Mass., 1909-1911; asst. lib. N. T. I., Sept. 1911-1917; 
Alvah Woods lib., 1917-36; lib. em., 1936—; author since 1925, A 
Bibliography of George Edwin Horr, 1928; History of the Baptist 
Church, Charlestown, Mass. ; ad. 24 Ripley St., Newton Centre. 

JOHN ERNEST CUMMINGS. 3. Grad. 
b. Saco, Me., June 22, 1862. C. U. 1884; ord. Biddeford, Me., Sept. 
1, 1887; miss. A. B. M. U., Henzada, Burma, 1887-1932; author; cont. 
to press; ed. The Burman Messenger, 1902-04; ad. 49 Pelham St., 
Newton CeDtre, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 1905; Kaisar-i-Hind Medal for 
pub. serv. in India, 1913. 



Students — 1887 155 

HENRY FRANKLIN DEXTER. 3. Grad. 
b. Village Creek, la., Jan. 27, 1861. C. U. 1884; ord. Hartland, Me., 
Sept. 24, 1887; p. Hartland, Aug. 1887-Oct. 1894; s. Cambridge, July 
1890-93; asst. p. Gosp. Temp. Miss., Portland, June 1895-1911; supt., 
1911—; ad. 10 India St., Portland. 

ROBERT HENRY FERGUSON. 3. Grad. 
b. Roxbury, Mass., Nov. 4, 1857. Br. U. 1884; ord. Dorchester, June 
22, 1887; p. Dorchester Temple ch., 1886-88; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bhamo, Burma, 1888-89; prof. Bapt. T. S. Yokohama, Japan, 1889- 
90; p. Poultney, Vt., 1890-92; pres. Los Angeles U., and prof. Psy. 
and Eth., 1892-93; res. grad. Br. U., and U. ext. lect., 1893-94; ord. 
Epis. dea., Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 17, 1894 ; pt. Ashland, N. H., Nov. 
12, 1895; p. St. Mark's ch., Ashland, and St. Peter's, Holderness, 
1894-96; stud, med., Boston, 1874-77, Ashland, N. H., 1894-96, 
U. V. M., Jan.- July 1897, Jan.- June, 1898, D. C, July-Nov. 1897; 
M.D., U. V. M. 1898; phys. and surg., Boston, Mass., 1898-1904; 
anaesthetist, East Orange, N. J., 1904-?; author; ret.; ad. 50 Main 
St., Orange, N. J. Sc.D., Carnegie U., Chicago, 111., 1910. 

*JOHN MARSHALL FOSTER. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., July 21, 1857. C. U. 1877; ord. Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 17, 1887; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, Nov. 1887-1903; 
pres. Vashion C, Burton, Wash., 1903-08; act. pres. Ashmore T. S., 
Swatow, 1909-21; health failed, d. Buffalo, N. Y., May 9, 1924. 
D.D., Cy. C. 1903. 

*SHAILER MATHEWS. 3. Grad. 

b. Portland, Me., May 26, 1863. C. U. 1884; assoc. prof. Rhet. and 
instr. Eloc, C. U., July 1887-July 1889; prof. Hist., C. U., Aug. 1889- 
94; instr. N. T., N. T. 1. 1888-90; stud. U. Berlin, 1890-91; assoc. prof. 
N. T. Hist, and Interp., U. Chic, 1894-97, prof. 1897-1905; jun. dean 
D. S., 1899-1908; prof. Sys. Theol., 1905-6; prof. Hist, and Compara- 
tive Theol., 1906-33; dean, D. S., 1908-32; em., 1932-41; author since 
1925, Atonement and the Social Process, 1930; Growth of the Idea of 
God, 1931 ; Jesus on Social Institutions, 1928 ; Christianity and the 
Social Process, 1934; Creative Christianity, 1935; Immortality and 
the Cosmic Process, 1935; New Faith for Old; an Autobiography, 
1936 ; New Testament Times in Palestine, 1934 ; Church and Christian, 
1938; 7s God Emeritus?, 1940. d. Chicago, 111., Oct. 23, 1941. D.D., 
Cy. C. 1901, O. C. 1908, Br. U. 1914, Miami U. 1922; LL.D., Pa. C. 
1915, Cy. C. 1934. 

^AUGUSTUS ERVING SCOVILLE. 3. Grad. 

b. Newton, la., Apr. 20, 1856. Br. U. 1884; ord. Dover Plains, N. Y., 
Nov. 13, 1887; p. Dover Plains, Nov. 1887-Dec. 1891; Akron, O., Dec. 
1891- July 1898; Melrose, Mass., Jan. 1900-Apr. 1914; Adrian, Mich., 
Sept. 1914-April 1918; tea. Va. Un. U., Richmond, Va., Sept. 1918- 
June 1923; p. Peabody, Mass., Sept. 1923-27; ret.; res. Penny Farms, 
Fla. d. Penny Farms, Mar. 26, 1936. 

HERBERT EDGAR THAYER. 3. Grad. 
b. Farmingdale, Me., Oct. 3, 1860. Br. U. 1882; ord. Hopkinton, 
N. H., Sept. 7, 1887; p. Hopkinton, July 1887-Feb. 1893; Warren, 
Me., Mar. 1893-Nov. 1898; Ludlow, Vt., Dec. 1898-Nov. 1904; Park 
Mem. ch., Springfield, Mass., Dec. 1904- Apr. 1914; in life insur. bus., 
1914—; ad. 747 White St., Springfield, Mass. 

EDWARD PRATT TULLER. 3. Grad. 
b. Hartford, Conn., Apr. 16, 1859. Br. U. 1884; ord. Providence, 
R. I., May 19, 1886; p. Branch Ave. ch., Providence, 1886-May 1887; 
1st ch., Newport, May 1887-May 1892; 2d ch., Lawrence, Mass., June 



156 Students — 1887 

1892- June 1901; 1st ch., Detroit, Mich., June 1901- July 1904; Mem. 
ch., Chicago, 111., July 1904-June 1906; Brighton Ave. ch., Boston, 
June 1906-Dec. 1914; 1st ch., Hyannis, Mass., Jan. 1915-Nov. 1917; 
Glendale ch., Everett, Dec. 1917- Jan. 1930; cont. rel. press; lect. Rel. 
Psy., N. T. I. 1909-10, and 1918-19; ad. Tuller School, Washington, 
Conn. D.D., Kal. C. 1904. 

*BENJAMIN FRANCIS TURNER. 3. Grad. 

b. Dover, Me., Dec. 24, 1855. C. U. 1884; ord. North Middleboro, 
Oct. 6, 1886; p. North Middleboro, June 1886-Oct. 1887; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Oct. 1887-Oct. 1888; Maulmain, Burma, Nov. 
1888-Oct. 1889; p. Buxton Centre, Me., Jan. 1890-Oct. 1895; So. 
Norridgewock, Nov. 1895-Oct. 1900 ; Buckfield, East and West Sum- 
ner, Nov. 1900-Oct. 1903; Rumford, Nov. 1903-Oct. 1904; Brunswick 
and Topsham, Nov. 1904-June 1908; Hallowell, July 1908-10; North 
Berwick 1910-1913. d. Jonesport, Sept. 9, 1913. 

CHARLES RUSSELL UPTON. 3. Grad. 
b. Lowell, Mass., July 20, 1856. Br. U. 1884; ord. Providence, R. I., 
June 17, 1887; p. Grand Forks, N. Dak., July 1887-Apr. 1888; Water- 
ville, Minn., July 1888- July 1891; Fair Haven, July 1891- July 1892; 
tea. 1892; in bus., 1893-94; p. Spring Valley, Minn., Feb.-Oct. 1895; 
Clinton Falls, Oct. 1895-Aug. 1898; Minneota, Nov. 1898-Dec. 1900; 
Sleepy Eye, Dec. 1900-Apr. 1902; publ. Hanska, Apr. 1902-Sept. 
1903; p. North Conway, N. H., Mar. 1904-Aug. 1905; Grafton, Vt., 
1905-Sept. 1907; Hudson Centre, N. H., Sept. 1909; far., Greenville, 
Sept. 1909-Nov. 1911; p. Georgia, Vt., Dec. 1911-Apr. 1915; Sutton, 
Apr. 1915-Apr. 1917; East Rochester, N. H., Apr. 1917- Apr. 1920; 
Bryant Pond, Me., Apr. 1920-Oct. 1921; ret.; ad. East Candia, N. H. 

*ROBERT WOODS VAN KIRK. 3. Grad. 

b. South Strabane, Pa., Oct. 6, 1860. P. C. 1884; ord. 1st ch., Fall 
River, Oct. 14, 1887; asst. p. 1st ch., Fall River, Sept. 1887-Sept. 
1889; p. 2d ch., Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 1889-Dec. 1893; Ypsilanti, 
Mich., Jan. 1894-Oct. 1897; Rockland, Me., Nov. 1897-Mar. 1903; 1st 
ch., Jackson, Mich., Apr. 1903-Mar. 1909; Lincoln Park ch., West 
Newton, Mass., Apr. 1909-Mar. 1915; Normal Park, Chicago, May 
1915-Mar. 1918; Owatonna, Minn., Apr. 1918-Dec. 1920; s. Grand 
Rapids, Mich.; Osterville, Mass.; Calexico, Calif.; Pomona, 1923-42. 
d. Pomona, Calif., Feb. 1942. 

*GARNETT ROSCOE WALLER. 3. Grad. 

b. Northampton Co., Va., Feb. 17, 1858. L. U. 1884; ord. Baltimore, 
Md., June 22, 1887; State ev., S. B. C, and Md. Ev. Assoc, 1887-88; 
org. Trinity ch., Baltimore, June 1888 ; p. Trinity ch., Baltimore, 1888- 
June 1914; pres. Clayton-Williams U., Baltimore, 1908-10; ed. The 
Baltimore Weekly Guide, 1901-06; p. 3d ch., Springfield, Mass., June 
1914-35; res. Baltimore, Md. d. 1941. D.D., Va. Un. U. 1903. 

ROBERT WHITAKER. 3. Grad. 
b. Padiham, Eng., Sept. 9, 1863. Lawrence A., Groton, Mass., 1 yr. ; 
ord. Waltham, June 10, 1887; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Mexico, July 1887- 
July 1888; p. Seattle, Wash., Sept. 1888-Dec. 1889; Salem, Ore., Feb. 
1890- July 1893; Oakland, Calif., July 1893-Dec. 1897; gen. miss, and 
cor. sec. Bapt. Conv. of Calif., Jan. 1898-Jan. 1901; p. Palo Alto, 
1901; lit. work, lect., and ev., 1902-03; 1907-09; p. Oakland, Sept. 
1903-Dec. 1906; Los Gatos, June 1909- June 1921; ev., July 1921-33; 
p. Queen Anne Cong, ch., Seattle, Wash., Mar. 1922-Aug. 1923; ed. 
page, Pacific Baptist, 1891-99; author; ad. 15 Lyndon Ave., Los An- 
geles, Calif. 



Students — 1887 157 

*JOHN BRAINERD WILSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Peabody, Mass., Feb. 11, 1860. H. U. 1884; A. T. S. 1884-86; ord. 
Peabody, July 7, 1887; p. Freeport, Me., July 1887- Aug. 1891; res. 
grad. A. T. S. 1891-92; p. 1st ch., Dorchester, July 1892-May 1901; 
asst. p. Washington Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 1901-Mar. 1902; 
p. Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., Mar. 1902- Aug. 1915; Chapel St. 
ch., Gloucester, Mass., Sept. 1916-24; ret.; res. Bow, N. H. d. Bow, 
July 23, 1935. 

Thomas Vassar Caulkins. 1. 
b. Amenia, N. Y., Mar. 20, 1859. U. R. 1883; B. U. T. S. 1884-85, 
1886-87, B. D. 1887 (N. T. I. 1885-86) ; ord. Chippewa Falls, Wis., 
Oct. 28, 1887; p. Chippewa Falls, 1887-Oct. 1890; Fond du Lac, Nov. 
1890-Oct. 1897; Brewster, N. Y., Jan. 1898-Nov. 1903; Greenville and 
New Ipswich, N. H., Nov. 1903-Nov. 1907; Gowanda, N. Y., Nov. 
1907- Apr. 1915; Condersport, Pa., Apr. 1915- Jan. 1921; Factory- 
ville, Jan. 1921-27; Bolton Landing, N. Y., 1927-38; ad. 133 Brixton 
Road, S., Garden City, L. I., N. Y. 

* Joseph Hamilton Fletcher. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Kilmarnock, Scot., May 14, 1853. Ac. C. 1% yrs.; ord. Mar. 15, 
1882; p. South Hanson. Mass., 1887-91; Woodville, 1891-96; Salem 
Depot, N. H., 1896-Apr. 1902. d. Boston, Mass., Aug. 13, 1902. 
*Frank William Holmes. 1.5. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., May 27, 1862. H. U. 1884; health failed; not 
ord.; in bus., Cambridge, 1893-1938. d. Cambridge, Jan. 2, 1938. 

* James Frank Jones. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Alna, Me., Oct. 3, 1856. Wat. C. I. V/ 2 yrs.; ord. South Penobscot, 
Me., Sept. 8, 1887; p. Penobscot, Julv 1887- June 1891; Swan's Island, 
May 1892-Sept. 1893; Mt. Vernon, Dec. 1893-Sept. 1896; Bowdoin- 
ham, Dec, 1897-July 1903: Windsor, Aug. 1903-Sept. 1909; Saint 
George, Oct. 1909- June 1913; North Livermore, June 1914- Aug. 1923; 
ret. ; res. Wilmington, Mass. d. Wilmington, Mar. 22, 1939. 
*Hemmay Shwaytoo Klaipo. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Teeloe, Toungoo, Burma, Apr. 5, 1860; tea. pub. sch., and miss., 
1887-1909 ; ord. Bwe Karen Sch., Toungoo, Burma, Nov. 4, 1909 ; asst. 
miss, and trav. pr. for Bwe Karen Miss., 1909-1919; author; res. 
Toungoo, Burma, d. Toungoo, Sept. 5, 1919. 

William Eliot Knight. 1. 
b. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 16, 1862. Cent. C, Ky., 1884; S. B. T. S. 
1884-85 (N. T. I. 1885-86) ; L. T. S. 1886-87; on ed. staff Cincinnati 
Evening Post, Sept. 1887-spg. 1888; ord. Cent. Presb. ch., Denver, 
Col., July 1888; p. Presb. ch., Georgetown, 1888-91; p. el. Colfax, la., 
1891-96; p. Union ch., Milan, Mo., 1897-Jan. 1901; w. c. Lexington, 
Ky., 1901 — ; author. No information after 1928. 

Samuel Ernest Miller. 1. (E.) 
b. Victoria Vale, N. S., Apr. 14, 1859. W. A. 1 term; ord. East 
Washington, N. H., Oct. 26, 1886; p. East Washington, 1886-Dec. 
1887; Bristol, Vt., Apr. 1888-May 1889; Essex Junction and Colches- 
ter, June 1889- ? ; left. min. No further record. 

Russell Sparks Sargent. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. New Vienna, O., Mar. 31, 1859. D. U. 2% yrs.; ord. Boston, May 
18, 1887; p. Long Prairie, Minn., and Sauk Centre, 1887-89; Luverne, 
1889-91; Pawpaw, 111., 1891-96 ; Peoria, 1896-97; Chrisman, aut. 1897- 
1903; Yorkville, 1903-04; Camanche, la., Dec, 1904-07; Chrisman, 
111., 1907-10; Corbin, Kans., 1910-16; Columbus, 1916-18; Winfield, 
1918-23; Yates Center, 1923-?; Lee's Summit, Mo. No information 
after 1938. 



158 Students — 1887 

*Enoch Hants Sweet. 1. (E.) 

b. Newport, N. S., May 11, 1855. * A. C. 1884; ord. Porte Lome, N. S., 
Feb. 28, 1882; p. Porte Lome and Middleton, 1882-Sept. 1885; p. 
Ayer and Shirley, June 1886-Dec. 1887; North ch., Brockton and 
Brookville, Jan. 1888-Dec. 1890; home miss., S. Dak., Feb.-Aug. 1891; 
p. Windsor, Vt., Oct. 1891-Dec. 1894; Mansfield, Mass., Jan. 1895- 
Oct. 1898; Las Vegas, N. Mex., Oct. 1898-1901; Fullerton, Calif., 
1901-04; Chino, Dec. 1904- June 1905. d. Chino, Jan. 29, 1905. 

* Arthur Benjamin Thombs. 2. (E.) 

b. Elliotsville, Me., Dec. 8, 1857. W. A. 1884; ord, Winthrop, Mass., 
May 26, 1886; p. Winthrop, 1886- Jan. 1888. d. Marlboro, Dec. 4, 
1888. 

*George Constantine Tsaras. 3. Cert. 

b. Argalaste, Thessaly, Dec. 22, 1852. U. At. 1879-81 (N. T. I., Nov. 
1884-87, rec. spec, cert.) ; ord. Bapt. Tabernacle, Boston, Sept. 6, 
1888; Bapt. Seminar, Hamburg, Ger. ; pr. and Bib. worker, Athens, 
Greece, 1889-91 ; pr. Presb. ch., Piraeus, 1892-95 ; sec. and interp. for 
an Eng. pr., Athens, 1896-?; trans, of tracts, d. New York, N. Y., 
ca. 1906. 
Thomas Arthur Whitaker. 1.5 (E.) Dipl. 
b. Padiham, Eng., Nov. 26, 1857. ord. Waltham, June 10, 1887; p. 
Santa Clara, Calif., Dec. 1887-89; in bus. Seattle, Wash., 1889-91; 
Oakland, Calif., 1891-92; Shirley, Mass., 1892-94; p. New Kirk, Okl., 
1894-96; in bus., Worcester, Mass., 1896-98; fin. sec. Mt. Olive Indust. 
Bib. Trn. Sch., Peoples, Ky., 1898-1901; p. Scipio, N. Y., 1901-03; 
Chittenango, 1903-06; pres. World's Welfare Un. and affiliated Wel- 
fare Un. organizations, 1907-35; pres. Associated Service Organiza- 
tion, 1936; author; ed. Welfare Union Voice; ad. 40 Dartmouth St., 
Boston, Mass. 

1888 

*EDWIN PALMER BURTT. 3. Grad. 

b. Lowell, Mass., Apr. 1858. C. U. 1884 (N. T. 1. 1884-86; 1887-88) ; 
Y. D. S. 1888-89; ord. Buxton Centre, Me., Mar. 13, 1889; p. Bidde- 
ford, Mar. 1889-Sept. 1890; Groton, Mass., Sept. 1891-May 1894; 
West Newton, May 1894-99; ind. miss., Shin Hing, South China, 
1904-?. d. after 1930. 

LINDSEY BAXTER GOODALL. 3. Grad. 
b. Keswick, Va., Mar. 1, 1861. Way. S. 1881-85; ord. Boston, May 
11, 1888; p. North Orange, N. J., May 1888-Dec. 1889; Augusta, Ga., 
Jan. 1890-June 1891; 1st ch., Charlottesville, Va., July 1891-May 
1895; Shiloh ch., Charlottesville, and Pleasant Grove ch., Gordons- 
ville, June 1895-Dec. 1897; fin. agt. Valley Inst., Jan. 1898-1900; 
state org. ch. and S. S., W. Va., 1900-05; p. Macedonia ch., Ansonia, 
Conn., July 1905-Aug. 1908; Mt. Calvary ch., May 1909-May 1910; 
trav. ev., Md., May 1910-Oct. 1914; p. Shiloh, Nov. 1914-Nov. 1919; 
Martinsville, Va., Nov. 1919-Mar. 1922; Mt. Calvary ch., Ivry, Apr. 
1922-?; Mt. Sinai ch., Earlysville, 1902-?; author; ad. Waynesboro. 

*JOSEPH MANSFIELD LONG. 3. Grad. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Nov. 21, 1862. H. U. 1885; ord. Canton, Me., 
Dec. 12, 1888; p. Canton, June 1888-Dec. 1891; East Winthrop, Dec. 
1891-Sept. 1897; Harrington, Sept. 1897- Aug. 1901; 1st ch., Dor- 
chester, Mass., Aug. 1901-Dec. 1903; on staff U. S. Civ Serv. Cmn., 
and occ. s. chs., Dec. 1903-?; s. New Glatz, Md., Nov. 1906-Nov. 1907; 
cor. The Watchman, 1903-1908; cont. to magazines and period.; res. 
Washington, D. C. d. May 23, 1942. 



Students — 1888 159 

*ROBERT ALEXANDER McGUINN. 3. Grad. 

b. Sabbot Hill, Va., July 5, 1860. Way. S. 1881-85; ord. Baltimore, 
Md., sum. 1888; p. Annapolis, Sept. 1888-89; gen. miss, ev., Md., 
1889-91; p. Oakland, Calif., Mar. 1891-Nov. 1894; Jersey City, N. J., 
Feb. 1895-May 1896; miss. Okla. Ter., 1896-98; res. Md. Hosp. for 
Insane, Baltimore, Md., 1900-12; Crownsville, Apr. 1912-Oct. 1928; 
author ; cont. to Poets of America, 1890. d. Crownsville, Oct. 25, 1898. 

*FRED ALBERTIS SNOW. 3. Grad. 

b. North Berwick, Me., Nov. 23, 1861. C. U. 1885; ord. Rockport, 
Me., Oct. 18, 1888; p. Rockport, Aug. 1888-June 1892; Park Rapids, 
Minn., July 1892- Apr. 1895; Cherryfield, Me., Feb. 1896-Dec. 1903; 
Old Town, Dec. 1903-Feb. 1913; Freeport, Feb. 1913-Oct. 1920; fed- 
erated ch., Turner, Oct. 1920-Apr. 1924; West Buxton, Dec. 1924-28; 
Isleboro, 1928-31. d. Islesboro, Oct. 8, 1931. 

*FRANK CURTIS WHITNEY. 3. Grad. 

b. West Danby, N. Y., Jan. 30, 1853. Corn. U. 1880; instr. Ithaca, 
N. Y., 1880-82; prin. Skaneateles A. 1882-84; ord. Groton, Mass., Oct. 
21, 1884; p. Groton, Aug. 1884-Sept. 1889; Crookston, Minn., Oct. 
1889-Nov. 1891; Chic. Ave. ch., Minneapolis, Dec. 1891-Aug. 1893; 
1st ch., Austin, Sept. 1893-Oct. 1900; Rochester, Oct. 1900-07; North 
Yakima, Wash., 1907-36 ( ?). d. Seattle, Aug. 9, 1936. 



* James Simmons Cranston. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Providence, R. I., Mar. 4, 1858. Norwich A. 1884-86; ord. Nor- 
wich, Conn., Aug. 15, 1888; p. Chesham, N. H., Nov. 1888-June 1892; 
Preston City, Conn., July 1892-96; s. Bozrah, 1896-97; p. Salem, 
1896-99 ; Saybrook, May-Sept. 1899. d. Norwich, Sept. 8, 1899. 

^Clarence Gardner. 3. 

b. New London, N. H., Dec. 12, 1858. Br. U. 1883; tea. Burlington 
Coll. Inst., la., 1883-84; not ord.; prof. Gr., Cent. U., Pella, la., 1888- 
89; w. c. New London, N. H., 1889-93. d. New London, June 8, 1893. 

^Frank Arthur Heath !1 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 20, 1860. M. U. 1885; M. U. T. S. 1885-86; 
ord. West Acton, Mass., June 7, 1888 ; p. West Acton, Apr. 1888-91 ; 
Mem. ch., Burlington, N. Y., July 1891-93 ; 1st ch., Middletown, Aug. 
1893-1900; res. Seattle, Wash., 1904-?; in ind. miss, work, 1911-?. 
d. Seattle, Wash., Jan. 25, 1942. 

*Granville Hunt. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Campbell Co., Va., May 15, 1859. L. U. 1885-86; ord. Port Rich- 
mond, N. Y., Dec. 11, 1889 ; p. St. Phillips ch., Port Richmond, 1889- 
Dec. 1890; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Berlin, Md., Dec. 1890-Dec. 1891; p. 
Antioch ch., New York, N. Y., Dec. 1892-Dec. 1897; Grace Chap, 
ch., Mt. Vernon, Jan. 1898- ?. d. New York City, July 2, 1920. D.D., 
Lynchburg S. and C, Lynchburg, Va., 1906. 

*Tillman Bowden Johnson. 0.5. 

b. Water Valley, Ky., Sept. 20, 1859. CI. C, Ky., 1882, post-grad. 
1882-83; S. B. T. S. 1883-85; ord. Clinton, Ky., Sept. 1883; p. Clin- 
ton, July 1885-June 1886; p. Salem Depot, N. H., Dec. 1886-Dec. 
1888; Laconia, Dec. 1888-Mar. 1891; 1st ch., Lynn, Mass., Apr. 1891- 
1902; Dorchester Temple ch., Boston, Apr. 1902-Nov. 1907; Tex- 
arkana, Ark., Nov. 1907- Apr. 1912; Salem ch., New Rochelle, N. Y., 
Apr. 1912- June 1923 ; s. various chs. ; res. Plainfield, N. J. d. Mend- 
ham, Mar. 1939. D.D., CI. C. 1903. 

*James Wells McGregor. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 17, 1854. ord. Stoneham, May 31, 1888; p. 



160 Students — 1888 

Stoneham, Feb. 1888-Mar. 1891 ; Hyannis, Apr. 1891-98. d. Hyannis, 
May 19, 1898. 

*Robert Henry Middleditch. 1. 

b. Red Bank, N. J., July 12, 1861. N. Y. U. 1885; U. T. S. 1885-86; 
M. U. T. S. 1887-88; ord. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1888; act. p. Camden, 
N. J., Sept. 1888-June 1889; asst. ed. Christian Inquirer, 1890-93; p. 
Ridley Park, Pa., Jan. 1893-May 1904; in bus., June 1904-1920; res. 
Westfield, N. J. d. Plainfield, N. J., Aug. 25, 1920. 
Absalom Lewis Powell. 2. 
b. Rockland, N. B., Mar. 12, 1854. Ac. C. 1883; ord. St. Mary's Bay, 
N. S., Oct. 17, 1883; p. St. Mary's Bay, June 1883-Sept. 1885; p. 
Guvsboro, N. S., and Manchester, June 1887-May 1889; Stamford, 
Vt., June 1889-May 1895; Hancock, Mass., July 1895-Nov. 1899; act. 
p. North Sunderland, 1899-Apr. 1901; p. Addison, Vt., Apr. 1901- 
May 1903; w. c. Saxton's River, May 1903-Apr. 1904; p. Meriden, 
N. H., Apr. 1904-Jan. 1908; Chester Basin, N. S., Jan. 1908-Dec. 
1909; Gaspereau, Dec. 1909-1915; Arcadia, 1915-1918; s. Walpeck 
Centre, N. J., 1918-20; Mt. Hermon, 1920-22; Harmony, 1922-24; 
ret. ; res. 912 Allamanda Rd., W. Palm Beach, Fla. 

*William Cutten Skiles. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Chelsea, Mass., Aug. 30, 1857. ord. Kansas Centre, now Frederick, 
Kans., Nov. 29, 1889; p. Frederick, 1889-Nov. 1891; Redemption, 
May 1890-?; Beverly, Nov. 1890- Apr. 1894; Solomon City, Dec. 1891- 
Sept. 1892; Barnard, Sept. 1892- Apr. 1894; Chase, Apr. 1894- July 
1896 ; Raymond, Mar. 1895-Nov. 1896 ; Albion ch., near Olmitz, Apr. 
1894-Nov. 1898; Raymond, Oct. 1899-Oct. 1900; Lyons, Oct. 1899- 
June 1901; disab. ; ret.; res. Frederick, Kans. d. Frederick, Jan. 9, 
1923. 
Elwyn Osmer Taylor. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Chatham, Mass., July 5, 1861. Derby A., Hingham, 1877-79; in 
bus., 1879-86; N. T. I. post grad. 1888-89; ord. Billerica, June 13, 
1889; p. Billerica, 1888-Nov. 1891; asst. p. Tremont Temple ch., 
Boston, Nov. 1891-Oct. 1892; p. Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, Oct. 
1892-94; ev., especially among the French in New Eng., 1894-97; p. 
West Royalston and Warwick, May 1897-1901 ; Middlebury, Vt., 1901- 
04; Paris, Me., 1904-07; Georgetown, Mass., 1907-17; Yarmouth, Me., 
Aug. 1917-?; Bath, Nov. 1920-?; Wickford, R. L; present ad. 
unknown. 

*Llewellyn Joshua Tingley. 1. (E.) 

b. Margaree, C. B., Sept. 9, 1859. R. T. S. 1887-88; ord. Jordan 
River, N. S., Sept. 20, 1888; p. Shelburne, Sand Point, and Jordan 
River chs., res. Shelburne, N. S., 1888-89; Melvern Square, 1890-97; 
Freeport, 1897-99; Clementsvale, N. S., 1899-1902; Hammond's 
Plains, 1902-03; St. Margaret's Bay, 1903-06; Pugwash, 1906-09; 
Falmouth, 1909-10; Brookfield, Jan. 1911-Oct. 1914; Millstream, 
N. B., Oct. 1914-May 1916; s. N. B., N. S., P. E. I., May 1916-34. d. 
Windsor, Jan. 21, 1934. Ph.D., Oskaloosa C. 1916. 

1889 

GEORGE RICKER BERRY. 3. Grad. 
b. West Sumner, Me., Oct. 15, 1865. C. U. 1885; ord. Liberty, Me., 
Nov. 7, 1889; p. Liberty, 1889-Nov. 1892; stud. U. Chic. 1892-95; 
fellow in Sem. Lang., 1893-94; asst. Sem. Lang., 1895-96; instr. Sem. 
Lang., Colg. T. S. 1896-92; prof., 1898-1916; prof, hermeneutics and 
O. T. hist, and theol., 1916-18; prof. O. T. interp. and Sem. Lang., 
1918-34; prof, em., 1934; author since 1925, The Book of Psalms, 



Students — 1889 161 

1934; Higher Criticism and the Old Testament, 1937; Old and New 
in Palestine, 1939; ad. Hamilton, N.Y. Ph.D., U. Chic. 1895; D.D., 
Cy. C. 1904. 

*LOUIS SCHARL BOWERMAN. 3. Grad. 

6. Dresden, Ger., May 9, 1864. S. W. B. C. 1886; ord. Medfield, May 
28, 1889; p. Medfield, June 1889-May 1891; Randolph, June 1891- 
Nov. 1896; 1st ch., Seattle, Wash., Dec. 1896- Aug. 1902; Im. ch., St. 
Louis, Mo., Sept. 1902-Sept. 1905; stud. N. T. I. and U. Chic, Oct. 
1905-May 1906; s. s. Barry, 111., June 1906- Aug. 1907; p. East Side 
ch., Salt Lake City, Utah, Sept. 1907-Oct. 1908; Im. ch. (consolidation 
East Side and 1st chs.), Salt Lake City, Oct. 1908-Mar. 1917; 1st ch., 
Kansas City, Kans., May 1917-May 1924; 1st ch., Casper, Wyo., May 
1924-27; res. Stockton, Calif., 1927-41. d. Stockton, Aug. 24, 1941. 
D.D., Seattle U., 1899, S. W. B. C. 1904. 

*WILLIAM ABRAHAM CREDITT. 3. Grad. 

b. Baltimore, Md., July 14, 1864. L. U. 1885, post-grad. 1885-86 
ord. Baltimore, Md., June 1889 ; gen. miss. A. B. H. M. S., Md. and 
D. C, May 1889-Aug. 1890; tea. State U., Louisville, Ky., 1890-91 
and p. Frankfort, Oct. 1890-Sept. 1892; tea. State Norm. Sch., Frank 
fort, 1891-92; p. Berean ch., Washington, D. C, Sept. 1892-Dec. 1897 
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 1897-1921. d. Philadelphia, June 28, 1921. 
D.D., L. U. 1900. 

*JOHN LINCOLN DEARING. 3. Grad. 

b. Webster, Me., Dec. 10, 1858. C. U. 1884; tea. 1884-86; ord. Lisbon 
Falls, Me., June 25, 1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Yokohama, Japan, 1889- 
1916; pres. Yokohama Bapt. T. S., and prof. Theol. and Eth., 1894- 
1908; gen. miss. A. B. M. U. for Japan, China, and P. I., 1908-10; 
miss. Yokohama, Japan, 1910-16; author, d. Clifton Springs, N. Y., 
Dec. 20, 1916. D.D., Cy. C. 1900. 

*GEORGE COLEMAN GOW. 3. Grad. 

b. Ayer, Mass., Nov. 27, 1860. Br. U. 1884; not ord.; instr. Mus., 
Smith C, Northampton, 1889-95; prof. Mus. Vas. C, 1895-1932; prof, 
em. 1932-38; author, d. Poughkeepsie, Jan. 11, 1938. Mus.D., Br. 
U. 1903. Son of G. B. Gow, class of 1858. 

HARRY HORATIO HALL. 1.5. Grad. 
b. Upper Sussex, N. B., Aug. 28, 1863. Ac. C. 1886; ord. Emerson, 
Manitoba, Aug. 16, 1889; p. Emerson, 1889-93; Portage la Prairie, 
1893-99; Emerson C. Or., Boston, Mass., 1897-99; res. Winnipeg, 
Manitoba, in 1902; Stuardburn, in 1905; far. Winnipeg, in 1911; 
Portage Prairie, 1931. No further information. 

*SAMUEL WILLIS HAMBLEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Lovell Center, Me., Sept. 12, 1862. Br. U. 1886; ord. North Ber- 
wick, Me., Sept. 26, 1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Sendai, Japan, Nov. 
1889- June 1899; Tokyo, Dec. 1900-May 1909; ed. Gleanings, 1894- 
96, 1902-09; in U. S. on furlough, July 1899-Nov. 1900, June 1909- 
Mar. 1918; p. asst. 1st ch. Granville, 0., Sept. 1918-25; treas. Ohio 
Bapt. Educ. Soc, 1927-33. d. Granville, Nov. 5, 1941. 

*JOHN CHESTER HYDE. 3. Grad. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 8, 1864. U. P. 1886; ord. Newton Centre, 
May 22, 1889; miss. A. B. M. U., Congo Free State, Africa, Nov. 
1889-Nov. 1892; p. 2d ch., Waterford, Conn., Aug. 1893-Nov. 1902; 
2d ch., Newport, R. I., Nov. 1902- Jan. 1905; 1st ch., Dexter, Me., 
Sept. 1905-Oct. 1909; asst. p. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O.. Oct. 
1909-May 1915; p. Manchaug, Mass., Dec. 1916-Aug. 1919; Sheldon- 
ville, Sept. 1919-Oct. 1924; also South Foxboro Un. chap., 1922-Oct. 



162 Students — 1889 

1924; Hampton Falls, N. H., Nov. 1924-32; asst. pr. 1st Unit. Bapt. 
ch., Lowell, 1932-36; pr. emer., 1936-41. d. Lowell, Nov. 9, 1941. 

*JOHN LEWIS. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Clears, South Wales, Oct. 14, 1858. Pontypool Bapt. C, Wales, 
1885; ord. Port Elgin, N. B., Oct. 1885-Aug. 1886; p. Cheltenham, 
Ont., Sept.-Nov., 1889 ; Black River Falls, Wis., Jan.- July 1890 ; New- 
cassel, Oct. 1890-Oct. 1891; Mauston, Oct. 1891-May 1892; Sydney, 
N. S., May 1892-Mar. 1895; Campellton, N. B., May- Aug. 1895; 
Antigonish, N. S., Dec. 1895-June 1897; Morehead City, N. C, Jan. 
1898-Sept. 1899; Clayton, Oct. 1899-Oct. 1901; Southern Pines, Nov. 
1901- June 1902; Clarksville and Aaron's Creek, Va., June 1902- Apr. 
1904; Aaron's Creek, Apr. 1904- Apr. 1906; Natural Bridge, Apr.- 
Oct., 1906; Southern Pines, N. C, Nov. 1906-Apr. 1910; in bus. South- 
ern Pines, May 1910- June 1921 ; ret. ; res. Southern Pines, d. South- 
ern Pines, Jan. 2, 1926. 

*LEROY JOHNSON MONTAGUE. 3. Grad. 

b. Sparta, Va., Jan. 6, 1856. L. U. 1886; ord. 53d St. ch., New York, 
N. Y., May 27, 1889; p. Annapolis, Md., June 1889- June 1891; ev. 
Baltimore, July 1891-Dec. 1893; p. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., Jan. 1894- 
Oct. 1897; Ebenezer ch., Boston, Mass., Dec. 1897-Nov. 1906. d. 
Boston, Nov. 29, 1906. 

*EBENEZER NELSON PIERCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Plymouth, Mass., July 24, 1851. Bost. Lat. Sch. 1872 (N. T. I. 
1877-79; 1888-89) ; ord. Mt. Desert, Me., Sept. 14, 1881; p. Mt. Desert, 
1879-80; Weld and East Dixfield, 1880-81; Mt. Desert, 1881-83; 
Charleston, 1883-85; Alna, 1886-88; Colerain, Mass., Mar. 1889-90; 
Western, Neb., 1890-93; Avon, Mass., Jan. 1894-95; Gavhead, 1895- 
96; Winter Harbor, Me., 1896-Sept. 1897; Sales ; Whitneyville ; Lubec ; 
Machias ; health failed ; res. Tampa, Fla. ; Atlanta, Ga. ; p. Great Bend, 
Kans., Mar. 1908-09; Larned, 1909-10; s. Cong, ch., Lyndeboro, N. H., 
sum. 1910; p. Cong, ch., North Falmouth, Mass., Nov. 1910-Nov. 1912; 
s. 1919-20; s. Pocasset, 1921; South Jefferson, Me., 1921; Pembroke, 
1922; w. c. Aug. 1922-25. d. Boston, Mass., Apr. 12, 1925. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON RAMSDELL. 3. Grad. 
b. Lubec, Me., Nov. 13, 1859. C. U. 1886; ord. South Paris, Me., Oct. 
30, 1889; p. South Paris, July 1889-Dec. 1901; Caribou, Jan. 1902- 
Nov. 1913; Calais, Nov. 1913-Mar. 1921; Charleston, Mar. 1921-Oct. 
1935; Burnham, Oct. 1935-1940; ret.; ad. Charleston, Me. D.D., Cy. 
C. 1912. 

*JOSEPH SOMERS RUSSEL. 3. Grad. 

b. Rancocas, N. J., July 28, 1860. Br. U. 1886; ord. Warwick, R. I., 
Mar. 26, 1890; p. Warwick, 1890-Oct. 1891; Hope Valley, Nov. 1891- 
Feb. 1898; Atlantic Highlands, N. J., Mar. 1898-Mar. 1901; Presb. 
chs., Cottonwood Falls, Kans., and Dodge City, Mar. 1901- June 1907; 
ext. work Presb. Bd. H. M., June 1907-Dec. 1915; chapl. Phelps Dodge 
Corporation, Jan. 1916-23; author, d. Aug. 23, 1940. 

*ELISHA SANDERSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Canton, N. Y., Mar. 6, 1862. C. U. 1886; ord. Greenville, N. H., 
June 19, 1889; p. Greenville, 1889-Aug. 1895; New Ipswich, June 
1889-Aug. 1895; Hopkinton, Sept. 1895-Apr. 1899; Moosup, Conn., 
May 1899-Dec. 1902; Montville, Jan. 1903-Dec. 1908; Sedgwick, Me., 
Jan. 1909-Feb. 1915; Bridgewater, Mar. 1915-May 1918; Fairfax, Vt., 
June 1918- June 1922; Sutton, July 1922-24. d. South Berwick, Me., 
Jan. 4, 1939. 



Students — 1889 163 

* ARTHUR LINCOLN SNELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Lawrence, Mass., Apr. 7, 1865. H. U. 1886; ord. Foxboro, Sept. 
11, 1889; p. Foxboro, 1889-Sept. 1891; West Somerville, Oct. 1891- 
Sept. 1900; Fitchburg, Oct. 1900- Jan. 1911; sec. A. B. F. M. S., N. Y. 
dist., Feb. 1911-18; p. Un. Free Bapt. and Bapt. chs., Dover, N. H., 
Sept. 1918-21. d. Dover, Sept. 16, 1921. 

*JOHN MILTON WALDRON. 3. Grad. 

6. Lynchburg, Va., May 19, 1863. L. U. 1886; ord. Washington, 
D. C, Sept. 1890; p. Berean ch., Washington, 1890-Mar. 1892; Bethel 
ch., Jacksonville, Fla., Mar. 1892- June 1907; Shiloh ch., Washington, 
D. C, June 1907-31; ed. rel. papers; prof. Fla. Bapt. C; lect. How. 
U. d. Washington, Nov. 20, 1931. S.T.D., L. U. 1904. 



*Richard Henry Baker. 1. 

b. Hatfield, Eng., Nov. 14, 1852. C. U. 1883 ; ord. Eastport, Me., Aug. 
22, 1883; p. Cherryfield, 1883- June 1886; asst. p. 6th ch., New York, 
N. Y., July 1887- June 1888; p. Hendrix St. ch., Brooklyn, July 1888- 
1903; 1st ch., Mount Holly, N. J., 1903-12; Brooklyn, N. Y., 1912-19; 
p. em. 1919-31; res. Rutherford, N. J. d. Rutherford, Feb. 21, 1931. 
D.D., Cy. C. 1914. 

*Francis Harris Parker Beals. 0.5. 

b. Inglisville, N. S., Sept. 27, 1856. Ac. C. 1886; ord. Billtown, N. S., 
May 12, 1887; p. Billtown, 1887-Feb. 1889; Hebron, Feb. 1889-May 
1895; Canso, May 1895-Oct. 1901; Digby, Oct. 1901-Oct. 1902; health 
failed, w. c. Oct. 1902-Sept. 1904; p. Antigonish, Sept. 1904-05; 1st 
ch., Cornwallis, Nov. 1905-15; Lawrenceton, 1917-20; s. and denom. 
serv.; res. Wolfville, N. S. d. Wolfville, Nov. 16, 1927. 

*Burton Crankshaw. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Blackburn, Eng., Feb. 1, 1851. ord. 2d ch., Cambridge, Sept. 17, 
1887; p. East Cambridge, 1889-Aug. 1893; w. c. Fall River, 1893- 
1900; Nashua, N. H., 1900-18; memb. city govt., 1906-08; res. Nashua. 
d. Nashua, July 30, 1918. 

* Joseph Edward Dinsmore. 2. (E.) 

b. Marblehead, Mass., June 10, 1857. Marblehead, H. S., 1875; ord. 
Marblehead, Feb. 11, 1886; p. Merrimacport, Jan. 1886-May 1887; 
Newton, N. H., May 1887-Oct. 1888; Huntington, Mass., Jan. 1889- 
July 1890; South Chelmsford, 1890-Aug. 1891; Cottage City, Oct. 
1891-Oct. 1892; North Leverett, Mar. 1893-Dec. 1894; Fayville, Jan. 
1895-Mar. 1897; Pendleton Hill, Conn., and Hopkinton, R. I., Aug. 
1898- June 1900; New Bedford, Mass., June 1900- Aug. 1902; Nan- 
tucket, Aug. 1902-Oct. 1904; Rowe, Dec. 1904-June 1907; s. s. Lowell, 
June 1908-Mar. 1910, s. Mar. 1910-Feb. 1914; p. asst. 1st ch., Lowell, 
Feb. 1914-May 1915; occ. s. May 1915- June 1922; disab.; res. Lowell. 
d. Lowell, Nov. 12, 1925. 

*Otis Allen Freeman. 1. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 17, 1861. Br. U. 1886; not ord.; tea. 

Atlanta, Ga., 1887-88; mechanic, Worcester, Mass., 1888-98; West- 

boro and Worcester, d. Aug. 10, 1913. 
*Henry Frink. 1. 

b. Preston, Conn., Aug. 7, 1854. Br. U. 1886; C. T. S., Sept.-Dec. 

1887; R. T. S., Jan.-May 1888; not ord.; far. Preston and Norwich, 

Conn. d. Mar. 21, 1926. 

James Thomas Lightfoot. 3. Cert. 
b. Chattanooga, Tenn., Nov. 27, 1854. Car. C. 1884-86; ord. Chat- 
tanooga, Tenn., June 7, 1885; p. Mill Spring, Feb. 1884-Sept. 1885; 
Mansfield's Gap, Leadvale, Sept. 1885-Sept. 1886 (N. T. I. spec. 



164 Students — 1889 

cert.); miss. Silver City, N. M., Sept. 1889-Apr. 1890; assoc. miss., 
Mo., 1891-92; p. Lake City, Fla., Oct. 1892-Oct. 1893; Springplace, 
Ga., 1897-?; res. Dexter, N. Mex., 1910; lect. proph. and theol., 
1910- ? ; res. Portland, Tex. ; author. No further information. 

*Donald Gordon MacDonald. 1.5. 

b. Uigg, P. E. I., Feb. 15, 1843. Ac. C. 2 yrs.; ord. Newport, N. S., 
Jan. 16, 1873; p. Newport, 1873; Charlottetown, P. E. I., 1873-80; 
Sackville, N. B., 1880-83; ev. N. B., N. S., and P. E. I., 1883-86; 
N. T. I. and p. Ashland, 1886-Dec. 1887; Toronto Bapt. C. and p. 
Mem. ch., Toronto, Can., 1888-May 1889; p. Stratford, Ont., 1889- 
92; Halifax, N. S., 1892-95; North Sydney, 1895-Nov. 1897; ev. 
Canadian Northwest, 1897-1913; p. Ladner, B. C, May 1913-May 
1923; p. em., Broadway West ch., Vancouver, B. C, 1923-?; author. 
d. ca. 1940. B.Th., Toronto Bapt. C. 1889. 

* William Butler Crowell Merry. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Vineyard Haven, Mass., June 14, 1861. ord. Salem Depot, N. H., 
June 27, 1889; p. Salem Depot, Apr. 1889-Aug. 1891; Highland ch., 
Fitchburg, Mass., Sept. 1891-Dec. 1897; Union Sq. ch., Somerville, 
Jan. 1897- July 1903; supt. Boston Bapt. City Miss. Soc, 1903-11. 
d. Taunton, July 5, 1911. 

Sidney Eugene Packard. 1.5 (E.) 
b. Warren, Me., Dec. 8, 1861. ord. Newcastle and Alna, Me., May 9, 
1889; p. Newcastle and Alna, Feb. 1889-Sept. 1891; Rockland, 1891- 
92; Hodgdon, 1892-Sept. 1893; Waldoboro, 1893-94; Liberty, 1894- 
95; Martinsville, 1895-97; Rockport, 1897-1900; Johnson, Vt., Oct. 
1900-02; Mechanic Falls, Me., Nov. 1902-Aug. 1903; Waldoboro, 
Sept. 1903-05; s. s. Friendship, Nov. 1905-11; res. Port Clyde, 1927; 
Boothbay, Me., 1932; Camden; ad. Camden, Me. 

^Charles Albert Parker 1 

b. Ludlow, Me., Jan. 8, 1859. Br. U. 1886 (N. T. I., Feb.-Dec. 1887) ; 
R. T. S., Jan. 1888-89; ord. Houlton, Me., July 26, 1889; p. Gunni- 
son, Colo., and Lake City, Dec. 1889-Dec. 1891 ; Lake City, Dec. 1891- 
Nov. 1893; s. Carver, Mass., Dec. 1893-Dec. 1894; H. U. D. S. 1893- 
95; p. Calvary ch., Quincy, Feb. 1895-Sept. 1898; Los Gatos, Calif., 
Sept. 1898-Nov. 1900; Im. ch., San Jose, Oct. 1901-May 1903; w. c, 
health failed, 1903-06 ; p. Redwood City, Jan. 1906-26. d. San Jose, 
May 3, 1934. 

*Herman Joseph Powell. 1. 

b. Ionia, Mich., Jan. 30, 1864. U. Mich. 1886 ; ord. Springlake, Mich., 
Oct. 14, 1887; s. Springlake, May 1887- Aug. 1888; B. U. T. S. 1888- 
90; p. Creston, la., May 1890-Sept. 1894; Joliet, 111., July 1895-Feb. 
1897; w. c. Ionia. Mich., 1897-99; p. Carlsbad, N. Mex., Jan. 1900- 
Feb. 1902; Albuquerque, Feb. 1902-Mar. 1904; 1st ch., Hollywood, 
Calif., 1904; asst. A. B. M. U., Boston, Mass., Jan. 1905-May 1907; 
far. and occ. s. Santa Ana, Calif., 1907-22; asst. p. Santa Ana, 1922- 
23; Hollvwood, 1923-24; res. Santa Ana. d. Santa Ana, Mar. 30, 
1936. 

*David Price. 1. 

b. Merthyr Tydvil, Wales, Jan. 19, 1858. Llangollen Bapt. C, Wales, 
1879-82; ord. Holyhead, May 16, 1882; p. Holyhead, 1882-Oct. 1884; 
Paradise, N. S., Dec. 1884- Aug. 1886; p. Cambridge, N. S., July 1887- 
June 1890; Isaac's Harbor, July 1890- June 1894; Tyron, P. E. L, 
Sept. 1894-May 1900; Milton ch., Yarmouth, N. S., Nov. 1900-Nov. 
1904; North River, P. E. I., Dec. 1904-Oct. 1906; Milton, N. S., Nov. 
1906-Nov. 1908; Dartmouth, Dec. 1908- July 1911; Middle Sackville, 
N. B., Aug. 1911-16; Chipman, Mar. 1916-Oct. 1920; River Glade, 



Students — 1890 165 

Nov. 1920-Aug. 1922; Middle Sackville, Sept. 1922-?; Berwick, d. 
Berwick, N. S., Mar. 1, 1939. 

*William Allen Chipman Rowse. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Lockport, N. S., Oct. 4, 1852. Ac. C. 1885-86; ord. Upper St. 
Mary's, N. S., Apr. 6, 1887; p. Upper St. Mary's and Port Hilford, 
Apr.-Sept. 1887; Pocasset, Mass., Jan. 1888-90; Pendleton, Ore., 
1890-91; Chehalis, Wash., 1891; Mt. Vernon and Sedro-Wolley, 1891- 
94; became a Disciple; p. Mt. Vernon, 1895-96; in bus., Kenmare, 
N. D., 1896-1901; p. Kelso, Wash., 1901-03; in bus., Kelso and Seattle, 
1903-15; res. Seattle, Wash. d. Seattle, Nov. 11, 1915. 

*Hibbert Binney Smith. 1. 

b. Brookfield, N. S., Sept. 5, 1858. Ac. C. 1886; ord. Little River, 
N. S., Sept. 11, 1887; p. Canso, 1887-90; Springhill, 1890-96; Svdney, 
C. B., 1896-98; New Germany, N. S,, Sept. 1898-Dec. 1905; Melvern 
Square, Jan. 1906-Mar. 1912; Hebron, Mar. 1912-16. d. Hebron, 
Jan. 18, 1916. 

Walter James Swaffield. 1. (E.) 
b. Bristol, Eng., Dec. 6, 1857. East London Inst. 1873-78; ord. Port 
Hawkesbury, N. S., Aug. 20, 1880; ev., Can., 1880-87; p. Fairville 
ch., St. John, N. B., 1885-87; p. Mariner's ch., Boston, Mass., May 
1888-96; Summit Ave. ch., Jersey City, N. J., 1896-1903; Lexington 
Ave. ch., New York City, Mar. 1903-Nov. 1905; 1st ch., Lawrence, 
Mass., Dec. 1905-Dec. 1911; 1st Mariner's ch., Boston, Dec. 1911-Dec. 
1917; Park Ave. ch., Plainfield, N. J., Dec. 1917—; author; ad. Ill 
East 9th St., Plainfield. Ph.D. 

*Edward Arthur Tuck. 0.5. 

b. Milford, N. H., Feb. 6, 1860. A. C. 1885; Chic. T. S. (Cong.) 
1886-87 (N. T. I., Sept.-Dec. 1887) ; R. T. S. 1888-May 1889;" miss. 
Newburgh, N. Y., 1889-91; ord. Newburgh, Nov. 10, 1891; p. People's 
ch., Newburgh, Dec. 1891-96 ; Summer St. ch., Nantucket, Mass., Nov. 
1896-Dec. 1897; People's ch., Dec. 1897- June 1899: ev. work, 1899- 
1900; p. Otisfield, Me., Cong, ch., and Casco, Me., Un. ch., 1901-03; 
miss, to lumbermen, under Me. H. M. Soc. (Cong.), and N. H. H. M. 
Soc. (Cong.) 1904; under N. H. H. M. S., 1905; p. Cong, ch., West 
Stewartstown, N. H., 1906-07; West ch. (Cong.), Concord, 1908-13; 
field sec. The Lord's Day League, May 1913-19 ; sec. The N. H. Sab- 
bath Conf., 1920; p. Community ch., Sugar Hill, N. H., May 1921- 
Apr. 1923; fed. ch., Sturbridge, Mass., May 1923-29; res. Penney 
Farms, Fla. d. Penney Farms, Dec. 15, 1931. 

1890 

*HENRY DUGWELL BENTLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Halifax, N. S., Jan. 31, 1858. Ac. C. 1881; miss. Winnipeg, Mani- 
toba, aut. 1890-Oct. 1891; miss. p. Ord, Nebr., Nov. 1891- Jan. 1893; 
ord. Mar. 8, 1892; s. Northboro, Mass., Feb.-May 1893, p. May 1893- 
May 1895; Bluehill, Me., Nov. 1895-Sept. 1897; Bristol, Sept. 1898- 
Apr. 1901; Grenfell, Sak., Jan. 1902-Oct. 1904; miss, ch., Medora, 
Man., Oct. 1904-Oct. 1905; miss, ch., Chemanais, B. C, Nov. 1905- 
Mar. 1906 ; far. Wetaskiwin, Alta., Apr. 1906- Apr. 1921 ; ret. ; occ. s. ; 
res. Middleton, N. S. d. Middleton, July 23, 1926. 

*CHARLES HOVEY BROWN. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 24, 1858/ M. I. T. 1880; ord. Willington, 
Conn., Oct. 2, 1890; p. Willington, 1890-99; Newport, Vt., Nov. 1899- 
July 1906 ; Saxton's River, Aug. 1906- July 1908. d. Saxton's River, 
July 23, 1908. 



166 Students — 1890 

♦JUDSON BILLINGS BRYANT. 3. Grad. 

b. Knox, Me., June 30, 1862. C. U. 1886; ord. China, Me., Sept. 26, 
1890; p. China, 1890-Feb. 1891; Bowdoinham, Feb. 1891-Oct. 1892; 
Wayne and Fayette, Dec. 1893-Sept. 1899; author; in bus. 1899-1927; 
res. Portland, Me. d. Portland, Oct. 30, 1927. 

*WILLIAM EDWARD COOPER. 3. Grad. 

b. Middletown, N. J., Feb. 23, 1862. M. U. 1887; not ord.; miss, work 
Headdon's Corner, N. J., and other places, June 1890-May 1891; p. 
Montana, May 1891-May 1892; miss, work Alden, Lorrain, Waverly 
Park, Tremly, Garwood, and elsewhere, Feb. 1893- July 1896; Wav- 
erly Park, Tremly, Garwood, and elsewhere, Feb. 1897- July 1902; 
Alden, Tremly, New Orange, Sept. 1902-Feb. 1904; N. J. State Hosp., 
Feb. 1904-Apr. 1911 ; miss. Keansburg, June-Sept. 1911 ; New York, 
N. Y., Sept. 1911-33. d. New York, 1933. 

*EDWIN LEWIS GATES. 3. Grad. 

b. Melvern Square, N. S., Mar. 23, 1862. Ac. C. 1887; ord. Fiskdale, 
June 5, 1890; p. Fiskdale, Mar. 1890-Aug. 1893; Warner, N. H., Nov. 
1893-Mar. 1899; Crown Hill eh., Nashua, Apr. 1899-May 1904; 
Presque Isle, Me., June 1904-Sept. 1909; Dover-Foxcroft, Sept. 1909- 
16. d. Foxcroft, Mar. 18, 1916. 

*CHARLES HADLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Lewiston, Me., Aug. 5, 1864. Ba. C. 1866 ; ord. Lewiston, Me., July 
1 16, 1890; miss. A. B. M. U., Perambore, Madras, India, 1890-94. d. 
* Lewiston, Me., Dec. 21, 1895. 

*WILLIAM BERNARD HUTCHINSON. 2. Grad. 

b. Glenholm, N. S., Feb. 16, 1861. Ac. C. 1886 (N. T. I. 1886-87; 
1889-90) ; Mc.M. U. D. S. 1887-88; R. T. S. 1888; ord. Quebec City, 
P. Q., Jan. 29, 1889; p. Quebec City, Jan.-Sept. 1889; North ch., 
Topeka, Kans., Aug. 1890-Feb. 1904; 1st ch., Salida, Colo., Feb.- July, 
1904; 1st ch., Lawrence, Kans., Aug. 1904- July 1907; pres. Ac. U., 
Aug. 1907- Aug. 1909; p. 1st Ave. ch., Hutchinson, Kans., Sept. 1909- 
Sept. 1914; Allerton, la., Jan. 1915-Dec. 1915; 1st ch., Burlington, 
Jan. 1916-Dec. 1922; dist. sec. State Conv. for N. E. la., Jan. 1923-25. 
d. Des Moines, June 9, 1925. D.D., Ott. U. 1901. 

FRIEDRICH WILHELM KLEIN. 3. Grad. 
b. Sommerfeld, Prussia, Dec. 14, 1859. P. A. A. 1886-87; ord. New- 
ton Centre, May 15, 1890 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Assam, May 1890-Aug. 
1891; tea. Boston, Mass., and s. in N. E. and N. J., win. 1891-92; p. 
Wenham, Apr. 1892-Feb. 1895; Andover, Feb. 1895- Apr. 1900; s. in 
N. C. and N. J., May-Oct. 1900; Stratham, N. H., Oct. 1900-Feb. 1904; 
Pownal, Vt., Feb. 1904-Mar. 1906 ; Bapt. and Free Bapt. chs., Greene, 
Me., Apr. 1906-Dec. 1909; Bapt. ch., Mt. Vernon, Jan.-Nov. 1910; 
tea. theol. dept. Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., Dec. 1910-May 1911; p. 
Mt. Vernon, Me., June 1911-May 1913; No. Vassalboro and Vassal- 
boro Centre, June 1913-May 1916 ; Eber Dunham Mem. ch., Mansfield 
Depot, Conn., June 1916-May 1923; West Wardsboro, Vt., June 
1923- Apr. 1931; occ. s. 1931 — ; ad. The Hermitage, Box 130, Jamaica, 
Vt. 

*WILBUR BROWN PARSHLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Urbana, O., Sept. 14, 1859. ord. Liveoak, Fla., Jan. 29, 1882; p. 
Liveoak and Madison, Sept. 1881-Sept. 1882; act. p. Narragansett 
Pier, R. I., aut. 1882-sum. 1883; Br. U. 1886; act. p. Phenix, R. I., 
July 1886-Sept. 1887; s. East Cambridge, spg. 1888-aut. 1889; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Nemuro, Japan, 1890-95; Yokohama, 1895-1912, prof. 
Ch. Hist., Bapt. T. S., Yokohama, and later, Tokyo, 1895-1912, pres., 
1908-12; on furlough, U. S., 1913; p. Liveoak, Fla., Oct. 1913-Nov. 



Students — 1890 167 

1920 ; p. part time chs., Fla., 1920-30. d. Liveoak, Fla., Jan. 14, 1930. 
D.D., Br. U. 1911. 

*HENRY FRANCIS PERRY. 3. Grad. 

b. Plymouth, Mass., Oct. 6, 1861. W. A. 1887; U. Chic. 1899; ord. 
Hudson, June 12, 1888; p. Hudson, June 1888-Nov. 1890; Hyde Park, 
Dec. 1890-Nov. 1896; spec. stud. H. U., Bost. U., and U. Chic; p. 
Chicago, 111., Dec. 1896-Nov. 1903 ; Jarvis St. ch., Toronto, Ont., Dec. 
1903- June 1909; lect. on Past. Theol., McM. U. 1907-09; p. Van- 
couver, B. C, July 1909-Apr. 1915 ; ch. of Redeemer, Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Apr. 1915-24; lect. and trav., 1924-?. d. Feb. 21, 1942. D.D., S. C. 
1896, McM. U. 1909. 

*ARTHUR LEONARD WADSWORTH. 3. Grad. 

b. New Sharon, Me., Jan. 4, 1864. Tea. Providence, R. I., 1884-86; 
Br. U. 1886; prin. sch., Adams, Mass., 1886-87; ord. Providence, R. I., 
June 17, 1890; instr. Heb. and Gr., p. Rockland, Apr. 1892-Oct. 1896; 
Newport, Vt., Dec. 1896-Oct. 1899 ; Monrovia, Calif., Oct. 1899-Jan. 
1904; field ed. The Pacific Baptist, 1904-18; field rep. The Watchman- 
Examiner, 1918 ; author ; res. South Pasadena, Calif, d. South Pasa- 
dena, Sept. 3, 1935. 

*WILLIAM WALTER WAKEMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Moodus, East Haddam, Conn., July 29, 1860. Br. U. 1887; ord. 
Hampton Falls, N. H., June 19, 1890; p. Hampton Falls and Sea- 
brook, June 1890-Apr. 1897 ; miss. Bost. Bapt. S. S. Assoc, Medford, 
Mass., Apr.- July 1897; org. ch., South Medford, July 1897, p. Oct. 
1897-Feb. 1900; Reading, Feb. 1900-Nov. 1903; s. s. New Braintree, 
Mass., Cong, ch., Jan. 1904- July 1905; p. Bapt. ch., Ashland, Nov. 
1907-May 1910; Bellingham, Apr. 1911-Oct. 1916; Westwood, Oct. 
1916-28; author; ret.; res. Weymouth, d. Exeter, N. H., May 19, 
1935. 

*CHARLES LINCOLN WHITE. 3. Grad. 

b. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 22, 1863. Br. U. 1887; ord. Great Falls, now 
Somersworth, N. H., Oct. 13, 1890; p. Somersworth, Sept. 1890-Dec 
1894; 1st ch., Nashua, Dec. 1894- July 1900; gen. sec. N. H. Bapt. 
State Conv., July 1900-Sept. 1901; pres. Cy. C. Sept. 1901-July 1908; 
assoc cor. sec. A. B. H. M. S. July 1908-May 1918, exec, sec, 1918- 
29; author since 1925, A New Approach to Annuities, 1930. d. 
Arlington, Mass., Apr. 20, 1941. D.D., B. C. 1902; LL.D., D. U. 1924. 

*BENAIAH LONGLEY WHITMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Wilmot, N. S., Nov. 21, 1862. Br. U. 1887; ord. Newton Upper 
Falls, Sept. 13, 1887; p. Newton Upper Falls, 1887- Aug. 1888; North 
Grafton, Sept. 1888-Oct. 1889; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., Sept. 
1890-Aug. 1892; pres. C. U. 1892-95; pres. Col. U., Washington, 
D. C, 1895-1900; p. 5th ch., Philadelphia, Apr. 1900-Dec 1907; 1st 
ch., Seattle, Wash., Jan. 1908-Nov. 1911. d. Seattle, Nov. 27, 1911. 
D.D., B. C. 1894. 



*Hartnell John Bartlett. 2. 

b. London, Eng., Aug. 25, 1864. W. A. 1887; C. T. S. 1889-90; ord. 

New Boston, N. H., July 2, 1890; p. New Boston, 1890- June 1896; 

Ashland, Mass., July 1896-Apr. 1898; Thompson, Conn., May 1898- 

Mar. 1900; Hampton Falls, N. H., Mar. 1900-May 1906; North 

Scituate, Mass., May 1906-July 1911. d. North Scituate, July 4, 1911. 
*George Francis Fletcher. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. East Washington, N. H., Feb. 26, 1854. Mid. C; N. T. I. 1888-90; 

ord. Nashua, N. H., Nov. 18, 1890; res. East Washington, 1890-91. 

d. East Washington, July 24, 1891. 



168 Students — 1890 

Binney Gunnison. 1.5. 
b. Erie, Pa., Dec. 20, 1863. H. U. 1886; C. T. S. 1889-90; ord. dea. 
Meth. ch., Boston, Mass., Nov. 22, 1891; asst. p. People's ch., Apr. 
1891-Feb. 1893; tea. Brooklyn Polytechnic Inst., Feb.- July 1893; 
stud. Sch. of Expr., Boston, Mass., 1893-94; tea. Sch. of Expr., 1894- 
95, 1897-1907; tea. W. A., Mar. 1895- June 1896; tea. Eloc, St. John's 
Ecc. S., Brighton, Mass., 1897-98; H. U. 1905-06; A. T. S. 1900-1907; 
Jas. Milliken U., Decatur, 111., 1907-13 ; Lombard C, Galesburg, 1913- 
16; C. of Emporia, Emporia, Kans., 1916-17; Wesleyan U., Middle- 
town, Conn., 1917-23 ; Conn. C, New London, 1919-25 ; Curry School 
of Expression, Boston, Mass., 1923 — ; Moravian C. and Theol. Sem., 
Bethlehem, Pa., 1922-23; U. T. S., 1922-24; author; ad. 71 Highland 
St., Norwood, Mass. D.S.O., Curry School of Expression, 1939. Son 
of George W Gunnison, class of 1851. 

*Willard Parker Palmer. 1. 

b. Aylesford, N. S., Dec. 27, 1861. Cob. C. I. 1887; ord. China, Me., 
Mar. 6, 1889; p. China, Jan. 1889- June 1890; Vassalboro, July 1890- 
Sept. 1892; in bus. Dedham, Mass., 1893-1900; Fairfield, Me., Jan. 
1900- June 1908; p. China, June 1908- Jan. 1911; Harrington, 1911- 
Jan. 1914; Presque Isle, Jan. 1914-Dec. 1916; Waldoboro, Dec. 1916- 
Dec. 1919 ; health failed ; res. China, Me. d. Waterville, Sept. 3, 1937. 

*Fred Miller Perkins. 0.5. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 4, 1864. C. U. 1887. d. Somerville, Jan. 
2, 1888. 

Ulysses Grant Baker Pierce. 2. 
b. Providence, R. I., July 17, 1865. Hills C. 1890 ; H. U. D. S. 1890-91 ; 
ord. (Unit.) Decorah, la., July 1891; p. Unit, ch., Decorah, 1891-Nov. 
1892; Pomona, Calif., Mar. 1893-Dec. 1897; Ithaca, N. Y., Jan. 1898- 
1901; All Soul's ch., Washington, D. C, Jan. 1901—; lect.; chap. 
U. S. Senate, June 1909-July 1912; author; ad. 1748 Lamont St., 
Washington, D. C. Ph.D., Geo. Washington U. 1915; D.D., Hills. C. 
1909, Geo. Washington U. 1909. 

1891 

*WILLIAM ABNER ATCHLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Sevierville, Tenn., Apr. 20, 1860. ord. Alderbranch ch., Sevier Co., 
Sept. 20, 1885; Car. C. 1884-88; p. Chester, Conn., Aug. 1891- Apr. 
1892; Farmington, Me., Apr. 1892-Mar. 1895; Bath, Mar. 1895- July 
1901; South Framingham, Mass., July 1901-Sept. 1903; 2d ch., Knox- 
ville, Tenn., Sept. 1903- June 1911; Butte, Mont., June 1911-1912; 
Asbury Park, N. J., Aug. 1912-1919; Harriman, Tenn., Feb. 1919- 
1921; Knoxville, Dec. 1921-?; Perth Amboy, N. J.; Penny Farms, 
Fla.; Tazewell, Tenn., 1834. d. ca. 1940. D.D., Un. U. Jackson, 
Tenn., 1908. 

*JOHN HOWARD BARSS. 3. Grad. 

b. Wolfville, N. S., July 7, 1855. Ac. C. 1875; ord. Wolfville, N. S., 
July 29, 1891; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., to Telugus, 1891-93; w. c. 
Wolfville, N. S., 1893-1906; in bus. Wolfville, 1906-1913; ret.; res. 
Wolfville. d. Wolfville, Sept. 17, 1926. 

*WOODMAN BRADBURY. 3. Grad. 

b. Bangor, Me., Apr. 9, 1866. C. U. 1887; ord. Melrose, June 2, 
1891; p. Laconia, N. H., May 1891-Apr. 1897; Pleasant St. ch., 
Worcester, Mass., Apr. 1897-Mar. 1901: Old Cambridge ch., Cam- 
bridge, Mar. 1901- June 1918; prof. Homil. and Past. Duties, N. T. I., 
July 1918-35. d. Boston, Feb. 26, 1935. D.D., Cy. C. 1907. 



Students — 1891 169 

*LOUIS ROUSSY DUTAUD. 3. Grad. 

b. Grande Ligne, P. Q., Aug. 4, 1864. Grande Ligne Feller Inst., 1879- 
84; Wo. C, Ont., 6 mos., 1886; tea., Feller Inst., Grande Ligne, 1886- 
87; ord. Emileville, now St. Pie, P. Q., Oct. 19, 1893; p. Emileville, 
June 1891-May 1894; Waterloo, May 1894- June 1895; Quebec City, 
June 1895- Apr. 1905; far. and occ. s., Grande Ligne, 1905-08; p. 
Emileville, now St. Pie, Nov. 1908-May 1911; Montreal and Delson 
Jc, May 1911-May 1915; Roxton Pond, P. Q., May 1915-May 1918; 
s., Montreal, May 1918-Dec. 1922; p. Pentecostal ch. (French), Mont- 
real, Jan. 1923-31. d. Montreal, Mar. 10, 1931. 

*WILLIAM CHAMBERLAIN HALE. 3. Grad. 

b. Fayetteville, Ark., Jan. 9, 1863. Car. C. 1888; ord. Mossy Creek 
Tenn., June 15, 1890; p. Missoula, Mont., June 1891-Oct. 1892 
Kalispell, Oct. 1892-Feb. 1893; Morristown, Tenn., Sept. 1893-1895 
cor. sec. S. W. Va. Inst. 1895-96; p. Warrensburg, Tenn., Feb. 1896- 
Oct. 1922; stud., So. Bapt. Theol. Sem. 1922-23; p. Morehead, Ky., 
Sept. 1923-?; Savannah, Ga. d. Nov. 27, 1927. D.D., People's Na- 
tional U. 1923. 

ADDISON BENJAMIN LORIMER. 3. Grad. 
b. Beebe Plain, P. Q., Apr. 4, 1865. C. U. 1888; ord. Coaticooke, 
Que., June 12, 1891 ; miss. F. M. Bd. Ont. and Que., Cocanana, India, 
Oct. 1891-Sept. 1892; p. Mt. Pleasant ch., Vancouver, B. C, Jan. 
1893- Jan. 1894; Woonsocket, R. I., July 1894- July 1900; Columbia 
St. ch., Bangor, Me., Sept. 1900-Sept. 1912; 1st ch., Lynn, Mass., 
Sept. 1912-Spr. 1917; Cent. Square ch., Portland, Me., Apr. 1917- 
Aug. 1925; Chambers Mem. ch., New York City, Sept. 1925-Apr. 
1938; 1st ch., Bellows Falls, Vt., June 1938—; ad. 74 Atkinson St., 
Bellows Falls. D.D., Cy. C. 1921. 

*LEWIS DOYLE MORSE. 3. Grad. 

b. Nictaux, N. S., Jan. 14, 1864. Ac. C. 1888; ord. Nictaux, N. S., 
June 9, 1891; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Bimlipatam, India, Dec. 
1891-Mar. 1900; act. p. 1st ch., Halifax, N. S., Nov. 1901-Apr. 1902; 
p. Berwick, 1902- Jan. 1904; Wolfville, Jan. 1904-Mar. 1908; Colg. 
U., post-grad. 1908-10; instr. Practical Miss., 1908-09; p. Earlville, 
N. Y., Oct. 1908-14; Mem. ch., Cortland, Jan. 1914-Oct. 1918; Conk- 
lin Ave. ch., Binghamton, Oct. 1918-Feb. 1920. d. Binghamton, N. Y., 
Feb. 19, 1920. 

HENRY WINN PINKHAM. 3. Grad. 
b. Newton Centre, Mass., Apr. 14, 1864. Br. U. 1888; ord. Newton 
Centre, Sept. 9, 1891; p. E. Washington Ave. ch., now 2nd, Bridge- 
port, Conn., Sept. 1891-Sept. 1895; act. p. 1st ch., Denver, Colo., 
Mar.-Oct., 1896; p. Bethany ch., Denver, Nov. 1896-Mar. 1912; rec. 
into Unit, min., Nov. 1909; supt. St. Mary's House for Sailors, E. 
Boston, July 1912-Feb. 1915; p. Unit, ch., Melrose, Mass., Mar. 1915- 
July 1917; ch. of Humanity, Boston, June 1918-Oct. 1920; s. s. Pitts- 
field, Jan.-Nov. 1927 ; sec. The Association to Abolish War, Nov. 1920- 
Nov. 1927; candidate for gov., Colo., 1910; author since 1927, A 
Reply to Bishop G. Ashton Oldham, 1941; ad. 27 Ripley Terrace, 
Newton Centre. Grandson of Henry J. Ripley, professor, 1826-60. 

^FREDERICK JAMES SALSMAN. 5. Grad. 

b. Country Harbor, N. S., July 3, 1854. (N. T. 1. 1885-89; 1890-91) ; 
ord. Maiden, July 15, 1891 ; p. Rathdrum, Id., Aug. 1891-Aug. 1892 ; 
Missoula, Mont., Sept. 1892-Mar. 1905; Ukiah, Calif., Feb.-Dec. 1906; 
Salinas, Feb. 1907-July 1909; Stevensville, Mont., June 1910-Sept. 
1916; Anaconda, Sept. 1916-May 1917; Hamilton, May 1917-Sept. 
1921; ret.; res. Pacific Grove, Calif, d. Pacific Grove, July 25, 1928. 



170 Students — 1891 

MARTIN CURTIS STONECIPHER. 3. Grad. 
b. Foxville, 111., Apr. 30, 1858. S. C. 1887, theol. dept. 1887-88; ord. 
Exeter, Nebr., Aug. 15, 1888; p. Exeter, 1888-89; B. U. T. S. 1889- 
90; p. Sun Prairie, Wis., 1891-92; U. Chic, 1892-93; p. East Lynn, 
111., 1893-95; Rosedale, Kans., 1895-96; Methodist ch., Xenia, 111., 
1897-?. Ph.D., S. C. 1895. No further information. 

JOHN FREEMAN TILTON. 3. Grad. 
b. Sidney, Me., Feb. 13, 1867. C. U. 1888; ord. Belfast, Me., Nov. 18, 
1891; p. Belfast, 1891-May 1898; 2d ch., Dedham, Mass., May 1898- 
Dee. 1904; Saco, Me., Dec. 1904- Jan. 1909; in bus., 1909—; ad. 419 
Cumberland Ave., Portland, Me. 



Linneus Marshall Bosworth. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Canton, Me., July 26, 1863. ord. South Penobscot, Me., July 12, 
1891; p. South Penobscot, July 1891-Dec. 1892; Lamoine, Jan. 1893- 
May 1898; West Harpswell, June 1898- Jan. 1900; Jay, Jan. 1900- 
Sept. 1902; Cong, chs., Gilead, Me., and Shelburne, N. H., Sept. 1902- 
04; Bristol, Me., May 1905- June 1906; Deer Isle, June 1906-Sept. 
1909; Milbridge, Oct. 1909-Dec. 1911; Goshen, Mass., Jan. 1912-Dec. 
1915; Beechwood, Cohasset, Jan. 1916-25; Saxonville, 1926-28; West 
Tisbury, 1930-41 ; ad. 2 Irvington Court, Attleboro, Mass. 
*William Stephen Bullock. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Roxton Pond, P. Q., Aug. 3, 1865. Mag. U. 1888-89; ord. Mon- 
treal, Can., Feb. 18, 1892; French miss., Ottawa, Feb.- June 1892; p. 
Maskinonge French ch., July 1892-Mar. 1897; Roxton Pond, Mar. 
1897-1908; ret. ; res. Roxton Pond. d. Roxton Pond, ( ?) Nov. 13, 1936. 

* Arthur Haseltine Curtis. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Portland, Me., July 20, 1866. Cob. C. I. 1885-86; ord. Fairfield, 
Me., Aug. 16, 1892; miss. A. B. M. U., Ongole, India, Nov. 1892- Aug. 
1895, Madras, Aug. 1895-Apr. 1903; in U. S., May 1903-Sept. 1905; 
Udayagiri, India, Jan. 1906-Nov. 1907; Nellore, Nov. 1907-Dec. 1909; 
Podili, Dec. 1909-Apr. 1913, and Kanigiri, Apr. 1910-Oct. 1912; in 
U. S., May 1913- July 1915; Bapatla, India, Oct. 1915-Apr. 1923; in 
U. S., May 1923-30. d. Mt. Vernon, N. Y., July 9, 1930. 

* William Henry Davenport. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Colerian, Mass., May 27, 1862. Med. and Dental C, Philadelphia, 
Pa., D. D. S. 1883; ord. Everett, June 3, 1891; p. Glendale ch., Ever- 
ett, 1891-Dec. 1892; ev. Minn., Jan.-Dec. 1893; p. Rochester, Jan. 
1894-Oct. 1896; ev. Minn, and N. Dak., Nov. 1896-Oct. 1902; s., Mass., 
1903-06; lect. Mass. State Bd. of Agriculture, 1906-1913; res. Cole- 
rian, 1903-1920; p. East Longmeadow, Dec. 1920-28; 2d Bellingham 
and Mendon, 1928-29. d. South Bellingham, Nov. 16, 1929. 

Charles Hoben Day. 1. 
b. St. John, N. B., Dec. 22, 1864. Ac. C. 1886; instr. Hort. A. 1886- 
87; Br. U. 1888; U. Berlin, 1890-91; grad. stud. Br. U. 1896-97; ord. 
Quebec, Can., Feb. 25, 1892; p. Quebec, Feb. 1892-Feb. 1896; stud. 
Br. U., and miss. Providence, R. I., 1896-97; prof. Mod. Lang., S. C, 
1897-99; p. Kentville, N. S., 1900-05; 1st ch., Watertown, Mass., Nov. 
1905-May 1923; s. Westboro, Dec. 1924-Dec. 1929; author; ret.; ad. 3 
Moreland Ave., Newton Centre. D.D., S. C. 1905, Ac. U. 1912. 

Austen Kennedy De Blois. 1.5. 
b. Wolfville, N. S., Dec. 17, 1866. Ac. C. 1886; Br. U. 1886-88; U. 
Berlin, 1890; U. Leipzig, 1891; vice-prin. Un. Bapt. S., St. Martins, 
N. B., 1892, prin. 1892-94; pres. S. C. 1894-99; p. 1st ch., Elgin, 111., 
June 1899-Jan. 1903; 1st ch., Chicago, Feb. 1903-May 1911; 1st ch., 
Boston, Mass., June 1911-26; lect., psy. of rel., N. T. I. 1913-14, 1916- 



Students — 1891 171 

17; phil. of rel., 1915-16; pres. Eastern Bapt. Theo. Sem., 1926-36; 
pres. em., 1936—; author; ad. 2652 Lenape Rd., West Park, Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Ph.D., Br. U. 1889; D.D., Br. U. 1914, Ac. C. 1925; 
LL.D., F. C. 1899. Son of S. W. De Blois, class of 1853. 

*Ellsworth Thomas Derr. 1.5. 

b. Moreland, Pa., Jan. 1, 1862. U. Michigan, 1888; ord. Rehoboth, 
Jan. 1890 ; p. Rehoboth ; miss. p. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, 0., 1894- 
Mar. 1895; p. Seville, Mar. 1895-97; Royersford, Pa., 1897-?; left 
ministry; became Christian Scientist; in bus. New York City, 1900; 
Spokane, Wash, in 1910 ; West Slayton, Ore., in 1915 ; Seattle, Wash., 
in 1930. d. near Seattle, Aug. 9, 1939. 

*Charles Lewis Eaton. 0.5. 

6. St. John, N. B., May 3, 1858. Ac. C. 1877-81 (N. T. I., Dec. 1887- 
Oct. 1888). d. Newton Centre, Oct. 12, 1888. 

*Henry Howell Harris. 2. 

b. Mathews Court House, Va., Dec. 7, 1865. Hampton Inst. 1886; 
ord. Mathews Court House, Apr. 28, 1888; p. Mathews Court House, 
Sept. 1887-May 1888; p. 12th ch., Boston, 1889-92; Walnut Hills, 
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 1892-June 1896; Corinthian ch., Indianapolis, 
Ind., Nov. 1896- Aug. 1897; Zion ch., Cincinnati, O., Aug. 1897-Dec. 
1904; Newport News, Va., 1904-08; 1st colored ch., St. Louis, Mo., 
1908-1914; Bethel ch., St, Louis, 1914-19; Compton Hill ch., St. Louis, 
1919-23 ; ed. The Metropolitan Pulpit and Pew, 1909-10. d. St. Louis, 
Mar. 7, 1923. D.D., Guadalupe C. 1902. 

* Jesse Taylor Pope. 1.5. 

b. Spartanburg, S. C, Feb. 17, 1860. Car. C. 1885; ord. Bigspring, 
Tenn., Oct. 1889; p. Bigspring; prof. Anc. Lang., Holdston C, 1890- 
98; p. Boons Creek, June 1893-1903; Bluff City, 1904-10; Corbin, 
Ky., 1911-18; Louisa, 1919-23; Gauley Bridge, W. Va., 1924-26; ret.; 
d. Richmond, Ky., June 26, 1935. 

*Frank Edward Bobbins. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Middlebury, Conn., Jan. 18, 1858. C. L. I. 1887-89; ord. Norwalk, 
Conn., June 3, 1891; p. Norwalk, 1891-Sept. 1898; w. c. 1898-1921; 
res. Boston, Mass. d. Hartford, Conn., Jan. 31, 1921. 

*John Abisha Shaw. 

b. Albion, Me., Nov. 21, 1862. C. U. 1888; ord. Hyannis, Apr. 23, 
1889; p. Hyannis, Feb. 1889-Feb. 1891; Dover, N. H., Apr. 1891-Oct. 
1893; 1st ch., Quincy, 111., Jan. 1894- Jan. 1898; Redoak, la., Jan. 
1898-1904; Salida, Colo., 1905-07; Albuquerque, N. Mex., Aug. 
1908-?; Spokane, Wash., in 1916; Pullman, Paradise, Kennewick, 
Wash. ; Pasadena, Calif, d. Pasadena, Apr. 4, 1941. 

*Clarence Eli Tullar. 4. (E.) Dipl. 

6. Bolton, Conn., Mar. 10, 1860. W. A. 1881-83; tea. Waterbury, 
Conn., 1883-84; S. Willington, 1884-85; Poquonnoc Bridge, 1885-87; 
Sch. of Expr., Boston, 1891-92; ord. Whitman, Nov. 24, 1892; p. 
Whitman, Dec. 1892-Nov. 1894; Melrose Highlands, Mar. 1896-Apr. 
1898; w. c. Newton Centre, 1898-?; s. Suncook, N. H., Apr. 1906- 
Apr. 1907; Rowley, Mass., Sept. 1908- July 1909; Somerset, Dec. 
1910-Aug. 1911; act. p. Randall Mem. Free Bapt. ch., East Somer- 
ville, 1912-14; w. c. 1914-42. d. Cambridge, Oct. 7, 1942. 
Spencer Tunnell. 2. 
b. Kendricks Creek, Tenn., Feb. 27, 1863. Car. C. 1888; ord. Mossy 
Creek, Tenn., Mar. 14, 1886; p. Mansfield, June 1890- June, 1894; act. 
p. Beech St. ch., Chattanooga, Tenn., June-Oct. 1894; p. Jonesboro, 
Oct. 1894-Oct. 1895; Harriman, Oct. 1895-1905; Columbia, 1905-07; 
Morristown, Feb. 1910-Aug. 1919 ; 1st ch., La Grange, Ga., Sept. 1919- 



172 Students — 1891 

26; Broadway ch., Louisville, Ky., 1926-27; ad. 2554 Peactisee Rd., 
Atlanta, Ga. D.D., American U. 1900. 
*Crawford Page Wilson. 2. 

b. Belmont, N. S., Feb. 13, 1862. Ac. C. 1887-88; B. U. T. S. 1890- 
91, B. D. 1891; ord. Belmont, N. S., June 1891; p. Campellton, N. B., 
May 1891- Aug. 1892; Bass River, N. S., Sept. 1892-Sept. 1895; Port 
Elgin, N. B., Oct. 1895-Feb. 1897; West Yarmouth, N. S., Mar. 1897- 
Sept. 1901; Cavendish, P. E. I., Sept. 1901-May 1903; Doaktown, 
N. B., June 1903-Sept. 1907; Great Village, N. S., Sept. 1907-Sept. 
1908; Gibson, N. B., Sept. 1908-10; supt. Home Miss., N. B., 1913- 
Dec. 1916; ev., N. B. and N. S., 1917-?; res. Wolfville, N. S. d. 
Cranford, N. J., Jan. 13, 1929. 

1892 

WILLIAM FRANKLIN ARRINGTON. 3. Grad. 
b. Salem, Mass., Dec. 27, 1865. Br. U. 1888; ord. Salem, July 7, 
1892; p. 1st ch., Newport, R. I.. Aug. 1892-Dec. 1893; in bus. Cam- 
bridge, Mass., 1893-97; Lubec, Me., 1898; tea. New York, N. Y., 1898- 
1900; in bus. Somerville, Mass., 1900—; ad. 37 Walnut St., Somer- 
ville, Mass. 

*WALTER SEWARD BLACK. 3. Grad. 

b. Salem, N. S., Nov. 19, 1864. Ac. C. 1889; ord. Russell, Mass., July 
13, 1892; p. Russell, 1892- July 1893; Windom, Minn., July 1893-94; 
decided to go as ind. miss, to Africa; stud, in Eng., Jan. 1896- June 
1898; Jerusalem, Syria, Nov. 1898-ca. 1904; tea. and pr. U. S. and 
Canada, d. Los Angeles, Calif., May 6, 1929. 

* ARTHUR DAMRELL CHANDLER. 3. Grad. 

b. Bay City, Mich., Apr. 6, 1870. D. U. 1887-89; ord. Chatham, Ont., 
Aug. 5, 1892; p. 1st ch., Chatham, 1892-93; 2d ch., Detroit, Mich., 
1893-96; instr. Anc. Lang., State U., Louisville, Ky., 1896-98; s. 2d 
ch., Bay City, Mich., sum. 1898 ; s. Calvary ch., Boston, Mass., Sept.- 
Dec. 1898; p. Un. ch., Hartford, Conn., Jan. 1898- June 1900; Taber- 
nacle ch., Los Angeles, Calif., June 1900-02; Temple ch., New York, 
N. Y., June 1902-Nov. 1907; 2d ch., Columbus, O., Dec. 1907-Oct. 
1915; Calvary ch., Muncie, Ind., Nov. 1915-Nov. 1917; miss. Mich., 
1918-33. d. Detroit, July 13, 1933. 

FRANCIS RAYMOND ENSLIN. 3. Grad. 
b. Charlestown, Mass., Jan. 24, 1864. U. Chic. 1892-93; ord. East 
Somerville, Mass., Sept. 21, 1894; p. Cooperstown, N. Dak., June 
1893-Sept. 1895; Minto, Oct. 1895-Sept. 1898; w. c. East Somerville, 
Mass., Oct. 1898-Dec. 1900; p. Littleton, Jan. 1900-Sept. 1906; Har- 
rington, Me., Oct. 1906-Sept. 1910; Canton, Oct. 1910- Jan. 1913; East 
Jaffrey, N. H., Jan. 1913- Aug. 1921; Bristol, R. L, Aug. 1921—; ad. 
15 Garfield Ave., Bristol, R. I. 

*SYLVANUS EVERETT FROHOCK. 3. Grad. 

b. Lincolnville, Me,, Sept. 16, 1854. ord. Warwick, R. I., June 30, 
1886; p. Warwick, 1885-89; Br. U. 1889; p. Carew St. ch., Spring- 
field, May 1892- Aug. 1898; Central Falls, R. I., Sept. 1898-Aug. 1901; 
w. c. Sept. 1901-May 1903; s. s. Libertv, N. Y., May 1903- Jan. 1904; 
p. 1st ch., Concord, N. H., Feb. 1904- Jan. 1907; Camden, Me., Feb. 
1907-Sept. 1918; Milo, Oct. 1918-30; p. em., 1930-34. d. Sanford, 
Me., Aug. 14, 1934. 

*WILLIAM HOWATT GARDNER. 3. Grad. 

b. New Brunswick, N. J., Feb. 12, 1861. Br. U. 1889; ord. Provi- 
dence, R. I., Sept. 14, 1892; tea. Way S., Washington, D. C, 1892-93; 



Students — 1892 173 

prin. Keuka Inst., Keuka Park, N. Y., 1893-95; s. Andover, Conn., 
1896 ; p. Livingston, N. J., Nov. 1896-Nov. 1903 ; ed. and publ. Staten 
Island Transcript, 1903-04; ed. writer, New Haven Daily Register, 
New Haven Journal-Courier, Newark News, 1904-09; ed. rel. dept. 
Newark Evening News, 1909-18; Hammonton, Apr. 1914- Apr. 1920; 
Unit, ch., Sterling, Mass., Apr. 1920-23; ret. d. Reading, Mass., 
Jan. 30, 1939. 

*MARTIN STILLMAN HOWES. 3. Grad. 

6. Washburn, Me., Nov. 4, 1861. C. U. 1888; ord. Litchfield, Me., 
June 9, 1887; s. Litchfield, Jan. 1887- Julv 1888; North Haven, Oct. 
1888-Oct. 1889; s. Dunbarton, N. H., Mar. 1890-Apr. 1891; Colerain, 
Mass., Apr. 1891- June 1892; p. 2d ch., Newport, R. I., June 1892-Nov. 
1896; ev., Nov. 1896-Dec. 1898; p. Greenfield, Mass., Jan. 1889-Sept. 
1901; s. Lompoc, Calif., Sept. 1901- June 1902; p. Santa Paula, June 
1902-Nov. 1903; s. Los Angeles, Nov. 1903-Sept. 1904; p. Mechanic 
Falls, Me., Feb. 1905-Dec. 1906; p. Mexico, Dec. 1906-Dec. 1912; 
Brunswick, Dec. 1912-June 1915; Franconia, N. H., June 1915-Nov. 
1918; Warner, Dec. 1918- Aug. 1920; South St. George, Me., Aug. 
1920-Nov. 1923; ed. The Gleaner, 1893-96; 1898-1901; res. St. Peters- 
burg, Fla., 1923-30. d. St. Petersburg, Jan. 1, 1930. 

*PRESCOTT FORD JERNEGAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Edgartown, Mass., Dec. 17, 1866. Br. U. 1889; tea. P. A. A. 1889- 
90; ord. Edgartown, July 17, 1889; p. Middletown, Conn., May 1892- 
Aug. 1895; Deland, Fla., Dee. 1895-Nov. 1896; in bus., Boston, Mass., 
and Lubec, Me., 1897-98; trav., 1898-1901; deputy supt. schs., Dept. 
Ilocos Sur., P. I., 1901-?; act. supt. schs., Dept. Ilocos Norte, M903; 
instr. Philippine Norm. Sch., Manila, 1903-09 ; San Jose H. S., Calif., 
1910-11; prin. High Schools, Hilo, T. H., 1911-21; McKinley High 
School, Honolulu; res. Honolulu, T. H. ; Van Nuys, Calif.; Modesto, 
Galveston, Tex. d. Feb. 23, 1942. 

*CHARLES LOUIS SEASHOLES. 3. Grad. 

b. Gallipolis, O., Feb. 23, 1864. D. U. 1889; ord. Gallipolis, O., Aug. 
19, 1892; p. Dallas, Tex., Sept. 1892- June 1897; Lansing, Mich., Oct. 
1897-Oct. 1899; Broad St. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 1899-1901; 3d ch., 
Germantown, Philadelphia, Oct. 1901-May 1910; Chautauqua lect., 
res. Philadelphia, 1910-13; p. Falls ch., Philadelphia, Oct. 1913-Oct. 
1918; Salem, O., Oct. 1918-Dec. 1919; author, d. Salem, O., Dec. 3, 
1919. D.D., Rio Grande C. 1908. 

*MARK THOMPSON. 3. Grad. 

b. Hertford, N. C, July 23, 1859. How. U. 1889; ord. Webster 
Groves, Mo., Sept. 25, 1892; p. Webster Groves, 1892-July 1895; 
Macon, July 1895-Feb. 1903; Lawrence, Kans., Mar. 1903-Oct. 1904. 
d. Lawrence, Oct. 19, 1904. 

*GEORGE ERNEST WHITMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. New Albany, N. S., Oct. 9, 1862. Ac. C. 1887; ord. New Albany, 
N. S., Sept. 12, 1892; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, 1892-1910; 
Kaying, via Swatow, China, 1910-35. d. China, 1935. 

HENRY BARNES WOODS. 3. Grad. 
b. Calais, Me., Dec. 5, 1866. C. U. 1889; ord. Rockport, Me., Oct. 25, 
1892; p. Rockport, July 1892-Feb. 1897; Caribou, Apr. 1897-Oct. 
1901; Dexter, May 1902- June 1906; North Stratford, N. H., June 
1906- Aug. 1911; Laredo, Tex., Nov. 1911-Mar. 1917; Appleby, Mar. 
1917-Nov. 1923; Houston, Nov. 1923-Oct. 1924; Oakfield Me.; ret.; 
ad. 50 North St., Calais, Me. 



174 Students — 1892 

♦Charles John Engstrom. 1. Cert. 

b. Karlstad, Sweden, May 1, 1868. Br. U. 1 yr.; S. B. T. S. 1888-89; 
B. U. T. S. 1889-91 (N. T. I. 1891-92; rec. spec, cert.) ; miss. Newton 
and Cambridge, 1892; s. West Guilford, Vt., 8 mos., 1893; Marshfield, 
Mass., 8 mos. 1894; Gayhead, 1895; ord. North Tisbury, Jan. 30, 
1895 ; p. Montgomery Centre, Vt., 5 mos., 1896 ; prin. sch. Providence, 
R. I., 1896-98; p. Florida, Mass., 1898; s. various chs. in Los Angeles, 
Calif., 1899-1901; p. San Pedro; ev. on North Pacific coast, 1903- 
1922. d. San Manteo, Oct. 7, 1941. 

♦Benjamin Willis Farris. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Woodville Co., Miss., July 31, 1868. D. U. prep. dept. 1886-89; 
Wo. C, 1889-90; ord. Louisville, Ky., July 24, 1892; p. Frankfort, 
Sept. 1892- July 1896; St. Paul's ch., Boston, Mass., 1896-1900, 1902- 

10. d. Boston, Oct. 1, 1910. 

♦Frank Greenleaf Folsom. 2. (E.) Cert. 

b. Palmyra, Me., Aug. 22, 1853. ord. Bath, Me., Jan. 1889; p. 1st 
Day Adv. ch., East Raymond, 1885-88; Bath, 1888-90 (N. T. I. 1890- 
92, omitted Eloc. and rec. spec, cert.) ; s. Merrimacport, 1891-92; ord. 
Bapt. Min., Brooklin, Me., June 1892; p. Brooklin, 1892- Jan. 1894; 
miss, work, 1894-95; p. Lake City, Colo., 1896-Oct. 1898; ind. pr. 
Lake City, 1898-99; Paradise, Calif., and Cahasset, 1899-1901; Ar- 
buckle, 1902-04; health failed; w. c. Auburn, 1904-May 1908; Berke- 
ley, May-Sept. 1908. d. Berkeley, Sept. 24, 1908. 

♦Walter Vreeland Gray. 1. 

b. Waterford, Conn., Dec. 12, 1863. A. C. 1889 ; ord. Shirley, June 

11, 1890; p. Shirley, June-Dec. 1890; Bridgeport, Conn., Jan. 1891- 
Oct. 1892; Wrights, Calif., Feb. 1893-Feb. 1894; Morganhill, Mar. 
1894-Apr. 1896; Cromwell, Conn., July 1897- Jan. 1903; Southington, 
Feb. 1903- July 1910; ev. work, 1910-?; p. Branford, Conn., 1915-18; 
res. Waterford. d. Waterford, May 15, 1920. 

♦William Dennis Mackinnon. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Groves Point, N. S., Jan. 30, 1856. ord. West Sutton, June 30, 
1892; p. West Sutton, Apr. 1892- Apr. 1897; Crown Hill ch., Nashua, 
N. H., May 1897-Dec. 1898; Jamestown, R. I., Jan. 1899-Jan. 1904; 
Greendale, Worcester, Mass., Jan. 1904-Sept. 1907; Branford, Conn., 
Sept. 1907-12; miss., Idaho, 1912-Dec. 1913; p. Weston and Andover, 
Vt., Jan.-Feb. 1914. d. Weston, Feb. 28, 1914. 

♦Charles Page Martin. 1. 

b. Manchester, Mass., Sept. 1, 1867. d. Manchester, June 12, 1891. 

♦Henry William Oldknow Millington. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Derby, Eng., Feb. 10, 1864. Corn. U. 1884-85; ord. West Danby, 
N. Y., July 14, 1885; p. West Danby; Candor, Nov. 1885- Jan. 1887; 
Stephentown, Feb. 1887- Apr. 1889; Warrensburg, May 1889-Sept. 
1890; p. 5th St. ch., Lowell, May 1892-Sept. 1902; Tabernacle ch., 
Halifax, N. S., Sept. 1902-Oct. 1904; chapl. British Army, 1902-04; 
p. 1st ch., Lestershire, N. Y., Oct. 1904-Apr. 1907; Brookland ch., 
Washington, D. C, Apr. 1907-Sept. 1922; exec. sec. Columbia Assoc, 
of Bapt. Churches, Washington, D. C, Sept. 1922-34; ret. d. St. 
Petersburg, Fla., Feb. 10, 1938. D.D., Geo. Washington U. 1917. 

♦Silas Livingstone Morse. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Bridgetown, N. S., Jan. 25, 1859. ord. Boston, May 21, 1892; asst. 
p. Mariner's ch., Boston, May-Oct., 1892; p. Plymouth, Oct. 1892- 
July 1897; s. and ed. work, Plymouth, Aug. 1897-Nov. 1898; Med- 
field, Nov. 1898-Nov. 1901; Merrimack, Feb. 1902- Jan. 1909; Mt. 
Washington ch., Haverhill, Feb. 1909-15; act. p. 1st Mariner's ch., 
Boston, Dec. 1917-aut. 1918. d. Lowell, May 29, 1938. 



Students — 1893 175 

William Job Reynolds. 2. 

b. Wickford, R. L, Jan. 8, 1862. Br. U. 1886 (N. T. 1. 1886-87; 1890- 
91); ord. Phenix, R. I., Dec. 28, 1887; p. Phenix, Sept. 1887- June 
1889; East Providence Centre, June 1889-June 1890; Peabody, Mass., 
Mar. 1891- June 1892; Lakewood, R. I., Aug. 1894-Sept. 1896; prin. 
sch., Centerville, June 1894-June 1895; tea. hist., Cranston High Sch., 
Auburn, Sept. 1895-?; p. Lakewood, 1903-04; ad. 13 Marden St., 
Providence, R. I. 

*Henry Truman Slocum. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Mt. Hanley, N. S., Dec. 20, 1853. Norm. Sch., Truro, 1876; tea. 
pub. schs. ; ord. Petersham, Sept. 7, 1892; p. Petersham, July 1892- 
Jan. 1893; Coopers Mills, Me., 1893; East Charlotte, Vt., Dec. 1893- 
June 1898; Chester, N. H., Dec. 1899-Dec. 1900; West Royalston, 
Mass., June 1901-May 1906; Packersville, Conn., May 1906-May 
1907; Panton, Vt., Feb. 1908-May 1909; act. p. Cong, ch., Hubbard- 
ston, Mass., Nov. 1910- t d. Leominster, Jan. 28, 1922. 

*Robert Erastus Turner. 1.5. (E.) Cert. 

b. Ledyard, Conn., May 17, 1852. (N. T. I. Jan. 1891-May 1892, rec. 
spec, cert.); ord. Norwich, Conn., Oct. 8, 1890; p. Fitch ville, 1890- 
1911, and Lebanon, Apr. 1892-1911; memb. leg. 1895-96. d. Willi- 
mantic, Conn., Oct. 18, 1911. 

1893 

*BYRON HAVELOCK BENTLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Sheffield Mills, N. S., Mar. 27, 1866. Ac. C. 1890. ord. Summer- 
side, P. E. I., Sept. 12, 1893; pr. Summerside, Sept. 1893-Nov. 1894; 
left min.; in bus. Jan. 1895- i d. Middleton, N. S. 

^FREDERICK JOSEPH BRADSHAW. 3. Grad. 

b. Central Bedeque, P. E. I., Sept. 28, 1861. Ac. C. 1890; ord. 
Central Bedeque, P. E. I., 1893; miss. A. B. M. U. Yachau, China, 
1893-97; Kiating, 1897-30; ret.; res. Maiden, Mass., Burbank, Calif. 
d. Glendale, Aug. 17, 1940. 

*HERMAN EDGAR BRADY. 3. Grad. 

b. Enfield, Me., May 6, 1864. Cob. C. I. 1888; C. U. aut. 1888; ord. 
Dalton, Mass., Oct. 2, 1893; p. Dalton, 1893- Apr. 1897; Mendon, Oct. 
1897-Nov. 1899; ev., Mass. Bapt. Conv., Nov. 1899-1900; occ. serv., 
1900-02; act. p. 1st Mariners' ch., Boston, 1902-03; p. 1903-12. d. 
Boston, June 4, 1939. 

HAMILTON EDGAR CHAPMAN. 3. Grad. 
6. Pendleton Hill, Conn., Aug. 14, 1865. Br. U. 1890 ; ord. New Hart- 
ford, Conn., July 30, 1893; p. New Hartford, June 1893-Oct. 1895; 
Mt. Washington ch., Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 1895- Apr. 1906 ; Millbury, 
May 1906-Apr. 1919, and Quinsigamond ch., Worcester, Dec. 1909- 
Apr. 1919; Carew St. ch., Springfield, May 1919-May 1923; 1st 
Mariners' ch., Boston, May 1923-32; Millbury, Apr. 1935—; ad. 58 
Pleasant St., Worcester, Mass. 

COLEMAN WILLIAM COREY. 3. Grad. 
b. Moncton, N. B., Apr. 3, 1865. Ac. C. 1887 (N. T. I. 1888-90; 
1892-93); ord. Bridgewater, N. S., June 18, 1890; p. Bridgewater, 
1890- Aug. 1892; Sharon, Mass., Nov. 1892-May 1893; Charlottetown, 
P. E. I., Oct. 1893-Oct. 1898; Middletown, N. S., Oct. 1898-June 1901; 
Liverpool, June 1901-Dec. 1903; Strathcona, Alta., Dec. 1903-Feb. 
1907; Mar. rep. Western Can. Miss., Feb. 1907- June 1909; act. p. 
1st ch., Moncton, N. B., Jan.-June 1910; p. Kamloops, B. C., June 
1910-Oct. 1913; Nelson, B. C, Oct. 1913- June 1916; chapl. capt., 
Canadian Army, June 1916-May 1919; p. Suburban ch., Moncton, 



176 Students — 1893 

May 1919-Sept. 1922; 1st ch., Springvale, Me., Nov. 1922-36; ret.; 
ad. 145 Warren St., Needham, Mass. 

HENRY TODD DE WOLFE. 3. Grad. 
b. St. Stephen, N. B., Sept. 14, 1867. Ac. C. 1889; Instr. N. T. stud. 
N. T. I. 1893-95; ord. Newton Centre, June 28, 1895; p. Foxboro, 
Sept. 1895-July 1901; prin. Acadia Ladies' S., Wolfville, N. S., 1901- 
25; lect. N. T. Gr., Ac. U. 1901-38(?) ; prof. N. T. interp., 1911-38; 
ad. Wolfville, N. S. D.D., Ac. U. 1909; LL.D., 1925. 

CHARLES AUBREY EATON. 3. Grad. 
b. Lakeville, N. S., Mar. 29, 1868. Ac. C. 1890; ord. Natick, Mass., 
June 22, 1893; p. Natick, 1893-Nov. 1895; Bloor St. ch., Toronto, 
Can., Dec. 1895- Apr. 1901; Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., June 1901- 
Dec. 1908; Madison Ave. ch., New York, N. Y., Jan. 1909- June 1919; 
ed. Leslies Weekly, 1919-21; Light, 1923-?; memb. Congress; ad. 
Plainfield, N. J. D.D., Bay. U. 1900, Ac. U. 1907; LL.D., McM. U. 
1916. 

ADAM SIMPSON GREEN. 3. Grad. 
b. Aberdeen, Miss., Dec. 19, 1857. C. U. 1887; ord. Waterville, Me., 
June 2, 1893; p. Minneapolis, Minn., July 1893-Sept. 1894; Bib. Inst. 
work, Kans., Jan.-Oct. 1895; tea. N. T. Gr., and O. T. Heb., West. C, 
Macon, Mo., 1895-98; w. c. Macon, May-Dec. 1898; tea. Hopkins- 
ville, Ky.; p. Zion ch., Truro, N. S., Oct. 1902-04. No further record. 

WILLIAM THOMAS GREEN. 3. Grad. 
b. Fall River, Mass., Mar. 28, 1867. Br. U. 1890; ord. Natick, R. I., 
Oct. 18, 1893; p. Natick, 1893—; ad. 726 Providence St., Natick, R. I. 
D.D., Br. U. 1943. 

*TRUMAN OSCAR HARLOW. 3. Grad. 

b. Strafford, Vt., June 21, 1857. D. C. 1888; ord. Wilton, N. H., Dec. 
20, 1888; p. Wilton, Nov. 1888-Mar. 1896; p. West Swanzey, N. H., 
April 1896- June 1897; Somerset, Mass., Aug. 1897- Jan. 1900; West 
Medford, Jan. 1900-Mar. 1901; clerk B. and M. R. R., July 1901-34?; 
p. 2d ch., Cambridge, Oct. 1901-Sept. 1904; 1st ch., Billerica, May 
1909- Jan. 1919; Wood Mem. ch., Lawrence, Sept. 1920-Sept. 1923. 
d. Medford, Dec. 2, 1934. 

*HUGH ROSS HATCH. 3. Grad. 

b. Islesboro, Me., May 19, 1865. C. U. 1890 ; ord. Islesboro, Me., June 
22, 1893; instr. O. T. stud., N. T. I. 1893-97; p. Wolfville, N. S., Mar. 
1898- July 1903; prof. Math., Cy. C, 1903-09. d. Fairfield, Me., May 
5, 1909. 

DANIEL SANFORD JENKS. 3. Grad. 
b. Pawtucket, R. I., Jan. 1, 1866. Br. U. 1890; ord, Pawtucket, R. I., 
May 24, 1893; p. Caribou, Me., June 1893-Dec. 1896; Franklin, N. H., 
Jan. 1897-Feb. 1914; gen. sec. N. H. Bapt. Conv., Jan. 1914-Oct. 
1935; memb. N. H. leg., 1949-10; ad. R. F. D. 3, Concord, N. H. 

*WILLIAM GREEN JONES. 3. Grad. 

b. Trade, Term., Mar. 20, 1864. W. F. C. 1885-88; Br. U. 1888-90; 
ord, Laconner, Wash. Ter., Apr. 29, 1888; p. Whatcom, Apr.-Sept. 
1888; Point Judith, R. I., Mar. 1889-Nov. 1890; p. Centre St. ch., 
Jamaica Plain, Mar. 1892-aut. 1898; Everett, Wash., aut. 1898-Sept. 
1903; Im. ch., Seattle, Sept. 1903- Jan. 1907; in bus., 1907-40; res. 
Issaquak. d. Wash., 1940. 

ALBERT EUGENE KINGSLEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Poquonoc Bridge, Conn., Oct. 12, 1867. Br. U. 1890; ord. Bangor, 
Me., Sept. 7, 1893; p. 1st ch., Bangor, Sept. 1893-Sept. 1903; South 



Students — 1893 177 

Berwick, Apr. 1904-Nov. 1919; Hebron, Dec. 1919-Sept. 1929; Yar- 
mouth, Oct. 1930 — ; tea. Hebron Academy, Sept. 1926- June 1929; ad. 
Yarmouth, Me. 

FORRESTER MACDONALD. 3. Grad. 
b. Haverhill, Mass., Sept. 14, 1896. D. C. 1890; ord. East Boston, 
Oct. 12, 1893; asst. p. Cent. Sq. ch., East Boston, 1893-94; p. Beth 
Eden ch., Fitchburg, June 1894-Sept 1901 ; Lexington, Jan. 1902-Mar. 
1907; 5th St. ch., Lowell, Mar. 1907-1915; s. s. Free Bapt. ch., Law- 
rence, 1919 ; assoc. ed. Modern Priscilla and assoc. dir. Priscilla Prov- 
ing Plant, 1917-1924; educ. dir., Mass. Anti-Saloon League, 1924; 
Anti-Saloon League of N. Y.; p. Unit, ch., Hyde Park, 1927-35; Stur- 
bridge, 1936-42; ad. 118 Highland St., Hyde Park, Mass. A.M., 
H. U. 1913; Ed.M., 1921. 

*CHARLES SPURGEON McLEARN. 3. Grad. 

b. Rawdon, N. S., Nov. 17, 1857. Ac. C. 1878-79; ord. Dexter, Me., 
July 26, 1893; p. Dexter, June 1893-May 1896; Ellsworth, June 1896- 
May 1900; Bar Harbor, June 1900-May 1903; Guysboro, N. S., July 
1903-Dec. 1905; New Germany, Jan. 1906- Apr. 1909; Springfield, 
Annapolis Co., May 1909-1912; North River, P. E. I., 1912-May 1914. 
d. North River, Feb. 23, 1915. 

*HERBERT SWEETSER MANLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Billerica, Mass., Jan. 6, 1867. Bost. U. 1890 ; ord. 1st ch., Melrose, 
July 5, 1893; asst. lib., N. T. I. 1893-95; lit. work, Maiden and Boston, 
1895-Sug. 1896; in bus., Hopedale, Aug. 1896- Apr. 1898; w. c. Mil- 
ford; Melrose, 1898-Feb. 1899; p. North Leverett and Montague, 
Mar. 1899-Oct. 1901; health failed; s., tea. and in bus., 1901-25. d. 
Melrose, Dec. 9, 1925. 

* ANDREW THOMPSON RINGGOLD. 3. Grad. 

b. Clarksville, 111., June 6, 1859. W. J. C. 1888; ord. Princeton, Mo., 
Oct. 28, 1888; p. Princeton, July 1888- June 1890; p. Gardiner, Me., 
Nov. 1893-Oct. 1901; Eastport, Nov. 1901- Aug. 1904; North ch., 
Brockton, Mass., Sept. 1904-Nov. 1913; p. Northboro, Mass., Sept. 
1915-Nov. 1921; Hyannis, Nov. 1921-Oct. 1923; Barnstable, Nov. 
1923-34. d. Brockton, Sept. 13, 1941. 

*JAMES WILLIAM TINGLEY. 3. Grad. 

b. North East Margaree, C. B., May 24, 1853. Ac. C. 1885 (N. T. I. 
1885-86; 1891-93); ord. Middleton, N. S., Nov. 3, 1886; p. Middle- 
ton, Sept. 1886- Aug. 1887; North Middleboro, Mass., Oct. 1887-Feb. 
1888, Sept. 1891-Aug. 1892; Freeport, N. S., Feb. 1889- July 1891; 
Hopkinton, N. H., June 1893-May 1895; Hebron, N. S., June 1895- 
Dec. 1898; Hopkinton, N. H., Apr. 1899- July 1904; Berlin, July 
1904-Aug. 1908; Greenville, Sept. 1908- Aug. 1910; Laeonia, Sept. 
1910-1915 ; Weymouth, Mass., Dec. 1916- June 1919. d. Milton, N. H., 
July 11, 1920. 

*HERMAN WILLIAM WATJEN, or WAETJEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Stapel, Prussia, July 18, 1861. Br. U. 1890; ord. Warren, R. I., 
June 14, 1893; p. Warren, June 1893-Oct. 1926; Newport, N. H., 
1926-29; ret.; res. Providence, R. I. d. Providence, Oct. 8, 1939. 
D.D., Br. U. 1914. 

ROBERT LEE WEBB. 3. Grad. 
0. Petersburgh, Va., Oct. 26, 1866. Col. U. 1887-90 ; H. U., post-grad, 
dept., 1900-01; ord. Needham, Nov. 27, 1893; p. Needham, Nov. 1893- 
Aug. 1904; Portland St. ch., Haverhill, Sept. 1904- Apr. 1914; 1st ch., 
Battle Creek, Mich., May 1914-Oct. 1916; 1st ch., Dorchester Dist., 
Boston, Mass., Nov. 1921- Jan. 1938; sec. N. T. I., Nov. 1916-Aug. 1921; 



178 Students — 1893 

spec. prof. Bapt. Hist., Bost. U. Sch. of R. E., 1922-25; author; ad. 
28 Radford Lane, Dorchester, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 1922 ; B.D., N. T. I. 
1909; S.T.M., 1911. 



Samuel Duff Anderson. 3. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Antrim, Ire., June 22, 1860. W. A. 1890-91; ord. Billerica, June 
13, 1894; p. Billerica, 1894- Apr. 1897; East Greenwich, R. I., May 
1897-Sept. 1898; Y. D. S., 1898-99; R. T. S., 1899-1901; course in 
med., U. Med. Col., Kansas City, Mo., M.D., 1908; s. of var. chs. in 
Kans., 1904-08; phys. Concord, 111., 1908-11; Elvaston, 1911-14; Carl- 
ton, Kans., 1914-17; Littleton, 111., 1917-20; p. Wilmar, Ark., 1920-23; 
Flippin, 1923-?; Conde, S. Dak.; ad. Conde. 

* Jonas Haddon Balcom. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Paradise, N. S., Dec. 4, 1861. p. Rehoboth, Mass., 1891-93; ord. 
Baldwinsville, Sept. 7, 1893; p. Baldwinsville, Aug. 1893-Apr. 1899; 
North Brookfield and Caledonia, N. S., Dec. 1899-Feb. 1903; Clem- 
entsvale, N. S., June 1903- June 1905; health failed; far. and occ. s., 
1905-38. d. Paradise, Apr. 27, 1938. 
Theophilus Havelock Burhoe. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Alexandra, P. E. I., May 17, 1859. W. A. 1891; ord. Westboro, 
June 8, 1893; miss. A. B. M. U., Burma, Oct. 1893-Oct. 1895; p. 
Greenville ch., Rochdale, Mass., May 1896-98. d. Greenville, Oct. 8, 
1898. 

Peter Stubbs Collins. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Liberty, Me., Dec. 26, 1859. ord. South Yarmouth, June 27, 1893; 
p. South Yarmouth, 1893-May 1894; Coopers Mills, Me., Windsor, 
and 2d ch., Whitefield, May 1894- June 1896; East Jefferson, July 
1896—, and South Somerville, Sept. 1896-Sept. 1900; Surry and 
West Ellsworth, Oct. 1900-May 1902; East Winthrop, June 1902- 
Sept. 1904; East Cornwall and Cornwall Hollow, Conn., Oct. 1904- 
Sept. 1908; Tariffville, Conn., Oct. 1908-Dec. 1911; North Ashford 
and Westford, Jan. 1912; Bozrah, May 1921-May 1923; East Lyme, 
Dec. 1923-May 1928; ret.; res. Norwich, 1928-31; Cromwell, 1931-42. 
d. Mar. 28, 1942. 
*Michael Edward Fletcher. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Leicester, Eng., Dec. 24, 1864. Hort. A. 1888-89; W. A. 1889-91; 
ord. Newton Centre, June 18, 1893 ; miss. A. B. M. U., Maubin, Burma, 
1893- July 1898; inv. Halifax, N. S., 1898- July 1900; p. Harvey, 
Albert Co., N. B., July 1900-Mar. 1903; St. George, Apr. 1903-Dec. 
1906; Charlotte St. ch., St. John, West, Jan. 1907-Oct. 1910; field sec. 
Bapt. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Nov. 1910-1916; res. St. John, N. B. d. 
St. John, Oct. 23, 1916. 

Byron Ulric Hatfield. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Port Greville, N. S., Mar. 6, 1865. Dalh. U. 1888-90; ord. Fall 
River, N. S., July 23, 1889; p. Fall River, 1889-90; Jedore, spg. 1890- 
Aug. 1891; p. Georgetown, Mass., 1891- July 1895; Melrose High- 
lands, Aug. 1895-Jan. 1896; Danielson, Conn., Feb. 1896-Dec. 1900; 
Un. ch., Mystic, Dec. 1900-Mar. 1904; Cent, ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Mar. 1904-Sept. 1906; Montauk Ave. ch., New London, Conn., Sept. 
1906-May 1908; 1st ch., Newburgh, N. Y., May 1908-Oct. 1913; Deep 
River, Conn., Oct. 1913- June 1920; 1st ch., Westerly, R. I., June 1920- 
36; p. em., 1936 — ; ad. Mystic, Conn. 

* James Harvey Hollingsworth. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Morrow, O., Oct. 28, 1850. Hills. C. 1876-78 ; Wit. C. 1878-79 ; ord. 
Springfield, O., Oct. 21, 1878; p. Springfield, 1878-79; Newmarket, 
1879-84; Sunbury, 1884-86; 1st ch., Grafton, W. Va., 1886-87; Col- 
umbia, O., 1887-89; Rowley, Mass., 1892-94; Perry, N. Y., 1894-99; 



Students — 1893 179 

Mt. Gilead, 0., 1899-1901; Columbia, 1901-03; Clyde, 1903-09; St. 
Marys, 1909-Oct. 1911; Newmarket, Nov. 1911-1916; Blanchester, 
1916-17; health failed; res. Blanchester; s. various chs. d. Blanches- 
ter, July 5, 1923. D.D., W. Va. C. 1888. 

William Henry Johnson. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Leavenworth, Kans., July 19, 1864. C. L. I. l 1 /^ yrs. ; ord. Middle- 
town, Conn., July 5, 1893; p. Billerica, Mass., Apr. 1892-Mar. 1894; 
ev. Conn. State Conv., 1895- June 1897; p. Tarifeville, Conn., Oct. 
1897-June 1898; Ovid, Mich., Jan. 1898-Dec. 1901; gen. miss. p. 
Mich., Dec. 1901-Feb. 1905; miss. Rogree River, Ore., Apr.-Sept. 
1905; miss. A. B. P. S., Tex., Sept. 1905- June 1909; gen. miss. ev. of 
Tex. Gen. Conv., July 1909-Feb. 1916; ind. ev., 1916-Dec. 1918; p. 
Ranger, Tex., 1918-34. No further information. 

*Edwin Foster Mitchell. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Beverly, Mass., Nov. 18, 1855. ord. South Newfane, Vt., Aug. 11, 
1886; p. South Newfane, 1886-90; Bellingham, Mass., 1890-92; Po- 
casset, 1892-94; Putney, Vt., Oct. 1894-Mar. 1900; Northeast Harbor, 
Me., Apr. 1901- Apr. 1903; Waterboro, Sept. 1903- Jan. 1905; Becket, 
Mass., Jan. 1906-Mar. 1907. d. Becket, Mar. 20, 1907. 

*Lyman Herbert Morse. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Newton Centre, Mass., Sept. 30, 1862. W. A. 1891 ; ord. South ch., 
Worcester, June 12, 1893 ; miss. Congo Free State, Africa, July 1893- 
Aug. 1895; w. c. Newton Centre, 1895-98; p. Guilford, Vt., May 1898- 
Sept. 1902; East Wallingford, Aug. 1903-Dec. 1905; Still River, 
Mass., Dec. 1905-May 1919; Jamestown, R. I., June-Nov. 1919. d. 
Jamestown, Nov. 19, 1919. 

^Chester Grant Savage. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Rockland, Me., June 25, 1869. ord. Meriden, N. H., May 24, 1893; 
p. North Stonington, Conn., 1893- Aug. 1895; s. Baltimore, Md. 1897- 
98; Baltimore U., M.D., 1898; phys. Westerly, R. I., 1898-1933. d. 
Westerly, Oct. 12, 1933. 

*Joshua Baker Simpson. 1. 

b. Washington, Ky., July 23, 1861. C. U. 1890 ; tea. Way. S., 1891-99 ; 
Va. Un. U., 1899-1943. d. Richmond, Va., June 1943. Ph.D., Va. 
Un. U. 1902. 

Arthur Warren Smith. 0.5. 
b. Providence, R. I., May 22, 1866. Br. U. 1890; tea. Bristol, N. H.; 
O. Mil. Inst.; Warwick, R. I., 1891-94; ord. Sheldon, Conn., Mar. 28, 
1894; p. Sheldon, Feb. 1894-Nov. 1895; Hartford, Dec. 1895-Oct. 
1897; Park Rapids, Minn., Nov. 1897-Nov. 1898; Kingston, Mass., 
June 1899-Apr. 1903; lit. work, May 1903- June 1904; Dec. 1905- 
June 1907; p. Sedgwick, Me., June 1904-Nov. 1905; lib. N. E. Bapt. 
Lib., July 1907-1913; author; res. North Brookline, Me., 1925. No 
further information. 

*Brinton Morrison Webster. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. East Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 6, 1864. (N. T. I. 1891-93, post-grad. 
1893-Mar. 1894) ; ord. Lebanon, Me., May 18, 1894; p. Lebanon, Mar. 
1894-Mar. 1897; Limerick, May 1897-Nov. 1899; Lyme, N. H., July 
1900- Jan. 1911 ; North Sutton, Feb. 1911-14 ; res. Hudson, d. Hudson, 
Nov. 23, 1921. 

*Gilbert James Coulter White. 3. Cert. 

b. St. John, N. B., Feb. 18, 1859. Ac. C. 1880; far, and in bus. 1880- 
90 (N. T. I., omitted Heb. stud, and rec. spec, cert.) ; ord. Annapolis 
Royal, N. S., Feb. 1, 1894; p. Annapolis Royal, Dec. 1893-Nov. 1899; 
s. Nelson, B. C, Apr.-Nov. 1900; p. Lethbridge, Atla., 1900-06; trav. 
1907 ; in bus. 1908-35. d. Summerland, B. C, June 2, 1935. 



180 Students — 1894 

1894 

♦WALTER REYNOLDS BARTLETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Bethel, Me., Dec. 15, 1867. A. C. 1890 ; ord. West Hartford, Conn., 
Dec. 19, 1894; p. West Hartford, 1894-Mar. 1897; 2d Richmond ch., 
Kenyon, R. I., June 1897-May 1900; Avon, Mass., 1900-Dec. 1903; 
Rockport, Me., 1904-Dec. 1906; Dighton, Mass., 1907-Dec. 1909; s. 
Rockport, Jan.-Feb. 1910; p. Mar. 1910-Dec. 1915; Holliston, Jan. 
1916-1918. d. Braintree, Dec. 1, 1919. 

*HEBRON YOUNG COREY. 3. Grad. 

b. Butternut Ridge N. B., July 13, 1894; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., 
India, 1894-1925; Parlakimedi, 1894-1905; Vizianagram, 1905-14; 
Bimlipatam, 1914-16; Waltais, 1916-22; Vizianagram, 1922-25; res. 
Wolfville, N. S., 1925-28. d. Wolfville, Mar. 31, 1928. D.D., Ac. U. 
1923. 

WILLIAM FLETCHER. 3. Grad. 
b. Newport, N. H., Nov. 20, 1866. C. U. 1891; ord. Cape Neddick, 
Me., July 6, 1894; p. Cape Neddick, 1894- Jan. 1902; Harrington, Jan. 
1902- July 1905; in bus., Waterville, July 1905-May 1914; miss., Un. 
Bapt. Conv., Me., May 1914-Nov. 1936; ret.; ad. 161 CoUege Ave., 
Waterville, Me. 

WALLACE WADSWORTH GUSHEE. 3. B.D. 

b. Taunton, Mass., Oct. 2, 1867. Br. U. 1891; ord. Taunton, Sept. 
19, 1894; p. Salida, Colo., Sept. 1894-95; w. c. Taunton, Mass., 1895- 
98; p. Phillipsburg, Kans., Nov. 1898- Jan. 1899; insur. bus., Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1899-1902; p. Egremont, Mass., 1902-04; Chesham, N. H., 
1904-06; Townshend, Vt., 1906-08; rec. into Presb. min., Apr. 1909; 
p. Wilsonville, Nebr., 1909-10; Almond, N. Y., 1910-1913; Cotton- 
wood, Minn., 1913-16; Wilson, N. Y., 1916-18; in bus. Niagara Falls, 
1918-22; p. Bergen, 1922-24; South Trenton, 1924-32; Turin and 
Martinsburg, 1932-34 ; ret. ; ad. Youngstown, N. Y. 

VALENTINE HITES. 3. Grad. 
b. Marion Co., now Bussey, la., May 22, 1858. S. C. 1890, theol. dept. 
1890-91; instr. S. C. 1884-91; ord. Wellman, la., June 11, 1895; p. 
Wellman, Apr. 1895-Oct. 1900; w. c. Oct., 1900- July 1906; p. Ferry, 
la., July 1906-?; Columbus, N. J., Jan. 1917- June 1919; Oberlin, 
Kans., June 1919- June 1921 ; Concordia, June 1921-May 1924 ; Marys- 
ville, Nov. 1924- Jan. 1930; Humeston, la.; Lorimar, 1936-39; Aller- 
ton, Dec. 1939 — ; ad. Allerton, la. 

*CHARLES STANLEY PEASE. 3. Grad. 

b. Middlefield, Mass., Oct. 29, 1862. C. U. 1891; ord. Hasbrouck 
Heights, N. J., May 8, 1894; p. Hasbrouck Heights, June 1894-Apr. 
1896; Conway, Mass., Apr. 1896- April 1903; Northboro, May 1903- 
June 1910; Adams, June 1910-Aug. 1914; fed. ch., Conway, Sept. 
1914-Dec. 1918; North Abington, Dec. 1918-Aug. 1922; Northboro, 
Sept. 1922-41 ; author, d. Northboro, June 20, 1941. 

*ISRAEL WALKER PORTER. 3. Grad. 

b. Deerfield, N. S., Nov. 25, 1862. Ac. C. 1887; ord. Parrsboro, N. S., 
Aug. 31, 1887; p. Parrsboro, June 1887- June 1890 (N. T. I. 1890-92; 
1893-94); p. Tiverton, R. I., June 1891-Dec. 1894; Lonsdale, Jan. 
1895-Oct. 1897; Valley Falls, and s. Cumberland Hill, Nov. 1897-Mar. 
1900; Bear River, N. S., Apr. 1900-Sept. 1905; supt. Bapt. H. M., 
N. S. and P. E. I., also cor. sec. and treas. H. M. Bd., also field sec. 
and treas. for denom. funds for N. S., Sept. 1905-15; res. Masonic 
Home, Windsor, N. S., 1920-28. d. Windsor, Jan. 10, 1928. 



Students — 1894 181 

*WALTER BRADLEY SHUMWAY. 3. Grad. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 31, 1852. In bus. 1870-90; ord. Springvale, 
Me., Dec. 14, 1894; p. Springvale, Dec. 1894-Oct. 1899; supt. schs., 
Sanford, 1898-99; p. Swampscott, Mass., Jan. 1900-Sept. 1909; dean 
theol. dept., Temple U., and prof. Ch. Hist., 1909-28; emer. 1928-34; 
p. Lower Merion ch., Bryn Mawr, Pa., Sept. 1910-Nov. 1914. d. 
Bryn Mawr, Mar. 12, 1934. D.D., Temple U. 1909; B.D., N. T. I. 
1910. 

JOHN GILES STANTON. 3. Grad. 
b. Mystic, Conn., July 7, 1867. Mystic Valley Inst. 1884-88; tea. 
1886-90; ord. North Oxford, July 24, 1894; p. North Oxford, Mass., 
July 1894- June 1901; Woodville, Aug. 1901- Apr. 1903; Moosup, 
Conn., May 1903-Apr. 1911; Buda, 111., June 1911-Sept. 1915; s. Oct. 
1915-?; in bus. 1916-21; ret.; ad. 7 Plymouth Place, Milford, Conn. 

*WALTER LINCOLN STONE. 3. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., Mar. 14, 1867. Br. U. 1891; ord. South Penob- 
scot, Me., Sept. 20, 1894; p. South Penobscot, Aug. 1894-May 1897; 
Sterling, Mass., May 1897-Nov. 1899; Lebanon, N. H., Nov. 1899- 
Feb. 1903; Bolton, Mass., May 1903-May 1904; Sterling, May 1904- 
June 1910; Greendale ch., Worcester, June 1910-Aug. 1918; ret. d. 
Worcester, Nov. 1937. 

LEO BOONE THOMAS. 3. Grad. 
b. Chicago, 111., Aug. 25, 1869. H. U. 1891; ord. Newton Centre, 
May 31, 1894; p. Colorado Springs, Colo., June 1894-96; Main St. 
ch., Worcester, Mass., 1896-Dec. 1902 ; Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Feb. 
1902-Feb. 1904; Stewart St. ch., Providence, R. I., Apr. 1904-Nov. 
1908; Swampscott, Mass., Nov. 1909-Nov. 1911; Portchester, N. Y., 
1912; Un. ch., Nobseot, Mass., June 1919-Sept. 1923; Baldwinsville, 
Mar. 1924-27; Swampscott, 1927-33; ret.; ad. 40 Cochituate Rd., 
Framingham, Mass. 



*William Clements. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Ballinran, Ire., Aug. 14, 1866. ord. Wells Depot, Me., Dec. 13, 
1894; p. Wells Depot, Sept. 1894-Sept. 1895; Buxton Centre, Nov. 
1895-Dec. 1902; Rockport, Mass., Jan. 1903-Feb. 1904; Springvale, 
Me., Feb. 1904-06; health failed; w. c. 1906-1915; s. Gilford, N. H., 
Apr. 1916-Oct. 1916; p. Free Bapt. ch., Madison, Me., Sept. 1916- 
Jan. 1920; Trinity ch., Providence, R. I., Jan. 1920-June 1921; 3rd 
ch., Fall River, Mass., June 1921-27(?); res. Williamstown, 1927; 
Boston, 1930-38. d. Boston, May 16, 1938. 

Robert Ward Fisher. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Charlottetown, P. E. L, June 20, 1868. Prince of Wales C, Char- 
lottetown, 1885-86; ord. Middleboro, June 4, 1894; p. Rock ch., South 
Middleboro, 1894-95; East Longmeadow, Nov. 1895-Mar. 1897; act. 
p. North Attleboro, Apr. 1897-Oct. 1898; w. c. Moncton, N. B., 1898-?; 
p. Clementsport, N. S., M904; Advocate, 1904-?; Shelburne, 1907-?; 
Jordan Falls, 1909-?; res. Halifax, 1933; Shelburne, 1941. 

Edward Milo Fuller. 1. 

b. Westford, Vt., Sept. 1, 1861. Monson A. 1881-84; ord. Canaan, 
N. H., Sept. 11, 1887; p. Canaan, 1887-Sept. 1889; Stratford ch.,Coos, 
Jan. 1890-Nov. 1891; asst. p. Cent, ch., Salem, Feb.-Aug. 1892; p. 
Gardner, Sept. 1892-Sept. 1897; Barre, Vt., Oct. 1897-Mar. 1903; 
gen. sec. Vt. S. S. Assoc, Mar. 1903-Dec. 1908; p. Manchester Centre, 
Dec. 1908-Apr. 1911; gen. sec. N. H. S. S. Assoc, Apr. 1911-Oct. 
1912; p. Point St. Charles, Montreal, Oct. 1912-May 1914; Richford, 



182 Students — 1894 

Vt., May 1914-Dec. 1918; North Stratford, N. H., (formerly Coos), 
Dec. 1918-Sept. 1925; Quidnesset, R. I., Sept. 1925-Aug. 1928; North 
Stratford, N. H., Sept. 1928-Sept. 1937; ret.; ad. North Stratford. 
*Henri Gelan. 2. (E.) 

b. Bischweiler, Ger., Sept. 13, 1863. ord. Lynn, Mass., June 18, 1894; 
p. French ch., Stryker, 0., 1894-June 1895; German ch., Bridgeport, 
Conn., May 1896-Dec. 1897; German ch., Winona, Minn., Dec. 1897-?; 
in miss, work among Germans, p. chs. in Ont., Lycoming Co., Pa., 
Hepburn, N. J., Anthony, Fairfield, Hoboken. d. Hoboken, Mar. 16, 
1910. 

*Robert Douglas Graham. 3. 

b. Perth, Scot., Sept. 5, 1865. ord. Boston, June 9, 1893; asst. p. 
Tremont Temple ch., Boston, 1893-Sept. 1894; p. Im. ch., Denver, 
Colo., Jan. 1895- Apr. 1897; Florence, July 1897-?; org. chs. at Lamar 
and Telluride, 1900; p. Cripple Creek, 1901-02; org., and p. Taber- 
nacle ch., Colorado Springs, 1903-07; lect. on Freemasonry, 1908-37; 
res. Denver, d. Denver, Mar. 16, 1937. 

Newton Clark Holdridge. 1. 

b. Smithville, N. Y., Oct. 16, 1863. Colg. U. 1891; C. T. S. 1893-95; 
not ord.; tea. Elm, N. J., 1880-86, 1892-93; Hammonton, 1886-87; 
supt. prin. High Sch., Williamstown, 1896-97; supt. prin. pub. schs., 
Hammonton, 1897-1926; ret.; res. Hammonton, 1934. No further 
information. 

Elie Marc. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Rheims, France, Aug. 30, 1868. ord. Broadway ch., Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 6, 1894; miss, to French, Natick, R, I., June-Sept. 1894; 
miss. Haiti, Oct. 1894 — ; author ; ad. Trou du Nord, Haiti. 

*Edwin Faxon O shorn. 1. 

b. Climax, Mich., Sept. 7, 1859. Kal. C. 1889; ord. Hillsdale, Mich., 
Nov. 3, 1885; p. Hillsdale, July 1885-Nov. 1886; Morenci, Nov. 1886- 
Feb. 1888; Carson City, Feb. 1888-Feb. 1889; Three Rivers, Feb. 
1889-Oct. 1891; p. Sharon, Oct. 1891- Aug. 1892; R. T. S. 1892-94; 
p. Lysle Ave., ch., Rochester, N. Y., Sept. 1892- Jan. 1894; Watertown, 
Jan. 1894-Oct. 1896; lit. work, Kalamazoo, Mich., Oct. 1896- July 
1899; prof. Hist, and Lit., Ewing C, Ewing, 111., July 1899- June 
1900; p. Evansville, Ind., June 1900- July 1902; fd. and sec. Ev. and 
Bib. Assoc, Chicago, July 1902- Aug. 1904; lit. work, Aug. 1904-37; 
fd. Sylvan Press, Kalamazoo, 1906; author, d. Grand Rapids, Aug. 
29, 1937. D.D., Ewing C. 1902. 

Loran David Osborn. 1. 

6. Portland, Mich., Nov. 13, 1863. U. Mich. 1891; U. Chic. D. S. 

1892-94; ord. Elgin, 111., May 15, 1894; p. Im. ch., Elgin, Feb. 1894- 

Dec. 1897; Centralia, Jan. 1898-1900; Bloomington, 1900-05; pres. 

Des. M. C, Des Moines, la., June 1905-June 1911; prof. Sociol. and 

dir. U. Ext. Division, U. of Colo., 1912-20; chan. Des M. U. 1920-24; 

prof. Sociol. 1920-24; dean and prof. Sociol., U. Redlands, 1924-31; 

dir. Amer. Inst, of Family Relations, Los Angeles, 1931 — ; author 

since 1925, The Community and Society, 1933; ad. Consolidated Bldg., 

Los Angeles, Calif. Ph.D., U. Chic. 1900. 
Theodore Osol. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Riga, Russia, Sept. 18 or 20, 1862. Trav. sales. 1894-98; in serv. of 

transport line to the Klondike region, spg. 1898. No further record. 
*Frank Parker. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Reading, Mass., Mar. 6, 1859. Gordon Miss. Trn. Sch. 1890-91; 

ord. Reading, Sept. 12, 1894; p. Marshfield, Oct. 1894-May 1898; 

Plaistow, N. H., May 1898- June 1904; supt. schs., Plaistow, 1899- 



Students — 1894 183 

1904; p. Wenham, Mass., June 1904-Oct. 1919; asst. min. St. Philip's 
Cathedral (Epis.), Atlanta, Ga., May 1920-Aug. 1927; miss. chs. in 
Greensboro, Washington, and Elberton; ret. 1940-42. d. Boston, 
Mass., June 1942. 
^Herbert Ronelle Purinton. 1. 

b. Bowdoinham, Me., Oct. 15, 1867. C. U. 1891; C. D. S. 1892-94; 
ord. Free Bapt. min., Gardiner, Me., June 13, 1894; instr. Heb. and 
0. T. Interp., C. D. S., 1894-95, prof. 1895-1908; prof. Bib. Lit., and 
Rel., Ba. C. 1908-34. d. Lewiston, Me., Oct. 5, 1934. D.D., Hills C. 
1907. 

*Edouard Constant Ramette. 3. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Le Cateau, Nord, France, Apr. 2, 1864. p. French miss, in Provi- 
dence, R. I., and Central Falls, June 1891-Oct. 1894; ord. Providence, 
June 29, 1894; supt. French miss., R. I., Oct. 1894-Oct. 1898; and p. 
Providence, Central Falls, and Natick Missions, Oct. 1894- June 1899 ; 
p. French Bapt. miss., Woonsocket, July 1899-Sept. 1910, and Man- 
chaug, Mass., Mar. 1909-Sept. 1910; Lowell, Mass., Oct. 1910-Dec. 
1917; sec. Y. M. C. A., French Army, Jan. 1918-Oct. 1920; substitute 
prof. French, Cy. C, Apr. -June 1921 ; head dept. Romance languages 
and prof. French, Mt. Union C, Alliance, O., Sept. 1921-36; ed. 
French Baptist Monthly, 1896-97. d. Alliance, Aug. 29, 1936. Offi- 
cer D'Academie, Paris, 1920. 

*Charles Thomas Reekie. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Clinton, Mass., Feb. 12, 1867. ord. Clinton, May 31, 1894; p. East 
Washington, N. H., Nov. 1894- Apr. 1901; North Londonderry, Apr. 
1901-Aug. 1903; Grasmere, Sept. 1903-Nov. 1907; Greendale ch., 
Worcester, Mass., Dec. 1907-Mar. 1910 ; Addison, Vt., Apr. 1910-May 
1913; Elizabethtown, N. Y., June 1913-May 1916; North London- 
derry, N. H., June 1916-Apr. 1920; s. Apr. 1920-Dec. 1921; p. Hud- 
son, N. H., Dec. 1921-27. d. Manchester, Aug. 6, 1927. 

*Samuel Russell. 1. (E.) 

b. Margarets Bay, Halifax Co., N. S., June 16, 1863. Gordon Miss. 
Trn. Sch., Boston, 2 yrs. ; asst. p. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, 1893-1900 ; 
ord. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, Sept. 27, 1900; p. People's ch., Man- 
chester, N. H., Oct. 1900-12; assoc. p. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, Mass., 
1912-13; p. 2nd ch., Lawrence (now Calvary ch.) 1913-18; 1st ch., 
Jamestown, N. Y., 1918-20; 1st ch., Buffalo, 1920-27; gen. sec. Evan- 
gelistic Assoc, of N. E., 1927-35. d. Rockland, Me., Aug. 3, 1936. 
D.D., No. Bapt. S., Chicago, 1922. 

*Harry Sheldon Shaw. 2.5? 

b. Berwick, N. S., Apr. 16, 1863. Ac. C. 1888 (N. T. I. parts of 1890- 
94) ; ord. Mahone Bay, N. S., Oct. 18, 1893; p. Mahone Bay, Sept. 
1893-Oct. 1897; Liverpool, Nov. 1897- Apr. 1900; Hampton Village, 
N. B., Nov. 1900-Nov. 1902; Westchester Station, N. S., Nov. 1902- 
Apr. 1905; far. Berwick, 1905 — ; ad. Berwick. 

*George Hay Watt. 2.5. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Costlyburn, Huntly, Scot., July 28, 1861. (N. T. I. 1892-Dec. 
1894) ; ord. Quincy, Mass., Mar. 29, 1895; p. Ira, Vt., and West Rut- 
land, Apr. 1895-Mar. 1896; West Rutland, Apr. 1896- June 1900; in 
bus., 1900- June 1907; colp. Vt. Bapt. State Conv., June 1907- June 
1913; N. H. Bapt. State Conv., June 1913-June 1916; R. I. Bapt. 
State Conv., June 1916-27. d. Providence, June 1938. 

Howard Primrose Whidden. 0.5. 
b. Antigonish, N. S., July 12, 1871. Ac. C. 1891; McM. U. D. S., Jan. 
1892-94; lect. Eloc, McM. U., 1892-93; ord. Morden, Manitoba, July 
24, 1894; p. Morden, June 1894-Sept. 1896; stud. U. Chic. D. S. Oct.- 



184 Students — 1894 

Dee. 1896; p. Gait, Ont. Oct. 1897- Aug. 1900; lect. Homil., McM. U. 
1899-1900; prof. Bib. Lit., Brandon C, Brandon, Manitoba, Sept. 
1900-Aug. 1903; act. p. Trinity ch., Minneapolis, Minn., Oct.-Dec. 
1903; p. 1st ch., Dayton, Ohio, Jan. 1904- Aug. 1912; pres. Brandon 
C, Sept. 1912- Aug. 1923; chan. McM. U., Toronto, Sept. 1923-42; 
M. P., Canada, Dee. 1917-1921; ad. McMaster U., Toronto, Ont. 
D.D., D. U. 1906; LL.D., McM. U. 1913, U. W. Ont. 1924. 

*William Carey Whitaker. 1. 

b. Padiham, Eng., July 12, 1860. ord. Conway, June 7, 1892; p. 
Conway, Apr. 1892-96; Plaistow, N. H., 1896-Feb. 1898; Am. ch., Los 
Angeles, Calif., May-Nov., 1898; Tempe, Ariz., Nov. 1898-Apr. 1901; 
Bakersfield, May 1901; May 1902; Banning, Calif., May 1903-May 
1905; Orland, June 1905- June 1906; Willits, Sept. 1909-Mar. 1916; 
lect. and org., Calif. Anti-Saloon League, Mar.-Nov. 1916; p. Oak 
Park ch., Sacramento, Nov. 1916-26. d. Sacramento, Jan. 28, 1938. 

1895 

*NEIL ANDREWS. 3. Grad. 

b. Paisley, Scot., Dec. 31, 1866. Br. U. 1892; ord. Shelburne Falls, 
Sept. 17, 1895; p. Shelburne Falls, July 1895-99; Lynn, 1899-1901; 
M.D., Northwestern U. 1904; house surgeon, St. Mary's Hospital, 
Chicago, 111., 1904-05; phys. Chicago and Oshkosh, Wise, 1905-33. 
d. Oshkosh, Mar. 7, 1933. 

*CHARLTON BURGESS BOLLES. 3. Grad. 

b. New Bedford, Mass., Aug. 23, 1868. ord. New Bedford, May 24, 
1895; p. Rockport, Dec. 1895- Jan. 1902; North ch., Brockton, Feb. 
1902- Apr. 1904; 2d ch., Danbury, Conn., May 1904- Aug. 1907; ed. 
and publ., prop. Bar Harbor Press Co., Bar Harbor, Me., 1907-?; 
act. p. Cranberry Isles, July 1908-Oct. 1910; in bus. 1910-42; res. 
Media, Pa. d. Mary, 1942. 

*ALBERT EDWARD HYLAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Fremont, N. H., June 11, 1865. Br. U. 1892; ord. Westboro, July 
31, 1895; p. Westboro, July 1895- June 1902; s. var. chs., July 1902- 
Nov. 1903; p. Vineyard Haven, Dec. 1903-Feb. 1910; Medfield, Mar. 
1910-Sept. 1919; Chase Mem. ch., Springfield, Oct. 1919-26; Poquonoc 
Bridge, Conn., 1926-33; ret. d. Marlboro, Mass., Jan. 23, 1938. 

JAMES WILLIAM ILLSLEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Welsford, N. S., May 18, 1869. Ac. C. 1891; ord. Wenham, Mass., 
May 29, 1895; p. Wenham, 1895- July 1897; Whiting, Vt., Sept. 1897- 
Apr. 1900; M. E. ch., Waterbury Centre, Oct. 1900-Apr. 1902; rec 
into Vt. M. E. Conf., Apr. 1901; p. Worcester, Apr. 1902- Apr. 1904 
Montgomery, Apr. 1904- Apr. 1906; Grand Isle, Apr.-Dec. 1906 
Springfield, Nebr., Dec. 1906-Sept. 1909; Craig, Sept. 1909-Sept. 
1910; Meadow Grove, Sept. 1910-12; Loretto, 1912-13; Lindsay, 1913- 
14; Nehawka, 1914-16; Burchard, 1916-17; Manning, la., 1917; De 
Soto, 1918; McClelland, 1919; ret. 1920; res. 1546 So. 28th St., 
Omaha, Nebr. 

*THOCAS ANTOINE CONDILLAC JEAN-JACQUES. 4. Grad. 
b. Port-de-Paix, Haiti, Mar. 16, 1871. Lycee National, Port au 
Prince, 2 yrs. ; ord. 1st ch., Woburn, May 30, 1895 ; p. St. John's ch., 
Woburn, 1893-aut. 1896; Calvary ch., Boston, 1896-Nov. 1897; In- 
spector of Govt, schs., Port-de-Paix, Haiti, Dec. 1889-Dec. 1902; p. 
Eglise Baptist de Cap Maitien, Feb. 1904-33. d. Cap. Haitien, May 
5, 1933. 



Students — 1895 185 

*JOHN HUGH JENNER. 3. Grad. 

b. St. John, N. B., Feb. 9, 1861. ord. North Brookfield, N. S., Dec. 
20, 1887; p. North Brookfield, 1887-Sept. 1890; Cambridge, Sept. 
1890-Sept. 1892; Ac. C. 1891; act. p. Osterville, 1892-95; p. West 
Springfield, May 1895-Sept. 1901; North ch., Halifax, N. S., Oct. 
1901-Apr. 1908; North Sydney, C. B., Apr. 1908-12; Campbellton, 
N. B., Sept. 1912-15; Charlotte St. ch., St. John, Nov. 1915-21; Lex- 
ington, Mass., Oct. 1921-24; South Medford, Jan. 1925-34?; author; 
ret. d. Penny Farms, Fla., Oct. 22, 1934. B.D., N. T. 1. 1924. 

*CLARENCE REGINALD MINARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Cornwallis, N. S., Apr. 21, 1868. Ac. C. 1890; ord. Clements Vale, 
N. S., Nov. 5, 1890; p. Clements Vale, 1890-92; Palmer, July 1895- 
Dec. 1898; Carew St. ch., Springfield, Jan.-Nov. 1899; Capitol Hill 
ch., Denver, Colo., Jan. 1900-Oct. 1908; Oceanside, Calif., Aug. 1911- 
12 ; La Mesa, Aug. 1912-Dec. 1914. d. La Mesa, Jan. 1, 1915. Ph.D., 
U. Denver 1906. 

*ERNEST AUGUSTUS ROYAL. 3. Grad. 

b. Lewiston, Me., Aug. 11, 1867. U. R. 1892 ; ord. Bowdoinham, Me., 
Sept. 20, 1895; p. Bowdoinham, June 1895-Mar. 1897; Farmington, 
Mar. 1897-Dec. 1901; Townshend, Vt., Dec. 1901- June 1905; West 
Boylston, Mass., June 1905-Feb. 1915; Edgartown, Feb. 1915-May 
1924; Millbury, May 1924-32; ret. d. Worcester, Apr. 9, 1939. 

*FRANCISCO CAETANO BROGES SILVA. 3. Grad. 

b. San Miguel Island, Azores, Oct. 28, 1863. Academy of Cal. C. ; ord. 
1st ch., New Bedford, Mass., Sept. 26, 1895 ; miss, to Portuguese, New 
Bedford, 1893-1926 ; also Fall River, Taunton and Plymouth ; ed. and 
pub. Progresso, Oct. 1896- July 1908; Alvorada, 1909-26. d. New 
Bedford, Mar. 7, 1926. 

*HENRY FRANKLIN TIBBITS. 3. Grad. 

b. Newcastle Creek, Grand Lake, N. B., Jan. 28, 1863. W. A. 1889- 
92; ord. Dudley St. ch., Boston, May 27, 1895; p. Chatsworth, 111., 
Aug. 1895-Sept. 1896; Eau Claire, Wis., Oct. 1896-Sept. 1897; Cor- 
rectionville, la., Nov. 1897-Nov. 1901; Chadron, Nebr., Nov. 1901- 
Sept. 1904; Walworth, Wis., Sept. 1904- Jan. 1907; Pekin, 111., Apr. 
1907-Oct. 1908; Oglesby, Nov. 1908-?; in bus., Decatur; Boston, 
Mass., in 1919; Stoughton. d. New York City, N. Y., Dec. 28, 1926. 



Everett Anthony Bowen. 1. Cert. 
b. Lewiston, Me., Nov. 12, 1869. Br. U. 1892; U. Chic. 1892-94 
(N. T. I. 1894-95 and rec. spec, cert.) ; ord. Central ch., Providence, 
R. I., Jan. 28, 1896; p. Harvard ch., Still River, Mass., Oct. 1896-Feb. 
1900; Willimantic, Conn., Mar. 1900-Apr. 1904; grad. stud. Br. U., 
win. 1904-05; p. Hope Valley, R. I., May 1905-Apr. 1908; ad. 29 
School St., Middleboro Mass. 

William Samuel Braddan. 1.5. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Fort McKavett, Tex., Mar. 15, 1871. 10th U. S. cav., May 1888- 
Aug. 1891 ; ord. Newton Centre, June 6, 1895 ; p. Ann Arbor, Mich., 
Oct. 1895-Oct. 1896; 2d ch., Detroit, Nov. 1896- June 1901; Berean ch., 
Chicago, 111., Sept. 1901-?; Chapl. capt., in Mexico, 1916-17, with 
A. E. F., 1917-19; ad. Chicago, 111., 1925; present ad. unknown. 
D.D., Guadalupe C, Tex., 1904. 

Trank Clayton Briggs. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Colebrook, Conn., Feb. 16, 1863. ord. Boston, Mass., June 28, 
1896 ; assoc. p. Tabernacle ch., Boston, 1896-99 ; p. Manchester, 1899- 
1902; miss. A. B. M. U., Himeji, Japan, 1902-1918. d. San Fran- 
cisco, Calif., Jan. 20, 1918. 



186 Students — 1895 

*Lyman Eugene Carter. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Brooklin, Me., Jan. 9, 1852. State Norm. Sch., Me., 1876-80; 
ord. Bradley, Oct. 1, 1891; p. Bradley, Oct. 1891- Aug. 1893; p. Row- 
ley, Mass., Mar. 1894-May 1895; Washburn, Me., June 1895- June 
1897; Hodgdon, July 1897- Aug. 1903; Nobleboro, Oct. 1903-Mar. 
1909; Parkman, Apr. 1909- Apr. 1911; Friendship; May 1911-Apr. 
1915; Owl's Heart and Ash Point, May 1915-Apr. 1916; ret.; s. 
Nobleboro, Nov. 1916- July 1918; Waldoboro, Apr.-Aug. 1922; tea. 
Nobleboro, 1917-19. d. Nobleboro, Mar. 7, 1932. 

Harry Willard Chamberlin. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Petersham, Mass., Aug. 13, 1866. ord. Monroe, June 8, 1895; p. 
Monroe, 1895-Dec. 1896; Southwick, Jan. 1897-Dec. 1898; Petersham, 
Jan. 1899-Dec. 1903; Ashland, Dec. 1903- June 1905; asst. p. South 
Framingham, 1906; asst. p. Winter Hill ch., Somerville, 1907-08; p. 
Bunker Hill ch., Charlestown, 1908-13; Hill Mem. ch., Allston, 1913- 
14; s. s. var. ch. s., 1914-20; p. 2d ch., Haverhill, 1920-24; fed. ch., 
Limerick, Me., Oct. 1924-26; South Berwick, 1926-29; Topsham, 1929- 
39 ; ad. Brunswick, Me. 

*Willard Colby Cook. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., May 5, 1865. Miss. Trn. Sch., Boston, 1892- 
93; ord. Stamford, Vt., June 28, 1895; p. Stamford, 1895- Aug. 1896; 
Nobleboro, Me., Feb. 1898- July 1901; Ipswich, Mass., July 1901-Oct. 
1902; Malaga, Calif., Feb. 1903- July 1906; Clovis, July 1906- July 
1910; Azusa, Sept. 1910-Mar. 1912; in bus., Mar. 1914-34. d. Glen- 
dale, Mar. 17, 1934. 

Frank Day. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Royalton, N. Y., Mar. 17, 1860. Lockport Un. Sch.; ord. Colches- 
ter, Conn., June 29, 1897; p. Colchester, Nov. 1896-Nov. 1900; Water- 
loo, N. Y., Nov. 1900-Mar. 1903; Philadelphia, Sept. 1903-Sept. 1906; 
West Union, la., Jan. 1907-Apr. 1910; Algona, Apr. 1910-Apr. 1916; 
Himrods, N. Y., Jan. 1917-Mar. 1922; Hannibal, Apr. 1922-Mar. 
1925; ret.; ad. 416 Gansvoort St., Fulton, N. Y. 

Albert Palmer Fox. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Batavia, N. Y., Jan. 9, 1872. R. C. 1890-93; ord. Limerick, Me., 
Sept. 23, 1895; p. Limerick, June 1895-July 1896; Eden, Sept. 1896- 
Feb. 1898; Orleans, N. Y., Apr. 1898-Dec. 1900; Darien, Dec. 1900- 
Oct. 1902; Canaseraga, Oct. 1902-Oct. 1905; Angelica, Oct. 1905-Apr. 
1910; Carmel, Apr. 1910-Apr. 1913; Almond, May 1913-Apr. 1915; 
Savona, May 1915-Sept. 1921; health failed; Canaseraga, Oct. 1921- 
Aug. 1923; p. Ripley, Sept. 1923- Jan. 1936; ad. 35 N. Lyon St., 
Batavia, N. Y. 

Charles Valentine French. 2.5? 
b. Bridgewater, Vt., May 23, 1863. C. A. 1887 (N. T. I. parts of 
1890-93) ; ord. Grafton, Vt., Dec. 20, 1893; p. Grafton, Oct. 1893- Apr. 
1896; South Acworth, N. H., Apr. 1897- July 1899; Cornish Flat, July 
1899-Oct. 1901; East Washington, Nov. 1901- Aug. 1903; Cambridge, 
Me., Oct. 1904- Jan. 1906; West Rockport, Nov. 1908- Apr. 1910; East 
Dixfield, May 1910-Sept. 1914; Huntington, Vt., Oct. 1914-Sept. 
1917; 3d Cong, ch., St. Johnsbury, Feb. 1925-26?; ad. Rutland; West 
Townshend, 1932; ret.; ad. 118 Chestnut St., Claremont, N. H. 

Arthur Ernest Harriman. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. North Adams, Mass., Dec. 2, 1869. Colg. U. 1889-90; ord. Sterling, 
Jan. 1, 1895 ; p. Colchester, Conn., 1895-96 ; p. Leominster, 1897-Nov. 
1901; East, ch., Lynn, Dec. 1901-Sept. 1909; Middlebury, Vt., Oct. 
1909-Sept. 1910; East ch., Lynn, Mass., Oct. 1910-Dec. 1923; Salem 
ch., New Rochelle, N. Y., Dec. 1923-Sept. 1935; p. emer., 1935—; ad. 



Students — 1895 187 

College Park, Lewisburg, Pa. D.D., Middlebury C. 1913; B.D. and 
S.T.M., N. T. I. 1925, M.R.E. 1927. 

Frederick Elbridge Heath. 2. (E.) 
b. Auburn, Me., May 25, 1872. Nichols Lat. Sch., Lewiston, Me.; 
C. D. S.; ord. Sterling, Sept. 4, 1895; p. Sterling 1895-Mar. 1897; 
Spencer, Apr. 1897-99; Weston, 1900-05; stud. H. U. 1900-02; p. 
Tabernacle ch., Boston, 1905-17; 1st ch., Jamaica Plain, 1917-32; 
Belmont, 1932-41; ret.; ad. Sudbury, Mass. 

Austen Tremaize Kempton. 1.5. 
b. Upper Canard, N. S., Feb. 6, 1870. Ac. C. 1891 (N. T. I. 1892-93; 
Sept.-Dec. 1895) ; ord. Milton, N. S., Aug. 13, 1891; p. Milton 1891- 
Aug. 1892; p. Sharon, May 1893-Nov. 1895; asst. p. Stoughton St. 
ch., Boston, Dec. 1895-Dec. 1896; p. Highland ch., Fitchburg, Jan. 
1897-Mar. 1902; act. p. Cong, ch., Lunenburg, Feb. 1904-Feb. 1912; 
p. Broadway Bapt. ch., Cambridge, Feb. 1912-39; prop. Kempton 
Lectures; ad. 9 Austin Park, Cambridge. D.D., Ac. U. 1921. 

*David Mount Lockrow. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Albany, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1870. Colg. A. 1891-93; H. U. 1901-03; 
ord. Rowley, June 5, 1895; p. Rowley, June 1895-Sept. 1898; Melrose 
Highlands, Sept. 1898-Sept. 1906; ev. Mass. Bapt. Miss. Soc, Sept. 
1906-Feb. 1911; dir. men's work, Tremont Temple ch., Boston, Feb. 
1911-Oct. 1924. d. Boston, Mar. 13, 1925. 

Percival Hylton Lynch. 3. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 11, 1871. Temple C. 1891; ord. Southeast 
ch., Philadelphia, Pa., July 22, 1896; p. Southeast ch., Philadelphia, 
June 1896-Aug. 1899; Mem. ch., Altoona, Aug. 1899-Feb. 1903; 1st 
ch., Jersey Shore, Mar. 1903- June 1908 ; Berean ch., Carbondale, July 
1908- July 1917; Olean, N. Y., July 1917-Nov. 1921; 1st ch., New 
Castle, Pa., Nov. 1921-May 1924; 1st ch., McKeesport, June 1924^; 
ad. 409 Olive Ave., McKeesport, Pa. 

Charles Edgar Rosecrans. 2. 
b. Owatonna, Minn., Aug. 6, 1868. O. C. 1887-90; Miss. Trn. Sch., 
Boston, Mass., Dec. 1891-May 1892; ord. Clarendon St. ch., Boston, 
June 27, 1894; p. Monroe, 1894; ev. 1894-95; prin. Lahainaluna S., 
H. I., 1895-98; ehap. car. miss., 1899; lyceum lect., 1900 — ; author; 
ad. 18 E. Elm St., Chicago, 111., 1930. Sometimes known as Ross 
Crane. 

*Isaiah Budd Wallace. 1. (E.) 

b. Lower Granville, N. S., Aug. 5, 1864. Hort. A., Wolfville, aut. 
1886-win. 1887; res. St. John, N. B., Oct. 1894- July 1895; sailor, 1895- 
spg. 1897; elk. Wolfville, N. S., spg. 1897- Aug. 1898; in Canadian 
Army, 1914-17; far. d. Hanteport, N. S., Dec. 30, 1939. 

James Edson Warner. 
b. Cornwallis, N. S., Aug. 30, 1868. U. Cambridge, Eng., 1890-91; 
Corn. U. 1891-92; R. T. S. 1892-93, 1894-95; ord. Cambridgeport, 
Mass., June 18, 1893; p. Inman Sq. ch., Cambridgeport, 1893-94; U. 
Chic. 1895-97; prof. Gr. and Anc. Hist., Miss. C, 1897-98; stud. U. 
Chic. sum. 1899 ; in bus. Boston, Mass., Pasadena, Calif. ; ret. ; ad. 434 
Black Ave., Bozeman, Mont. 

Arthur Locke Winn. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Woburn, Mass., Sept. 8, 1869. Miss. Trn. Sch., Boston, 1891-93; 
ord. Waterboro, Me., June 18, 1895; p. Waterboro, 1895-Dec. 1897; 
in bus., Winchester, Mass., Jan. 1898 — ; ad. 15 Fairmont St., Win- 
chester, Mass. 



188 Students — 1896 

1896 

♦WILLIAM HENRY ALLISON. 3. Grad. 

b. Somerville, Mass., Aug. 17, 1870. H. U. 1893; U. Halle, 1896-97; 
ord. North Ave. ch., Cambridge, Mass., May 13, 1896 ; s. Sandusky St. 
ch., Allegheny, Pa., July-Sept. 1898; p. Penaeook, N. H., Mar. 1899- 
July 1902; U. Chic. 1902-05; prof. Ch. Hist, and Miss., Pacific T. S., 
1904-05; prof. Hist, and Polit. Sci., F. C. 1905-08; head dept. Hist., 
Bryn Mawr C. 1908-10; dean, Colg. T. S. 1910-15, prof. Ecc. Hist., 
1910-28; prof, em., 1928-41; European Hist., O. State U., sum. 1917, 
1919; consultant in ch. hist., Library of Congress, 1930-41; author. 
d. Washington, D. C.( ?), Sept. 9, 1941. Ph. D., U. Chic. 1905; B.D., 
N. T. I. 1902. 

*CHARLES BALDWIN BACON. 3. Grad. 

b. Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 30, 1868. Br. U. 1892-93; ord. Chelsea, June 
14, 1896; p. Port Bragg, Calif., and Ukiah, miss. No. Calif., 1896-Aug. 
1897; p. Alsem, Ore., Oct. 1897- Aug. 1898; Col. U. 1898-99; tea. 
Norm. Sch., Stevens Point, Wis. ; State Norm. Sch. Terre Haute, Ind. ; 
in bus. d. Terre Haute, Feb. 21, 1934. 

*SUMNER BANGS. 3. Grad. 

b. Readfield, Me., Sept. 22, 1859. Hebron A. 1893; ord. Buckfield, 
Me., Jan. 14, 1897; p. Buckfield, Nov. 1896-May 1898; Tenant's Har- 
bor, July 1898- July 1901; w. c. Everett, Mass., July 1901-Mar. 1902; 
p. Charlestown, Me., Mar. 1902-Sept, 1905; Oakland, Oct. 1905-Sept. 
1908; tea. manual trn., Leland U., New Orleans, La., Oct. 1908-Oct. 
1912; p. Winchendon, Mass., Oct. 1912-May 1918; w. c. Worcester, 
May-Oct. 1918; p. Groton, Oct. 1918-Dec. 1920; Williamsett, Dec. 
1920-26. d. Holliston, Oct. 3, 1930. 

*ARTHUR TRAIN BELKNAP. 3. Grad. 

b. Framingham, Mass., Feb. 8, 1872. Br. U. 1893; stud. U. Halle, 
1896; ord. Sanford, Me., Feb. 26, 1897; p. Sanford, Jan. 1897-Sept. 
1898; H. U. D. S., post-grad., 1898-99, S. T. B. 1899; p. Andover, 
Mass., June 1900-Oct. 1905; Jefferson St. ch., Providence, R. I., Oct. 
1905-Sept. 1907; prof. Eng. and Expr., F. C, Sept. 1907-1919, dean, 
1916-19; act. pres., Apr.- June 1917; pres. Grand Island C, Apr. 1919- 
Aug. 1920; dean and prof. Eng., State Norm. Sch., Mansfield, 
Pa., Sept. 1920- Aug. 1941 ; memb. sum. faculty, Ind. U. 1912-14. d. 
Spokane, Wash., May 2, 1942. D.D., Sioux Falls C. 1920. 

*JOHN FREDERICK BLACKLOCK. 2. Grad. 

b. Providence, R. I., Feb. 7, 1866. Br. U. 1892 (N. T. I. 1892-93, 
1895-96) ; C. T. S. 1894-95; ord. Chesham, N. H., Aug. 25, 1896; p. 
Chesham, July 1896- July 1899; Meriden, July 1899-May 1900; Ja- 
maica, Vt., June 1900-Dec. 1902; Salem, N. H., Dec. 1902-1913; res. 
Salem Depot, d. Salem Depot, May 27, 1913. 

*CHARLES ALVIN BROOKS. 3. Grad. 

b. Watkins, N. Y., Jan. 7, 1871. Vt. A. 1889-91; Mt. Hermon Sch. 
1893; ord. Watkins, N. Y., July 16, 1896; p. Waterloo, Sept. 1896- 
Aug. 1898; Knowlesville, Aug. 1898-Apr. 1900; Pittsford, May 1900- 
Sept. 1903; 3d St. ch., Dayton, O., Oct. 1903-Nov. 1907; sec. and supt. 
city miss., Cleveland, Dec. 1907-1914 ; sec. City and Foreign Speaking 
Missions, A. B. H. M. S., N. Y., 1914-23; p. Englewood ch., Chicago, 
111., Jan. 1924-31; Comnr. of N. B. C. to Europe, 1919-20; author. 
d. Jan. 11, 1931. D.D., Bu. U. 1922. 

*THOMAS CAIN. 3. Grad. 

b. Portadown, Ire., Sept. 23, 1867. Colg. U. 1889-91; ord. Newton, 
June 19, 1896; S. S. miss. Chelsea, Nov. 1896-May 1897; p. West 



Students — 1896 189 

Swanzey, N. H., Aug. 1897-May 1901; Windsor, Vt., Aug. 1901-Oct. 
1905; Laconia, N. H., Nov. 1905-Apr. 1910; Kennebunkport, Me., 
May 1910-Sept. 1915; Essex St. ch., Lynn, Mass., 1916-Dec. 1923. d. 
Nahant, Mass., Dec. 7, 1923. 

ULYSSES SHERMAN DAVIS. 1. Grad. 
b. Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 27, 1866. D. U. 1892; U. Chic. D. S. 1892-94; 
ord. Bellevue, Mich., June 26, 1894; p. Bellevue, May 1894- July 1895; 
p. Marlboro, June 1896-Mar. 1900; Dayton, O., Apr. 1900-Dec. 1905; 
Bloomington, 111., Jan. 1906-Jan. 1912; Akron, O., Jan. 1912-1918; 
South Bend., Ind., 1918-Mar. 1925; Trinity ch., Marion, O., Mar. 
1925- Apr. 1928; West Harwich, Mass., May 1929-Apr. 1937; ret.; ad. 
West Harwich, Mass. B.D., U. Chic. 1895. D.D., S. C. 1907. 

EDWIN BAILEY DOLAN. 3. Grad. 
b. Hudson, Mass., Apr. 10, 1869. Br. U. 1893 ; ord. South Waterboro, 
Me., Sept. 21, 1896; p. South Waterboro, July 1896-Nov. 1901; Wales, 
Mass., Dec. 1901- Apr. 1907; Agawam, May 1907- Aug. 1911; 1st ch., 
Holyoke, Sept. 1911-Sept. 1918; gen. miss. Mass. Bapt. Conv., Oct. 
1918-Feb. 1924, field sec, Feb. 1924-Dec. 1940; ret.; ad. 146 Green- 
wood St., Melrose Highlands, Mass. B.D., N. T. I. 1911. 

HARRY SAINT JOHN FILMER. 3. Grad. 

b. St. John, N. B., July 7, 1867. Br. U. 1893; ord. Fall River, July 8, 
1896; p. Brownell St. Chap., Fall River, July 1896-May 1900; La- 
conia, N. H., May 1900- June 1903; Webster, Mass., July 1903-13; 
Greene, R. I. ; ad. Route 2, Green Cove Spring, Fla. 

^FREDERICK LENT. 3. Grad. 

b. Freeport, N. S., June 10, 1872. Br. U. 1900; ord. Leicester, Mass., 
Nov. 6, 1895 ; p. Calvary ch., Salem, June 1896- June 1898 ; Oaklawn, 
R. I., July 1898-Sept. 1901; s. 1st ch., New Haven, Conn., Mar.-Dec. 
1903, p. Feb. 1904-Sept. 1918; stud. Y. U. 1901-06; instr. Bib. Lit., 
Br. U. 1900-01; Y. U. 1903-07, 1909-10; pres. Elmira C. 1918-35; 
pres. International Bapt. Sem., East Orange, N. J., 1935-41. d. Los 
Angeles, Calif., Dec. 30, 1942. Ph: D., Y. U. 1906; D.D., Br. U. 1922; 
LL.D., Colg. U. 1922; B.D., N. T. I. 1900. 

WILLIAM EARNEST LOMBARD. 3. Grad. 
b. Turner, Me., Aug. 2, 1868. C. U. 1893; ord. Brewer, Me., July 22, 
1896; p. Brewer, 1896-Sept. 1898; Camden, Oct. 1898-1905; Andover, 
Mass., Feb. 1906-17; instr. Gordon Miss. Trn. Sch. 1906-08; Gordon 
Sch., N. T. I. 1908-10; p. Haverhill, Mass., June 1917-Oct. 1919; 
assoc. p. Portland St. ch., Haverhill, Oct. 1919-Apr. 1920; Saxton's 
River, Vt., Apr. 1920-Mar. 1924; West Springfield, Mass., Apr. 
1924—; ad. 128 Garden St., West Springfield, Mass. 

*GEORGE ARTHUR MARTELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Round Island, C. B., June 5, 1869. Ac. C. 1888-90; grad. Ac. U. 
1897; ord. Brewster, June 17, 1896; p. Brewster, 1896; H. U. 1897- 
98, grad. ; p. Turners Falls, Aug. 1898-1900 ; Willimansett, Dec. 1900- 
Feb. 1909; McMinnville, Ore., Sept. 1909-Oct. 1910; instr. Pacific 
Coast Bapt. T. S., May 1910-15; p. Oakland, d. Atascadero, Nov. 
24, 1926. Ph.D., U. Chic. 1919; B.D., N. T. I. 1904. 

*JOEL BYRON SLOCUM. 3. Grad. 

b. Mt. Hanley, N. S., Feb. 1, 1868. C. U. 1893; ord. Tremont Temple 
ch., Boston, June 19, 1896; p. Westbrook, Me., Nov. 1896-May 1897; 
Laconia, N. H., June 1897-Nov. 1898; 1st ch., Concord, Dec. 1898-Oct. 
1903; 1st ch., Columbus, O., Nov. 1903- Apr. 1907; Greenwood ch., 
Brooklyn, N. Y., May 1907-1913; 1st ch., Norwich, Conn., 1913-Mar. 
1917; Warburton Ave. ch., Yonkers, N. Y., Apr. 1917- June 1920; 1st 



190 Students — 1896 

ch., Dayton, 0., Julv 1920- July 1922; author; cont. rel. papers; chapl. 
N. H. leg., 1901-02/ d. Vancouver, B. C., July 27, 1922. D.D., Cy. C. 
1913. 
*WILLIAM MURRAY SMALLMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Summerside, P. E. I., Mar. 9, 1857. Ac. C. 1891; ord. Dartmouth, 
N. S., July 16, 1891; p. Dartmouth, 1891- July 1893; Winthrop, June 
1896-May 1900; Nicteaux, N. S., June 1900- Jan. 1903; New Glasgow, 
Jan. 1903-1912; Bridgewater, Oct. 1912-Nov. 1914. d. Bridgewater, 
N. S., Nov. 22, 1914. 

WILLIAM ABBOT SMITH. 3. Grad. 
b. Waterville, Me., Apr. 30, 1868. C. U. 1891; tea. John B. Stetson 
U., Fla., 1892-93; U. Halle, 1896-97; ord. Waterville, Me., July 14, 
1897; tea. Waterville, 1898-1902; p. Central Sq. ch., Portland, Mar. 
1903-07; 2d ch., Suffield, Conn., Apr. 1908-1916; ed. Zion's Advocate, 
1916-20; p. 1st Cong, ch., Waterville, Me., Jan. 1921-36; ad. 39 Winter 
St., Waterville, Me. 

DANIEL CORY SNOW. 3. Grad. 
b. Providence, R. I., Mav 1, 1870. Br. U. 1893; not ord.; in bus. 
1898-1917; prof, golfer, Segregansett Club, Taunton, Mass., 1917-?; 
ad. 27 Couch St., Taunton, Mass. 

CHARLES ALBERT TENNY. 3. Grad. 
b. Wilmington, 111., Mar. 3, 1868. Dr. U. 1891; ord. Newport, N. H., 
June 29, 1896; p. Newport, June 1896- July 1903; Sac City, la., Aug. 
1903- July 1904; Algona, July 1904- July 1906; Newton, Sept. 1906- 
Sept. 1908; sec. Des M. C, Oct. 1908-Oct. 1911; p. Cascade, Nov. 
1911-Nov. 1914; s. Nov. 1914-21; ed. Holly (Colo.) Chieftain, 1921- 
24; ret.; ad. Woodstock, N. Y., 1941. 



*Robert Werner Bagwell. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Onancock, Accomac Co., Va., Mar. 22, 1871; ord. Accomac, Va., 
Aug. 26, 1896; p. Jarrett, 1896-1905; Arvonia and Mt. Zion, 1906-18; 
Beth Eden ch., Halifax, 1918-43. d. Halifax, May 8, 1936. 
Ingram Ebenezer Bill. 1. 
b. Hampton, N. B., Nov. 23, 1871. Ac. U. 1893; ord. Cleveland, O., 
Sept. 19, 1894; p. West Cleveland, June 1894-May 1895; R. T. S. 
1895-97; p. Oberlin, O., Sept. 1897- Jan. 1905; U. Chic. D. S. 1905-08; 
Fellow in Ch. Hist., 1907-08; p. Capitol Hill ch., Denver, Colo., Mar.- 
Sept. 1908; North Shore ch., Chicago, 111., Sept. 1908-Dec. 1912; 
City Park ch., Denver, Colo., Jan. 1913-Sept. 1915; Parkside ch., 
Chicago, 111., Sept. 1916-Dec. 1917; 1st ch., Beloit, Wis., Jan. 1918- 
Jan. 1925; chapl. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., Jan. 1925-Sept. 
1931; miss, worker, 1931-34; author; ad. Belle Meade Chalet, Jack- 
son, Tenn. 
Charles Issachar Ramsey Doeg, formerly Charles Issachar Ramsey. 
2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Newmarket, N. H., Dec. 23, 1869. ord. Somersworth, N. H., July 
3, 1896; p. Northville, Conn., July 1896-1900; Colchester, Jan. 1900- 
06; Thompson, Aug. 1906- June 1910; Penn's Grove, N. J., 1910-14; 
Hardwick, Vt., 1914-16; Colp. Vt. Bapt. Conv., 1916-17; Y. M. C. A. 
1917-18; p. Winter Harbor, Me., 1918-22; Merrimac, Mass., 1922-26; 
Becket, 1926-36; ret.; ad. 211 High St., Somersworth, N. H. 

*Wallace Henry Mays. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Pipestone Township, Mich., Aug. 1, 1866. Kal. C. 1892-94; ev. 
New England and the Middle States, 1896-98; res. Benton Harbor, 
Mich., 1898; ord. Albion, Jan. 31, 1899; p. Albion, Jan.-Apr. 1899; 
health failed; Sodus; in bus., Goshen, Ind. d. Bainbridge Township, 
Mich., Nov. 26, 1941. 



Students — 1897 191 

Charles Issachar Ramsey, see Charles Issachar Ramsey Doeg. 

Joseph Walther. 2. 
b. Bridgeport, Conn., Apr. 24, 1866. Br. U. 1893; ord. Holden, July 
1895; p. Holden, July 1895- Apr. 1902; Keene, N. H., May 1902- Jan. 
1909; Wollaston, Mass., Feb. 1909- Jan. 1925; Adams Sq. ch., Worces- 
ter, Mar. 1925-31; ret.; ad. Glendale, Calif. 

George Ellsworth Whitehouse. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
6. Cumberland, Me., May 1, 1868. ord. Central Falls, R. I., Feb. 15, 
1897; p. Cheshire, Mass., Nov. 1896-Feb. 1900; Braintree, Feb. 1900- 
Oct. 1903; East Milton, Oct. 1903-Sept. 1905; Moncton, N. B., Sept. 
1905-Nov. 1906; Im. ch., Washington, D. C, Dec. 1906-09; 6th Ave. 
ch., Tacoma, Wash., 1909-12; Berlin, N. Y., 1912-13; 11th ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1913-18; overseas Y. M. C. A. sec, 1918; s. Cong, ch., 
South Williamstown, Mass., 1919-24; p. Bapt. ch., Berlin, N. Y., Feb. 
1924-32; 1936—; ad. Berlin, N. Y. 

1897 

*NORMAN NORTH BISHOP. 3. Grad. 

b. Canaan, N. S., Sept. 6, 1867. Br. U. 1895 (N. T. I. 1891-92, 1895- 
97); act. p. North Easton, 1896-98; ord. Beverlv Farms, Sept. 27, 
1898; p. Beverly Farms, 1898- Jan. 1900; Chicopee Falls, Feb. 1900- 
Feb. 1904; health failed, d. West Dennis, Aug. 18, 1905. B.D., 
N. T. I. 1902. 

^FREDERICK LOUIS CLEVELAND. 2. Grad. 

b. Conway, Mass., June 17, 1864. S. B. T. S. 1893-95; ord. Chapel- 
hill, N. C, Sept. 22, 1897; p. Chapelhill, Aug. 1897- July 1900; North 
Hanover, Mass., Dec. 1900; Dec. 1905; assoc. p. Maiden, Mar. 1907- 
Sept. 1919; p. 3rd ch., Fall River, Sept. 1919-Feb. 1921; 2nd ch., 
East Providence, R. I., Feb. 1921-28; Kingston, Mass., 1928-29; res. 
West Roxbury. d. Boston, Mar. 1, 1938. 

*WILLIAM JOBES EDDY. 3. Grad. 

b. Crossroads, W. Va., Mar. 2, 1862. ord. Crossroads, Aug. 30, 1891; 
p. Greenboro, Pa., June 1891-Sept. 1893; U. W. Va. 1893; U. Chic. 
D. S. 1893-94; p. 1st ch., Fairmont, W. Va., 1897-1929; author, d. 
Fairmont, May 28, 1929. 

CHARLES HAIGH ELLIS. 3. Grad. 
b. Rochdale, Eng., Oct. 13, 1867. Br. U. 1894; ord. North Billerica, 
June 23, 1897; p. Chelmsford Centre, June 1897-Oct. 1937, also South 
Chelmsford, June 1929-Oct. 1937; ret.; ad. Southampton, Mass. 

*THOMAS PHILLIPS EVANS. 3. Grad. 

b. Cornwall, Eng., Dec. 25, 1868. Kimball Un. A. 1891-94; ord. 
Methuen, July 20, 1897; p. Billerica, July 1897-Oct. 1906; Holliston, 
Oct. 1906-Oct. 1915: Quincy, Oct. 1915- June 1922; Georgetown, June 
1922-29. d. Methuen, Sept. 21, 1938. 

DANIEL WEBSTER KIMBALL. 3. Grad. 
b. Cambridge, Me., Dec. 24, 1869. C. U. 1894; ord. Manchester, Dec. 
16, 1897; p. Manchester, Nov. 1897-Dec. 1898; w. c. Cambridge, Me., 
1898-May 1901; p. Wayne, June 1901-Sept. 1908; Mechanic Falls, 
Nov. 1908- June 1915; Sedgwick, July 1915-Nov. 1918; Charlestown, 
Nov. 1918-Sept. 1920; w. c. Charleston, Oct. 1920-Oct. 1922; p. North 
Vassalboro, Oct. 1922- Apr. 1937; ad. Freedom, Me., R. F. D. 2. 

*DAVID TRISTAN MAGILL. 3. Grad. 

b. Strathroy, Ont., Oct. 7, 1886. Kal. C. 1894; ord. Flint, Mich., Apr. 
25, 1893; p. Milford, Mass., July 1897-Feb. 1907; Calvary ch., Chi- 



192 Students — 1897 

cago, 111., Mar. 1907-Nov. 1917; Upper Alton ch., Alton, Dec. 1917- 
28; Jackson, Mich., 1928-30. d. July 1930. D.D., Kal. C. 1919; 
B.D., N. T. I. 1900. 

*GEORGE FREDERIC ROUILLARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 29, 1867. H. U. 1894; ord. Kennebunk, Me., 
July 7, 1897; p. Kennebunk, 1897-Dec. 1901; Bath, Jan. 1902-May 
1909; asst. to home sec, A. B. F. M. S., June 1909-Nov. 1911; p. No. 
Stratford, N. H., Dec. 1911- Apr. 1918; Topsham, Me., May 1918- 
Aug. 1924 ; ret. ; res. South Weymouth, Mass. ; Watertown. d. Cam- 
bridge, May 17, 1938. 

JOHN ELIJAH SMITH. 3. Grad. 
b. Jefferson, Mich., Aug. 9, 1871. Kal. C. 1894; ord. Keene, N. H., 
June 29, 1897; p. Keene, June 1897-Mar. 1902; Kalamazoo, Mich., 
Mar. 1902-Mar. 1913; s. and in bus., 1913-Dec. 1916; p. Spokane, 
Wash., Dec. 1916-Feb. 1923; gen. dir. Mich. Bapt. Conv., Mar. 1923- 
28; exec. sec. N. Y. Bapt. Conv., 1928-36; ret.; ad. 106 DeWitt Road, 
Syracuse, N. Y. D.D., Kal. C. 1921. 

*EDWIN FRITZON SNELL, formerly EDDY FRITZON SNELL. 

3. Grad. 
b. Lawrence, Mass., June 3, 1869. W. A. 1893; H. U. 1897 (out of 
course) ; ord. Hampton Falls, N. H., June 17, 1897; p. Hampton Falls 
and Seabrook, 1897-Sept. 1899; Lincoln Park ch., West Newton, 
Mass., Oct. 1899- Jan. 1909; Cong, ch., Mansfield, Feb. 1909-May 1910; 
Winnetka, Chicago, 111., June 1910-Nov. 1917. d. West Somerville, 
Mass., Nov. 20, 1917. 

^FREDERICK McKEE WHITE. 3. Grad. 

b. Centerville, Mich., Aug. 10, 1870. U. Mich. 1894; ord. Dexter, 
Mich., Sept. 6, 1893; p. Dexter, Feb. 1891-Sept. 1894; p. Hingham, 
July 1895-Nov. 1897; Amherst, Nov. 1897-Dec. 1901; Foxboro, Dec. 
1901-Sept. 1904; Winthrop, Sept. 1904-Mar. 1913; Un. ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., Mar. 1913-Oct. 1915; Grand River Ave. ch., Detroit, 
Mich., Oct. 1915-Oct. 1917; Colon, May 1918-Feb. 1922; Centerville, 
June 1924-30 ; ad. Centerville, Mich. d. Sturgis, Jan. 2, 1930. Ph.D., 
Bost U. 1908; B.D., N. T. 1. 1901. 

*CHARLES BURDITT WILLIAMS. 3. Grad. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 30, 1865. H. U. 1892-94; ord. West Sutton, 
June 29, 1897; p. West Sutton, 1897-1900; Inman Sq. ch., Cambridge, 
July 1901-Sept. 1904; West Royalston, Nov. 1906-09; Fitzwilliam, 
N. H., Aug. 1909-Dee. 1910 ; Cong, ch., Greenwich, Mass., Dec. 1910- 
Dec. 1916; Cong, ch., Hooksett, N. H., Dec. 1916-Dec. 1922; Cong, 
ch., Candia, N. H., Dec. 1922-25 ; author ; ret. d. West Sutton, Mass., 
June 11, 1935. 

HENRY B WILLIAMS. 3. Grad. 
b. Central, Keweenaw Co., Mich., Dec. 25, 1863. U. R. 1888-92; ord. 
Fayetteville, N. Y., Sept. 14, 1897; p. Fayetteville, Sept. 1897-Dec. 
1903; Woburn, Mass., Dec. 1903-Mar. 1916; Court St. ch., Auburn, 
Me., Mar. 1916-Sept. 1920; 1st ch., New Bedford, Mass., Sept. 1920- 
Nov. 1935; author; ad. 53 Hill St., New Bedford, Mass. D.D., Sim- 
mons C. 1904. 

*HERBERT EDWIN WISE. 3. Grad. 

b. Great Yarmouth, Eng., Mar. 9, 1865. Manitoba U. 1892; ord. 
Winnipeg, Manitoba, July 5, 1892; p. Calgary, Alberta, Can., July 
1892- Aug. 1894; Northboro, July 1895-Oct. 1897; 1st ch., Norwich, 
Conn., Oct. 1897-Nov. 1906; Cent, ch., Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 1906- 



Students — 1897 193 

June 1909 ; prof. Phil, and Social Sci., and instr. Bib., U. of Redlands, 
June 1909-Mar. 1923. d. Redlands, Calif., Mar. 6, 1923. 



John Eddy Berry. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. West Summer, Me., July 6, 1857. ord. West Summer, June 30, 
1893; p. West Summer, June 1893-Sept. 1895; p. Montgomery Cen- 
tre, Vt., July 1897-Feb. 1902; Halifax, Feb. 1902- Apr. 1905; North 
Troy, May 1905-Mar. 1909; Putney, Mar. 1909- July 1912; Barnstable, 
July 1912-Oct. 1918; S. Hanson, Mass., Oct. 1918-Nov. 1928; ret.; 
ad. Hanson, Mass. 
*William Alva Brady. 1. 

b. Enfield, Me., July 1, 1863. Br. U. 1894; ord. Narragansett Pier, 
R. I., Sept. 15, 1896; p. Narragansett Pier, 1891- July 1898; post 
grad., Br. U. 1898-1899; p. Calvary ch., Quincy, Mass., 1901-06; supt. 
schs., Narragansett Pier, R. I., 1906-1 d. 1940. 

Jacob Dumpf. 1. (E.) 
b. Dahlen, Livonia, June 30, 1864. Mt. Hermon Sch., Feb. 1894- 
Sept. 1895; went to the Klondike region, spg. 1898. No further 
information. 

Arthur Hale Gordon. 2. Grad. 
b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 2, 1872. H. U. 1893; miss. South Fitchburg, 
1896-sum. 1897; stud. Free Ch. C, Glasgow, Scot., 1897-98; ord. 
Boston, Mass., Nov. 2, 1898; p. Ipswich, Sept. 1898- June 1901; Im. 
ch., Cambridge, Sept. 1901-Feb. 1910; Ponce de Leon ch., Atlanta, 
Ga., Mar. 1910- July 1917; s. 1st ch., Los Angeles, Calif., Aug. 1917- 
March. 1918; Y. M. C. A. sec, Mar. 1919; p. Delaware Ave. ch., 
Buffalo, N. Y., Apr. 1919-Oct. 1929; Middlebury, 1931—; ad. 55 
Seminary St., Middlebury, Vt. Son of A. J. Gordon, class of 1863. 
^Christopher James Harding. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Great Falls, now Somersworth, N. H., May 4, 1871. ord. 1st ch., 
Fall River, June 29, 1897; p. Rowe, Aug. 1897-Nov. 1898; Charle- 
mont, Jan.-Nov. 1898; Stamford, Vt., Dec. 1898-June 1900; Three 
Rivers, Mass., July 1900-Dec. 1902; China, Me., Dec. 1902-May 1904; 
Raynham, Mass., June 1904- Aug. 1906; Richmond, R. I., and Cross 
Mills, Aug. 1906-Dec. 1907; health failed, Jan. 1908- June 1910; ev. 
work, June 1910-Apr. 1911; p. Lyme, Conn., Apr. 1911-Apr. 1912; 
Edgartown, Mass., May 1912-Mar. 1913. d. Westfield, Mass., July 
18, 1913. 

Birney Stillmon Hudson. 1. 
b. Oakfield, Wis., June 5, 1868. Hills. C. 1892. ord. Litchfield, 
Mich., Sept. 22, 1892; p. Litchfield, Jan. 1892- Apr. 1893; Grasslake, 
Apr. 1893-Sept. 1894; p. North Easton, Sept. 1894-May 1895; Te- 
cumseh, Mich., July 1895-Sept. 1898; 18th St. ch., Detroit, Sept. 1898- 
June 1902; stud. U. Chic, June 1902-Sept. 1903, B.D., 1903; p. Hast- 
ings, Nebr., 1904-08; 1st ch., Atlantic City, N. J., 1908-1914; Park 
Ave. ch., Plainfield, Dec. 1914-June 1917; Free St. ch., Portland, Me., 
June 1917- June 1923; assoc c p. Temple ch., Los Angeles, Calif., 
1923-36; Calvary ch., Anaheim, 1936-40; ad. 1515 Hill Drive Eagle 
Park, Los Angeles, Calif. D.D., Hills C. 1911, Cent. U. 1911. 

William Hunter. 1. 
b. Syracuse, N. Y., June 15, 1870. Colg. U. 1894; Colg. T. S. 1894- 
95, 1896-97 (N. T. I. 1895-96) ; ord. Port Jefferson, L. I., N. Y., May 
17, 1898; p. Port Jefferson, Nov. 1897- Apr. 1903; Croton Falls, Apr. 
1903-Feb. 1910; Stewart St. ch., Providence, R. I., Feb. 1910-Nov. 
1918; Franklin, N. H., Nov. 1918- June 1921; Cape May, N. J., Nov. 
1921-28; ret.; ad. Mt. Sinai, L. I., N. Y. 



194 Students — 1897 

John Howard MacDonald. 1. 
b. Margaree, N. S., Feb. 12, 1865. Ac. C. 1891; ord. Bass River, 
N. S., Aug. 6, 1891; p. Bass River, June 1891-May 1892; asst. p. 
Amherst, June 1892- Aug. 1894; p. Woodstock, N. B., June 1895- Aug. 
1896; Amherst, N. S., Oct. 1896- Aug. 1899; prin. Acadia S., Wolf- 
ville, N. S., Sept. 1899-June 1901; p. Fredericton, N. B., July 1901- 
13; ed. Maritime Baptist; chapl., lieut. col., C. E. F., 1915-19; p. 
Wolfville, N. S., 1919-23; prof. Ch. Hist., Ac. U. 1923—; ad. Wolf- 
ville, N. S. 

*Norman Augustus MacNeill. 0.5. 

b. Canoe Cove, P. E. I., Feb. 2, 1861. Ac. C. 1890; ord. Chester, 
N. S., Sept. 16, 1890; p. Chester, June 1890-May 1893; s. various 
chs., P. E. I., and N. B., July 1893-Sept. 1896; p. Hampton, N. B., 
Oct. 1896-Oct. 1901; Petitcodiac, Nov. 1901-Oct. 1904; stud. Colg. 
T. S. 1904-06; p. Sackville, N. B., 1907-09; Bridgetown, N. S., 1909- 
Apr. 1914; Salisbury, N. B., Apr. 1914- Aug. 1921; Maryville, N. B., 
Aug. 1921-30; Sussex, 1930-40. D.D., Ac. U. 1924. 

Paul Frederic Madliger. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. St. Blaise, Swit., Mar. 20, 1865. Wo. C. 1890; miss., Ont., 1897- 
1900; in bus. 1900- ; ad. 181 Murray St., Brantford, Ont. 

* James Edward Norcross. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Watertown, Mass., Mar. 15, 1862. In bus. 1879-90; sec. Y. M. 
C. A., 1890-93; asst. p. 1893-97; ord. Watertown, June 16, 1897; p. 
Marblehead, Mar. 1897-Feb. 1900; Amesbury, Feb. 1900- Jan. 1904; 
1st ch., Jamaica Plain, Jan. 1904- Aug. 1908; dist. sec. A. B. H. M. S., 
New Eng., Sept. 1908- Jan. 1912; p. Shady Ave. ch., Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Jan. 1912-May 1916; dist. sec. A. B. P. S., New York, May 1916- 
Sept. 1920; sec. Gen. Bd. Promotion, Sept. 1920-Sept. 1922; p. Law- 
rence St. Cong, ch., Lawrence, Mass., Sept. 1922-Jan. 1923; Trinity 
Bapt. ch., Arlington, Jan. 1923-29; p. em. 1929-34. d. Watertown, 
June 8, 1934. 

*Ellsworth Craig Rood. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Port Hillford, N. S., Dec. 26, 1869. Wo. C. 1892-95; ord. Shirley, 
June 15, 1897; p. Wilmington, Vt., June 1897-Mar. 1900. d. Maiden, 
Mass., Mar. 13, 1900. 

*Albert Philip Rossier. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Montgomery, Vt., June 10, 1870. ord. Fitchburg, June 13, 1897; 
p. Fitchburg, Nov. 1896-Aug. 1898; Stryker, O., Sept. 1898-Sept. 
1905; Kercheval Ave. ch., Detroit, Mich., Sept. 1905-Apr. 1909; w. c. 
1909-13; p. Bethany ch., Highland, 111., 1913-Apr. 1918; Geneseo, 
May 1918; Geneseo, May 1918-Sept. 1919; Compton, Calif., Sept. 
1919- June 1923; 1st ch., Inglewood, June 1923; 1st ch., Inglewood, 
June 1923-Oct. 1927; Baker, Ore., Oct. 1927-Oct. 1930; Woodland, 
Calif., Oct. 1930-37; North Troy, Vt., 1937-38; 2d ch., Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 1938-43. d. Waterville, Mar. 1943. 

John Rothwell Slater. 1.5. 
b. Marion, Va., Mar. 14, 1872. H. U. 1894; U. Chic. 1896-98; not 
ord.; assoc. ed. The Standard, Chicago, 111., 1896-1903; man. ed. The 
World Today, Chicago, 1903-05 ; asst. prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit., U. R., 
1905-07; prof. Eng., 1907-42; author since 1925, Recent Literature 
and Religion, 1938; ed. Of Magnanimity and Charity, 1942; ad. 94 
Bellevue Drive, Rochester, N. Y. Ph.D., U. Chic. 1905. 

^Frederick William Stait. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Gloucester, Eng., Oct. 1, 1867. ord. Newton Centre, July 1, 1897; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Udayagiri, Nellore Dist., India, 1897-1932. d. 
England, ca. 1940. 



Students — 1898 195 

Howard Henry White. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Ira, Vt., Apr. 16, 1873. U. V. M. Med. dept.; ord. Ira, Vt., June 
22, 1897; p. Addison, July 1897- Apr. 1900, Nov. 1903-Mar. 1910 
Whiting, May 1900-Nov. 1902; East Hardwick, Dec. 1902-Oct. 1903 
Addison, 1903-1910; Hardwick, 1910-1915; Vergennes, 1913-1916 
Laconia, N. H., 1916-1923; Lebanon, 1923-27; Lyndon Centre and 
Sheffield, Vt., 1927-38; ret.; chapl. Vt. House of Rep., 1902; ad. 338 
South Main St., Laconia, N. H. 

1898 

*GEORGE RICHARD ATHA. 2. Grad. 

6. Huddersfield, Eng., Jan. 16, 1868. Br. U. 1895; U. Chic. D. S. 
1895-96; ord. Fall River, July 6, 1898; p. 3d eh., Fall River, June 
1898- June 1902; Broadway chap., Fall River, July 1902-Nov. 1903; 
asst. to p. 1st ch., Providence, R. I., Nov. 1903-Aug. 1906; p. Groton 
Heights ch., Groton, Conn., Sept. 1906-42. d. Groton Heights, 1942. 

*WILLIAM WALTER BUSTARD. 3. Grad. 

b. Paterson, N. J., Aug. 20, 1871. Br. U. 1895 ; ord. Amesbury, June 
30, 1898; p. Amesbury, June 1898- Jan. 1900; Dudley St. ch., Boston, 
Jan. 1900- June 1909; Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., June 1909-25; 
ret. d. Delmar, Calif., June 25, 1935. D.D., C. N. C. 1914, Br. U. 
1922. 

RANDALL THOMAS CAPEN. 3. Grad. 
b. Quincy, Mass., July 29, 1872. H. U. 1895; ord. Watertown, June 
16, 1898; p. Belfast, Me., July 1898-Dec. 1899; Madison, Wis., Mar. 
1901-Aug. 1904; mis. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, Nov. 1904—; ad. 
Swatow, China. 

*JOHN HENRY DAVIS. 3. Grad. 

b. Chestnut, Eng., July 2, 1860. Ac. U. 1893; ord. Economy, N. S., 
July 12, 1893; p. Economy, June 1893-Sept. 1895; p. Newton Upper 
Falls, Apr. 1896-Oct. 1898; Georgetown, Oct. 1898- June 1904; M.D., 
Tu. C. 1904; phys. and p. Cong, ch., Sherman, Conn., June 1904- Jan. 
1908 ; Torringf ord, Jan. 1908-June 1910 ; p. Anamosa, la., June 1910- 
Mar. 1913; ord. Epis. priest; r. St. Mark's ch., Crystal Falls, Mich., 
and St. John's ch., Iron River, 1913-Oct. 1918; in med., Oct. 1918-Oct. 
1920; r. Em. ch., St. Louis, Sept. 1920-Dec. 1923; health failed; w. c, 
1923-25. d. St. Louis, Sept. 7, 1925. 

WINFRED NICHOLS DONOVAN. 3. Grad. 
b. Belchertown, Mass., Jan. 24, 1869. C. U. 1892; tea. Hebron, Me., 
1892-93; Skowhegan, 1894-96 (N. T. I. 1893-94; 1896-98) ; U. Berlin 
1913-14; ord. South Lyndeboro, N. H., Nov. 3, 1898; instr. O. T. stud. 
N. T. I., 1898-1901, asst. prof. Bib. Interp., O. T., 1901-09; act. asst. 
prof. Heb. and O. T. Exeg., Bost. U. Sch. Theology, 1905-06; assoc. 
prof, in Bib. depts., N. T. I., 1909-14, prof. Bib. Lit., 1914-15, Bib. 
Interp., O. T., 1915-42; prof. em. 1942—; chairman of the faculty, 
1925-26; oversea Y. M. C. A. serv., July 1918- Jan. 1919; ad. 46 Wal- 
dorf Road, Newton Highlands, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 1910. Son of 
Dennis Donovan, class of 1867. 

IRVING JUDSON ENSLIN. 3. Grad. 
b. Somerville, Mass., Jan. 11, 1873. Br. U. 1898-1901; ord. Oak- 
lawn, R. I., Jan. 15, 1902; p. Oaklawn, Dec. 1901-Nov. 1910; Derry, 
N. H., Dec. 1910-Nov. 1937; Milton Cong, ch., Litchfield, Conn., Apr. 
1939—; ad. Litchfield, Conn. 

NEIL EDWARD HERMAN. 3. Grad. 
b. Dartmouth, N. S., Mar. 27, 1870. Ac. U. 1895; Pine Hill C, Hali- 



196 Students — 1898 

fax, N. S., 1895-96; ord. West Medway, June 15, 1898; p. West Med- 
way, 1898-1900; Selkirk, Manitoba, 1900-02; Portage la Prairie, 1902- 
07; Windsor, N. S., 1907-11; Em. ch., Truro, Jan. 1912-14; MacPhail 
Mem. ch., Ottawa, Can., 1914-16; Metropolitan Tabernacle ch., 
Ottawa, 1917-20; Un. ch., Sydney, N. S., 1920-22; lit. work, 1922—; 
fd. and ed. The Day Star; ad. Hantsport, N. S. 

* ALLAN HOBEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Gibson, N. B., Sept. 14, 1874. U. N. B. 1895; U. Chic. 1898-1901; 
ord. Milwaukee, Wis., Dec. 3, 1900; p. Un. ch., Waupun, Wis., May 
1901-Sept. 1904; org. Bapt. Stud. Guild, Ann Arbor, Mich., Oct.-Dec. 
1904; p. 1st ch., Detroit, Mich., Jan. 1905-May 1908; assoc. prof. 
Pract. Theol., U. Chic, May 1908-Sept. 1919; prof. Sociol., Carleton 
C, Sept. 1919-June 1922; pres. Kal. C, Sept. 1922-35; dir. Y. M. 
C. A., A. E. F., 5th Div., Apr.-Dec. 1918; author, d. Kalamazoo, 
Apr. 29, 1935. Ph.D., U. Chic. 1901. 

CHARLES SPURGEON NIGHTINGALE. 3. Grad. 
b. West Eaton, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1868. Br. U. 1894 (N. T. I. 1894-96; 
1897-98); ord. North ville, Mich., Oct. 30, 1896; p. Northville, July 
1896- July 1897; Danvers, Mass., July 1898-Sept. 1903; Athol, Oct. 
1903-May 1907; Petersham, May 1907-Nov. 1915; Moosup, Conn., 
Dec. 1915-Nov. 1928; Sterlin Hill, 1923(?)-29; Charlton, Mass., Jan. 
1929-Nov. 1933; ret.; ad. Penney Farms, Fla. 

FRED ARTHUR ROBINSON. 3. Grad. 
b. West Fairlee, Vt., Jan. 1, 1863. Br. U. 1895; ord. Greenville, 
N. H., Sept. 28, 1898; p. Pleasant View ch., Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 
1898-Sept. 1903; Milford, N. H., Sept. 1903-Feb. 1908; Central Sq. 
ch., Portland, Me., Feb. 1908-Oct. 1912; s. Worcester, Mass., Oct. 
1912- July 1915; p. 1st ch., West Boylston, July 1915-Nov. 1930; ret.; 
ad. Royalston, Mass. 

CHARLES SCHWEIKERT. 3. Grad. 
b. New York, N. Y July 17, 1870. Colg. U. 1892-95; ord. 5th Ave. 
ch., New York, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1898; p. The Armitage Chap., New 
York, June 1898-June 1901 ; 1st ch., New Brighton, N. Y., June 1901- 
June 1908; Un. Ave. ch., Paterson, N. J., June 1908-Jan. 1918; rel. 
camp, sec, army Y. M. C. A., Camp Meade, Md., Camp Vail, N. J., 
Fort Hancock, N. Y., Jan. 1918-Oct. 1919 ; p. North ch., Port Chester, 
N. Y., Nov. 1919- Jan. 1936; ret.; ad. 33 Maple Drive, New Hyde 
Park, L. I., N. Y. D.D., Simmons C. 1920. 
*EUGENE HOWARD STOVER. 3. Grad. 

b. Bluehill, Me., Aug. 30, 1865. C. U. 1892; prin. Bluehill A., 1892- 
95; ord. Milo, Me., Dec. 14, 1898; p. Milo, Oct. 1898-Mar. 1903; prin. 
Alcalde Miss, sch., Alcalde, N. Mex., 1903-04; p. Naco, Ariz., June 
1904-12; prin. Naco schs., 1904-08; county sch. supt., 1909-12; prin. 
schs., Tombstone, 1912-13; p. Bryant Pond, Me., 1913-18; prin. 
Ricker Class. Inst., 1918-24 ; p. fed. chs., West Paris and North Paris, 
1924-28; Sedgewick, 1928-41. d. Sedgewick, Jan. 28, 1941. 

♦WILLIAM FREDERICK WILSON. 3. Grad. 

b. East Greenwich, R. I., May 2, 1868. Br. U. 1895; asst. 2d ch., Fall 
River, June 1891-Oct. 1896; act. p. 3d ch., Fall River, Oct. 1896- June 
1898; ord. North Abington, June 22, 1898, p. North Abington, June 
1898-June 1904; Amesbury, July 1904-Mar. 1911; West Somerville, 
Apr. 1911-Oct. 1919 ; camp p., Camp Funston, Kans. May- July, 1918 ; 
dir. of Promotion, Mass., Bapt. Conv., Oct. 1919-Sept. 1920; p. Burl- 
ington, Vt., Sept. 1920-Dec 1921; assoc. p. and educ. dir., 1st ch., 
Fall River, Mass., Dec 1921-May 1924; p. Auburndale ch., Spring- 
field, June 1924- ? ; Amesbury. d. Amesbury, Feb. 23, 1926. 



Students — 1898 197 

IDELL HARTSON WOOD. 3. Grad. 
b. Ann Arbor, Mich., June 30, 1872. Colg. U. 1893; miss. Phila- 
delphia, Pa., 1893-95; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., June 14, 1898; p. 
Kearney, Nebr., June 1898-May 1901; Fairbury, June 1901-Apr. 
1905; Pawnee City, May 1905-Mar. 1908; Saskatoon, Sask., Mar. 
1908-Jan. 1911 ; Bremerton, Wash., 1911-14; Fort Bragg, Calif., 1914- 
16; East Bremerton, Wash., 1918-21; Charlestown, 1922-24; Pente- 
costal Assembly, Everett, 1924-25. No further information. 

*WILLIAM HARSTON WOODALL. 3. Grad. 

b. Somerville, Tenn., Mar. 10, 1858. Ark. Indust. U. 1885; tea. 
Amity, Ark., Arkadelphia, Lenoke, 1885-88; pres. Judson U., Jud- 
sonia, 1888-90; pres. Lakeside C, Lake City, Fla., 1890-93; pres. 
Excelsior C, Senoia, Ga., 1893-84; ord. Senoia, Nov. 25, 1894; p. 
Bainbridge, 1894-95; Hinsdale, N. H., Dec. 1898- Aug. 1900; Mars 
Hill, N. C, Sept. 1900-Dec. 1903; Bib. tea., Inst, work under H. M. 
Bd., S. B. C, Jan. 1904-Dec. 1905; Bib. Inst, work and prin. Haywood 
Inst., Clyde, N. C, Jan. 1906-12; Bib. tea. and Inst, work, N. C, 
1912-20. * d. Asheville, N. C, Nov. 26, 1920. 



*Bernard Christopher. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Bear River, N. S., Apr. 7, 1865. C. A. 1889-94; ord. Chester, 
N. H., June 22, 1898; p. Chester, Mar. 1894-Oct. 1899; Brentwood, 
Oct. 1899-Dec. 1902; Hudson, Nov. 1902- Jan. 1907; Mechanic Falls, 
Me., Feb. 1907- July 1908; Canton, July 1908-10; s. Presb. ch., Lon- 
donderry, N. H., Nov. 1910- ?; Newton, June 1915-17; res. Amesbury, 
Mass., May 1917-May 1922; p. Bapt. ch., Hampton, N. H., May 1922- 
Aug. 1924; So. Lyndeboro and Wilton, Aug. 1924-28; res. London- 
derry; Amesbury, Mass., 5 yrs. ; Hudson, N. H. d. Hudson, Dec. 2, 
1940. 

*Henry Grattan Dockrell. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Dublin, Ire., Aug. 23, 1872. Miss. Trn. Sch., Boston, 1891-93; Mt. 
Hermon Sch., 1893-96; ord. Dudley St. ch., Boston, Oct. 11, 1898; 
asst. p. Allston, and p. Hill Mem. ch., 1907; Moncton, N. B., Feb. 
1907- June 1909; ev., July 1909-"?; p. Nottingham, Eng., 1912-?; 
Ossining, N. Y., 1922-?; Laconia, N. H.; Philadelphia, Pa.; ret. d. 
Boston, Nov. 1941. 

Harry Edward Hinkley. 1. (E.) 
b. Chicago, 111., Sept. 3, 1872. ord. North Palermo, Me., Nov. 11, 
1897; p. North Palermo, June 1897-98; Brewster, Mass., Jan. 1899- 
Aug. 1902; Southfield and Montville, Sept. 1902-Feb. 1903; Glendale 
ch., Everett, Mar. 1903-Aug. 1905; Weston, Sept. 1905-Dec. 1911; act. 
p. National City, Calif., 1912; p. New Bedford, Mass., Nov. 1912- 
Nov. 1916; Randolph, Vt., 1916-17; Ransomville, N. Y., Oct. 1917- 
Oct. 1920; sec. Y. M. C. A., England and France, May 1918-19; act. p. 
Henet, Calif., 1920-21; p. Lower Merion ch., Bryn Mawr, Pa., July 
1921-Dec. 1927; stud. E. B. S., 1925-27; Garden Grove, Calif., Feb. 
1928- Jan. 1932; Lancaster, Feb. 1932-Sept. 1935; Azusa, Oct. 1935- 
June 1941, p. emer. 1941 — ; author; ad. Apt. F6, Atherton Court, 700 
Irving St., Alhambra, Calif. B.D., Providence U. ; B.R.E., E. B. S., 
1926; M. R. E., ibid. 1928. 

*Charles Prentiss Kittredge. 2. 

b. Milo, Me., Dec. 8, 1867. Me. State C. 1893; C. U. 1894-95; s. chs., 
1897 ; ord. Lincoln Centre, Me., Aug. 30, 1898 ; p. Lincoln Centre, Jan. 
1898-May 1899; Manset and Tremont, July 1899-Nov. 1900; Turner, 
Jan. 1901-Nov. 1902; Jay, Feb. 1903- July 1904; Joined Adv. Christ. 



198 Students — 1898 

Conf., Me., Oct. 15, 1904; miss., Dresden, July 1904- July 1905; p. 
Bethel eh., Manchester, N. H., Dec. 1905-Sept. 1907; Vancouver, 
B. C, Sept. 1907-Mar. 1908; Snohomish and Trafton, Wash., Sept. 
1908-11. d. Richmond, Me., Dec. 26, 1911. 

*James Lawson. 1. 

b. Frewsburg, N. Y., July 21, 1868. Br. U. 1895. d. Fall River, 
Oct. 7, 1896. 

*Charles Satchell Morris. 3. 

s b. Louisville, Ky., Sept. 26, 1865. How. U. 1886-89; U. Mich. Law 
Sch. 1893 ; ord. West Newton, June 19, 1896 ; p. Myrtle Bapt. ch., West 
Newton, 1896-Dec. 1898; ind. miss, to Liberia, Africa, 1899-1900; p. 
Abyssinian ch., New York, N. Y., 1901-08; ev. work, 1908-Mar. 1911; 
p. Bank St. ch., Norfolk, Va., Mar. 1911-1916; prin. Boydton Acad- 
emy and Bib. Inst., 1919-23; field agt., Natl. Bapt. Foreign Miss. Bd., 
1924-?. d. Richmond, July 23, 1931. D.D., Ark. Bapt. C. 1901. 

^ Frank Atherton Pride 3 

b. Hartford, Conn., Dec* 22, 1870. Bost. U. 1895-97 (N. T. I. 1893- 
95; 1897-98) ; ord. Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Oct. 19, 1899; p. Han- 
over, N. H., Aug. 1899-1902; Dalton, Mass., 1902-04; Bolton, 1904- 
May 1907; Vassalboro, Me., June 1907-Dec. 1908. d. North Vassal- 
boro, Dec. 31, 1908. 

*Amasa Spaulding Putnam. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. West Sutton, Mass., Dec. 5, 1870. Br. U. 1895-96; ord. West Sut- 
ton, Sept. 27, 1898; p. Quidnick, R. I., Oct. 1920; regis, and bursar, 
Shaw U., Raleigh, N. C, Jan. 1921- June 1929; ret. d. Winston- 
Salem, July 17, 1941. 

Elmer Eugene Scates. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Georgetown, Mass., Feb. 19, 1876. P. A. A. 1894-96; ord. George- 
town, Nov. 7, 1897; p. Mt. Auburn Un. Miss., Cambridge, June 1897- 
June 1899; H. U. 1900-01; p. North Billerica, June 1899- Apr. 1904; 
Gardner, May 1904-May 1913; Un. Bapt. ch., Somersworth, N. H., 
Jan. 1914-May 1919; Enosburg Falls, Vt., June 1919- June 1922; 
Jewett City, Conn., July 1922- July 1939; Enosburg Falls, Vt., Aug. 
1939—; ad. Enosburg Falls, Vt. B.D., Temple U. 1917; M.A., Cent. 
U. 1921. 

*Aldrich Clinton Shaw. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Mt. Pleasant, N. B., Feb. 6, 1867. Hort. A. 1893-95; ord. East 
Point, P. E. I., Nov. 17, 1895; p. East Point, 1895-96; p. Annandale, 
P. E. I., and Dundas, sum. 1898-1900; St. Peter's Bay, author, 1898- 
1900; Tusket, Yarmouth Co., N. S., 1900-02. d. Tusket, June 20, 
1902. 

John Henry Trenberth. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Newcastle-on-the-Tyne, Eng., May 15, 1867. Wilbraham A. 1892- 
93; ord. Harrisville, R. I., Nov. 6, 1896; p. Harrisville, 1896-Jan. 
1900 ; Arbuckle and Grimes, Calif., Mar. 1900- June 1901 ; Usquepaugh 
and West Kingston, R. I., Dec. 1902-Dec. 1905; miss, colp., R. I., Jan. 
1906-Oct. 1909; p. Valley Falls, Oct. 1909-39; ret.; ad. 859 Hope St., 
Providence. 
*John Franklin Watts. 1. 

b. Portland, Me., Nov. 30, 1869. Br. U. 1895; R. T. S. 1896-98; ord. 
Sioux City, la., July 1, 1898; p. 1st ch., Sioux City, July 1898- July 
1905; 1st ch., Fairbury, Nebr., Sept. 1905-Apr. 1910; s. s. Lynn, Mass. 
and vicinity, Oct. 1910-May 1912; p. 1st ch., Northampton, May 
1912- Aug. 1924; 1st ch., Lawrence, Kans., Sept. 1924-Dec. 1931; 
Plymouth, Mass., Dec. 1934-Sept. 1938; ret. d. White Marsh, Md., 
Apr. 29, 1942. Ph.D., Oskaloosa C. 1915; D.D., Ott. U. 1931. 



Students — 1899 199 

1899 

WILLIAM BYRON BEZANSON. 3. Grad. 
b. English Corner, N. S., Nov. 28, 1867. Ac. U. 1892-94; miss. Raw- 
don, N. S., 1894-96; ord. South Yarmouth, Dec. 9, 1898; act. p. and p. 
South Yarmouth, 1897-May 1899; p. Mahone, N. S., June 1899-Oct. 
1904; North Brookfield, Nov. 1904- Oct. 1906; Springhill, Nov. 1906- 
Oct. 1909; Glace Bay, C. B., Nov. 1909-1912; Dorchester, N. B., 1912- 
14; Yarmouth, N. S., 1914-18; Dartmouth, 1918-24; Sydney Mines, 
1925-29; Glace Bay, N. B., 1929-35; Chester Basin, N. S., 1935-39; 
author; ad. Rockingham, N. S. B.D., Ac. U. 1933. 

*FREDERIC SAMUEL BOODY. 3. Grad. 

b. Newmarket, N. H., July 12, 1871. Berwick A. 1889 ; in bus., Dover, 
N. H., and Boston, Mass., 1889-94 (N. T. 1. 1894-Dec. 1896; 1898-99) ; 
ed. work, Golden Rule, 1897; ord. Blaney Mem. ch., Dorchester, Sept. 
6, 1898; p. Agawam, Sept. 1899-Aug. 1903; East Somerville, Sept. 
1903-1912; spec, stud., H. U. 1903; act. p. Un. ch., York Beach, Me., 
1913; p. Wakefield, Mass., June 1914- Jan. 1922; Franklin, N. H., Feb. 
1922-May 1924. d. Franklin, May 12, 1924. 

CHAMPLIN BURRAGE. 3. Grad. 
b. Portland, Me., Apr. 14, 1874. Br. U. 1896; Fellow in Ch., Hist., 
N. T. I. 1904-07; U. Berlin and U. Marburg, 1899-1901; research 
stud., 1902-11; U. Oxford, 1906-11; not ord.) author connected with 
Oxford for many years; lib. John Carter Brown Lib., Providence, 
R. I., 1915-17; ad. 5 Park Vale, Brookline, Mass. 

LEWIS HERBERT CLARKE. 3. Grad. 
b. Rich Valley, Minn., Oct. 24, 1863. U. Minn. 1892-94; LL.B., Kent 
C. of Law, Chicago, 1894; in law and bus., 1894-96; ord. Mechanic 
Falls, Me., June 16, 1899; p. Mechanic Falls, June 1899-Sept. 1902; 
Gardiner, Oct. 1902-Feb. 1911; Litchfield, Feb. 1911-June 1916; miss. 
Bapt. Miss. Conv., Me., June 1916-Mar. 1920; in bus.; ad. Gardiner, 
Me., R. F. D. 5A. 

JAMES BUTLER FOX. 3. Grad. 
b. Rochester, Mich., Apr., 30, 1867. Tea. 1887-92; Kal. C. 1896; ord. 
Rochester, Mich., June 24, 1897; p. Canton, Mass., Oct. 1898-Oct. 
1901 ; Manistique, Mich., Nov. 1901-Aug. 1908 ; Grand Ave. ch., San 
Diego, Calif., Sept. 1908-Sept. 1911 ; supt. Bapt. City Miss. Soc, Los 
Angeles, Oct. 1911—; ad. 1801 West 47th St., Los Angeles. 

CLIFTON DAGGETT GRAY. 3. B.D. 

b. Somerville, Mass., July 27, 1874. H. U. 1897; ord. West Somer- 
ville, June 28, 1899; U. Chic. D. S., 1899-1901; S. T. B., 1900; Ph.D., 
1901; p. Port Huron, Mich., Dec. 1901-Mar. 1905; Stoughton St. 
ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 1905-Oct. 1912; author; man. ed. and publ. 
The Standard, Chicago, Oct. 1912-Dec. 1919; man. ed. The Baptist, 
Jan.-Apr. 1920; pres. Bates C, May 1920—; ad. 256 College St., 
Lewiston, Me. LL.D., U. of Me. 1922; Chevalier, Legion of Honor 
(France), 1935; L.H.D., Colg. U. 1940. 

*GEORGE FRANCIS GREEN. 3. Grad. 

b. Fall River, Mass., Feb. 6, 1871. Br. U. 1898; ord. Lawrence, Apr. 
11, 1900 ; p. 1st ch., Lawrence, Apr. 1900-aut. 1906 ; health failed, d. 
Baptist Hospital, Roxbury, July 11, 1909. 

*CARL DORSEY HAZELTON. 2. Grad. 

b. Alexandria, O., Aug. 16, 1871. F. C. 1893; U. Chic. D. S. 1893- 
94 (N. T. I. 1894-95; 1898-99) ; ord. Decatur, Ind., Mar. 5, 1896; p. 
Decatur, Nov. 1895-Sept. 1896; Forestville, N. Y., Jan. 1897- Aug. 



200 Students — 1899 

1898; St. George, Me., June 1899-Mar. 1902; stud. Br. U. Mar.- June 
1902; p. Mt. Holly, Vt., July 1902- Apr. 1904; Vergennes, Apr. 1904- 
Apr. 1906; Milo, Me., Apr. 1906-May 1909; Oakland, May 1909-Aug. 
1915; Thompson, Conn., Sept. 1915- Apr. 1917; Hardwick, Vt., May 
1917- Apr. 1920; Dexter, Me., Apr. 1920-25; Freeport, 1926-35; Steep 
Falls, 1935-?; Paris, 193?-39. d. Portland, Aug. 6, 1939. 

HENRY FELTON HUSE. 3. Grad. 
b. Jamaica Plain, Mass., Sept. 25, 1869. Br. U. 1896; ord. Skowhe- 
gan, Me., June 29, 1899; p. 1st ch., Skowhegan, June 1899-Nov. 1906; 
Springvale, Dec. 1906-Nov. 1916; Un. Bapt. ch., Dover-Foxcroft, Me., 
Dec. 1916-Sept. 1927; North Haven, Nov. 1927-Sept. 1941; ret.; 
author since 1925, North Haven and Other Verses, 1930; Maine Places 
and People, 1933 ; Have Faith in God, 1935 ; ad. 115 Main St., Spring- 
vale, Me. 

ALFRED ELTON ISAAC. 3. Grad. 
6. Gilroy, Calif., July 29, 1870. Calif. C. 1890-91; in bus., 1891-96; 
asst. to for. sec. A. B. M. U., July 1899-Sept. 1902, accompanying 
him on tour of miss, fields, 1901-02; stud. Br. U., Sept. 1902-04; Ph.B., 
1904; ord. 1st ch., Providence, R. I., June 22, 1903; p. 10th Ave. ch., 
Columbus, O., June 1904-June 1913; Dorchester Temple, Boston, 
Mass., June 1913-Dec. 1918 ; organization sec. and assoc. dir. Victory 
Campaign Northern Bapt. Laymen, N. Y., Jan.-Sept. 1919; ch. Sec, 
Interchurch World Movement, Oct. 1919- July 1920; exec. sec. Bapt. 
Un. of Rochester and Monroe Co., Rochester, N. Y., Jan. 1921-Mar. 
1938; asst. p. Baptist Temple, Rochester, Sept. 1939- June 1942; ret.; 
ad. 99 Monteroy Rd., Rochester, N. Y. 

YORK ADAM KING. 3. Grad. 
b. Petitcodiac, N. B., Jan. 30, 1869. McM. U. 1894-96; ord. Cromp- 
ton, R. I., July 16, 1899; act. p. Crompton, Feb.-July 1899; p. Roger 
Williams ch., Providence, July 1899-Aug. 1908; Trinity ch., Arling- 
ton, Mass., Sept. 1908-Aug. 1912; 1st ch., Lawrence, Sept. 1912-Dec. 
1919; supt. ev., A, B. H. M. S., New England dist., Jan. 1920-Dec. 
1925; p. Austin ch., Chicago, 111., Jan. 1926-Dec. 1930; Cranston St. 
Roger Williams ch., Providence, R. I., Jan. 1931-Sept. 1940; author; 
ad. 134 Gray St., Arlington, Mass. B.D., N. T. I. 1908. 

SELDEN RUFUS McCURDY. 3. Grad. 
b. Maitland, Hants Co., N. S., Nov. 21, 1869. Ac. U. 1895 ; ord. Wash- 
ington St. ch., Lynn, May 3, 1899; p. Hudson, Sept. 1899-Dec. 1900; 
Marlboro, Jan. 1905-Sept. 1907; Cranston St. Roger Williams ch., 
Providence, R. L, Oct. 1915-Oct. 1920; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, 
Dec. 1900-Mar. 1904, Oct. 1907-Sept. 1915, Nov. 1920-25; p. Muske- 
gon, Mich., May 1925- July 1932; agt. and sec. R. I. Bible Soc, Jan. 
1933— B.D., N. T. I. 1915; D.D., Ac. U. 1920. 

*FRED WILLIAM PEAKES. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 30, 1868. C. U. 1896 ; ord. Ashland, Mass., Oct. 
3, 1899; p. Ashland, Sept. 1899-Sept. 1903; North Berwick, Me., Oct. 
1903-Sept. 1908; Glendale ch., Everett, Mass., Nov. 1908-May 1914; 
1st ch., Athol, May 1914-Feb. 1921 ; Lincoln Park ch., West Newton, 
Mar. 1921-25; Poultney, Vt., 1925-28. d. Poultney, Feb. 1928. 

*HENRY CHARLES SPEED. 3. Grad. 

b. Dover, Me., Nov. 22, 1867. Br. U. 1895-96; ord. Monson, Me., 
Sept. 13, 1899; p. Monson, Aug. 1899-May 1905; Crown Hill ch., 
Nashua, N. H., June 1905-Apr. 1910; Clinton, Mass., May 1910-July 
1917; 1st ch., Houlton, Me., July 1917- Aug. 1923; tea. Bib. Ricker 
Class, Inst., 1918-23; p. Middletown, Conn., Sept. 1923-30; Penacook, 
N. H., 1930. d. Penacook, Nov. 7, 1930. B.D., N. T. I. 1909. 



Students — 1899 201 

*WILBERT FREEMAN SPIDELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Lunenburg, N. S., May 31, 1866. Wo. C. 1892-96; ord. West 
Townsend, Feb. 4, 1899; p. West Townsend, Jan. 1899- July 1901 
Boston, Ont., Nov. 1901-Nov. 1904; Denfield, Nov. 1904-Nov. 1909 
Fernic, B. C, Nov. 1909-Sept. 1910; Delhi, Ont., Oct. 1910-Mar. 1915 
Midland, Oct. 1919-June 1923; Caledonia, Sept. 1923-33; ret. d. 
Port Hope, Ont., Jan. 5, 1934. 



Abraham Lincoln Boynton. 3. 
b. Peru, N. Y., May 3, 1865. Colg. U. 1894-96; ord. Johnson, Vt., 
Oct. 17, 1899; p. Johnson, 1899-July 1900; Richville, N. Y., Apr. 
1901-Mar. 1908; Andover, Apr. 1908-Mar. 1910; Madison, Apr. 1910- 
Nov. 1922 ; rel. work sec, Camp Lee, Dec. 1918-Mar. 1919 ; p. Nunda, 
N. Y., 1922-?; res. Palmyra, 1934—; ad. Palmyra, N. Y. 
*Carleton Ashburg Burgess. 2. (E.) Dipl. 

b. Walton, N. S., June 1, 1871. W. A. 1891-94; Br. U. 1895-97; ord. 
Cheshire, Oct. 17, 1900; p. Cheshire, Oct. 1900-Dec. 1903; Quidnessett, 
North Kingston, R. I., Jan. 1904- Apr. 1905; South ch., Providence, 
May 1905- Jan. 1912; Rockland, Mass., Jan. 1912-29. d. Brockton, 
May 7, 1929. 

Gasherie De Witt Dowling. 1. 
b. Woodside, now in Newark, N. J., Aug. 26, 1870. Br. U. 1896; 
P. E. D. S., Philadelphia, Pa., 1897-99; ord. Epis. dea., Mem. ch. of 
Advocate, Philadelphia, May 28, 1899; pt., ch. of the Incarnation, 
Philadelphia, June 10, 1900; asst. min. Calvary ch., Germantown, 
June-Sept. 1899 ; vicar, Epiphany chap., Philadelphia, Oct. 1899-Oct. 
1901; r. St. Luke's ch., Hot Springs, Ark., Nov. 1901- Jan. 1904; 
Trinity ch., Davenport, la., Feb. 1904-Dec. 1909 ; dean Cedar Rapids 
Deanerv, Dec. 1905-Dec. 1909; dean, Gethsemane Cath., Fargo, N. 
Dak., Dec. 1909-Oct. 1915; r. Christ ch., Pittsford, N. Y., Nov. 1915- 
Jan. 1918; St. John's ch., Wellesville, N. Y., Feb. 1918- Jan. 1920, St. 
John's ch., Warehouse Point, Conn., Feb. 1920-Oct. 1922; vicar Ch. 
of the Redeemer, South Boston, Mass., Nov. 1922 — ; assoc. ed. and ed. 
North Dakota Sheaf, Dec. 1909-Oct. 1915; ad. 928 East 4th St., South 
Boston. D.D., Temple U. 1910. 

Robert William Drawbridge. 1. 
b. Chelsea, Mass., Oct. 24, 1869. Br. U. 1896; ord. Union, N. H., Oct. 
5, 1897; p. Cong, ch., Union, 1897-1901; Medway, Mass., 1901-06; 
Pepperell, Dec. 1906-28. d. Pepperell, Oct. 6, 1928. 

John Hulsart. 0.5. 
b. Lower Squankum, N. J., Dec. 3, 1871. U. Chic. 1896, D.S. Oct. 
Dec. 1896 (N. T. I. Jan-June 1897) ; C. T. S. 1897-99; ord. Ardena, 
N. J., June 28, 1899; instr. theol. dept., Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., 
1899-1904; p. Cherry ville, N. J., Aug. 1904-Dec. 1907; in bus., Jan. 
1908 — ; ad. 64 Curtis Ave., Manasquan, N. J. 

Charles Wilfred Jackson. 1. 
b. Liverpool, N. S., Nov. 23, 1871. Ac. U. 1896; ord. Cavendish, 
P. E. I., Aug. 5, 1898; p. Cavendish, 1897-99; Montowese, Conn., 
Sept. 1899-June 1902; Y. U. D. S. 1899-1902; B.D. 1901; p. Bellows 
Falls, Vt., July 1902- June 1907; Brandon, Man., June 1907- July 
1909; assoc. gen. sec. Bapt. Un. of Western Can., July 1909-Mar. 
1911; assoc. ed. Western Outlook, July 1909-June 1911; bursar Bran- 
don, C, Aug. 1911-14; p. South Pasadena, Calif., Feb. 1914- Aug. 
1924; tea. high sch., Long Beach, Calif., Sept. 1924- June 1940; ad. 
4301 E. 14th St., Long Beach, Calif. 



802 Sttoents — 1899 

Donald Mc Arthur McLean. 1. (E.) 
b. Partick, Glasgow, Scot., Apr. 5, 1865. Ind. miss, to Telugus, Dec. 
1888- Apr. 1897. No further information. 

William Jones Marshall. 2. 
b. State Line, Ind., Sept. 2, 1861. N. Y. U. 1892-96; trav. sales.; res. 
Nashua, N. H., 1898-1901; supt. Boston Technical Inst., Newark, 
N. J., 1901-?; ad. 7 Benton Ave., Middletown, N. J. 

* Johnson Levi Miner. 1. 

6. Mt. Whatley, N. B., Mar. 4, 1868. Ac. U. 1895; ord. Arcadia, 
N. S., July 19, 1895; p. Arcadia, July- Aug. 1895; R. T. S. 1895-96; 
assoc. p. Amherst, N. S. 1896-97; p. Plymouth, Mass., spg. 1898-Dec. 
1901; Charlottetown, P. E. I., Jan. 1902-04; Flemington, N. J., Apr. 
1904-Oct. 1910; N. Y. U., post grad., 1910-11; p. Red Bank, N. J., 
Oct. 1911-Sept. 1917; Roxborough ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 1917- 
Dec. 1922. d. Philadelphia, Dec. 21, 1922. 

Harry Eugene Nickless. 2. 
b. New York, N. Y., May 11, 1875. Tu. C. 1895-96; Br. U. 1898- 
1901; not ord.; tea. Philips, Me., Vinal Haven, Monson, Mass., Wey- 
mouth, Brookfield, Wallingford, Conn., Meriden; ret. 1940 — ; ad. 193 
Highland Ave., Meriden, Conn. 

*Charles Willis Park. 1. 

b. Millburv, Mass.,' June 24, 1867. Br. U. 1893-96; R. T. S. 1897-99; 
ord. Fort Dodge, la., June 28, 1899; p. Fort Dodge, June 1899-Nov. 
1900; Millbury, Mass., Sept. 1901- Jan. 1906; East Aurora, N. Y., Jan. 
1906- Apr. 1907; Penfield, Nov. 1907-Nov. 1914; field sec. Monroe Co. 
Prohibition Committee, Oct. 1914- Jan. 1917; p. Walworth, Jan. 1917- 
Aug. 1920; Wilder, Ida., in 1920; Newberg, Ore., in 1925. d. Port- 
land, Nov. 7, 1929. 

*Winfield Scott Redden. 1.5. 

b. Windsor, N. S., Apr. 1, 1865. Ac. U. 1893-94; McM. U. 1894-95. 
d. Windsor, N. S., Sept. 21, 1898. 

Charles Carroll Richardson. 1. 

b. Skowhegan, Me., June 19, 1860. C. U. 1887; tea. Wayne, Me., 
1887-88; East Corinth, 1888-91; prin. Higgins Class Inst., Charles- 
ton, 1891-96; s. Brewster, Feb.-Sept. 1897; tea. Chatham, 1897-99; 
Valley Falls, R. I., 1899-1903; supt. schs., Valley Falls, 1903-10; 
Leicester, Mass., 1910-15; North Dana, 1915-18; West Brookfield, 
1918-23; North Adams, 1923; ret.; ad. 670 Clinton Ave., Bridgeport, 
Conn. 

Charles William Turner. 1. (E.) 
b. Chelsea, Mass., Jan. 26, 1871. Kal. C. 1891-92; McM. U. 1895- 
Jan. 1896; act. p. and p. Montague, P. E. I., 1898-Feb. 1900; ord. 
Montague, Mar. 15, 1899; p. Osterville, Mass., Mar. 1900-Mar. 1901; 
Quinsigamond ch., Worcester, Apr. 1901-Sept. 1902; West Medway, 
Oct. 1902- June 1904; Groton, July, 1904- July 1909; Brandon, Vt., 
Apr. 1910-Nov. 1913; Edgartown, Mass., Nov. 1913- Aug. 1914; North 
Bennington, Vt., Aug. 1914-May 1916; Rockville, Conn., May 1916- 
July 1918; sec. Y. M. C. A., Fort Trumbull, Conn., 1918; p. Warren, 
Me., Nov. 1918- June 1921; Bar Harbor, June 1921-Aug. 1923; supt. 
sea Coast Miss., Me., Aug. 1923- Jan. 1925; p. Manchester, Vt., Jan. 
1925-?; Newport; Antrim, N. H. ; Londonderry; ad. Londonderry. 

Otto Charles Weinstock. 2. (E.) Dipl. 
b. Echterdingen, near Stuttgart, Ger., May 24, 1873. Hohenheim A. 
1888; ord. Perkinsville, Vt., Aug. 13, 1899; p. Perkinsville, July 1899- 
Apr. 1906 ; health failed ; indust. chemist. No further information. 



Students — 1900 203 

Herbert Judson White. 1. 

b. Leominster, Mass., Aug. 27, 1864. M. U. 1886-87; ev. and miss, 
work, Racine, Wis., and Chicago, 111., 1887-90 ; ord. Joliet, 111., Dec. 5, 
1890; p. Joliet, 1890-Mar. 1895; Bethany ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 
1895-Nov. 1899; p. 1st ch., Beverly, Dec. 1899-Oct. 1905; 1st ch., 
Tacoma, Wash., Oct. 1905- June 1909 ; 1st ch., now Central ch., Hart- 
ford, Conn., June 1909-1926; 1st ch., White Plains, N. Y., 1926-29; 
North Frankford, Philadelphia, 1929-37; Torrington, Conn., 1941—; 
author; ad. 64 Barber St. Torrington, Conn. D.D., McMinnville C. 
1907. 

1900 

GEORGE FLETCHER BEECHER. 3. B.D. 

b. Essex, Vt., Mar. 11, 1875. U. V. M. 1896; s. Guilford, Vt., Apr. 
1895-May 1897; ord. North Middleboro, Mass., Aug. 25, 1897; p. 
North Middleboro, June 1897-May 1900 ; p. Chapel St. ch., Gloucester, 
June 1900-Aug. 1907; 1st ch., Woonsocket, R. I., Sept. 1907-Nov. 
1920; 1st ch., Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 1920—; ad. 42 Olive St., Law- 
rence, Mass. D.D., U. V. M. 1937. 

JACOB DAVID. 3. Grad. 
b. Seir Urmia, Persia, Dec. 17, 1873. Urmia C. 1893; C. T. S. 1893- 
94 (N. T. I. 1894-96; 1899-1900; B.D. 1901); Br. U. 1896-99; ord. 
Leominster, June 27, 1900; ind. miss. Persia, 1901-21; prin. Un. 
Boy's School, Urmia, 1902-18 ; prof. Mem. Sch. and headmaster Refu- 
gee Boys' Sch., Tabriz, 1919-21 ; natl. speaker, Near East Relief, 1921- 
28; field rep. Chicago Tract Society, 1929—; ad. 1436 Warner Ave., 
Chicago, 111. 

^FREDERICK LENT. B.D. 

See class of 1896. 

*MAURICE AMBROSE LEVY. 3. Grad. 

b. Townsend, Mass., Sept. 13, 1874. Wms. C. 1897; ord. West Town- 
send, Feb. 22, 1898; p. Hingham, Jan. 1898-May 1901; 1st ch., Med- 
ford, May 1901-Apr. 1907; Newton Centre, Apr. 1907-1914; Greene 
Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 1914-Mar. 1919; 1st ch., Pittsfield, 
Mass., Mar. 1919-32; Williamsport, Pa., 1932-39. d. Altoona, Pa., 
Nov. 30, 1939. 

CHARLES ERVIN LEWIS. 3. Grad. 
b. Yarmouth, N. S., May 10, 1869. Br. U. 1897; ord. 1st ch., Fall 
River, June 25, 1900; p. Brownell St. chap., Fall River, June 1900- 
Jan. 1906; Berean Temple ch., Dorchester, Feb. 1906-Apr. 1910; in 
bus., Apr. 1910-May 1915; p. 1st ch., Franklin, N. H., May 1915- 
June 1918; in bus., Boston, Mass., June 1918 — ; ad. 41 Kipling Rd., 
Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

BENJAMIN THOMSON LIVINGSTON. 3. Grad. 
b. Glasgow, Scot., Aug. 21, 1869. Br. U. 1897; ord. Osterville, Sept. 
1, 1898; p. Osterville, 1898-Oct. 1899; Jefferson St. ch., Providence, 
R. I., Nov. 1899- Apr. 1905; Un. ch., Providence, May 1905-Dec. 1912; 
Columbia St. ch., Jan. 1913-Dec. 1917; gen. sec. R. I. State Conv., 
Dec. 1917- Aug. 1922; gen. sec. Ev. Assoc, of New England, Sept. 
1922-27; sec. and supt. of ev. 1927-30; prof, ev., E. B. S., 1930-41; 
ad. Osterville, Mass. D.D., E. B. S. 1935. 

GEORGE EDWARD LOMBARD. 3. Grad. 
b. Kidder, Mo., July 27, 1870. ord. Millbury, July 13, 1898; p. Mill- 
bury, 1898-1902; Wickford, R. I., Oct. 1902-Sept. 1906; Fairmount 
ch., Newark, N. J., Oct. 1906-1914; North ch., Brockton, Mass., Sept. 



204 Students — 1900 

1914-Sept. 1918; indust. sec. Y. M. C. A., Lawrence, 1919-22; p. So. 
Cong, ch., Lawrence, Sept. 1922-36; s. s. Campton, 1937 — ; ad. Camp- 
ton, N. H. 

ALBERT WILLIAM LORIMER. 3. Grad. 
b. Beebe Plain, P. Q., May 2, 1871. C. U. 1896; ord. Arlington 
Heights, June 21, 1900; p. Arlington Heights, Apr. 1899-Apr. 1902; 
Presque Isle, Me., May 1902-May 1905; Franklin, June 1905-July 
1908; Eden, Aug. 1908-11; Hodgedon, July 1911- June 1913; miss., 
American S. S. Un., northern N. H., res. Whitefield, June 1913-20, 
eastern Me., June 1920-Sept. 1934; dist. supt., Sept. 1934-Mar. 1942; 
author since 1925, God Runs My Business, 1941; ad. 282 Lamartine 
St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

♦DAVID TRISTAN MAGILL. B.D. 

See class of 1897. 

♦CHARLES REMINGTON McNALLY. 3. Grad. 

b. Fredericton, N. B., Nov. 2, 1873. Ac. U. 1897; ord. Worthen St. 
ch., Lowell, June 1900- June 1903 ; 6th Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., June 
1903-Nov. 1907; trav., Nov. 1907-Nov. 1908; p. 1st ch., New London, 
Conn., Mar. 1909-Mar. 1919; gen. fin. sec. Laymen's Com., N. B. C, 
Jan.-Oct., 1919 ; in bus., 1919-1921 ; p. 1st ch., Winnipeg, Manit., Sept. 
1921-27; Germantown, Pa., 1927-34; author, d. Germantown, Aug. 
1, 1934. 

NEWTON ALEXANDER MERRITT. 3. Grad. 
b. Newark, N. J., July 26, 1875. Y. U. 1897; ord. Newark, N. J., 
Dec. 19, 1900; act. p. 1st ch., Meriden, Conn., Nov. 1900-Apr. 1901; 
p. Rahway, N. J., Nov. 1901-Nov. 1909 ; New Brunswick, Dec. 1909- 
May 1916; s. New York City, 1917-18; p. Im. ch., Newton, Mass., Nov. 
1918-Apr. 1936; field work supervisor, A. N. T. S., 1937—; ad. 4 Ber- 
keley Court, Wellesley Hills, Mass. D.D., Br. U. 1941. 

EUGENE SUMNER PHILBROOK. 3. Grad. 
b. North Bradford, Me., Feb. 19, 1871. C. U. 1894-97 (post grad. 
N. T. I. 1900-01) ; ord. Belfast, Me., Aug. 30, 1901; p. Belfast, Sept. 
1901-Nov. 1906; Sanford, Dec. 1906-Oct. 1915; Augusta, Nov. 1915- 
Apr. 1920; Randolph, Mass., May 1920—; ad. 528 North Main St., 
Randolph. B.D., N. T. I. 1924. 

♦CHARLES LAFAYETTE SNOW. 3. Grad. 

b. Smith's Cove, N. S., July 5, 1868. C. U. 1897; ord. Willington, 
Conn., June 14, 1900; p. Willington, June 1900-Dec. 1903; 3rd ch., 
Norwich, Feb. 1904-Nov. 1907; West Medway, Mass., Sept. 1908- July 
1911; Hopkinton, N. H., Nov. 1911-16; ev. N. H. Bapt. Conv., 1916—; 
supt. bldgs., Northfield S. d. Smith's Cove, Digby Co., N. S., Feb. 7, 
1935. 

♦SUMNER REDWAY VINTON. 3. Grad. 

b. Rangoon, Burma, Oct. 31, 1874. Colg. U. 1892-94; Br. U. 1894- 
96, grad. (N. T. I. 1896-98; 1899-1900); trav. sec. stud. vol. Move- 
ment, Sept. 1898-99; ord. 1st ch., Charlestown, June 20, 1900; miss. 
A. B. M. U. to the Karens, Rangoon, Burma, 1900-05, 1916-08; lect. 
Pagoda Land Lectures, 1909-?; fd. and ed. The Recorder and The 
Children's Friend, in Karen, d. Roselle, N. J., Nov. 27, 1935. B.D., 
N. T. I. 1906. 

JAMES JONES WALWORTH. 3. B.D. 
b. Newton, Mass., Jan. 22, 1874. Y. U. 1895; H. U. Law Sch. 1895- 
96; res. Free Ch. C, Glasgow, Scot., 1899-1900; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., June 12, 1902; p. Chesham, N. H., June 1902- July 1904; in 



Students — 1900 205 

bus., 1904-06; supt. Everett Foundry, 1907-1913; in bus., Branford, 
Conn., 1913 — ; author; ad. 120 Maple St., Branford, Conn. 

*WILLIAM BRADLEY WHITNEY. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 27, 1869. H. U. 1894; in bus., Boston, 1894- 
97; member com. coun. 1896; ord. Roxbury, Mar. 29, 1900; p. Bethany 
ch., Roxbury, Mar. 1900-Mar. 1903; Un. Sq. ch., Somerville, Sept. 
1903-Sept. 1913; act. p. 1st ch., Stoneham, 1912-14; chapl. Mass. State 
Prison, 1914-40 ; p. Hill Mem. ch., Allston, Oct. 1914- <? ; ed. The Mentor, 
1914-40. d. Dec. 11, 1940. 

NATHAN ROBINSON WOOD. 3. Grad. 
b. Wyocena, Wis., Aug. 13, 1874. H. U. 1894-96 (N. T. I. 1896-97; 
1898-1900) ; ord. West. Medford, Apr. 1901- Aug. 1911; instr. Theol, 
Gordon Sch., N. T. I., 1908—, dean, 1910-14; dean Gordon Bib. C, 
1914-19; pres. Gordon C. Theol. and Miss., 1919 — ; author, since 
1925, The Secret of the Universe, 1932; ad. 26 Academy St., Arling- 
ton, Mass. B.D., N. T. I. 1906; D.D., Wheaton C. 1927. Son of 
N. E. Wood, president 1899-1908. 

*JONAS HAMILTON WOODSUM. 3. Grad. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., Oct. 7, 1868. Boston High Sch. 1896; in bus. 
1886-95; Gordon Miss. Trn. Sch., Boston, 1895-96; asst. p. 2nd ch., 
Rochester, N. Y., 1896-97; ord. Hyannis, Apr. 16, 1901; p. Hyannis, 
Mar. 1901-Mar. 1908; Harvard St. ch., Boston, Mar. 1908-Mar. 1910; 
1st ch., Milton, Mar. 1911-Nov. 1918 ; sec. Y. M. C. A., overseas, Nov. 
1918-Aug. 1919; sec. Interch. World Movement, Boston, Mass., Oct. 
1919-Aug. 1920; p. 1st ch., Creston, la., Nov. 1920-Apr. 1928; Atchi- 
son, Kans., Apr. 1928-32. d. Mar. 29, 1932. B.D., N. T. I. 1910; 
S.T.M., 1914. 



Adoniram Judson Archibald. 2. 

b. Shelbourne, N. S., July 10, 1874. Ac. U. 1896; R. T. S. 1899- 
1900, B.D. 1915; ord. Shirley, Mass., Aug. 8, 1899; p. Glace Bay, 
N. S., 1900-02; Digby, Jan. 1903-May 1907, Dec. 1908-10; Saska- 
toon, Sask., May 1907-08; Charlotte St. ch., St. John, N. B., 1910- 
15; New Glasgow, N. S., 1915-1920; on Canadian Bapt. Survey, 1920- 
21; p. 1st ch., Nashua, N. H., 1921-28; ret.; ad. 437 Highland Ave., 
Winchester, Mass. D.D., Ac. U. 1923. 
Reuben Lincoln Davis. 1. 
b. Sewee Mills, Tenn., July 8, 1865. Grand View Norm. Inst. 1893- 
97; B. T. S. 1897-98 (N. T. I. 1898-99) ; U. T. S. 1900-01; O. T. S. 
1908-09; ord. Cong. min. Lisbon, N. Y., Oct. 23, 1907; p. Presb. ch., 
Louisville, Sept. 1902-Sept. 1905; Oct. 1906-Sept. 1908; Elk River 
Cong. ch. ; Presb. ch., Clark, Colo., July 1909-June 1911; far. and 
occ. s., Spring City, Tenn., 1912-24; ad. Spring City, R. F. D. 2. 

* Arthur Endicott Fuller. 1. 

b. Danvers, Mass., Apr. 10, 1870. Br. U. 1895-97 ; in bus., Danvers, 
1898-25; inv. 1925-34. d. Danvers, Nov. 14, 1934. 

*Frederic Clarence Richardson. 2. 

b. Goffstown Centre, now Grasmere, N. H., July 6, 1866. Br. U. 
1896-98; U. T. S. 1900-01; ord. Clinton, N. J., Nov. 27, 1901; p. Clin- 
ton, July 1901-Nov. 1906; Deadwood, S. Dak., Dec. 1906-Mar. 1909; 
Central City, Nebr., Apr. 1909-June 1910; Berwick, 111., July 1910- 
Feb. 1912; res. Toms River, N. J. d. Toms River, Oct. 26, 1913. 
Manford Wallace Schuh. 1. 
b. South Whitley, Ind., Feb. 2, 1875. F. C. 1896 ; U. Chic. D. S., Jan.- 
July 1897, Mar.- July 1898 (N. T. I. 1898-99) ; New C. Edinburgh, 



206 Students — 1900 

1901-02; ord. Greensburg, Ind., Aug. 14, 1900; act. p. Greensburg, 
Ind., Nov. 1899- Apr. 1901; p. Westboro, Mass., Nov. 1902-Sept. 1918; 
supt. Federation House, Camp Devens, May 1918-Jan. 1919 ; p. Mem. 
ch., Hartford, Conn., May 1920-Feb. 1927; Central eh., Southbridge, 
Mass., Apr. 1927-May 1937 ; ad. 514 Riverside Drive, Manatee, Fla. 

1901 

*OREN NELSON BEAN. 3. Grad. 

b. Brentwood, N. H., July 2, 1871. Br. U. 1898; ord. Brentwood, 
N. H., June 20, 1901; p. Jericho, Vt., and West Bolton, July 1901- 
Apr. 1904; East Hardwick, May 1904-May 1907; Meredith, N. H., 
June 1907- June 1912; Cavendish and Felchville, Vt., Dec. 1912-sum. 
1918; res. North Springfield, d. North Springfield, Vt., Oct. 13, 1918. 

GEORGE STEDMAN BENNETT. 3. Grad. 
b. Worcester, Mass., July 30, 1866. A. C. 1891; tea. Monclair Mil. 
A., N. J., 1891-92; deputy cl. U. S. District Ct., Boston, Mass., 1892- 
98; ord. Rockport, Me., July 10, 1901; p. Rockport, July 1901- Apr. 
1903; Detroit, Mich., May 1903-Sept. 1906; in bus., Boston, Mass., 
1907-08; prin. Gilmanton A., Gilmanton, N. H., 1908-09; instr. Wes- 
leyan A., Wilbraham, Mass., 1909-10 ; St. Lawrence U., Canton, N. Y., 
1910-11; 1st reader, 1st Ch. of Christ, Scientist, Cambridge, Mass., 
1912-15 ; in bus., Boston, Mass., 1915-17 ; war work in shipyards, Oct. 
1917-Sept. 1918; in bus., 1918—. Present ad. unknown. 

*FREDERIC WALLACE BLAKESLEE. 

b. Bristol, Conn., Sept. 11, 1870. Colg. U. 1896-98; ord. Tottenville, 
Staten Is., N. Y., Nov. 7, 1901; p. Tottenville, Sept. 1901-Sept. 1902; 
Methuen, Mass., Oct. 1902-Dec. 1904; Alexander Ave. ch., New York, 
N. Y., Jan. 1905-Sept. 1909; Bapt. Temple, Fall River, Mass., Oct. 
1909-Feb. 1918; Roslindale, Boston, Mar. 1918- Apr. 1924; health 
failed, d. Springfield, Mar. 29, 1928. 

WILLIAM HENRY THURSTON BOCK, see WILLIAM HENRY 
THURSTON. 

*THOMAS SETH BRUCE. 3. Grad. 

b. Danville, Vt., Dec. 11, 1872. Ba. C. 1898; ord. Ebenezer ch., 
Boston, Oct. 1901; prin. Shiloh Inst., Warrenton, N. C, 1902-10; 
Nansemond Indust. Inst., Suffolk, Va., Oct. 1910-Aug. 1913. d. 
Suffolk, Aug. 4, 1913. 

*HAZEN ALBERT CALHOUN. 3. Grad. 

b. Hopewell Cape, N. B., Sept. 2, 1867. Br. U. 1898; ord. Providence, 
R. I., Oct. 19, 1901; p. North Stonington, Conn., Oct. 1901-Aug. 1903; 
Conway, Mass., Aug. 1903-Apr. 1905; S., var. chs., June 1905-Feb. 
1906; p. Groton, Vt., Feb. 1906-Oct. 1907; Norridgewock, Me., Oct. 
1907-Oct. 1909; Stamford, Vt., Nov. 1909- July 1912; Hancock, Mass., 
Aug. 1912-14; Crown Hill ch., Nashua, N. H., Dec. 1914-17; Wood- 
stock, Conn., 1920-31 ; ret. d. Putnam, Feb. 18, 1940. 

*ARTHUR WORDSWORTH CLEAVES. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 20, 1876. C. U. 1898; ord. North Scituate, 
Mass., Sept. 25, 1901; p. North Scituate, June 1901-Mar. 1906; New- 
buryport, Apr. 1906- Jan. 1920; 1st ch., Providence, R. I., Sept. 1922- 
40; ed. writer on Newburyport Daily News, and Gloucester Daily 
Times, 1910-1920; on Lynn Evening News, 1912-1918; ed. The Bap- 
tist, Jan. 1920-June 1922. d. Providence, R. I., Oct. 12, 1940. D.D., 
Cy. C. 1920. 

JACOB DAVID. B.D. 

See class of 1900. 



Students — 1901 207 

MILTON ERNEST FISH. 3. B.D. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., July 18, 1874. H. U. 1898; ord. West Somer- 
ville, June 20, 1901; p. Vineyard Haven, July 1901- July 1903; Delta, 
Colo., Sept. 1903-May 1907; Mesa ch., Pueblo, June 1907- Apr. 1911; 
Cent, ch., Duluth, Minn., May 1911-May 1917; San Bernardino, Calif., 
June 1917-Nov. 1921; Huntingdon Park, Nov. 1921-Dee. 1923; act. 
p. 1st ch., San Jose, Dec. 1923-Apr. 1924; North Uxbridge, Mass., 
Sept. 1926-35; prof. N. T. lang. and lit., Nat. Bible Inst., 1935—; ad. 
340 West 55th St., Charlestown, Mass. S.T.M., Bost. U. 1926. 

OTIS WILLIAMS FOYE. 3. Grad. 
b. Brockton, Mass., July 1, 1875. C. U. 1898; ord. Thompson, Conn., 
Aug. 15, 1901; p. Thompson, July 1910-Mar. 1906; Torrington, Apr. 
1906-Nov. 1910; Winter Hill ch., Somerville, Mass., Dec. 1910-Oct. 
1919; Dorchester Temple ch., Boston, Oct. 1919-Sept. 1941; prof. ch. 
hist., Gordon Bib. C, 1914-18; ret.; ad. 71 Brent St., Boston, Mass. 
D.D., Cy. C. 1923. 

*JOHN ABERDIEN HARDING. 4. Grad. 

b. Liverpool, N. S., Dec. 9, 1867. Hebron A. 1893-95; ord. Norway, 
Me., Apr. 15, 1896; p. Norway, 1896-97; p. North Easton, Dec. 1898- 
June 1899; asst. p. 1st ch., Charlestown, Sept. 1901- June 1902; p. 
Warner, N. H., June 1902-Feb. 1904; Brewer, Me., Mar. 1904- Jan. 
1908; Franklin, Mass., Feb. 1908- July 1912; Tiverton, R. I., Aug. 
1912- June 1914; Madison, Me., July 1914- Aug. 1916; Franklin, Mass., 
Sept. 1916-Dec. 1918; Lonsdale, R. I., Jan. 1919- June 1921; Pascoag, 
R. I., July 1921- Jan. 1923; Avon, Mass., Feb. 1923-?; Norway, Me., 
1928. d. Sept. 1929. 

*ELIJAH EDGAR HARRIS. 2. Grad. 

b. Presque Isle, Me., Nov. 28, 1869. B. T. S. 1891-92 (N. T. I. 1892- 
93; 1899-1901) ; ord. Savoy, Mass., Aug. 10, 1893; p. Savoy, 1893-94; 
Hinsdale, May 1894-May 1895; Ispwich, May 1895-96; West Med- 
way, 1896-Sept. 1897; act. p. Sheldonville, July 1898-Apr. 1900; p. 
Still River, Apr. 1900-Dec. 1904; Enfield, Me., Jan. 1905- Jan. 1906; 
Northeast Harbor, Feb. 1906-Aug. 1907; Buxton Centre, Sept. 1907- 
Sept. 1911; prof. Leland U., New Orleans, La., Sept. 1911-?; p. 
Corinth, Me., in 1914 ; La Grange in 1923 ; Cranston, R. I. d. May 2, 
1939. B.D., N. T. I. 1923. 

EVERETT CARLETON HERRICK. 3. Grad. 
b. Livermore, Me., June 13, 1876. C. U. 1898; ord. Charlestown, 
June 13, 1901; p. 1st ch., Charlestown, June 1901-1914; H. U. D. S., 
1901-03; 1st ch., Fall River, June 1914-26; pres. N. T. I., Sept. 
1926—; pres. A. N. T. S., 1931—; ad. 196 Institution Ave., Newton 
Centre, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 1919, Br. U. 1927, D. C. 1932; LL.D., 
U. Me. 1929; L.H.D., Bost. U. 1929. 

*DANIEL WEBSTER HILL. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Gunshill, Va., Feb. 22, 1865. Va. Norm. & Coll. Inst., Petersburg, 
Va., 1898; Y. D. S. Sept.-Dec. 1898; U. T. S. 1902; ord. Bridgeport, 
Conn., June 15, 1901 ; miss, and field sec, N. Y. Colored State Conv., 
Dec. 1902- July 1903 ; fin. agt. Howard Colored Orphans Asylum, July 
1903-Oct. 1904; p. Shiloh ch., Jamaica, N. Y., Dec. 1904-Nov. 1905; 
fd. and p. Mt. Lebanon ch., Brooklyn, Feb. 1906-May 1910; pres. 
Clifton Forge Norm, and Indust. Inst., and p. Smith Chap., Hot 
Springs, Va., May 1910-1920; res. Clifton Forge, Va. d. Middle- 
boro, Mass., Apr. 21, 1920. 

^STEPHEN SANBORN HUSE. 3. Grad. 

b. Amesbury, Mass., Dec. 29, 1872. Colg. U. 1898; Colg. T. S. 1898- 
99; ord. Bellingham, June 19, 1901; miss. A. B. M. U., Bacolod, P. I., 



208 Students — 1901 

Aug. 1901-Mar. 03; act. p. Bellingham, June-Dec. 1903; miss. San 
Luis Potosi, Mex., Jan. 1904-Oct. 1907; Meriden, N. H., Apr. 1908- 
June 1910; Crown Hill ch., Nashua, July 1910- June 1914; North 
Sutton, Sept. 1914-Nov. 1917; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Ponce Dist., Porto 
Rico, Nov. 1917-31. d. Sutton, N. H., June 11, 1931. B.D., N. T. I. 
1921; S.T.M., 1924. 

ALMON J HUTCHINS. 3. Grad. 
b. Paw Paw, Mich., Feb. 12, 1870. Kal. C. 1896; ord. Clinton, Mich., 
Oct. 7, 1896; p. Clinton and Manchester, May 1896-Aug. 1898; p. 
Holliston, Jan. 1899-Nov. 1902; Calumet, Mich., Nov. 1902-Oct. 1903; 
Ypsilanti, Oct. 1903-Oct. 1909; Mansfield, Mass., Oct. 1909-Oct. 1916; 
North Attleboro, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1920; Stratford St. ch., Boston, July 
1922-29; Concord, N. H., 1929-32; ret.; ad. 8 Irvington St., Boston, 
Mass. 

THOMAS NEIL JOHNSON. 3. Grad. 
b. Independence, Mo., July 11, 1871. W. F. C. 1898; S. S. miss., 
Raleigh, N. C, 1901-03; prof. Bib. and Phil., Bapt. Fern. U.. new 
Meredith C, Raleigh, N. C, 1903-06; Ouachita C, Ark., 1906-09; 
fellow in Rel. Educ, U. Chic. 1909-12; prof. Bib. and Phil., Baylor U. 
1912; stud. U. Chic. 1914-16; prin. Am. Sch., Tokyo, Japan, 1915-17; 
prof. S. B. C. 1917 — ; author. Present ad. unknown. 

*RICHARD KEMP. 2.5. Grad. 

b. Dalton-in-Furness, Eng., Sept. 19, 1868. Theol. C. Dunoon, Scot., 
May-Dec. 1894; C. T. S. 1895-96; ord. North Stonington, Conn., Jan. 

22, 1897; p. North Stonington, 1896-Sept. 1898; U. T. S. Sept.-Dec. 
1898; p. Halifax, N. S., 1901-02; stud. Dalhousie U. 1901-02; p. West- 
port, 1902-06; Hebron, 1906-07; ord. pt. Epis. ch., May 24, 1909; r. 
St. Mathew's ch., Enid, Okla., 1908-Feb. 1910; Trinity ch., Connells- 
ville, Pa., Mar. 1910-12; Zion ch., Windsor, N. Y., Feb. 1912-?; St. 
Thomas ch., Edinburgh, Scot., 1913-16 ; St. Oswald's ch., Leeds, Eng., 
1916-18; St. James ch., Eaton, N. J., 1919-26; Honeybrooke, Pa., 
1926-28; Calvary ch., Glen Riddle, 1928-38. d. Nov. 5, 1942. 

♦FREDERICK HENRY KEYSER. 3. Grad. 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Jan. 29, 1874 H. U. 1895-98; ord. Fayville, 
Dec. 5, 1900; p. North Oxford, Oct. 1901-02. d. North Oxford, Apr. 

23, 1902. 

*WARREN HASTINGS McLEOD. 3. Grad. 

b. North Station, N. B., July 10, 1874. Ac. U. 1895; ord. West 
Brook, N. S., Dec. 16, 1895; p. Cumberland Co., Nov. 1895- July 1897; 
asst. p. Amherst, Aug. 1897- July 1898; p. Hutchinson, Kans., Aug. 
1901-04; Elkhorn, Wis., 1905-06; Woodstock, Ont., 1906-09; Prince 
Rupert, B. C, 1909-?; in bus., 1924-40; res. Oakland, Calif, d. Oak- 
land, May 1940. 

♦ARCHIBALD MASON. 3. Grad. 

b. Tancook, N. S., May 26, 1864. Ac. U. 1894; far. and pr. 1894-98; 
ord. Crompton, R. I., Dec. 3, 1901; p. Crompton, Dec. 1901-03; Am- 
herst, N. H., Feb. 1904-Nov. 1908; South Hampton, Dec. 1908-10; 
Passumpsic, Vt., Aug. 1910-?; Hartland, N. B. ; in bus., Toronto, 
Ont. d. Dec. 1935. 

LESTER BENJAMIN MATHEWSON. 3. Grad. 
b. Johnston, R. I., Sept. 24, 1873. Br. U. 1898; ord. Hamet, River- 
side Co., Calif., Mar. 23, 1904; p. Hemet, Mar. 1903-Nov. 1904; 
Goleta, Santa Barbara Co., Nov. 1904-Nov. 1905; Otay, San Diego 
Co., Nov. 1905-Oct. 1910; Yuma, Ariz., Oct. 1910-Oct. 1912; Miami, 
Oct. 1912- Apr. 1918; in bus., May 1918-May 1922; p. Hayden and 



Students — 1902 209 

Winkelman, Ariz., Jan. 1922- July 1928; instr. in the illustration, 
N. T. Gr. and Heb., Binghamton, N. Y., Sept. 1928-33; instr. in the 
illustration and N. T. Gr., Providence Bib. Inst., Sept. 1933 — ; author, 
The Illustration in Sermon; address, Conversation and Teaching, 
1937; ad. 100 State St., Providence, R. I. 

*WILLIAM HENRY THURSTON, formerly WILLIAM HENRY 
THURSTON BOCK. 3. Grad. 
b. Brookline, Mass., Oct. 23, 1868. Hebron A. 1898; ord. Brooklin, 
Me., Sept. 20, 1901; p. Brooklin, Aug. 1901-Aug. 1903; Laconia, 
N. H., Sept. 1903- Aug. 1905; Kennebunkport, Me., Sept. 1905-Feb. 
1910; Hebron and Instr. Bible Lit., Hebron A., Feb. 1910-Oct. 1911; 
Franklin, Mass., Oct. 1911-16; Cong, ch., Deerfield, N. H., 1916-18; 
South Cong, ch., Amherst, Mass., 1918-21; ret. d. Foxboro, Mass., 
Nov. 22, 1936. 

^MELBOURNE BURPEE WHITMAN. 3. Grad. 

b. New Albany, S. C, Nov. 5, 1865. Ac. U. 1894; s. Prince William, 
N. B., and Kingclear, Nov., 1894-Oct. 1895; Alma, Mar. 1896-Feb. 
1898; ord. Alma, Jan. 13, 1897; s. Chelsea, N. S., June- Aug., 1898; 
p. Chester Basin, N. S., July 1901- July 1904; 2nd and 3rd chs., Digby 
Neck, July 1904- July 1906; Pleasant Valley, Forest Glen and Carle- 
ton, July 1906-July 1909; 1st and 2nd chs., Sable River, Lois Head, 
and Rockland, Aug. 1909-Dec. 1914; Calendia-Kempt, Dec. 1914-Feb. 
1918; Pugwash-Wallace River, Feb. 1918-Dec. 1921; Margaretsville, 
Dec. 1921-Oct. 1925; Annapolis Royal, Oct. 1929- Apr. 1932; New 
Canada, Apr. 1932- Aug. 1934; ret. d. Chester Basin, Dec. 2, 1940. 

*FREDERICK McKEE WHITE. B.D. 

See class of 1897. 



Isaac Allen Corbett. 2. 

b. Five Islands, N. S., Nov. 7, 1867. Ac. U. 1898; U. Chic. D. S. 
1900-02; ord. Canning, N. S., June 8, 1902; Bear River, N. S., May 
1902-Dec. 1904; Woodstock, N. B., Jan. 1905-May 1906; Bear River, 
N. S., June 1906-Apr. 1911; Hillsboro, N. B., Apr. 1911-Apr. 1914; 
Sydney, N. S., Apr. 1914- Aug. 1916; Paradise, Oct. 1916-Apr. 1920; 
Canso, Apr. 1920-Apr. 1923; Fredericton, N. B., Apr. 1923-27; New 
Glasgow, N, S., 1927-32; Annapolis Royal, 1932-37; Pokiok, 1937- 
41; ret.; ad. Laurencetown, N. S. 

Henry Howard Pratt. 2. 
b. Essex, Conn., Oct. 15, 1874. C. U. 1898. Hart. T. S. 1900-01; 
not ord.', tea., Sumeld A., 1901-02; prin. high sch., Wilton, N. H., 
1902-05; Berwick, Me., Sept. 1905-Dec. 1906; Littleton, Mass., Jan. 
1906-08; supt. schs., Hinsdale, N. H., 1908-12; North Brookfield, 
Mass., 1912-15; Newburyport, 1915-18; Auburn, 1918-?; Enfield, 
N. H. ; ad. 12 Colson St., North Billerica, Mass. 

Edwin Oscar Wilson. 1. 
b. St. Johnsville, N. Y., Dec. 9, 1870. U. R. 1895-98; ord. Em. ch., 
Newark, N. J., Sept. 13, 1899 ; p. Em. ch., Newark, July 1899- July 
1921; 1st ch., Dover, Sept. 1921-Nov. 1937; ad. 1221 Broadway, Ocean 
Grove, N. J. 

1902 

*WILLIAM HENRY ALLISON. B.D. 

See class of 1896. 

ARTHUR CRAWLEY ARCHIBALD. 3. Grad. 
b. Osborne, N. S., Aug. 15, 1878. Ac. U. 1897 (N. T. 1. 1897-99, 1901- 
02) ; ord. Hutchinson, Kans., Feb. 28, 1902; p. Hutchinson, Aug. 



210 Students — 1902 

1899- Aug. 1901; N. T. I. post grad., Sept. 1903- Jan. 1904; p. Woon- 
socket, R. I., Jan. 1904-Feb. 1907; 1st ch., Brockton, Mass., Feb. 
1907-Oct. 1914; 1st ch., St. Joseph, Mo., Oct. 1914- Jan. 1915; 1st ch., 
Lowell, Mass., Jan. 1915-Oct. 1920; Brookline, Oct. 1920-Apr. 1921; 
1st ch., Youngstown, O., May 1923-28; ed. Automobilist Magazine, 
April 1921-May 1923; p. 1st ch., Columbus, 1928-35; 1st ch., Cal- 
gary, Alb., 1935 — ; author; ad. 513 13th Ave. West, Calgary, Alberta. 

*NORMAN NORTH BISHOP. B.D. 

See class of 1897. 

WILLIAM ERNEST BRAISTED. 3. Grad. 
b. Howard, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1871. Cook A. 1897; ord. East Pem- 
broke, N. Y., Sept. 1, 1898; p. East Pembroke, Sept. 1898-Aug. 1899; 
Antrim, N. H., June 1902-Sept. 1907; Barre, Vt., Sept. 1907-Dec. 
1911; Oneida, N. Y., Dec. 1911-Apr. 1918; Red Bank, N. J., Apr. 
1918-Oct. 1928; Wayne, Nebr., Jan. 1929-Feb. 1934; Holdrege, Feb. 
1934- June 1941; act. p. Fairbury, June 1941—; ad. Box 384, Fair- 
bury, Nebr. B.D., N. T. I. 1910; S.T.M., 1912; D.D., Oskaloosa C. 
1921. 

WILLIAM BRYANT CHASE. 3. Grad. 
b. Rockland, Me., Oct. 26, 1875. Cy. C. 1889 ; ord. Patten, Me., July 
15, 1902; p. Patten, 1902-03; Washburn, June 1903-May 1908, and 
Perham, June 1903-May 1906; Co. sec, Morris Co., N. J., Y. M. C. A., 
July 1908-Mar. 1910; p. Nanuet, N. Y., May 1910-Mar. 1913; act. p., 
Cong, and Bapt. chs., Thompson, Conn., May 1917- Apr. 1919; Bapt. 
ch., Ludlow, Vt., May 1919-Sept. 1923; Houlton, Me., Sept. 1923-36; 
Mechanic Falls, 1938—; ad. 22 Oak St., Mechanic Falls, Me. 

HARRY GILBERT CHESLEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Brighton, Mass., Aug. 17, 1873. H. U. 1899. not ord.) in bus., 
1902 — ; ad. East Sumner, Me. 

ARCHIBALD ALEXANDER FORSHEE. 3. Grad. 
b. Superior Township, Mich., July 13, 1871. U. Mich. 1898; ord. 
Rochester, June 25, 1895; p. Rochester, June 1895-Nov. 1897; 
Durand, Dec. 1897-1899; p. Hingham, Mass., June 1901-Sept. 1902; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Bacolod, Negros Occidental, P. I., Sept. 1902-Apr. 
1907; p. Elmhurst, N. Y., May 1907-May 1908; Miss. A. B. M. U., 
Bacolod, P. I., June 1908-Mar. 1912; p. Berean Temple ch., Dorches- 
ter, Mass., Feb. 1912- Jan. 1916 ; Alexander Ave. ch., New York City, 
Jan. 1916- July 1918; conv. sec, Natl. Committee, No. Bapt. Laymen, 
July 1918- July 1919; field sec, Gen. Bd. of Promotion, July 1919- 
Sept. 1921; p. Second Ave. ch., New York City, Sept. 1921-Sept. 
1924; exec, sec, Boston Bapt. Bethel City Miss. Soc, Sept. 1924- 
Sept. 1936; act. p. Dorchester Temple ch., Dorchester, Oct. 1940-41; 
act. p. Milton, Sept. 1941-Jan. 1942; ad. 23 Allston St., Dorchester. 

SEBRA CROOKER FREEMAN. 3. Grad. 
b. Brookfield, N. S., May 2, 1872. Ac. U. 1898; ord. North Brook- 
field, N. S., Sept. 10, 1902; miss. C. B. M. S., India, Dec. 1902—; ad. 
Parlakimedi, Ganjam Dist., India. 

*GUSTAV ARVID GORDH. 2. Grad. 

b. Gothenburg, Sweden, Nov. 15, 1872. Betelseminariet, Stockholm, 
1898; ord. Orebro, Apr. 11, 1898; p. Orebro, Apr. 1898-Aug. 1899; 
S. B. T. S. 1899-1900; S. B. T. S., post-grad. 1902-03; Th.D. 1903; 
ed. The Banner, Swedish denom. paper, Minneapolis, Minn., 1903-05 ; 
prin. Bethel A., St. Paul, 1905-12; p. Swedish City, Apr. 1914- Apr. 
1922; dean Bethel Theo. Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., 1922-25; prof. 
N. T., 1925-40. d. St. Paul, Jan. 4, 1940. 



Students — 1902 211 

*MOSES ALLAN GRAYBIEL. 3. Grad. 

b. Dumfries, Ont., Apr. 20, 1868. Kal. C. 1898; ord. Port Huron, 
Mich., June 28, 1898; p. Coldwater, July 1902- Apr. 1907; Bay City, 
Apr. 1907-Sept. 1912; Washington, Pa., Sept. 1912- July 1916. d. 
Washington, Pa., July 30, 1916. 

HAROLD LIBBY HANSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Peabody, Mass., Nov. 10, 1876. Cy. C. 1898 ; ord. Kennebunk, Me., 
June 18, 1902; p. Kennebunk Village, July 1902-May 1907; Rumford, 
June 1907-Nov. 1914; Charlestown, Mass., Dec. 1914-Oct. 1927; 
Claremont, N. H., Oct. 1927 — ; ad. 24 Severance St., Claremont. 

IRAD BENJAMIN HARDY. 3. Grad. 
b. Allendale, N. S., June 27, 1868. Ac. U. 1899; ord. Canton, Sept. 
17, 1902; p. Canton, Sept. 1902- Jan. 1906; East Milton, Feb. 1906- 
Feb. 1911; Chapel St. ch., Gloucester, Feb. 1911-1916; Sanford, Me., 
Feb. 1916-26; Waltham, Mass., 1926-34; ret.; occ. s.; ad. 30 Bacon St., 
Waltham. 

*DAVID WINSLOW LOVETT. 3. Grad. 

b. Pomfret, Vt., May 19, 1871. Colg. A. 1892-93, 1896-97; ord. New 
Boston, N. H., June 25, 1902; p. New Boston, Jan. 1902-Nov. 1905; 
West Acton, Mass., Nov. 1905-Oct. 1911; Orange, Oct. 1911-Mar. 
1918; Wallingford, Conn., Mar. 1918-26; Willimantic, 1926-34; 
Bernardston, Mass., 1937-41. d. Bernardston, May 10, 1941. 

*GEORGE WILLIAM McCOMBE. 3. Grad. 

b. Glasgow, Scot., May 13, 1874. Cy. C. 1897-99; ord. Arlington 
Heights, Mass., Sept. 30, 1902; p. Arlington Heights, Sept. 1902- Aug. 
1907; Hallowell, Me., Dec. 1907-Dec. 1908; post-grad. N. T. I. 1908- 
09; Stevenville, Mont., Jan. 1909-June 1910; Payette, Idaho, July 
1910- July 1911; Caldwell, Aug. 1911- Jan. 1913; Idaho Falls, Feb. 
1913- Aug. 1914; Belleville, N. J., Sept. 1914-Sept. 1918; South 
Amboy, Sept. 1918- ?; ed. South Amboy Citizen, 1923. d. Belle- 
ville (f),Nov. 21,1930. 

*WILLIAM HAROLD MILLARD. 3. B.D. 

b. Waltham, Mass., Jan. 18, 1877. H. U. 1899; ord. Old Cambridge 
ch., Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 11, 1902; miss. A. B. M. U., Hangchow, 
China, 1902-08; prof. N. T. and Theol., Shanghai Bapt. T. S., 1908- 
09. d. Shanghai, Mar. 8, 1909. 

*HERMON SPENCER PINKHAM. 3. Grad. 

b. Arlington Heights, Mass., Dec. 24, 1875. H. U. 1900 ; ord. Water- 
town, June 24, 1902; p. South Paris, Me., Aug. 1902-Feb. 1904; 
Winter Hill ch., Somerville, Mass., Feb. 1904-Sept. 1910; Im. ch., 
Washington, D. C, Sept. 1910-Nov. 1913 ; 1st ch., Lowell, Mass., Nov. 
1913-July 1914. d. Lowell, July 6, 1914. 

JOSEPH CHANDLER ROBBINS. 3. Grad. 
b. Rawdon, N. S., Mar. 20, 1874. Br. U. 1897; Co. E, 1st N. H. Vols., 
Spanish American War, 1898; ord. Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., 
Sept. 11, 1902; miss. A. B. M. U., Jaro, P. I., 1902-03; Capiz, 1903- 
09; trav. sec. stud. vol. movement for For. Miss., 1910-12; joint dist. 
sec. A. B. F. M. S., A. B. H. M. S., A. B. Publication Soc, New Eng- 
land, 1912-14; candidate sec, stud. vol. movement, 1914-16; foreign 
sec, A. B. F. M. S., 1916-41; author since 1925, Boardman of Burma, 
1940; dir. of evangelism and church relations, A. N. T. S., 1941 — ; 
pres. N. B. C, 1942—; ad. 2 Bradford Ct., Newton Centre, Mass. 
D.D., Br. U. 1919, F. C. 1919, Ac U. 1931. 



212 Students — 1902 

*ERICK SJOSTRAND. 3. Grad. 

b. Leksand, Sweden, Jan. 22, 1869. Betelseminareiet, Stockholm, 
1897; ord. Lowell, Mass., Mar. 19, 1903; p. Swedish ch., Lowell, 1903- 
04; ed. Barter et, Minneapolis, Minn., 1904-07; Barneus Tidning, Chi- 
cago, 1907-09; S. S. and y. p. director, Sweden, 1909-11; ed. Svenska 
Standaret, Chicago, 1911-17; p. Bethel Swedish ch., Chicago, 1920- 
11; Gardner, Mass., Jan. 1922- Aug. 1924; ed. Swedish Tribune-News, 
Chicago, 1924- ? ; author, d. 1942. 

*EDMUND DAVID WEBBER. 3. B.D. 

b. Sackville, N. S., Sept. 30, 1860. Ac. C. 1881; reporter, Halifax 
Herald, 1882-83; tea. Hort. A., 1885-86; ed. Pictou News, 1888-?; 
writer for Engelhardt Illustrated Series on American Cities, 1891-97; 
ord. Wollaston, June 18, 1902; p. Wollaston, June 1902-Oct. 1908; 
Wolfville, N. S., Nov. 1908-Oct. 1913; 1st ch., Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 
1913-Nov. 1923; Calvary ch., Seabreeze, Fla., Dec. 1923-?. d. Apr. 
6, 1932. D.D., Ac. U. 1914. 

CLARENCE LEROY WHITMAN. 

b. Meriden, Minn., Oct. 11, 1868. U. Minn. 1894; ord. Owatonna, 
Minn., Oct. 1, 1902; s. Faribault, Sept.-Dec. 1902; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Ikoko, Africa, May 1903-Apr. 1905; p. Gayhead, Mass., Sept. 1905- 
June 1910; miss. Sudan Un. Miss., Africa, July 1910 — ; ad. Soudan 
Interior Mission, Room 227, 73 Adelaide St., W., Toronto, Canada. 



Harry Sanford Brown. 0.5. 
b. Winn, Me., Jan. 8, 1872. Cy. C. 1899; not ord.', in bus., 1900- 
ad. 23 Burleigh St., Waterville, Me. 



1903 

*WILLIAM EDWARD BAKER. 3. Grad. 

b. South Amboy, N. J., Apr. 14, 1870. Br. U. 1899, post-grad. 1900- 
01 (N. T. I. 1899-1900; 1901-03) ; ord. South Amboy, N. J., June 23, 
1903; p. Eden, Me., June-Nov. 1903; Olivet ch., Trenton, N. J., Dec. 
1903-Mar. 1905; Readsboro, Vt., Apr. 1905-Dec. 1907; Cavendish, 
Jan. 1908-Oct. 1912; Enosburg Falls, Nov. 1912-Oct. 1914; Suncook, 
N. H., Oct. 1914-Nov. 1916; s. Daytona Beach, Fla., winter 1916-17; 
p. Rumney, N. H., Nov. 1917-May 1921; Plainsfield, June 1921-Sept. 
1923; fed. ch., Green ville, Oct. 1923-29. d. State College, Pa., Mar. 
8, 1930. 

FRANCIS LE GRAND CHURCH. 2.5. Grad. 
b. Holly, Mich., Nov. 25, 1875. U. Mich. 1900; ord. Birmingham, 
Mich., Jan. 6, 1898; p. Birmingham, Jan. 1898-Apr. 1899; Byron, 
Apr. 1899-Dec. 1900; p. Washington Park chap., Everett, Jan. 1901- 
Feb. 1903; Adams Sq. ch., Worcester, Mar. 1903- July 1905; Lambert- 
ville, N. J., Aug. 1905- Jan. 1907; Owosso, Mich., Jan. 1907-July 1908; 
Flint, July 1908-Oct. 1910; Michigan Ave. ch., Saginaw, Nov. 1910-?; 
New Brighton, Pa., in 1916; oversea Y. M. C. A. serv. in 1918; res. 
Chicago, 111., Holly, Mich. ; ad. 502 Saginaw St., Holly, Mich. B.D., 
N. T. I. 1904. 

♦WILLIAM HENRY DYAS. 3. Grad. 

b. Parrsboro, N. S., Jan. 26, 1871. Ac. U. 1900 ; ord. Waltham, Mass., 
June 25, 1903; p. Beth Eden ch., Waltham, June 1903-Mar. 1913; 
Perkins St. ch., now Grace ch., Somerville, Mar. 1913-35. d. Boston, 
Oct. 10, 1935. D.D., Ac. U. 1933. 



Students — 1903 213 

JAMES BRUCE GILMAN. 3. B.D. 
&. Lowell, Mass., Jan. 23, 1878. Br. U. 1900; ord. Pittsfield, Mass., 
Oct. 1, 1903; p. Morningside ch., Pittsfield, Sept, 1903-Mar. 1909; 1st 
ch., Nashua, N. H., Apr. 1909-Apr. 1921; 1st ch., New Brunswick, 
N. J., Apr. 1921—; ad. 255 Handy St., New Brunswick. S.T.M., 
New Brunswick Theo. Sem. 1929; Th.D., Bib. Sem. in N. Y. 1932. 

*ROLLA ELIJAH HUNT. 3. Grad. 

6. Fairfax, Vt., Feb. 7, 1874. Br. U. 1900; ord. Shelbourne Falls, 
Mass., Sept. 30, 1903; p. 1st ch., Shelbourne Falls, Aug. 1903-Aug. 
1915; also Charlemont, 1905-10, and Rowe, 1908-10; 1st ch., Summit, 
N. J., Sept. 1915-Dec. 1916; Richmond Hill, N. Y., Jan. 1917-ca. 1930. 
d. Brattleboro, Vt., Aug. 10, 1941. 

HARRY IGNATIUS MARSHALL. 3. Grad. 
6. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 24, 1878. D. C. 1900; ord. 1st ch., Nashua, 
N. H., Sept. 3, 1903; miss. A. B. M. U., Tharrawaddy, Burma, 1903- 
18; also Bassein, Mar.-Dec. 1908; Toungoo, 1918-19; pres. Karen 
T. S., Unsein, 1920-36; Toungoo, 1936-42; author since 1925; Devados 
and His Preaching Problems, 1929; ed. The Karen Morning Star, 
1921-?; trans.; lecturer in missions, A. N. T. S., 1935-36; ad. 1181 
Centre St., Newton Centre, Mass. B.D., N. T. I. 1926; D.D., Cy. C. 
1927. 

*JOHN ANDREW MITCHELL. 3. Grad. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., May 5, 1877. Br. U. 1907-09; ord. Essex St. ch., 
Lynn, Mass., June 18, 1903; p. Wilmington, Vt., June 1903-Aug. 
1905; West Brattleboro, Vt., June 1903-Aug. 1905; West Brattle- 
boro, Vt., Sept. 1905-Aug. 1907; Harrisville, R. I., Sept. 1907- June 
1909; Braintree, Mass., June 1909-1914; Norwood, R. I., Dec. 1914- 
Mar. 1922; Lonsdale, Mar. 1922-41. d. Feb. 8, 1941. 

ABNER FOSTER NEWCOMB. 3. Grad. 
b. Kentville, N. S., Aug. 25, 1871. Ac. U. 1898; ord. Amherst, Aug. 
24, 1898; asst. p. Amherst, Sept. 1898-Aug. 1900; p. Bethany ch., 
Boston, Sept. 1903-Aug. 1908; North ch., Halifax, N. S., Sept. 1908- 
Oct. 1911; ed. N. S. Sunday School Worker, Oct. 1909-Oct. 1911; 
dist. sec. for Mar. Prov. and Newfoundland, Canadian Bib. Soc, Oct. 
1911-13; California Anti-Saloon League, 1920 — ; ad. 105 East San 
Marino St., Alhambra, Calif. B.D., N. T. 1. 1907. 

JOSEPH LEISHMAN PEACOCK. 1. 
b. Paisley, Scot., June 15, 1873. Br. U. 1900; H. U. D. S. 1900-02; 
ord. Pawtucket, R I, July 2, 1900 ; p. Grasmere, N. H., July 1901-June 
1903; Calvary ch., Westerly, R. I., July 1903-Sept. 1908; lib. Public 
Library, Westerly, Oct. 1908-Dec. 1919; pres. Shaw U., Raleigh, 
N. C, Jan. 1920-32; p. 1st ch., Tarboro, 1932-40; Saxtons River, Vt., 
1940—; ad. Saxtons River, Vt. D.D., Cy. C. 1921, Br. U. 1925. 
*CLARENCE STRONG POND. 3. Grad. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 30, 1879. Bost. U. 1901; H. U. 1907-08, 
S.T.B. 1908; ord. Boston, Mass., May 17, 1903; p. Pocasset, Apr. 
1902-Dec. 1903; 2nd ch., Beverly, Dec. 1903-39. d. Beverly Farms, 
Dec. 12, 1939. 

HARRY EVERETT SAFFORD. 3. Grad. 
b. Lawrence, Mass., Dec. 29, 1873. H. U. 1897, post-grad. 1897-1900; 
ord. Granville, June 29, 1904; p. Granville, June 1904-Oct. 1906; prof. 
Hist., Judson C, Burma, Nov. 1907-Mar. 1922; ed. reviewer, Moody 
Monthly, 1927—; ad. 1284 Beacon St., Brookline, Mass. 

SIMEON SPIDLE. 3. B.D. 
b. New Cornwall, N. S., July 7, 1867. Ac. U. 1897 (N. T. I. 1899- 
1900; 1901-03) ; ord. Homeville, N. S., Sept. 2, 1897; p. Port Morien, 



214 Students — 1903 

June 1897- June 1899 ; Pleasant St. ch., Worcester, Mass., June 1903- 
June 1908; Holden, June 1908-Sept. 1911; prof. Phil, and Theol., 
Ac. XL, Oct. 1911-38; dean of theology, 1922-38; author; ad. Mahone 
Bay, N. S. Ph.D., Clark U. 1911 ; LL.D., Dalh. U. 1919 ; D.D., Ac. U. 
1926. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH TWOMEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Killarney, Ire., Jan. 10, 1871. Br. U. 1900; ord. Danielson, Conn., 
July 10, 1903; p. Danielson, June 1903-Oct. 1905; 1st ch., Portland, 
Me., Oct. 1905-Feb. 1914; lst-Peddie Mem. ch., Newark, N. J., Feb. 
1914-Mar. 1930; Bapt. Temple, Philadelphia, Pa., Apr. 1930-May 
1935; North Orange ch., Orange, N. J., Mar. 1937- Apr. 1942; ret.; ad. 
41 Rackleff St., Portland, Me. D.D., Br. U. 1921; LL.D., Temple U. 
1934. 

*LEWIS AUGUSTUS WALKER. 3. Grad. 

b. Oswego, Kans., Nov. 29, 1875. Adrian C, 1899; Kal. C. 1900; 
N. T. I. post-grad. 1903-04; ord. West Medway, Mass., Oct. 16, 1904; 
p. West Medway, July 1904-May 1908 ; Highland ch., Fitchburg, May 
1908-June 1913; Trinity ch., Arlington, June 1913-July 1920; Cal- 
vary ch., Westerly, R. I., July 1920- Aug. 1932; ret.; res. Redlands, 
Calif, d. Redlands, Nov. 21, 1942. 

*ALBERT GARDNER WARNER. 3. Grad. 

b. Whitinsville, Mass., June 24, 1872. Cy. C. 1900; ord. North Ux- 
bridge, June 19, 1903; p. Mexico, Me., Nov. 1903-Nov. 1906; Isles- 
boro, Mar. 1907-Nov. 1911; Manchester, Mass., Nov. 1911-May 1918; 
asst. p. 1st ch., Lowell, May 1918-Feb. 1920 ; dir. of survey, Inter, ch. 
World Movement, Feb.-July 1920; p. Highland ch., Fitchburg, Aug. 
1920-29; Georgetown, 1929-34; ret. d. Georgetown, Jan. 26, 1935. 



*Edwin Porter Churchill. 1. 

b. Milton, N. S., Apr. 17, 1865. McM. U. 1897; ord. Bridgewater, 
N. S., Sept. 28, 1897; p. Bridgewater, Sept. 1897-Sept. 1900; p. 
Dover, N. H., 1900-May 1903. d. Dover, July 25, 1903. 

Horace Wilbert Cole. 1. 
b. Waterloo, Wis., Sept. 5, 1869. D. U. 1900; R. T. S. 1901-03; ord. 
Hannibal, Mo. Aug. 12, 1903; p. 5th St. ch., Hannibal, May 1903-Mar. 
1907; Bales ch., Kansas City, Apr. 1907-May 1914; supt. City Miss., 
June 1914- Aug. 1915; p. 1st ch., Hutchinson, Kans., Sept. 1915- Aug. 
1922; Calvary ch., Denver, Colo., Sept. 1922-Oct. 1932; Alhambra, 
Calif., Oct. 1932—; ad. 101 South Atlantic Blvd., Alhambra, Calif. 

Justin Davis Field. 0.5. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Aug. 3, 1875. U. R. 1900; C. T. S. 1900-01; in 
bus., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1902-05; ord. Charlestown, Me., Apr. 11, 1906; 
p. Charlestown, Jan. 1906-Jan. 1909 ; North Berwick, Jan.-Dec. 1909 ; 
asst. p. Sumner Ave. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 1909-11; p. Un. ch., 
Noble St., Brooklyn, 1911-15; East Marion, 1915-Nov. 1920; state ev., 
A. B. H. M. S. and N. Y. Bapt. Miss. Conv., New York, Nov. 1920-24; 
p. Maybrook, N. Y., 1925-28; Wales Center, 1929-32; ret.; ad. 717 
Oakwood Ave., East Aurora, N. Y. 

John Alexander Glendinning. 2. 
b. Somerville, Mass., Oct. 29, 1871. Ac. U. 1900; ord. Moncton, N. B., 
Oct. 9, 1902; miss. F. M. Bd. Mar. Prov., Parlakimedi, India, 1902—; 
ad. Parlakimedi, Ganjam District, India. 

James Francis Ingram. 0.5. 
b. Brockville, Ont., Apr. 19, 1874. McM. U. 1899, McM. U. D. S. 
1899-1902, B.D. 1920 (N. T. I. Sept.-Dec. 1902) ; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Burma, 1903-20; prof. Rangoon, Bapt. C. 1903-06; ord. Im. ch. Ran- 



Students — 1904 215 

goon, Jan. 21, 1906 ; miss., Henzada, Mar.-Nov. 1906 ; Namkham, Nov. 
1906-10; on furlough, 1910-12; Bhamo, Oct. 1913- Apr. 1920; on fur- 
lough, Apr. 1920-Apr. 1923; field sec. Gen. Bd. Promotion, May 1923- 
May 1924; p. London Bridge, Va., 1924-?; author several series of 
text books in Kachin; about 50 hymns; ad. 3521 Randall St., Jack- 
sonville, Fla. 

Herries Locke Kempton. 1. 
6. Milton, N. S., Mar. 5, 1876. Ac. U. 1900; McM. U. D. S. 1901-03, 
B.Th. 1903; ord. Okotokos, Alta., July 4, 1903; p. Okotokos, June 
1903-Oct. 1905; Fernie, B. C, Oct. 1905-June 1907; Vermillion, Alta., 
June 1907- Jan. 1911 ; Crescent Heights, Calgary, Jan 1911- July 1920 ; 
Salem, O., Aug. 1920-May 1925; Assoc, p. East Side ch., Portland, 
Ore., May 1925-Dec. 1927; Walla Walla, Wash., 1928-30; Em. ch. 
Pasadena, Calif., 1930-Dec. 1938; Tabernacle ch., Pasadena, 1939 — ; 
author, The Constitution of a Christian, 1932; ad. 2156 Mendocino 
Lane, Pasadena, Calif. D.D. 

Frank Chester Kreager. 1. 
b. near Zanesville, O., Nov. 22, 1875. D. U. 1900; R. T. S. 1901-03; 
ord. Ashland, Wis., June 26, 1903; p. Ashland, June 1903- Jan. 1906; 
New Matamoras, O., Jan. 1906- July 1908; Jackson, July 1908-Oct. 
1912; Conneaut, Nov. 1912- Jan. 1918; Oliver Place ch., Toledo, Feb. 
1918- June 1920; Alexandria, June 1920-Sept. 1926; Columbus, Sept. 
1926-Sept. 1929; Middleport, Apr. 1930-Feb. 1938; Akron, Feb. 
1938—; ad. 1553 Merrill Ave., Akron, O. 
*John Hubbard Logan. 0.5. 

b. Pike Co., Ala., Dec. 16, 1876. Mercer U. 1900; ord. Macon, Ga., 
May 1897; p. Macon, July 1898-Sept. 1900; Gordon, Sept. 1897-Nov. 
1900; IT. Chic, 1901-02; p. Thomasville, Ga., 1902-03; U. T. S. 1903- 
04; U. Marburg; asst. prof. Ch. Hist., Colg. T. S. Jan. 1908-10; prof. 
Hist, and Polit. Sc, Rutgers C. 1910-36. d. Nov. 16, 1936. 

Cornelius Edward Schaible. 1. 
6. New York, N. Y., Dec. 27, 1873. Colg. U. 1899; Colg. T. S. 1899- 
1900, 1902-03; tea. Colg. A., 1900-01; fellow, N. T. I. 1903-04; B.D. 
1904; ord. Somersworth, N. H., July 27, 1904; p. Somersworth, June 
1904-Dec. 1905; prof. Gr. Interp. and Ch. Hist., Va. Un. U., Jan. 
1906-13; p. Dumbarton, Va. and prof. Gr. Interp., Va. Un. U. 1913- 
18; prof. Rel. and Eth., Coker C, Hartsville, S. C, 1918—; ad. 1716 
Home Ave., Hartsville, S. C. 

1904 

WHITMAN SEARS BASSETT. 3. Grad. 
b. So. Chatham, Mass., Nov. 1, 1872. Ba. C. 1899 (N. T. I. 1900-02; 
Jan. 1903-Mar. 1904) ; ord. Penacook, N. H., Apr. 28, 1904; p. Pena- 
cook, Mar. 1904- Apr. 1912; chapl. N. H. State Prison, 1912—; ad. 3 
Prospect St., Penacook. 

^FREDERICK WILLIAM BUIS. 3. Grad. 

b. St. Joseph, Mo., July 2, 1873. W. J. C. 1901; ord. Kansas City, 
Mo., Sept. 1, 1904; p. 1st ch., Bloomsfield, N. J., June 1904-Nov. 1906; 
Im. ch., St. Louis, Mo., Dec. 1906-09; 1st ch., Salem, Mass., Nov. 1909- 
June 1916; 1st ch., New Bedford, Sept. 1917- Apr. 1920; Spruce St. 
ch., Dee. 1920-27 ; ret. ; res. New Bedford, d. Sept. 1, 1937. 

WALTER BOARDMAN BULLEN. 3. B.D. 
b. Pawtucket, R. I., June 13, 1877. Br. U. 1899; H. U. 1902-03 
(N. T. I. 1901-02; 1903-04) ; ord. New London, N. H., July 13, 1904; 
miss. A. B. M. U., Kobe, Japan, 1904-05; Sendai, Nov. 1905-Apr. 
1909; Otaru, Apr.-Sept. 1909; on furlough, Oct. 1909- June 1912; 



216 Students — 1904 

grad. stud., N. T. I. 1910-11; miss. Morioka, Japan, July 1912-Nov. 
1913; tea. and in bus., 1913-24; p. Un. ch., Lee, Me., Nov. 1924-June 
1931; lect. 1937-41; Harlem Ashram, 1941—; ad. 2013 Fifth Ave., 
New York, N. Y. Grandson of Henry J. Ripley, professor, 1826-60. 

*FRANK LEWIS CANN. 3. Grad. 

6. Yarmouth, N. S., Feb. 19, 1872. Ac. U. 1900; ord. North Middle- 
boro, Mass., Feb. 19, 1901; p. North Middleboro, 1900-01; Alna, Me., 
. June 1904-Nov. 1907; Kennebunk, Dec. 1907-14; South Paris, 1915- 
16; New York, N. Y., 1917-19; in bus., 1920-23; p. Univ. ch., Pitts- 
field, Me., 1924-27; Macomb, 111., 1927-?. d. ca. 1940. B.D., N. T. I. 
1908. 

FREDERICK DONOVAN. 3. Grad. 
b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 2, 1873. John B. Stetson U. 1899; ord. 
Sanford, Fla., Mar. 1, 1898; p. Sanford, Oct. 1897-Aug. 1898; Ocala, 
June- Aug. 1899 (N. T. I. Sept.-Oct. 1899; Nov. 1900-Apr. 1901; Jan. 
1902-04); p. Woodruff Place ch., Indianapolis, Ind., July 1904-05; 
Colg. T. S., Jan., Dec. 1906; p. Wausau, Wis., Jan. 1907-Jan. 1908; 
U. Chic. D. S. win. 1908-09; p. Maywood, 111., Mya 1909-?; Winter- 
set, la., in 1915; Chariton in 1919; Dell Rapids, So. Dak., in 1924; 
Dodgeville, Wis.; Imlay City, Mich.; Clinton, Wis.; Beloit; Clinton, 
1939—; ad. Clinton, Wis. 

BENJAMIN GEORGE EWALD. 3. Grad. 
b. St. Joseph, Mich., Dec. 8, 1874. U. Mich. 1900; ord. Fall River, 
Sept. 27, 1904; p. Broadway chap., 1st ch., Fall River, June 1904- 
Oct. 1906; grad. stud., H. U. 1906-07; p. Raymond, Wash., Apr. 1908- 
Oct. 1910; res. Poison, Mont., Oct. 1910-Oct. 1914; s. Mass., Oct. 1914- 
Sept. 1915; p. Beth Eden ch., Fitchburg, Mass., Sept. 1915-May 1923; 
Sunnyvale, Calif., June 1923-28; 1934-36; ad. Redwood Estates. 
B.D., N. T. 1. 1907. 

FRANCIS LE GRAND CHURCH. B.D. 

See class of 1903. 

^NATHANIEL THOMAS HAFER. 2. Grad. 

b. Waldron, Mich., Feb. 24, 1871. Kal. C. 1895; ord. Bellevue, Mich., 
Sept. 18, 1895; p. Bellevue, July 1895-Mar. 1897; Walnut, 111., Apr. 
1897- Aug. 1900; stud. U. Chic. D. S. parts of 1897-99; p. Alma, Mich., 
Sept. 1900-Aug. 1902; p. North Oxford, Sept. 1902- Apr. 1904; Mans- 
field, Apr. 1904- Apr. 1906; ev. Vt. Bapt. State Conv., May 1906-Mar. 
1910; p. Trinity ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Apr. 1910-11; Ferry Ave. ch., 
Detroit, Mich., 1911-12; Walnut, 111., Sept. 1912-Nov. 1914; gen. 
miss., 111. Bapt. State Conv., Nov. 1914- Apr. 1919; supt. Hudelson 
Bapt. Home, Apr. 1919-29?; ed. The Child and the Home, 1919-25; 
ret. d. Antrobia, 111., Feb. 23, 1933. S.T.D., Temple U. 1915; B.D., 
N. T. I. 1906. 

WILLIAM AUSTIN HILL. 1. Grad. 
b. Ellenberg Centre, N. Y., May 2, 1873. Br. U. 1902; H. U. D. S. 
1902-03; ord. West Somerville, Mass., Oct. 19, 1904; p. Trinity ch., 
Arlington, July 1903-June 1908; Woodland Park ch., St. Paul, Minn.,- 
June 1908- July 1914; 1st ch., Medford, Mass., Jan. 1915- June 1918; 
joint dist. sec. Bapt. Miss. Socs. New England, June 1918-Sept. 1921 ; 
sec. miss, ed., Bd. of Ed. N. B. C, Sept. 1921-39; ad. Isle La Motte, 
Vt. B.D., N. T. I. 1908; D.D., Br. U. 1927. 

CHARLES McHARNESS. 3. Grad. 
b. Pontiac, Mich., Feb. 8, 1873. Kal. C. 1901; ord. Grand Rapids, 
Mich., Nov. 1, 1904; p. Scribner St. ch., Grand Rapids, Sept. 1904- 
Mar. 1906; Northwood, la., Mar. 1906-May 1910; Eureka, Utah, May 



Students — 1904 217 

1910- July 1912; Elko, Nev., July 1912- June 1917; also supt. miss., 
N. E. Nev.; p. Weiser, Ida., June 1917-June 1920; Liberty Park ch., 
Spokane, Wash., June 1920-25; 1st ch., Lewiston, Ida., 1925-31; 
Anaconda, Mont., 1931-38; ad. 2907 Cleveland Ave., Spokane, Wash. 

*GEORGE ARTHUR MARTELL. B.D. 

See class of 1896. 

WILBUR NELSON. 3. Grad. 
b. Saginaw, Mich., July 11, 1877. Kal. C. 1901; ord. Alma, Mich., 
July 29, 1904; p. Rutherford, N. J., Sept. 1904- June 1907; 1st ch., 
Saginaw, Mich., Aug. 1907-Mar. 1912; Connellsville, Pa., Apr. 1912- 
June 1919; 1st ch., John Clarke Mem., Newport, R. I., June 1919 — ; 
author since 1925, Obadiah Holmes, Ancestor and Prototype of Abra- 
ham Lincoln, 1932; The Hero of Aquidneck, 1938; ad. 30 Spring St., 
Newport, R. I. B.D., N. T. I. 1907; D.D., Kal. C. 1938. 

CHARLES WELLINGTON ROSE. 4. B.D. 

b. Port Maitland, N. S., Sept. 4, 1871. Ac. U. 1898; ord. Nelson, 
B. C, Dec. 13, 1898; p. 1st ch., Nelson, Oct. 1898-Feb. 1900; Zion ch., 
Yarmouth, N. S., June 1904- Jan. 1909; Park ch., Brantford, Ont., 
Mar. 1909-Sept. 1914; 1st ch., Amherst, N. S., Oct. 1914- Apr. 1923; 
Murray St. ch., Peterboro, Ont., Apr. 1923-27; Kentville, N. S., 1927- 
30; Univ. p., Ac. U. 1930-34; ret.; ad. Wolfville, N. S. D.D., Ac. U. 
1922. 

*CHARLES EDWARD SAWTELLE. 3. Grad. 

b. San Francisco, Calif., Feb. 12, 1868. C. U. 1868; ord. Needham, 
Mass., Nov. 30, 1904; p. Needham, Oct. 1904-Nov. 1917. d. Hart- 
ford, Conn., Nov. 29, 1917. 

CORNELIUS EDWARD SCHAIBLE. B.D. 

See class of 1903. 

RAPHAEL CLARKE THOMAS. 4. Grad. 
b. Chicago, 111., Oct. 3, 1873. H. U. 1896, med. sch. 1902 (N. T. I. 
1896-99; 1903-04) ; interne, Boston City Hosp., 1902-03; ord. Newton 
Centre, Sept. 11, 1904; med. miss., A. B. M. U., Capiz, P. I., 1904-05; 
London Tropical Sch., 1908 ; Vienna Zeugniss, 1912 ; Jaro and La Paz, 
Iloilo, 1914-15 ; p. Second Ave., ch., New York City, 1914-16 ; miss. La 
Paz, Iloilo, 1916-27; ad. 31 North St., Georgetown, Mass. Son of 
Jesse B. Thomas, professor 1888-1905. 

CHARLES WAGNER WOLFE. 3. Grad. 
b. Schoolcraft, Mich., Aug. 24, 1877. Bu. U. 1901 ; ord. Willington, 
Conn., July 13, 1904; p. Willington, Mar. 1904-Oct. 1908; U. Chic. 
D. S. 1908-09; p. Gaylord, Mich., June 1909- Jan. 1911; ed. B. Y. P. U. 
page, Michigan Christian Herald, Oct. 1909-Mar. 1910; p. Jefferson 
Ave. ch., Detroit, Jan. 1911-Oct. 1912; Manlius, 111., Oct. 1912-Sept. 
1915; Petersburg, Sept. 1915-Dec. 1916; Glasford, Dec. 1916-Sept. 
1920; Clayton, Sept. 1920-Sept. 1922; tea. Homil. and Physics, 
Bishop C. 1922-23, head of Theol. Dept., 1923- June 1933; in bus., 
Granville, O., July 1933-Sept. 1937; lib. and prof. English, Storer C, 
Harpers Ferry, W. Va., Sept. 1937 — ; ad. Harpers Ferry, W. Va. 
B.D., N. T. I. 1929; S.T.M., 1934. 



William Moses Elliott. 2. 
b. Rutland, Vt., Dec. 12, 1865. W. J. C. 1901; not ord.; tea. pub. 
schs. ; res. St. Joseph, Mo. ; ad. Route 2, Halls, Mo. 
*Seymour Ellsworth Moon. 1. 

b. Villard, Minn., Nov. 13, 1869. U. Minn. 1900; U. Chic. D. S. 1901- 



218 Students — 1905 

02 (N. T. I. 1902-03) ; stud. p. Waterville, Minn., July 1897- June 
1900; ord. Waterville, Sept. 1, 1899; p. Waterville, June 1900- June 
1901; stud. p. Woodstock, 111., Oct. 1901- June 1902; U. Chic, June- 
Dec. 1903, B.D. 1903; miss. A. B. M. U., Congo Ind. State, Africa, 
1904-sum. 1907; Kimpese, Sept. 1908-37. d. Los Angeles, Calif., 
Sept. 25, 1940. 

James Allan Price. 1. 

b. N. B., Nov. 7, 1868. Bost. U. 1902; ord. Sharon, Sept. 19, 1900; 
p. Sharon, July 1900- Jan. 1903; U. Chic. D. S. 1903-04; p. Demarest, 
N. J., 1904-?; res. Chicago, 111., in 1907; colp. Nevada; Elko, Nev., 
in 1935. 
*Enoch Crosy Stubbert. 1.5. 

b. Yarmouth, N. S., May 8, 1869. Ac. U. 1900; tea. C. A., Mar.-June 
1901. d. Beverly, Mass., Feb. 14, 1903. 



1905 

ROBERT ATHERTON BAKEMAN. 4. Grad. 
b. Auburn, Me., Aug. 16, 1879. Cy. C. 1901. ord. Chelsea, Mass., 
Oct. 9, 1905; p. East Jaffrey, N. H., Nov. 1905-Feb. 1912; asst. min. 
Un. People's ch., Schenectady, N. Y., Feb. 1912-Oct. 1912; res. 
Schenectady, Oct. 1912-Feb. 1914; grad. stud., H. U. 1914-15; tea. 
Springfield, Mass., 1915-16; Adams, 1916-17; Good Will, Me., Sept. 
1917-Feb. 1918; Y. M. C. A. with French Army, Feb. 1918- Jan. 1919; 
p. 2nd Cong, ch., Peabody, Mass., Sept. 1919- Apr. 1924; may. Pea- 
body, Jan. 1925-28; health failed; ad. Alton, N. H. 

OWEN CLARENCE BROWN. 3. B.D. 
b. Cato, Kans., July 25, 1871. Ott. U. 1902; ord. Cato, Kans., July 
29, 1899; p. Bronson, Oct. 1899-Aug. 1902; Emporia, June 1905-Oct. 
1907; Laurence, Oct. 1907-May 1917; ed. Adult S. S. publications, 
A. B. P. S., 1917-24; ed.-in-chief S. S. publications, 1924-33; sec. dept. 
Christian educ, A. B. P. S., 1928-33; exec, sec, 1933-38; ret.; ad. 1801 
Marshall Rd., Lansdowne, Pa. D.D., Ott. U. 1921. 

*SAMUEL JAMES CANN. 3. B.D. 

b. Pleasant Valley, P. E. I., Aug. 3, 1875. Ac. U. 1902; Bost. U. 
Sch. Theol. 1906-07; ord. Boston, Mass., June 21, 1905; p. Elm Hill 
ch., Boston, May 1905- June 1907 ; 2nd ch., East Providence, R. I., July 
1907-Sept. 1912; Market St. ch., Amesbury, Mass., Sept. 1912-Nov. 
1919; 1st ch., Marlboro, Nov. 1919-Mar. 1927; Portland St. ch., 
Haverhill, Mar. 1927-Oct. 1933; Barnstable, Jan. 1934-Dec 1940; 
ret. d. Dorchester, June 12, 1943. 

MILFORD RUPERT FOSHAY. 3. Grad. 
b. Montague, P. E. I., May 12, 1878. Ac. U. 1899 (N. T. I. 1899- 
1900; 1903-05) ; ord. Middleboro, June 13, 1900; p. Wilmington, Vt., 
June 1900- June 1903; Osterville, Mass., June 1903- Apr. 1905; Nor- 
wood, Apr. 1905-Feb. 1908; Marlboro, Feb. 1908- July 1911; 1st ch., 
Manchester, N. H., July 1911-June 1921; chapl. U. S. A., July 1918- 
June 1919; p. 1st ch., New Haven, Conn., June 1921-Sept. 1924: East 
ch., Lynn, Mass., Sept. 1924-39 ; ret. ; ad. North Hampton, N. H. 

ROBERT COLLEY GRANBERRY. 2. B.D. 
b. Brewton, Ala., June 21, 1880. H. U. 1903; S. B. T. S. 1902-03; 
ord. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 15, 1905 ; p. Division St. ch., Salisbury, July 
1905-Nov. 1906; 1st ch., Tuskegee, Ala., Nov. 1916-Sept. 1908; Rose 
Hill ch., Columbus, Ga., Sept. 1908-Nov. 1912; Tattnall Square ch., 
Macon, Nov. 1912-May 1918; 1st ch., Gaffney, S. C, Sept. 1918-Sept. 



Students — 1905 219 

1923; pres. Limestone C, Gaffney, Sept. 1923 — ; author; ad. Gaffney, 
S. C. D.D., U. S. C. 1925. 

*JOHN HORATIO HANNAH. 1. B.D. 

b. London, Eng., Feb. 18, 1872. McM. U. 1899, McM. U. D. S. 1899- 
1901, B.Th. 1899; ord. Peterboro, Ont., Sept. 17, 1901; Peterboro, 
May 1901-Mar. 1903; Fenelon Falls, Dec. 1903-Aug. 1904; miss. A. B. 
M. U., Podili, India, 1905-09. d. Podili, Sept. 7, 1909. 

WILLIAM ROSS HOOD. 2. B.D. 

b. Chesterville, Miss., May 23, 1874. Howard C. 1900; S. B. T. S. 
1902-03; ord, Ashville, Ala., Aug. 21, 1902; p. Cumberland, Md., Oct. 
1905- Jan. 1906; in Bur. Educ, Washington, D. C, May 1907-?; 
author; ad. Comfort, Tex., 1930. 

HARRY SUMNER McCREADY. 3. B.D. 
b. Pawtucket, R. I., Apr. 19, 1876. Br. U. 1900; ord. Wallingford, 
Vt., Aug. 22, 1905; p. Wallingford, June 1905- July 1906; Manchester 
Centre, July 1906-Nov. 1918; Roger Williams Ch., Providence, R. L, 
Nov. 1918-1914; 1st ch., Livermore Falls, Me., 1914-16; 1st Cong, ch., 
York, 1916-18; 1st Cong, ch., Willimantic, Conn., 1918-1923; Ply- 
mouth Cong, ch., Oakland, Calif., 1924-27; St. Lawrence (Wright 
Memorial) ch., Portland, Me., 1927-30; Kingston, R. I., 1930-41; 
instr. R. I. State C. 1932-37; ret.; ad. 2412 Ellsworth St., Berkeley, 
Calif. 

CHARLES FRANCIS McKOY. 3. Grad. 
b. Bangor, Me., July 24, 1878. Cy. C. 1902; ord. Columbia St. ch., 
Bangor, Me., Dec. 1, 1905; p. 1st ch., Bar Harbor, Me., Dec. 1905- 
Oct. 1911; Taylor Mem. ch., Paulsboro, N. J., Jan. 1912-Sept. 1913; 
1st ch., Long Branch, Sept. 1913-Dec. 1919 ; Greene Ave. ch., Brook- 
lyn, N. Y., Jan. 1920-33; Trinity ch., Brooklyn, 1933-34; Wightman 
Mem. ch., Oyster Bay 1935 — ; ad. 473 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 
D.D., Natl. U., Atlanta, Ga., 1922; M.A., N. Y. U. 1930; Ph.D., 1932; 
B.D., N. T. 1. 1928. 

GEORGE BURTON MARSTON. 3. Grad. 
b. LaGrange, Me., July 31, 1871. Colg. U. 1902; ord. New Baltimore, 
N. Y., Jan. 29, 1906; p. 1st ch., New Baltimore, Jan. 1906-Mar. 1907; 
1st ch., Stonington, Conn., Mar. 1907-Feb. 1918 ; Lowell, Mass., Feb. 
1918-Feb. 1922; Central Falls, R. I., Mar. 1922- July 1934; 1st ch., 
Bridgewater, Mass., Feb. 1935- Jan. 1940; ret.; ad. 241 Park St., 
Bridgewater, Mass. B.D., N. T. I. 1910. 

DENTON JUDSON NEILLY. 3. B.D. 

b. Middleton, N. S., Apr. 14, 1880. Ac. U. 1902; ord. Bridgetown, 
N. S., Aug. 30, 1905; p. Danielson, Conn., Oct. 1905-Apr. 1910; 1st 
ch., Gloucester, Mass., Apr. 1910-Feb. 1918; 1st ch., Medford, Mass., 
Feb. 1918-Feb. 1928; 1st ch., Nashua, N. H., Feb. 1928—; ad. 15 
Stark St., Nashua, N. H. 

*JOSEPH FRANCIS RUSSELL. 3. Grad. 

b. North Adams, Mass., Feb. 10, 1875. Br. U. 1897-1902; ord. Frank- 
lin, Mass., May 17, 1905; p. Franklin, May 1905- Jan. 1908; miss. 
A. B. M. U., Iloilo, P. I., Jan. 1908-Feb. 1921; chapl., 1st lieut., Camp 
Taylor, 1918; p. Grafton, Mass., Feb. 1921-Sept. 1924; field sec. 
Hebron A., 1942-?; Leominster, Mass., 1926; Providence, R. I., 1928. 
d. Lakewood, R. I., June 6, 1941. 

*WALTER EUGENE TANNER. 2. Grad. 

b. Nevada, Mo., Mar. 29, 1875. Ott. U. 1898-1900; K. C. T. S. 1902- 
03; ord. Erie, Kans., Aug. 8, 1895; p. Neodesha, Mar., 1895-Aug. 



220 Students — 1905 

1898; Burlington, 1898-1900; Altamont, Apr. 1900-Aug. 1902; Hollis- 
ton, Mass., July 1903- June 1905; North Topeka, Kans., July 1905-07; 
Melrose ch., Oakland, Calif., July 1907-June 1909; gen. miss, ev., 
July 1909-13; p. Springfield, Mo., July 1913-18; overseas, Y. M. C. A., 
June 1918-Oct. 1919 ; supt. miss., S. E. Kans. Bapt. Assoc., May 1920- 
24; p. Cedar Vale, Kans., May 1924-?; Richwood, W. Va., 1929-35; 
author; ed. Daily Topic, Oakland, Calif., 1907-10. d. Richwood, Oct. 
24, 1935. D.D., S. W. Bapt. C. 1916. 

ALBERT FRANK UFFORD. 3. B.D. 
b. Fairfax, Vt., Feb. 26, 1877. U. V. M. 1901; ord. Fairfax, Vt., 
June 15, 1905; p. Fairfax, June 1905-Sept. 1908; miss. A. B. M. U., 
Shaohing, China, Sept. 1908-Oct. 1941; A. B. F. M. S. 1942—; ad. 
260 East Chester St., Valley Stream, N. Y. 

ERNEST EGAN VENTRES. 3. Grad. 
b. Hudson, Mass., Apr. 7, 1874. Cy. C. 1901; ord. North Hanover, 
Mar. 7, 1906; p. North Hanover, Jan. 1906-Oct. 1910; Northboro, 
Oct. 1910-Mar. 1915; Agawam, Mar. 1915- Jan. 1922; Rockport, Jan. 
1922-Sept. 1938; ret.; ad. 4 Rowe Ave., Pigeon Cove, Mass. 

ADONIRAM JUDSON WEEKS. 3. Grad. 
b. Leslie, Mich., Jan. 18, 1872. Kal. C. 1905; ord. Leslie, Mich., June 
21, 1905; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, Nov. 1905-1912; Moul- 
mein, Dec. 1912-17 ; on furlough, Aug. 1917-Nov. 1919 ; Bwe Karen, 
Miss., Toungoo, Burma, Nov. 1919-Oct. 1924; on furlough, Oct. 1924- 
26; Moulmein, Mar. 1926-Apr. 1932; on furlough, Apr. 1932-Sept. 
1933; Moulmein, Sept. 1933- Apr. 1939; ret.; ad. Ferndale, Wash., 
R. D. 1. 

*FRANK WALTER WHEELER. 3. B.D. 

b. Stoneham, Mass., Nov. 21, 1877. Br. U. 1902; ord. Wakefield, Nov. 
28, 1905; p. Trinity ch., Fall River, Dec. 1905-Sept. 1906; Middletown 
Springs, Vt., Nov. 1906-Dec. 1910; Em. ch., Williamsbridge, New 
York, N. Y., Dec. 1910-Feb. 1912; Millinocket, Me., Mar. 1912-Mar 
1913. d. Millinocket, Mar. 13, 1913. 



*William Thomas Amiger. 1. 

b. Culpeper, Va., July 16, 1870 L. U. 1899; L. U. T. S. 1899-1902, 
S.T.B., 1902; ord. Cambridge, June 1903; p. 3rd ch., Springfield, 
June 1903- Apr. 1908; pres. State U., Louisville, Ky., 1908-1916; 
chapl., U. S. A., overseas, 1917-19; supt. miss., Liberia, 1919-23; dean 
Am. Bapt. T. S., Nashville. Tenn., 1923-29-; author, d. May 26, 1929. 
D.D., L. U. 1909; LL.D., Central Law Sch., Ky., 1912. 

John William Barco. 1. 
b. Shiloh, N. C, June 25, 1877. Va. Un. U. 1902; ord. Portsmouth, 
Va., June 4, 1902; p. 1st ch., Salem, Va., June-Sept. 1902; tea. Va. 
Un. U. Sept. 1903 — ; v. p., 1929 — ; ad. Virginia Union University, 
Richmond, Va. D.D., Va. Un. U. 1921. 

Walter Irving Fowle. 1. 
b. Fredericksburg, la., Aug. 16, 1876. Des M. C. 1902; U. Chic. 
1902-03, B.D. 1906 (N. T. I. 1903-04) ; ord. Mt. Pleasant ch., Mineral 
Ridge, la., Aug. 22, 1901; p. Woodstock, 111., June 1902- June 1903; 
Ames, la., Sept. 1904-Sept. 1911; Grand Island, Nebr., Sept. 1911- 
Oct. 1915; Galesburg, 111., Oct. 1915-Dec. 1920; sec. Y. M. C. A., 
England and Germany, June 1918-June 1919 ; state sec, Nebr. Bapt. 
Conv., Dec. 1920-Dec. 1922; p. Greeley, Colo., 1922-29; Alhambra, 
Calif., 1929-31; Seattle, Wash., 1931-41; pres. Wash. Bapt. Conv. 



Students — 1906 221 

1939-40; ad. 1462 Stearns Drive, Los Angeles, Calif. D.D., Des 
M. C. 1919. 

*Charles Hargrove. 2. 

b. Clinch's Mills, N. B., Aug. 25, 1970. Br. U. 1892-1902; ord. North- 
east Harbor, Me., Aug. 2, 1904; p. Northeast Harbor, July 1904- Aug. 
1905, May 1908-Nov. 1910 ; Johnson, Vt., Sept. 1905-Nov. 1906; Rock- 
ville Center, N. Y., Nov. 1906-Mav 1908; Bluehill, Me., Nov. 1909- 
Aug. 1916; Island Falls, Aug. 1916- July 1920; Blaine, July 1920- 
Apr. 1921; Brandon, Vt., Apr. 1921-Feb. 1924; Readsboro, Feb. 1924- 
25; Grafton, Mass., 1925-30. d. Worcester, Jan. 21, 1930. 
TVTark PifiT*T*g Jackson 
b. Mt. Airy, Ga., Feb. 25, 1880. Mercer U. 1902; S. B. T. S. 1902-03, 
1904-05 (N. T. I. 1903-04) ; or d. Tallapoosa, Ga., Aug. 31, 1904; p. 
Montezuma, June 1905-Jan. 1908; Ancient City ch., St. Augustine, 
Fla., 1908-Nov. 1910; Covington, Ga., Dec. 1910-Sept. 1912; Talla- 
poosa, Oct. 1912-Oct. 1919; Abbeville, Jan. 1920-Feb. 1923; Central 
ch., Manchester, Feb. 1923 — . No further information. 

^Christian Columbus Koch. 3. 

b. Clinton Falls., Minn., Julv 30, 1875. Cy. C. 1902; ord. Sedgewick, 
Me., June 28, 1906; p. Sedgewick, Feb. 1906-Sept. 1908; Spring 
Valley, Minn., Dec. 1908-Oct. 1910; Washburn, Me., Oct. 1910-Nov. 
1913; Mars Hill, Nov. 1913- June 1918; Springvale, July 1918-37; 
West Harpswell, 1937-40. d. W. Harpswell, Jan. 3, 1940. 
John Nathaniel Lawless. 0.5. 
b. Hillsboro, Ala., Mar. 20, 1874. ord. Pleasant Grove, Ark., Oct. 20, 
1895; Ouachita C. 1902; R. T. S. 1902-03, Jan. 1904-05 (N. T. I. Sept- 
Dec. 1903; p. Brookland ch., Washington, D. C, June 1905-06; Waco, 
Tex., 1906-?; Memphis, Tenn., in 1907; Yonkers, N. Y., in 1919. No 
further information. 

1906 

*PERCIVAL ROGERS BAKEMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Auburn, Me., Feb. 18, 1882. Br. U. 1903; ord. Chelsea, June 28, 
1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Hangchow, China, 1906-19, 1926-27; stud. 
Hart. T. S. 1918-19 ; prof . theol., Shanghai Bapt. C, Shanghai, China, 
1919-26; health failed; in U. S. 1928-32. d. Roxbury, Mass., Dec. 
17, 1932. 

HENRY SIDNEY BULLOCK. 3. Grad. 
b. Lynn Township, Mich., Mar. 3, 1872. Kal. C. 1900; ord. St. Clair, 
Nov. 14, 1901; p. St. Clair, July 1901-July 1903; p. North Bellingham, 
Oct. 1903- June 1906; Gaylord, Mich., Dec. 1906-Dec. 1908; Beulah 
ch., Detroit, Dec. 1908-Feb. 1913; Hudson Ave. ch., Feb. 1913-May 
1916; in bus., May 1916-Sept. 1918; p. Bethel ch., Kalamazoo, Sept. 
1918-?; Zanesville, O., 1930; Akron, 1936; ad. Cressey, Mich., R. D. 1. 

FLOYD LE VERNE CARR. 3. B.D. 

b. Alfred, N. Y., Jan. 24, 1880. Br. U. 1901; Y. M. C. A. work, 
Providence, R. I., 1901-03; ord. North Uxbridge, Oct. 19, 1906; p. 
North Uxbridge, June 1906-Dec. 1910 ; Roslindale, Boston, Jan. 1911- 
Sept. 1917; 1st ch., Lynn., Oct. 1917-Oct. 1920; Wilkinsburg, Pa., 
Nov. 1920-Sept. 1923; field sec, Bd. of Promotion, Sept. 1923-Aug. 
1924, field sec. dept. of miss, ed., Sept. 1924^-; ad. 83 Merriam St., 
Lexington, Mass. 

WILLIAM JOHN CLARK. 3. B.D. 
b. Albion, Nebr., Jan. 5, 1877. Calif. C. 1903; ord. Madera, Calif., 
Oct. 14, 1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Maubin, Burma, Dec. 1906-May 
1909; p. East Enosburg, Vt., and Free Bapt. ch., Enosburg Falls, 



222 Students — 1906 

Oct. 1909-12; St. Cloud, Fla., Oct. 1912-Sept. 1913; prof. Ch. Hist, 
and Bib. Intro., Va. Un. U., Sept. 1913-Dec. 1918, pres., Jan. 1919-41; 
pres. em., June 1941—; ad. 5703 Cole St., Richmond, Va. D.D., Va. 
Un. U. 1927. 

ARTHUR VILROY DIMOCK. 3. B.D. 

b. Halifax, N. S., Oct. 10, 1873. Ac. U. 1901 ; ord. Winthrop, Oct. 
24, 1900; p. 1st ch., Winthrop, Oct. 1900-Feb. 1904; 1st ch., Dorches- 
ter, May 1904-Nov. 1915; act. p. Sanford, Me., Nov. 1917-May 1918; 
camp p. Camp Devens, May 1918- June 1920 ; act. p. Cong, ch., Groton, 
Mass., July 1920-Dec. 1927; supt. W. dist. Mass. Anti-Saloon League, 
Jan. 1928-Oct. 1929; p. fed. ch., Gilmanton, N. H., Apr. 1930—; ad. 
Crystal Springs, Gilmanton Iron Works, N. H. 

*NATHANIEL THOMAS HAFER. B.D. 
See class of 1904. 

HARRY CLIFFORD LEACH. 3. B.D. 
b. West Rockport, Me., Dec. 5, 1879. Br. U. 1902 (N. T. I. 1902-04; 
1905-06); p. Johnson, Vt., July 1904- Aug. 1905; ord. Calvary ch., 
Providence, R. I., June 17, 1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Tavoy, Burma, 
Nov. 1906-Aug. 1908; Prome, Sept. 1908-Jan. 1909; p. Morningside 
ch., Pittsfield, Mass., June 1909-Dec. 1916 ; 1st ch., Hackensack, N. J., 
Dec. 1916 — ; ad. 7 Conklin Place, Hackensack, N. J. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR LEE. 3. B.D. 
b. Leeds, Eng., July 1, 1876. U. Wis. 1902; ord. Madison, Wis., July 
24, 1906; p. 1st ch., Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 1906- June 1911; w. c. 
Watertown, Mass., Oct. 1911-Feb. 1912; p. Pleasant St. ch., Worces- 
ter, Feb. 1912-Feb. 1916; Central Cong, ch., Atlanta, Ga., Mar. 1916- 
Sept. 1917; war work coun., Y. M. C. A., Sept. 1917- Apr. 1922; p. 
1st Cong, ch., Winona, Minn., May 1922-?; Central ch., Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., 1928-33; Salem, N. H., 1933-39; Francestown, 1939—; ad. 
Francestown, N. H. 

LEON GROFF MILES. 3. B.D. 

b. Allenwood, Pa., Feb. 27, 1877. F. C. 1903; ord. Peabody, Nov. 28, 
1906; p. Peabody, Nov. 1906-Dec. 1913; Christ. Sci. prac, Salem, Dec. 
1913- Jan. 1926; metaphysical prac, tea. and lect., Salem, Jan. 1926- 
July 1940 ; p. Bapt. ch., Beverly Farms, July 1940—; ad. 17 High St., 
Beverly Farms, Mass. 

ALONZO EVERETT MURPHY. 3. B.D. 
b. Chili, Ind., Nov. 20, 1870. F. C. 1903; ord. Trinity ch., Fall River, 
Nov. 20, 1906; p. Trinity ch., Fall River, Sept. 1906-Dec. 1909; Stone- 
ham, Dec. 1909-Aug. 1912; Kokomo, Ind., Aug. 1912-16; Chili, May 
1917-Sept. 1920; Flora, Sept. 1920-Sept. 1924; 2d ch., Mt. Pleasant, 
Sept. 1924-Feb. 1930; fed. ch., Hartford, Mich., Feb. 1930-May 1938; 
ad. 2545 N. New Jersey St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

ARTHUR HARTSTEIN PAGE. 3. B.D. 
b. Chapman, Nebr., Sept. 5, 1873. C. U. 1898; ord. Rockport, Me., 
June 18, 1906; miss. A. B. M. U., Swatow, China, Oct. 1906-39; ad. 
4207 Collis Ave., Los Angeles, Calif. 

ERNEST THOMAS POTTER. 3. Grad. 
b. Berkshire, O., Sept. 30, 1874. Ott. U. 1897; ord. Fairview, Kans., 
Oct. 29, 1902; p. Fairview, Nov. 1901-Sept. 1903; p. Wamego, Kans., 
Sept. 1906- July 1911; St. Cloud, Fla., Nov. 1911-May 1912; Marissa, 
111., May 1912-May 1915; Aledo, Sept. 1915-Sept. 1919; Lapeer, 
Mich., Nov. 1919-Dec. 1922; Community ch., near Lapeer, Oct. 
1923-?; Quincy, 1941; ad. Quincy, Mich. 



Students — 1906 223 

RALPH ATHERTON SHERWOOD. 3. B.D. 

b. Sutton, Vt., Aug. 4, 1880. Br. U. 1903; ord. Cranston St. ch., 
Providence, R. I., June 17, 1906; p. Somersworth, N. H., July 1906- 
Mar. 1909; Keene, Mar. 1909-May 1917; 1st ch., Salem, Mass., June 
1917- ; ad. 15 Beckford St., Salem. 

RALPH EWING STOREY. 3. B.D. 
b. McMinnville, Ore., June 5, 1872. McMinnville C. 1895; Br. U. 
1899; prof. Eng. Lit., McMinnville C. 1899-1902; grad. stud., H. U. 
1902-03; ord. Independence, Ore., Dec. 27, 1889; p. Harrisville, R. I., 
June 1903-June 1904; North Oxford, Mass., June 1904-June 1906; 
Holden, June 1906-Dec. 1907; Pendleton, Ore., Dec. 1907-?; Fort 
Rock; Harlem, Mont.; prof. English, Linfield C. 1928—; ad. Mc- 
Minnville, Ore. 

WILLARD STANLEY TEDFORD. 3. Grad. 
b. Windsor, N. B., May 6, 1874. A. Ac. U. 1903; ord. Brussels St. 
ch., St. John, N. B., July 12, 1906; miss. F. M. Bd., Mar. Prov., Bob- 
blili, India, Sept. 1906-08; Rayagadda, 1908- Apr. 1913; stu. Hart. 
T. S. 1913-14; M.S.Th. 1914; p. St. Andrews, N. B., Oct. 1914-Nov. 
1915; miss. F. M. Bd. Canadian Bapts., Palkonda, India, Nov. 1916- 
33; ad. Virginia Union University, Richmond. B.D., N. T. 1. 1937. 

-WILLIAM TOWER THAYER. 1. B.D. 

b. Clark's Gree, Pa., Aug. 3, 1876. Colg. U. 1900; R. T. S. 1903; ord. 
Cobleskill, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1903; p. Cobleskill, Aug. 1903-Aug. 1905; 
p. Ashland, Oct. 1905-Mar. 1907; 1st ch., Norwich, Conn., Apr. 1907- 
Oct. 1910; 1st ch., Wallingford, Oct. 1910-Sept. 1910; educ. p. Central 
ch., Providence, R. I., Oct. 1917-Sept. 1919; dir. of rel. educ, R. I., 
Jan. 1918-Sept. 1919; Conn., Oct. 1919-Sept. 1923; p. 1st ch., Ogdens- 
burg, N. Y., Nov. 1923-26; Presb. ch., Dexter, 1926-1 d. June 30, 
1935. S.T.D., Temple U. 1930. 

-SUMNER REDWAY VINTON. B.D. 

See class of 1900. 

NATHAN ROBINSON WOOD. B.D. 

See class of 1900. 



Ernest Malone Harris. 1. 
b. Norwood, N. C, Apr. 5, 1874. W. F. C. 1903; p. Wittenburg, 
N. S., 1904-05; R. T. S. 1905-07; Waterbury, Conn., 1904-05; S. B. 
T. S. 1905-08, Th.M. 1908; p. Bloomfield, Ky., July 1907- July 1908; 
Woodlake, and Great Crossings, July 1908-Apr. 1911, Great Cross- 
ings to Apr. 1912 ; Marion, Va., Apr. 1912- June 1918 ; 1st ch., Fulton, 
Mo., June 1918-Dec. 1920; Covington, Va., Dec. 1920-Feb. 1923; 
Thomas Mem. ch., Bennettsville, S. C, Feb. 1923-34; Aberdeen, N. C; 
ad. Aberdeen. 

Leslie Oran Loomer. 1. 
b. Walton, Hants Co., N. S., Jan. 26, 1878. Ac. U. 1903; p. Witten- 
burg, N. S., 1904-05; R. T. S. 1905-07; not ord.) p. Lower Stewiacke, 
N. S., 1909-10; author; horticulturist, 1910—; ad. Stewiacke, N. S. 

Lawrence Matthews Proctor. 1. 
b. near Columbia, Mo., Oct. 25, 1877. W. J. C. 1902; ord. Coleman, 
Mo., May 12, 1900; p. Coleman, Apr. 1900- Jan. 1903, and Lansing, 
Kans., May 1901- June 1902, and Drexel, Mo., June 1902-Sept. 1903; 
Pleasant Valley, Jan.-Sept. 1903; Independence Ave. ch., Kansas 
City, Dec. 1904- July 1909; Odessa, July 1909-Jan. 1915; Jefferson 
City, Mo., Feb. 1915- June 1919; Independence, July 1919-Aug. 1940; 
ret. ; ad. 315 N. Delaware St., Independence, Mo. 



224 Students — 1907 

1907 

FREDERICK MANNING ARMSTRONG. 
b. Halifax, N. S., Apr. 1, 1881. McM. U. 1901; tea. Bib. Sch., 
Burma, Oct. 1909-Aug. 1910; tea. high sch., 1911 — ; s. Stepney, Conn., 
Oct. 1916-Mar. 1917; dir. rel. educ, Un. Cong, ch., Bridgeport, Apr. 
1917- June 1919; act. p. Bapt. ch,, Stratfield, Mar. 1922-Sept. 1924; 
res. Fairfield, 1933 — ; ad. 16 Robson PL, Fairfield, Conn. 

ILSLEY BOONE. 3. B.D. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Mar. 5, 1879. Br. U. 1904 ; Turner Fellow, N. T. I. 
1907-09; instr. N. T. Gr. 1908-09; ord. Newton Centre, Jan. 10, 1909; 
author, series, The Conquering Christ, and ed. on Bible Study Union 
Lessons, 1909-10; ed. work on Missions, 1911-14; on Standard, 1914; 
p. Yarmouthville, Me., Nov. 1914-Nov. 1916; sec. Civic and Social 
Welfare Assoc, Nassau County, N. Y., Nov. 1916-Apr. 1918; p. Port 
Washington, N. Y., Apr. 1918-Apr. 1919; sec. Bapt. Laymen's Miss. 
Movement, Feb. 1919- June 1919; Interch. World Movement, June 
1919-Aug. 1920; ed. Educational Moton Pictures, 1920-?; ad. Sun- 
shine Park, Mays Landing, N. J. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1910. 

ALONZO BEE CHRISTIE. 3. B.D. 
b. Elkhorn, Ky., Oct. 23, 1876. ord. Salem ch., Culver, Mo., Apr. 27, 
1902; p. Deerfield, Mo., Apr. 1902- June 1903; Reading, Kans., June 
1903-Aug. 1904; Ott. U. 1904; miss. S. B. C, Brazil, 1907—; tea. Rio 
C. and Seminary 1908; ev. miss., Campos Field, 1909 — ; fd. and pres. 
Friburge A., Campos, 1910-18; gen. miss., State of Rio, 1910 — ; ad. 
Caixa 45, Petropolis, Brazil. 

BENJAMIN GEORGE EWALD. B.D. 

See class of 1904. 

CHARLES LEWIS FOWLER. 3. B.D. 

b. Matthews, N. C, Nov. 17, 1877. ord. New Hope ch., Morgan's 
Mills, N. C, Dec. 15, 1899; p. Morgan's Mills, Oct. 1899- June 1901; 
Unity ch., Simpsonville, S. C, Jan. 1902-Sept. 1904; Furman U. 
1904; p. Georgetown, Nov. 1904- June 1907; Clinton, S. C, Sept. 
1907- June 1911 ; pres. Lexington Fem. C, Lexington, Mo., July 1911- 
14; pres. Cox C, College Park, Ga., 1914-17; pres. Lanier U., Atlanta, 
Ga., 1917-21 ; ed. The American Standard, New York City, 1925 ; ed. 
and prop. The Gospel Forum, May 1908-Jan. 1911. D.D., Lanier U. 
1919; LL.D., U. So. Minn. 1916. No further record. 

LEMUEL ELMER McMILLAN FREEMAN. 2. B.D. 

b. Easley, S. C, June 4, 1879. ord. Cross Roads ch., Easley, June 14, 
1902; Furman U. 1904 (N. T. I. 1904-05; 1906-07) ; H. U. D. S. 1905- 
06; p. Hampton, S. C, June 1907-June 1908; U. Chic, June-Dec 
1908; S. B. T. S. 1909-10, Th.D. 1910; prof. Bib. and Phil., Meredith 
C, Raleigh, N. C, 1910—; ad. 317 East Jones St., Raleigh, N. C. 
*WILLIAM DAVID GOBLE. 3. B.D. 

b. Springfield, Mo., Sept. 17, 1871. ord. Weir City, Kans., Aug. 23, 
1900; p. North Ottawa, Sept. 1899- July 1904; Ott. U. 1904; p. Hing- 
ham, Mass., 1904-Mar. 1907; Middleboro, Apr. 1907-Feb. 1912; 1st 
ch., Fitchburg, Feb. 1912- Apr. 1921; 1st ch., Cambridge, Apr. 1921- 
Jan. 1935. d. Berea, Ky., June 23, 1935. 

ARTHUR SILAS LEWIS. 3. B.D. 
b. Parrsboro, N. S., Apr. Apr. 25, 1876. Ac. U. 1901; ord. Ayles- 
ford, N. S., July 12, 1901; p. Aylesford, Jan. 1901-June 1904; p. 
Stratford St. ch., Boston, Aug. 1904- June 1907; Bridgetown, N. S., 
July 1907- Apr. 1909; Zion ch., Yarmouth, May 1909-Jan. 1913; 
Windsor, Dec. 1913-Dec 1916; 1st ch., Regina, Sask., Jan. 1917-Apr. 



Students — 1907 225 

1922; Fairview, Vancouver, B. C, May 1922- Jan. 1925; 1st ch., 
Edmonton, Alta., Feb. 1925-?; Lakewood, 0.; Bremerton, Wash., 
1941—; ad. 1702 5th St., Bremerton, Wash. D.D., McM. U. 1924. 

DONALD HECTOR MacQUARRIE. 3. B.D. 

b. Malagawatch, N. S., Feb. 9, 1860. Ac. U. 1891; ord. Wolfville, 
Nov. 27, 1889; p. Campbellton, N. B., Dec. 1889-Sept. 1890; North 
Brookfield, N. S., June 1891-June 1893; North Sydney, July 1893- 
Sept. 1895; Port Maitland, Jan. 1896-Dec. 1898; Parrsboro, Jan. 
1899-May 1903; Lockport, Sept. 1903-Sept. 1904; p. Belfast, Me., 
July 1907-Sept. 1908; post, grad., N. T. I. 1908-10; p. Newton Upper 
Falls, Mar. 1909- June 1910; Canning, N. S., Jan. 1911-Oct. 1914; 
miss. Kings Co., Oct. 1914- Jan. 1915; p. North Bradfield, Apr. 1916- 
Nov. 1917; New Germany, Dec. 1917-Sept. 1922; Yarmouth North, 
Aug. 1923-May 1929; ret.; ad. Canning, N. S., S.T.M., N. T. I. 1909. 

*CHARLES REMINGTON McNALLY. B.D. 

See class of 1900. 

*CHARLES FRANCIS MIEIR. 3. B.D. 

b. Oskaloosa, la., May 26, 1873. ord. Burlington, Kans., July 23, 
1903; p. Burlington, July 1903- June 1904; Ott. U. 1904; p. Concordia, 
Kans., Oct. 1907-Nov. 1909 ; West Side ch., Seattle, Wash., Nov. 1909- 
Mar. 1913; Highlands ch., Portland, Ore., Jan. 1915- July 1918; in 
bus., 1923-27. d. Alhambra, Calif. ( ?), June 30, 1937. 

WILLIAM ELMER MONBECK. 1. B.D. 

b. New Columbia, Pa., July 19, 1873. S. B. T. S. 1896-97, 1898-99; 
ord. McFerran Mem. ch., Louisville, Ky., May 10, 1899; p. Liberty 
ch., Mitchell, Ind., 1st ch. Huron, and 1st ch., Campbellsburg, Feb. 
1899-Nov. 1900; Blue Mound, Kans., Apr. 1901-Apr. 1904; North 
Ottawa, July 1904- July 1906; Ott. U. 1906; p. Downs, Kans., July 
1907-Mar. 1910; Palisades, Colo., Mar. 1910-Apr. 1913; dir. rel. educ, 
A. B. P. S., Wash., May 1913-Feb. 1915; p. Colfax, Feb. 1915-Dec. 
1916; Coeur d'Alene, Ida., Dec. 1916-May 1920; Pullman, Wash., 
May 1920-33; Chehalis, 1933-40; Blaine, 1940—; ad. Blaine. D.D., 
Ott. U. 1928. 

ABNER FOSTER NEWCOMB. B.D. 

See class of 1903. 

CHARLES ALBERT PARKER. 3. B.D. 

b. Neponset, Mass., Mar. 17, 1878. Bost. U. 1904; ord. Hampton 
Falls, N. H., June 13, 1907; p. Hampton Falls and Seabrook, Apr. 
1907-Dec. 1913; Y. M. C. A. work, Portsmouth, Dec. 1913-Mar. 1915; 
p. Willington, Conn., Mar. 1915-Nov. 1918; Hampton Falls, Apr. 
1919, June 1924; Stratham and Kensington, 1924-31; Stratham, 1931- 
40; ad. Stratham, N. H. 

FERDINAND FRANCIS PETERSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Clyde, Kans., May 7, 1876. ord. Walnut, Feb. 12, 1900; p. Wal- 
nut, Feb. 1900-Oct. 1902, and Girard, Feb.-Oct. 1902; Girard, Oct. 
1902- July 1904; Ott. U. 1904; p. Elm St. chap., Everett, Oct. 1904- 
May 1907; 1st ch., Medford, June 1907- Jan. 1915; dir. rel. educ, 
Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1915- Jan. 1920; spec, chapl., Camp Devens, Sept. 
1917-Jan. 1919; dir. rel. educ. Bd. of Educ, N. B. C, Jan. 1920-Oct. 
1920; Mass. Bapt. Conv., Oct. 1920-Feb. 1924; Euclid Ave. ch., Cleve- 
land, O., Feb. 1924-Sept. 1925; Cent. Sq. ch., Portland, Me., Sept. 
1925-Mar. 1941; Weston, Mass., Mar. 1941—; fd. and dean of School 
of Methods, Ocean Park, Me., 1915-31; ad. 687 Boston Post Road, 
Weston, Mass. 



226 Students — 1907 

PERYL CLINTON REED 3. B.D. 

b. Mill Village, N. S., Jan. 1, 1878. Ac. U. 1902; ord. Spencer, Mass., 
Oct. 15, 1906 ; p. Spencer, Feb. 1906- June 1907 ; asst. p. Ashland Ave. 
ch., Toledo, 0., Aug. 1907-May 1908; p. Bridgewater, N. S., June 
1908- Aug. 1912; Sydney, Oct. 1912-Nov. 1915; Hantsport, Dec. 1915- 
Nov. 1917; Y. M. C. A., transport service, capt., act. chapl., Dec. 1917- 
Nov. 1919; Y. M. C. A. serv., Regina, Sask., Dec. 1919-Apr. 1921; dir. 
rel. educ. Sask. Bapt. Conv., May 1921-July 1922; p. Port Arthur, 
Ont., Sept. 1922-Nov. 1929; North Bay, Nov. 1929-Mar. 1937; Lind- 
say, Apr. 1937 — ; ad. 28 Cambridge St., Lindsay, Ont. 

NATHAN BRADFORD ROGERS. 3. B.D. 

b. Windham Hill, N. S., Sept. 3, 1871. Ac. U. 1898; ord. Mauger- 
ville, N. B., Feb. 4, 1903; p. Maugerville, Sept. 1901-Sept. 1904; p. 
Broadway chap., 1st cji., Fall River, Mass., June 1907-June 1909; 
stud. Sch. Expr., Boston, Aug. 1909-Apr. 1910; Northeast Harbor, 
Me., June 1910-Oct. 1913; Canton, Mass., Nov. 1913-Oct. 1921; Nan- 
tucket, Oct. 1921-Oct. 1941 ; ed. Nantucket Advocate, Feb. 1922- June 
1930; p. Bernardston, Oct. 1941 — ; ad. Depot St., Bernardston, Mass. 

ALBERT HAYES STANTON. 2. B.D. 
b. Ekonk, Conn., Mar. 27, 1878. Br. U. 1904 (N. T. I. 1904-05; 
1906-07) ; U. Oxford Eng., 1905-06; spec. stud. H. U. 1906-07; ord. 
Yarmouth, Me., Nov. 13, 1907; p. Yarmouth, Oct. 1907- Apr. 1911; 
Natick, Mass., May 1911-Mar. 1917; Jersey City, N. J., Apr. 1917- 
May 1929; supt. of evangelism, N. J. Bapt. Conv., June 1929 — ; ad. 
70 Oakland Rd., Maplewood, N. J. 

CHARLES ALBERT WATERS. 1. B.D. 
b. St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 16, 1876. Mo. State U.; W. J. C; K. C. T. S. 
1903-06; ord. Ramsey, Mo., 1899; p. Canton, 1899-1903; Manning, 
S. C, 1907-09; Columbia, 1910-14; Butler, Mo., 1915-23; 1st Meth. 
ch., Marionville, 1923 — . Present ad. unknown. 

ALLISON MASON WATTS. 3. B.D. 

b. Tenants Harbor, Me., June 1, 1878. Cy. C. 1903; tea. Craftsbury, 
Vt., 1903-04; ord. West Brattleboro, Vt., Jan. 2, 1908; p. West Brat- 
tleboro, Dec. 1907-June 1909; Johnson, July 1909-Apr. 1911; North 
Haven, Me., May 1911-Oct. 1913; Woodland, Dec. 1913-Nov. 1914; 
Rumney, N. H., Dec. 1914-Nov. 1917; Dixville, P. Q. and Norton, Vt., 
Dec. 1917-Oct. 1922; fed. ch., Westford, Nov. 1922-May 1936; 
Jamaica, Apr. 1936 — ; ad. Jamaica, Vt. 



David Orval Hopkins. 1. 

b. Llandybie, South Wales, Sept. 17, 1875. ord. Reading, Kans., 
Aug. 15, 1899; p. Reading, 1899-1900; Gardner, 1900-01; Ruhamah, 
1901-04; Ott. U. 1904; K. C. T. S. 1905-06; R. T. S. 1906-07; p. 
Rodehouse, 111., Sept. 1907- Aug. 1909; Cambridge, Aug. 1909-Sept. 
1911; Champaign, Sept. 1911-Ser»t. 1918; dist. supt. 111. Bapt. Conv., 
1918-?; ad. 410 W. Willow St., Normal, 111. S.T.D., Temple U. 1907. 

: John Hector Palmer. 1. 

b. Wilmot Valley, P. E. I., May 8, 1876. Br. U. 1904; Hart. T. S. 
1905-06; U. Chic, aut. 1907; ord. 1st ch., Providence, R. I., May 14, 
1906; p. Elkhorn, Wis., June 1906-Mar. 1908; Lonsdale, R. I., Mar. 
1908-Oct. 1910; fellow in Bib. Gr., U. Chic, Oct. 1910-11, B.D. 1911; 
p 2nd ch., Palmer, Mass., 1912-Oct. 1919; Cambridge, O., Nov. 1919- 
21. d. Zanesville, O., Nov. 6, 1921. 



Students — 1908 227 

1908 

ERNEST NEVILLE ARMSTRONG. 1.5. Grad. 
b. Chicacole, India, Nov. 5, 1878. McM. U. 1900 (N. T. I. 1900-Mar. 
1901; 1907-08) ; Bib. Trn. Sch., New York, N. Y., 1906-07; asst. miss. 
Rangoon, Burma, 1901-05; ord. Palmyra, Ont., May 18, 1910; p. 
Palmyra, Sept. 1909-Oct. 1910; U. Chic. D. S. 1910-12, B.D. 1911; 
miss. A. B. F. M. S., Rangoon, Burma, 1912-23; grad. stud., U. Chic, 
prof. Western Bapt. Theol. Inst., 1930—; ad. Y. M. C. A., Portland, 
Ore. S.T.M., Western Bapt. Theol. Inst. 1934; D.D., 1937. 

JAMES PERCIVAL BERKELEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 21, 1879. Mar. C. 1905; ord. Belling- 
ham, Mass., Sept. 29, 1908; fellow N. T. I., 1908-09 ; instr. Bib. depts., 
N. T. I., 1909-14; fellow, N. T., and stud, at Universities of Glasgow, 
Manchester, and Oxford, 1914-15; asst. prof, in Bib. depts., N. T. I., 
1915-19; stud. U. T. S., 1919; prof. rel. educ, N. T. I., 1919—; prof. 
Bib. Interp., O. T., 1942 — ; author since 1925 of Jesus Our Leader, 
1930; The Torch Bearers, 1931; The Two Ways, 1932; You Can Teach, 
1941; ad. 146 Institution Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 
1922, Mar. C. 1935. 

ALBERT McKENZIE BOGGS. 1. B.D. 
b. Nellore, India, May 18, 1883. Ac. U. 1903; R. T. S. 1904-05; 
S. B. T. S. 1905-07; ord. Clarendon St. ch., Boston, Sept. 16, 1908; 
miss. A. B. M. U., 1908 — ; Narasaravupeta, India, Nov. 1908-Feb. 
1909; Secunderabad, Feb. 1909-Nov. 1912; Faruknagar, Nov. 1912- 
Nov. 1914; Sattenapalle, Nov. 1914-Oct. 1917; Narasaravupeta, Sept. 
1917-Sept. 1918; Mahbubnager, Oct. 1920-Mar. 1927; Narasaravu- 
peta, Mar. 1927-Sept. 1928; Ramapatnam, Oct. 1932-May 1939, Kur- 
nool and Secunderabad, Jan. 1941 — ; author since 1925, Muham- 
madanism in Telugu, 1928; ad. American Baptist Mission, Kurnool, 
India. D.D., Ac. U. 1932. 

LEON JERMAIN BRACE. 3. B.D. 
b. Dundee, N. Y., May 2, 1877. U. R. 1905; ord. Greenfield, Sept. 
1908; p. Greenfield, June 1908-May 1916; Summit Ave. ch., Jersey 
City, N. J., May 1916-Sept. 1922; Lehigh Ave. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., 
Sept. 1922- July 1927; Lenox Rd. ch., Brooklyn, Sept. 1928-May 1940; 
prof. E. B. T. S., Philadelphia, Pa., 1927-28; ad. 3 Waverly Place, 
Plainfield, N. J. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1912. 

BERTRAN CLYDE BUGBEE. 3. B.D. 
b. Eastford, Conn., Nov. 6, 1878. Br. U. 1905; ord. Warrenville, 
Conn., Nov. 2, 1909; s. Princeton, Me., June-Nov. 1908; p. Warren- 
ville, Conn., Sept. 1909-Aug. 1925; Cong, ch., Ashford, 1915-24; ad. 
Kennebunk, Me. 

*FRANK LEWIS CANN. B.D. 
See class of 1904. 

AUTHER FRANKLIN COLVER. 3. B.D. 
b. Shell Rock, la., July 31, 1878. Des M. C. 1905; ord. Dillon, Mont., 
Sept. 11, 1908; p. Dillon, Aug. 1908-Mar. 1911; Webster City, la., 
Apr. 1911-Nov. 1913; Marshalltown, Dec. 1913- June 1914; s. Weiser, 
Ida., Apr.-Nov. 1915; p. St. Paul, Minn., Feb. 1916-May 1917; Black- 
foot, Ida., May 1917-Apr. 1920; Spokane, Wash., Apr. 1920-Apr. 
1924; Boise, Ida., Apr. 1924-28; Fort Collins, Colo., 1928; Calvary 
ch., San Bernardino, Calif., 1930; San Diego; ad. 3532 Eugene PL, 
San Diego, Calif. 



228 Students — 1908 

EARLE WINTHROP DARROW. 2. B.D. 

b. Waterford, Conn., Oct. 15, 1879. C. T. S. 1900-01; ord. Sterling, 
Conn., Dec. 15, 1901; p. Sterling, Oct. 1901- June 1906; p. Willing- 
ton, Conn., Dec. 1908-Nov. 1915; West Hartford, Nov. 1915- July 
1920; 1st ch., Holyoke, Mass., Sept. 1920-May 1938; act. p. Water- 
ford, Conn., 1940-41; ad. 69 Cumberland St., Hartford, Conn. A.M., 
T. C. 1918. 

WILLIAM GRAHAM EVERSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Wooster, O., July 1, 1879. 1st serg., Co. E, 158th Ind. Vol. inf., in 
Spanish war; F. C. 1903, phy. dir., 1897-1903; ord. Richmond, Ind., 
July 18, 1901 ; p. Morgantown and Lewis Creek, Jan. 1901-June 1903 ; 
1st ch., Columbus, July 1903-Sept. 1905; p. Glenwood ch., Everett, 
Feb. 1906-May 1908 ; College Ave. ch., Indianapolis, Ind., May 1908- 
May 1911; 1st ch., Newport, Ky., May 1911-Sept. 1913; Fourth Ave. 
ch., Louisville, Sept. 1913-Jan. 1915; Norwood, O., Jan. 1915-May 
1921; World War: maj., lieut. col., col., 332nd inf., and brig. gen. 
U. S. A., 76th inf. brigade; cited and decorated by England, France, 
Italy, U. S., Serbia Fiume, Montenegro ; p. 1st ch., Muncie, Ind., May 
1921-29; p. emer. 1929-31; Denver, Colo., 1931-32; White Temple, 
Portland, Ore., 1932-38; pres. Linfield C. 1938—; author since 1925, 
The Challenge of the Impossible, 1926; The Great Obstacle to World 
Peace, 1927; Forever as the Stars, 1932; Some Trails of Challenge, 
1933; ad. Linfield College, McMinnville, Ore. 

WILLIAM AUSTIN HILL. B.D. 

See class of 1904. 

CAIUS ORRINGTON HOWLETT. 3. B.D. 
b. Annandale, P. E. I., Oct. 28, 1877. Ac. U. 1905; ord. Sydney 
Mines, N. S., Nov. 7, 1908; p. Sydney Mines, Sept. 1908- June 1912; 
Moncton, N. B., June 1912- June 1917; Bath, June 1917-May 1921; 
Andover, May 1921- June, 1928; Lawrencetown, N. S., June 1928- 
Sept. 1939; Sable River, 1939—; ad. Sable River, N. S. 

JOHN STACY KEELY. 3. B.D. 
b. Charleston, W. Va., May 8, 1875. W. Va. U. 1905; ord. Fayville, 
Feb. 18, 1909; p. Fayville, Feb. 1909-10; East Brookfield, May 1910- 
19; res. Worcester; Cincinnati, O.; Portland, Me.; ad. 70 Park Ave., 
Portland, Me. 

YORK ADAM KING. B.D. 

See class of 1899. 

ELIAS CORDER MILLER. 3 B.D. 
b. Higginsville, Mo., May 7, 1870. W. J. C. 1902; ord. Fairville, Mo., 
Aug. 20, 1902; p. Fairville, June 1902-Sept. 1905; p. Newton Upper 
Falls, Oct. 1905-May 1907; Rowley, June 1907- June 1908; North ch., 
New Bedford, Oct. 1908-11; Attleboro, Dec. 1912- July 1919; sec. 
Y. M. C. A., overseas, July 1918-Mar. 1919; Lexington, Mo., Sept. 
1919-?; Chicago, 1934. No further record. 

ROBERT HENRY PRATT. 3. B.D. 
b. Portland, Me., July 8, 1882. U. Minn. 1905; ord. 1st ch., Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Aug. 16, 1907 ; p. Hebron ch., St. Paul, Oct. 1908- June 
1910; West Concord, Minn., Oct. 1910-Oct. 1912; River Falls, Wise, 
Oct. 1912-Oct. 1914; Sheboygan Falls, Oct. 1914- Jan. 1918; Beatrice, 
Nebr., Mar. 1918- June 1919; Wayne, June 1919- Jan. 1921; Mount 
Carroll, 111., Jan. 1921- Jan. 1926; Evansville, Wise, Jan. 1926-Dec. 
1931; Oconomowoc, Dec. 1931- Apr. 1939; Merrill, Apr. 1939-43; 
Berlin, 1943—; ad. 812 Park St., Berlin, Wis. S.T.M., N. T. 1. 1915. 



Students — 1909 229 

*WILLARD LESLIE PRATT. 3. B.D. 

b. Parrsboro, N. S., Nov. 15, 1878. Br. U. 1905 ; ord. Brewer, Me., 
Sept. 22, 1908; p. Brewer, June 1908-Nov. 1913; Rockland, Dec. 1913- 
Nov. 1920; chapl., U. S. A., Nov.-Dec. 1918; Stoughton St. ch., Bos- 
ton, Mass., Nov. 1920-29. d. Dorchester, Dec. 5, 1929. 

♦ARTHUR GEORGE ROBERTS. 3. B.D. 

b. Radnor, O., Mar. 31, 1880. O. Wes. U. 1904; ord. Belfast, Me., 
Jan. 14, 1909; p. Belfast, Nov. 1908-11; stud. Gen. T. S., New York, 
N. Y., Oct. 1911-12, B.D. 1913; ord. Epis. dea., June, 1912, pt., May 
1912 ; pt. in charge, Corona, May 1913-41. d. Brooklyn, 1941. 

*JOHN HARRISON THOMPSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Iowa City, la., May 20, 1884. Br. U. 1905; ord. Holyoke, July 3, 
1908; p. 1st ch., Holyoke, Aug. 1908-May 1911; Ludlow, Vt., June 
1911-Nov. 1913; Randolph, Apr. 1913-Aug. 1916; state ev., Vt. Bapt. 
Conv., 1913-14; p. South Norwalk, Conn., Sept. 1916-May 1919; rural 
survey supervisor, Interch. World Movement, Me., 1919-20; p. 1st ch., 
Portland, May 1920-Dec. 1924; ch. Wollaston, Mass., Dec. 1925-Feb. 
1930; Northwestern ch., Detroit, Mich., Mar. 1930-32. d. Detroit, 
Jan. 14, 1932. 

GEORGE EVERETT TOMPKINSON. 1. B.D. 

b. Uxbridge, Ont., Oct. 1, 1883. McM. U. 1905; McM. U. D. S. 1904- 
07; ord. 1st ch., Lowell, June 12, 1907; asst. p. 1st ch., Lowell, May 
1907-Feb. 1910; p. Southbridge, Feb. 1910-Sept. 1913; Brattleboro, 
Vt., Sept. 1913-Sept. 1917; Oak Lane, Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 1917- 
May 1922; in bus., 1923—; ad. 1821 1st Natl. Bank Bldg., Detroit, 
Mich. B.Th., McM. U. D. S. 1907. 

*CASSIUS ALEXANDER WARD. 3. B.D. 

b. Goodman, Miss., May 7, 1877. ord. Goodman, Dec. 17, 1897; p. 
Vaiden, 1898-99; Tullohoma, Tenn., 1900-01; Columbia, 1901-05; 
R. W. U. 1905; p. Ebenezer ch., Boston, July 1908-28; Pittsburg, Pa., 
1928-37. d. Pittsburg, Jan. 10, 1937. 

*ROBERT LEE WEBB. B.D. 

See class of 1893. 



Henry Allen Cook. 1. 
b. Moline, 111., Mar. 12, 1883. U. Wis. 1905 ; not ord. ; prin. high sch., 
Fifield, Wis.; Arena; Merrill; ad. Merrill, Wis. M.A., U. Wis. 1930. 
*Edward Howe Cotton. 2. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 21, 1881. Cy. C. 1905; U. T. S. 1907-08; ord. 
Provincetown, Mass., Mar. 30, 1909; rec. to Unit, min., Oct. 2, 1911; 
p. Unity Cong, ch., Danvers, 1911-17; overseas Y. M. C. A. serv., 
1917-18; org. Community ch., Danvers, Mass., 1918-19; assoc. ed. 
Christian Register, 1919-29; p. Unit, ch., Marblehead, 1922-36; Flor- 
ence, 1936-42 ; author ; lect. d. Florence, Mar. 31, 1942, 

1909 

*IRA MILLARD BAIRD. 3. B.D. 

b. Clementsvale, N. S., Dec. 18, 1871. Ac. U. 1902; ord. Brookfield, 
N. S., Oct. 2, 1902; p. Brookfield, June 1902- June 1904; Moncton, 
N. B., June 1904-Sept. 1906; p. Temple ch., Yarmouth, N. S., June 
1909-1912; New London, N. H., May 1912-Feb. 1921. d. Yarmouth, 
N. S., May 4, 1921. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1911. 

HARRIS MERRILL BARBOUR. 3. B.D. 
b. Fall River, Mass., Sept. 6, 1884. Br. U. 1906; ord. Arlington 
Heights, June 14, 1909 ; p. Arlington Heights, June 1909- June 1911 ; 



230 Students — 1909 

fellow and asst. in Phil., Br. U. 1911-13 ; prof. Phil, and Hist., Milton 
C., Milton, Wise., 1913-21; p. Ripon, Sept. 1922—; assoc. prof. 
Ripon C. 1924-28; prof. 1928—; ad. 404 Oak St., Ripon, Wis. A.M., 
Br. U. 1913. 

CHARLES RAYMOND CHAPPELL. 3. B.D. 

b. New London, Conn., Nov. 3, 1882. Br. U. 1906; ord. Bath, Me., 
Mar. 30, 1910; p. 1st ch., Bath, Feb. 1910- July 1919; Central ch., 
Middleborough, Mass., July 1919- June 1926; Keene, N. H., June 
1926-Dec. 1935; gen. sec. United Bapt. Conv. of N. H., Dec. 1935—; 
ed. New Hampshire Baptist News', ad. 404 Walnut St., Manchester. 

*FRANK GEORGE DAVIS. B.D. 

See class of 1880. 

CARL HERMAN LAGER. 3. B.D. 

b. Sodermanland, Sweden, July 7, 1878. Betelseminaret 1902-05; 
U. Chic. 1905-06; Ewing C. 1908; Turner Fellow, O. T., N. T. I. 1909- 
11; res. Am. Sch of Oriental Research in Jerusalem, 1910-11; Colg. 
U., post-grad., 1911-13; fellow in Semitics, U. Chic. 1913-15; ord. 
New Bedford, Mass., June 28, 1909; p. Swedish ch., New Bedford, 
June-Nov. 1909; prof. O. T., Heb., and Swedish, Brandon C, Bran- 
don, Manit., 1915-32; lect. and publicist, 1936 — ; ad. 5 Jenny Lind 
St., New Bedford, Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1913. 

*CLARENCE VIRGIL THOMPSON RICHESON. 3. B.D. 

b. Rose Hill, Va. W. J. C. 1900-06; post-grad., N. T. I. 1909-10; p. 
Budd Park, Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 1902-Sept. 1903; Drexel, Sept. 
1903-Sept. 1906; Newton Upper Falls, Mass., Sept. 1907- June 1908; 
Hyannis, June 1908- Apr. 1910; Cambridge, d. Cambridge, May 21, 
1912. 

WILLIAM JOHN RUTLEDGE. 3. B.D. 

b. Castledeog, Tyrone, Ire., May 16, 1864. ord. Mahone Bay, N. S. 
Apr. 11, 1892; p. Mahone Bay, 1892-94; Ac. U. 1896; p. Woodstock 
N. B., Sept. 1896-Apr. 1899; Goldboro, N. S., Apr. 1899-Apr. 1901 
Port Maitland, Apr. 1901-Oct. 1906; p. Berwick, N. S., July 1909-13 
South Boston, Mass., May 1913-Oct. 1921; Whitman, Oct. 1921-24 
East Boston, 1924-31; Meredith, N. H., 1931-34; Dorchester, Mass., 
1938-42; res. Denver, Colo., 1942—; ad. Denver, Colo. 

HORACE BLANCHARD SLOAT. 3. B.D. 
b. Tracy's Mills, N. B., Oct. 30, 1873. Tea. pub. schs., 1893-95; Ac. 
U. 1899; ord. Marysville, N. B., Oct. 5, 1899; p. Marysville, June 
1899-Dec. 1900; Milton, N. S., Jan. 1901-Aug. 1906; p. New London, 
N. H., and instr. Bib. Lit., C. A., May 1909-Feb. 1912; 1st ch., Water- 
bury, Conn., Mar. 1912-20; dir. Promotion, Conn. Bapt. Conv., 1920- 
24, sec. Promotion, 1924-36; ed. and man. The Connecticut Baptist, 
1920-36; ret.; ad. South Willington, Conn. D.D., Ac. U. 1937. 

*HENRY CHARLES SPEED. B.D. 
See class of 1899. 

FRANK AUBREY STARRATT. 1. Grad. 
b. Paradise, N. S., Feb. 7, 1865. Ac. U. 1892; U. Chic. 1892-93; ord. 
Grafton, N. Dak., May 17, 1893; p. Grafton, 1893-95; Pearsall, Tex., 
1895-1901; Stoneham, Mass., 1903-09; prof. Christ. Theol., Colg. 
T. S., 1909-1920; stud. U. Chic. 1915-16; far. Sherbourne, N. Y., 
1920-?; Smyrna; ad. Smyrna, N. Y. D.D., Ac. U. 1920. 

ROY EUGENE WHITTEMORE. 3. B.D. 
b. Hyde Park, Mass., Mar. 8, 1883. Bost. U. 1906; ord. Hyde Park, 
June 15, 1909; p. Hancock, Aug. 1909-Dec. 1911; Agawam, Dec. 1911- 



Students — 1910 231 

Nov. 1914; Middlebury, Vt., Nov. 1914- Aug. 1920; Marquette, Mich., 
Sept. 1920-Sept. 1924; Wayne, Pa., Sept. 1924-Feb. 1929; Scottdale, 
Feb. 1929 — and Olive Branch ch. (near Smithton), Aug. 1934 — ; ad. 
503 Arthur Ave., Scottdale, Pa. 

JAMES CLEMENT WILSON. 3. B.D. 

b. White Head, Grand Manan, N. B., Apr. 27, 1879. U. N. B. 1905; 
ord. Free Bapt. min., Tracy Station, Sept. 20, 1904; p. Gibson, Sept. 
1903-Aug. 1906; p. New Cross St. ch., Somerville, Mass., Apr. 1907- 
Jan. 1909; Chelmsford St. ch., Lowell, Feb. 1909-Feb. 1913; 1st ch., 
New Glasgow, N. S., Feb. 1913-Sept. 1915; World War, Europe, Sept. 
1916-July 1919; grad. stud., Bost. U. 1919-20; p. 1st ch., Norwood, 
Mass., July 1920-Sept. 1922; in bus., Boston, 1922. Present ad. 
unknown. 

*JONAS PETER ZETTERVALL. 3. B.D. 

b. Njurunda, Medelpad, Sweden, Oct. 2, 1880. Betelseminariet, 1902- 
05; U. Chic. 1905-06; ord. Washington St. ch., Lynn, June 29, 1908; 
p. Swedish ch., Lynn, June 1908-Oct. 1909 ; 1st Swedish ch., Worces- 
ter, Nov. 1909-Oct. 1913; Winnipeg, Manit., Nov. 1913-Nov. 1920; 
tea. Swedish dept., Brandon C, Brandon, Man., 1914-15; miss., West- 
ern Canada, Dec. 1920-May 1922; p. Jamestown, N. Y., June 1922-25. 
d. Jamestown, Oct. 22, 1925. 



George Ross Maurice Wells. 2. 
b. Moose Jaw, Sask., June 16, 1884. McM. U. 1906; H. U. 1908-09; 
ord. South Chelmsford, May 27, 1908; p. South Chelmsford, May 
1908- June 1909; Towson, Md., Oct. 1909-Oct. 1911; stud. J. H. U. 
1909-11, asst. 1911-12; instr. and assoc. prof. Psy., Oberlin, 1912-17; 
prof. Psy., W. U. 1917-20; capt. San. Corps, U. S. Army, 1918; prof. 
Psy., Hart. T. S. Foundation, 1920 — ; author since 1925, Individuality 
and Social Restraint, 1928; The Art of Being a Person, 1939; ad. 
94 Sherman St., Hartford, Conn. 
*William Drummond Whan. 1.5. 

b. Bell Ewart, Ont., Dec. 1, 1881. McM. U. 1906; U. Chic. D. S. Jan. 
1908-09; ord. Aurora, 111., Feb. 1, 1910; p. Aurora, Nov. 1909-Nov. 
1912; 1st ch., Greeley, Colo., Feb. 1913- Aug. 1917; Y. M. C. A. serv., 
San Antonio, Tex., Aug. 1917- June 1918; Fort Sheridan, 111., June- 
Oct. 1918; chapl., 1st lieut., Nov. 1918- June 1919; p. 1st ch., Billings, 
Mont., July 1919- Jan. 1924; 1st ch., Waukegan, 111., Jan. 1924-32; 
Aurora, 1932-33; Pontiac, 1933-1 d. Nov. 1938. 

1910 

WILLIAM ERNEST BRAISTED. B.D. 

See class of 1902. 

PHANUEL BISHOP COVELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Rehoboth, Mass., Feb. 5, 1881. Br. U. 1907; ord. Nantucket, June 
29, 1910; p. 1st ch., Nantucket, Mar. 1910-Dec. 1913; Marblehead, 
Dec. 1913-Jan. 1918; 1st lieut., chapl. U. S. Army, U. S. and France, 
Dec. 1917-Sept. 1919; p. Brookville, Mass., Sept. 1919-Apr. 1924; 
Newton Sq. ch., Worcester, Apr. 1924-33; Everett, 1933-39; Groton, 
1939-41 ; ret. ; ad. Worcester, Mass. 

EARLE BENNETT CROSS. 3. B.D. 

b. Rangoon, Burma, Nov. 27, 1883. Br. U. 1905- post-grad., 1905-06, 
1907-08, Ph. D. 1909 (N. T. I. 1906-07; 1908-10) ; ord. Cranston St. 
ch., Providence, R. I., June 16, 1910; p. Central Ave. ch., Dover, 
N. H., June 1910-Dec. 1915; 1st ch., New Britain, Conn., Jan. 1916- 



232 Students — 1910 

Dec. 1918 ; asst. sec. Victory Campaign, Jan.-June 1919 ; with Interch. 
World Movement, July 1919- June 1920; sec. Internatl. Committee 
Y. M. C. A., Sept.-Dec. 1920; asst. A. B. F. M. S., Jan. 1921-Jan. 
1922, asst. sec, Jan. 1922-1923; Hoyt prof. Heb. Lang, and Lit., 
R. T. S., July 1923-28; C. R. D. S. 1928—; author since 1925; The 
Hebrew Family, 1927; Proverbs (Commentary), 1929; Modern Wor- 
ship and the Psalter, 1932; The Ideal of a Home, 1934; ad. 76 Dart- 
mouth St., Rochester, N. Y. 

GEORGE HERBERT HOLT. 3. B.D. 

b. Clay Centre, Kans., Oct. 24, 1882. Ott. U. 1907; ord. Jamestown, 
R. I., June 21, 1910 ; p. Jamestown, June 1910- Jan. 1912 ; Barre, Vt., 
Feb. 1912-Feb. 1916; Corona, Calif., Feb. 1916- June 1920; Fairview 
Heights, Inglewood ; 1921-23 ; Burlingame, 1926-33 ; assoc. sec. North- 
ern Calif .-Nevada Conv., 1938-41 ; ad. 2631 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, 
Calif. D.D., Linfield C. 1937. 

DANIEL CLARENCE HOLTON. 3. B.D. 

b. Jackson, Mich., July 7, 1884. Kal. C. 1907; ord. Jackson, Mich., 
Sept. 2, 1910; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Tokyo, Japan, 1910—; tea. C. 
dept., Duncan A. 1910-1915; prof. Ch., Hist., Japan Bapt. T. S. 1915- 
17, 1920— ; fellow, dept. Ch. Hist., U. Chic. 1917-19, Ph.D. 1919; 
author; ed. Christian Movement in Japan, 1922-23-24; Transactions 
of the Asiatic Society in Japan; on furlough in U. S.; ad. Care of 
American Bapt. Foreign Mission Soc, 152 Madison Ave., New York, 
N. Y. 

FARRAR STEWART KINLEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Cape Wolfe, P. E. I., Feb. 25, 1880. Ac. U. 1906; ord. Lower 
Granville, N. S., Jan. 29, 1907; p. Lower Granville, July 1906-Aug. 
1907; p. Christ, ch., Ogunquit, Me., June 1910-Mar. 1915; 1st Bapt. 
ch., Westerly, R. I., Apr. 1915-Oct. 1919; Windsor, N. S., Nov. 1919- 
Feb. 1929; Livermore Falls, Me., Mar. 1929—; ad. 25 Church St., 
Livermore Falls, Me. 

♦WILLIAM HOYLE LANE. B.D. 

See class of 1883. 

GEORGE BURTON MARSTON. B.D. 

See class of 1905. 

HERMANN GEORGE PATT. 3. B.D. 
b. London, Eng., June 6, 1882. Colg. U. 1906; tea. Alderson A., W. 
Va., 1906-07; ord. Berean Temple ch., Dorchester, May 26, 1910; p. 
Granville, and Southwick, Apr. 1909-Sept. 1914; headmaster Han- 
cock A., Hancock, N. H., 1914-17; supt. schs., Hinsdale, Peru, Wash- 
ington, Windsor, Mass., 1917-19; Holland, Wales, Warren, 1919-22; 
Auburn, Sutton, 1922-23; Manchester-by-the-Sea, 1923-28; Newport, 
R. I., 1928; Granville, Mass., 1928-37; ret.; ad. Granville, Mass. 

JOHN SCOTT PENDLETON. 3. B.D. 
b. Northport, Me., Mar. 6, 1884. Ba. C. 1907; ord. Dudley St. ch., 
Boston, Mass., May 16, 1910; p. Bradford, N. H., Jan. 1910-Apr. 
1915; Farmington, Me., Apr. 1915-Dec. 1918; Bangor, Dec. 1918- 
Sept. 1926; exec. sec. United Bapt. Conv. of Maine, Sept. 1926 — ; ad. 
Waterville, Me. 

FREEMAN JOHN SCOTT. 1. B.D. 
b. Tobo Township, Ont., June 13, 1874 McM. U. 1899 ; ord. Moosomin, 
Assa., July 18, 1899; p. Moosomin, 1899-1901; Boissevain, Man., 1901- 
03; Markham, Ont., 1903-05; McM. U. D. S. 1903-05, B.Th. 1905; p. 
Peterboro, Ont., 1905-07; Plymouth, Mass., July 1908-Oct. 1911; in 
bus., Nov. 1911 — ; ad. in 1925, 645 Ocean Ave., Portland, Me. 



Students — 1911 233 

♦WALTER BRADLEY SHUMWAY. B.D. 

See class of 1894. 

WALTER DOUGLAS SWAFFIELD 3. B.D. 
b. Harvey, N. B., Oct. 6, 1884. Br. U. 1908; ord. 1st ch., Lawrence, 
May 27, 1910; p. Danielson, Conn., June 1910-May 1917; Trenton St. 
ch., East Boston, Mass., May 1917-Sept. 1920; Keene, N. H., Sept. 
1920-Mar. 1926; Winthrop St. ch., Taunton, Mass., Mar. 1926—; ad. 
44 Winthrop St., Taunton, Mass. D.D., Va. Un. U. 1939. 

*CHARLES HORACE WHEELER. B.D. 

See class of 1885. 

*JONAS HAMILTON WOODSUM. B.D. 

See class of 1900. 



Charles Wesley Allen. 3. Cert. 
b. Lockhartville, N. S., Jan. 31, 1872. Hort. A., 2 yrs. (N. T. I. spec. 
1897-99, reg. course, 1908-10, omitted jun. O. T., rec. spec, cert.) ; 
ord. Newton Upper Falls, Apr. 27, 1899 ; p. Newton Upper Falls, Dec. 
1898- June 1900; 3rd ch., Middleboro, Sept. 1900-Aug. 1907; Rock- 
port, Sept. 1907-Oct. 1909; s. Milford, Nov. 1909- June 1910; p. June 
1910-Mar. 1915; Dedham, Mar. 1915- Aug. 1918; Y. M. C. A. war 
serv., Aug. 1918- June 1920; act. p. and s. Weymouth, Mass., Sept. 
1919- June 1920, p. June 1920-29; Braintree Highlands, 1929-37; lib. 
New England Baptist Library, 1938 — ; ad. 15 Arcadia Rd., Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 

John Bradford Pengelly. 0.5. 
b. Brantford, Ont., May 12, 1881. McM. U. 1906; ord. Baker Hill, 
Dec. 18, 1906; p. Baker Hill and 2nd ch., Markham, May 1906- Aug. 
1907; U. Chic, Jan. 1908-Dec. 1910, B.D. 1910; ord. Epis. dea., Chi- 
cago, 111., Dec. 19, 1909; pt., June 11, 1910; r. St. Edmund's ch., 
Chicago, Jan. 1909-Sept. 1913; St. Paul's Parish, Sept. 1913-May 
1924; in bus., Flint, Mich., 1924-34; Y. M. C. A. serv., overseas; 
author; res. Leamington, Ont., 1934; 7 South Dearborn St., Chicago, 
111., 1941. Present ad. unknown. 

Basil Boise Wood. 1.5. 
b. Beaver Dam, Wis., Dec. 26, 1881. Br. U. 1905; asst. lib. Berkshire 
Athenaeum, Pittsfield, Mass., Springfield City Library; Westerly, 
R. I.; lib. Mass. State C, Nov. 1924 — ; ad. Amherst, Mass. Son of 
N. E. Wood, president, 1899-1908. 

1911 

LEMUEL ERNEST ACKLAND. 3. B.D. 

b. Hampshire, P. E. I., Feb. 15, 1881. Ac. U. 1908; ord. Amherst, 
N. S., Dec. 23, 1908; p. Bridgewater, Mass., Mar. 1911-1914; Summer- 
side, P. E. I., Apr. 1914-1917; North ch., Halifax, N. S., 1917-19; 
Woodstock, N. B., 1919-22; Sydney, N. S., Jan. 1923-Oct. 1928; 
Bridgetown, N. S., Oct. 1928-Nov. 1934; St. Stephen, N. B., Dec. 
1934-43; Shelburne, N. S., 1943—; ad. Shelburne, N. S. 

"HERBERT SIMPSON BAGNALL. 3. B.D. 

b. Hazel Grove, P. E. I., Dec. 3, 1880. Ac. U. 1908; ord. Lawrence- 
town, N. S., June 9, 1908; p. Lawrencetown, June 1908-July 1909; p. 
Heath ch., Calgary, Alta., June 1911-12; miss, and builder of chs., 
1912-16; p. Nelson, B. C, 1916-19; Medicine Hat, Alta., Oct. 1919- 
Aug. 1920. d. near Formost, Alta., Aug. 11, 1920. 



234 Students — 1911 

ORVIE EUSTACE BAKER. 3. B.D. 

b. Lowry City, Mo., Sept. 21, 1871. S. W. B. C. 1895; tea. 1895-97; 
prof. Math., Pierce City C. 1898-1900; pres. Hall-Moody Inst., Martin, 
Tenn., 1900-02; Dickson Norm. C. 1902-04; ord. McEwen, Tenn., Oct. 
21, 1903; p. McEwen, Oct. 1903-Sept. 1904; Belmont ch., Nashville, 
Sept. 1904-Dec. 1906; prin. State Sch. for Blind, Nashville, 1904-07; 
instr. Hist, and Lat., Columbia Mil. A., Columbia, Tenn., 1911-13; 
prof. S. C. 1913-18; oversea Y. M. C. A. serv., 1918-19; prof. Sociol. 
and Hist., Simmons C. 1920—; ad. 1242 North 18th St., Abilene, Tex. 

WILLIAM ELMER BLAKE. 3. B.D. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Aug. 14, 1884. Colg. U. 1908; ord. 1st ch., 
Haverhill, May 31, 1911; p. Mendon, June 1910-Oct. 1911; Grafton, 
Oct. 1911- Jan. 1918; sec. Y. M. C. A., Nov. 1919, Fort Adams, New- 
port, R. I., Block Island, Newport News, Va. ; p. Horace Mem. ch., 
Chelsea, Mass., Nov. 1920-Mar. 1931 ; asst. sec. New Hampshire Conv., 
Apr. 1931-Oct. 1933; act. p. Chester, 1934-35; Lincoln Pk. ch., West 
Newton, Mass., 1935 — ; ad. 40 Lincoln Park, West Newton, Mass. 

*HENRY ROSEBROOK BOYER. 3. B.D. 

b. East Florenceville, N. B., Aug. 13, 1878. U. N. B. 1904-08; ord. 
Waterloo St. ch., St. John, Oct. 9, 1905; p. Gibson, Oct. 1906-Sept. 
1908; p. 1st Free Bapt. ch., Cambridge, Nov. 1908- June 1911; Bapt. 
ch., Fairville, N. B., June 1911-May 1914; dist. sec. Canadian Bib. 
Soc, May 1914-Sept. 1919; p. Temple ch., Halifax, N. S., Oct. 1919- 
Feb. 1924; exec. sec. Maritime Bapt. Conv., Mar. 1924-33; 1st Un. 
Bapt. ch., Moncton, 1933-39. d. Moncton, Nov. 24, 1939. S.T.M., 
N. T. I. 1914. 

*CHARLES LaFOREST CHAMBERLAIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Auburn, Me., Oct. 18, 1869. C. U. 1893-95; ord. Eastford, Conn., 
July 30, 1902; p. Eastford and Westford, Apr. 1902-May 1904; Im. 
ch., Bridgeport, June 1904-Oct. 1905; Hancock, Mass., Nov. 1905- 
Oct. 1908; p. Bellingham, Nov. 1908-Mar. 1911; Warner, N. H., Apr. 
1911-Nov. 1913; Lakeport, Nov. 1913-Apr. 1918; Lebanon, Apr. 1918- 
Oct. 1922; Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 1922-27; W. Townsend, 1927-31. 
d. Leominster, Oct. 11, 1934. 

EDWARD FRANCIS CHANDLER. 3. B.D. 

b. London, Eng., Dec. 24, 1883. Mag. U. 1908; ord. Dighton, Mass., 
Apr. 14, 1911 ; p. Ormond, Ont., June 1911-June 1916 ; Oshawa, July 
1916-May 1917; Presb. ch., Kilsyth, Oct. 1917-May 1921; Duff's ch., 
Walton, May 1921- June 1925; Un. ch., Fordwich, July 1926- June 
1931; Guilds, July 1931- June 1933; St. Andrew's ch., Kippen, July 
1933- June 1941; St. Paul's ch., Parkhill, July 1941—; ad. Parkhill, 
Ont. 

EDWARD CARROLL CONDICT. 3. B.D. 
b. Scranton, Pa., Apr. 1, 1886. Bu. U. 1908; ord. Trenton, N. J., 
June 12, 1911; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, 1911—; ad. Am. Bapt. 
Chin Mission, Thayetmyo, Burma. D.D., Bu. U. 1935. 

WESLEY HERBERT DES JARDINS. 3. B.D. 

b. Bad Axe, Mich., Aug. 4, 1878. Kal. C. 1908; ord. Holden, Mass., 
Nov. 28, 1911; p. Holden, Sept. 1911-Apr. 1914; Saxtons River, Vt., 
May 1914-17; serv. with Army and Navy Y. M. C. A., 1917-24; r. 
Epis. ch., Jersey City, 1925-27; Passaic, 1927-34; Newark, 1934—; 
ad. 48 Berkeley Ave., Newark, N. J. 

EDWIN BAILEY DOLAN. B.D. 

See class of 1896. 



Students — 1911 235 

*ERNEST WENTWORTH DOW. 3. B.D. 

b. Campton, N. H., Apr. 12, 1856. Colg. U. 1880-83, A.B. 1909; 
prin. Un. Sch., Knoxboro, N. Y., 1884-86; pres. Pike C, Bowling 
Green, Mo., 1886-91; viee-pres. Lexington Ladies C. 1891-92; pres. 
McCune C, Louisiana, Mo., 1892-94; ord. Louisiana, Feb. 28, 1894; 
p. Troy, N. H., Mar. 1894-Nov. 1897; Cottage City, now Oak Bluffs, 
Mass., Nov. 1897- June 1899; pres. Pierce City C, Mo., July 1899- 
July 1903; S. W. B. C, July 1903- July 1905; p. Osceola, 1904-06; 
Canton, Mass., 1906-09; Long Plain, and Perry Hill Christ, ch., 1909- 
11; p. Bapt. ch., West Medway, Oct. 1911- June 1914; pres. Grand 
River C. for Women, Gallatin, Mo., 1914-19. d. Liberty, Mo., May 
13, 1919. Ph.D., McCune C. 1903. 

URL MORRIS FOX. 3. B.D. 
b. Rochester, Mich., Nov. 11, 1876. Kal. C. 1907; U. Chic. 1907; ord. 
Rochester, Mich., July 11, 1911 ; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Ukhrul, Mani- 
pur, Assam, and Sibsagor, Assam, 1911-20; health failed; ad. 1805 
Summit Ave., Pasadena, Calif. 

MARINUS JAMES. 3. B.D. 
b. Enschede, Holland, Feb. 8, 1879. Nautical A., Amsterdam, 1894- 
97; Y. M. C. A. Trn. Sch., Springfield, Mass., 1906-08; spec. agt. U. S. 
Imm. Cmn., sum. 1908; ord. 1st Highland ch., Springfield, May 12, 
1909 ; p. Berean Temple ch., Dorchester, Apr. 1910-Nov. 1911 ; asst. p. 
Brookline, Dec. 1911-Sept. 1912; dir. rel. work, Navy Y. M. C. A., 
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 1912-Sept. 1915; p. Crewe, Oct. 1915-Feb. 1919; 
exec. sec. Bapt. Council, Norfolk and Portsmouth, Mar. 1919-June 
1924; p. Drummondtown, July 1924-Sept. 1929; Hingham, Sept. 
1929-Mar. 1935; 1st ch., Norwood, Mar. 1935 — ; cont. to period.; ad. 
94 Vernon St., Norwood, Mass. 

*JONATHAN SNOW LEWIS. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 14, 1864. ord. Amherst, N. H., May 19, 1909 ; 
p. Amherst, May 1909-1918; state cmnr. for law enforcement, 1918- 
22; fed. Prohibition Director for N. H.; supt. N. H. Anti-Saloon 
League, 1924-40; p. Meriden, 1940. d Meriden, Dec. 3, 1940. 

MILES FRANKLIN McCUTCHEON. 2. B.D. 

b. Cambridge, N. B., June 21, 1880. Ac. U. 1909; ord. Paradise, 
N. S., Aug. 18, 1909; p. Paradise, July-Sept. 1909; p. Brussels St., 
St. John, N. B., June-Sept. 1910, June 1911-Mar. 1914; 1st ch., Mon- 
treal, P. Q., Mar. 1914—; ad. 3621 Oxenden Ave., Montreal, P. Q. 
D.D., McM. U. 1923, Ac. U. 1935. 

JOHN WILLIAM MILTON. 3. B.D. 

b. Clinton, Mo., Feb. 24, 1876. ord, Rosedale, Kans., June 16, 1902; 
p. Rosedale, 1901-May 1903 ; asst. p. 1st ch., Fort Worth, Tex., June 
-Oct. 1903; Whitney, 1904-05; Clifton, June-Sept. 1906; Morgan, 
May 1907-Sept. 1908; Bay. U. 1908; p. Hill Mem. ch., Allston, Bos- 
ton, Mass., June 1909- June 1911; Cameron, Tex., June 1911-Aug. 
1916; Ballinger, Aug. 1916-Nov. 1918; ev. 1918-20; p. 1st ch., Galves- 
ton, June-Nov. 1920; dir. gen. San Antonio Bib. Inst., San Antonio, 
Oct. 1920-?; ed. Fundamentalist, Oct. 1923-?; Bastrop, 1933; Love- 
lady, 1934. No further record. 
HABAKKUK BAXTER PERRY. 3. B.D. 
b. Monroe, N. C, Feb. 19, 1882. Biddle U. 1908; ord. Monroe, N. C, 
July 2, 1911; p. Helena, Mont., July 1911- Jan. 1912; Santa Fe, N. 
Mex., 1913-14; Boulder, Colo., 1917-20; S. S. miss., Kansas City, Mo., 
1921-23; prin. pub. schs. in N. C, 1920-27; asst. prof. Bishop C. 
Divinity Sch. 1927-29; prin. pub. schs., Monroe, N. C, 1930—; ad. 
210 N. Church St., Monroe, N. C. 



236 Students — 1911 

ROBERT SANBORN PINKHAM. 3. B.D. 

b. Wollaston, Mass., Apr. 10, 1883. Br. U. 1908; ord. Gardiner, Me., 
Nov. 23, 1911; p. Gardiner, Nov. 1911-1918; Y. M. C. A. serv., 1918- 
19; in bus., 1919 — ; ad. Pinkham Press, 871 Commonwealth Ave., 
Boston, Mass. 

*LYMAN ROLLINS. 1. B.D. 

b. Concord, N. H., Apr. 21, 1881. Ba. C. and C. D. S. 1906-08; ord. 
Free Bapt. min., Concord, N. H., Nov. 12, 1909; p. Gray, Me., Sept. 
1909-Sept. 1910; entered Epis. min.; ord. dea. June 1911, pt., May 
1912; cur. St. John's ch., Charlestown, Oct. 1911-12; St. Stephen's 
ch., Lynn, 1912-15; r. St. Michael's ch., Marblehead, 1915-21; chapl. 
5th Mass. inf., Mexican Border, June-Nov. 1916 ; 101st inf., 26th div., 
A. E. F., Sept. 1917- Apr. 1919; health failed, d. Lebanon, N. H., 
July 11, 1930. 

LORAN FREDERICK SANFORD. 3. Grad. 
b. Newport, N. S., Feb. 27, 1875. Gordon Miss. Trn. Sch. ; Bost. U. 
Sch. of Law; ord. Disciple min., Everett, July 9, 1905; p. Providence, 
R. I., Oct. 1905-Mar. 1907; Brockton, Mass., Mar. 1907-May 1912; 
1st ch., Christ, ch., Mobile, Ala., June 1912- June 1914; Tuscaloosa, 
Sept. 1914-Oct. 1915; Halifax, N. S., Oct. 1915-Oct. 1917; Everett, 
Mass., Nov. 1917-Nov. 1922; in bus., 1922—; ad. 19 Hancock St., 
Everett, Mass. 

RALPH ANGELO STONE. 3. B.D. 
b. Ferrisburgh, Vt., Apr. 15, 1881. U. V. M. 1901-02; ord. Norwood, 
Oct. 2, 1911; p. Norwood, Oct. 1911-May 1920; Clinton, May 1920- 
30; No. Oxford, 1930—; ad. Rochdale, Mass. 

WILLIAM VIRGIL SWEETLAND. 2. B.D. 

b. Palmyra, Me., Aug. 16, 1883. Ba. C. 1908; ord. Free Bapt. min., 
Auburn, R. I., June 11, 1911; p. Jackson, N. H., June 1911-?; ad. 
R. D. 2, Mystic, Conn. 

ALBERT CLARK THOMAS. 3. B.D. 
b. Henzada, Burma, May 2, 1886. Br. U. 1908; educ. dir., 1st ch., 
Providence, R. I., June 1911-Oct. 1912; ord. St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1912; 
educ. dir. and asst. p. 2nd ch., St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 1912-Sept. 1916; 
Emmanuel ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Sept. 1916-May 1920; capt., chapl. 
306th field artil., U. S. Army, Sept. 1917-May 1919; chapl., N. Y. U. 
Dec. 1920-1927; p. Creston Ave. ch., New York City, May 1920-1927; 
Fall River, Mass., 1927-41; 1st ch., Providence, R. I., 1941—; ad. 85 
Arlington St., Providence, R. I. D.D., Br. U. 1931. Son of W. F. 
Thomas, class of 1880. 

GEORGE LORING THURLOW. 3. B.D. 

b. Lynn, Mass., May 25, 1886. Colg. U. 1908; ord. North Scituate, 
Oct. 31, 1911; p. North Scituate, Sept. 1911-Apr. 1916; 1st ch., Lex- 
ington, Apr. 1916- Jan. 1921; Y. M. C. A. serv. and chapl., France, 
1918; p. fed ch., Skowhegan, Me., Jan. 1921-Dec. 1926; Cong, ch., 
Easthampton, Mass., Dec. 1926-Sept. 1929; Trinitarian Cong, ch., 
Sept. 1929-Feb. 1938; Pilgrim ch., Leominster, Feb. 1938—; ad. 27 
University St., Leominster, Mass. 

WALTER EDGAR WOODBURY. 3. B.D. 

b. Nashua, N. H., May 7, 1886. Br. U. 1906, post-grad., 1906-08; ord. 
Nashua, N. H., May 26, 1911; p. Bristol, Conn., June 1911-Feb. 1915; 
Worthen St. ch., Lowell, Mass., Mar. 1915- Aug. 1920; Trinity ch., 
Minneapolis, Minn., Aug. 1920-Jan. 1924; 1st ch., Melrose, Mass., 
Jan. 1924-May 1930 ; dir. Missionary Cooperation and field sec. Calif. 



Students — 1912 237 

Bapt. Conv., May 1930-Aug. 1936; sec. evangelism, A. B. H. M. S. 
Sept. 1936—; ad. 7 Daisy PL, Tenafly, N. J. D.D., N. B. T. S. 1938. 



*Elwin Hibbert Dimock. 2. 

b. South Rawdon, N. S., Mar. 7, 1875. Gordon Miss. Trn. Sch.; Colg. 
U., 1910-11. d. Hamilton, N. Y., Apr. 6, 1911. 

1912 

GEORGE FREDERICK BOLSTER. 3. B.D. 

b. Fredericton, N. B., Jan. 13, 1882. Ba. C. 1909; ord. Gibson, N. B., 
July 15, 1909 ; p. Free Baptist ch., East Somerville, Mass., Sept. 1909- 
May 1911; Bapt. ch., South Medford, June 1911-May 1914; West 
End ch., Halifax, N. S., May 1914-Feb. 1921; Nassau St. ch., Winni- 
peg, Manit., Feb. 1921-Feb. 1923; Hartland, N. B., Mar. 1923-26; 
Mars Hill, Me., 1926-28; Brewer, 1928-32; dist. sec. Un. Bapt. Conv. 
of Me., 1932—; ad. South Brewer, Me., R. F. D. 8. 

CLIFFORD TODD CLARK. 3. B.D. 

b. St. John West, Nov. 21, 1887. U. N. B. 1909; ord. Gibson, July 
15, 1909; p. Yarmouth, N. S., June 1912- July 1914; Houlton, Me., 
Sept. 1914-Dec. 1918; Hawkshaw, N. B., Jan. 1918-Feb. 1921; Fair- 
ville, Feb. 1921-May 1930; ad. Saint John West, N. B. 

WILLIAM JACOB CLOUES. B.D. 

See class of 1887. 

*EDMUND HILLYER COCHRANE. 3. B.D. 

b. Petitcodiac, N. B., June 10, 1878. U. N. B. 1906; ord. Free Bapt. 
min., Tracy Station, Sept. 20, 1904; p. Bapt. ch., Fredericton Junc- 
tion, Oct. 1905-May 1908; Lutz Mountain, May 1908-Aug. 1909; p. 
Highfield St. ch., Moncton, N. B., Sept. 1912-Apr. 1925; Zion ch., 
Yarmouth, N. S., Apr. 1925-?; Saint John West, N. B. d. June 12, 
1940. 

ERNEST LUTHER CONVERSE. 3. B.D. 

b. Amherst, N. H., Aug. 20, 1883. N. H. C. 1906; tea. Va. Inst., 
Bristol, Va., 1906-09; ord. Meredith, N. H., Nov. 19, 1912; p. Mere- 
dith, Oct. 1912-Apr. 1920; Pittsfield, Me., Apr. 1920-Nov. 1924; supt. 
educ. N. H. Anti-Saloon League, Nov. 1924 — ; ad. 9 Harvard St., 
Concord, N. H. 

RALPH BERTRAM DAVIS. 3. B.D. 
b. Lawrence, Mass., Oct. 11, 1886. Cy. C. 1909; ord. Haverhill, Feb. 
27, 1912; p. Loudon Center, N. H., Apr. 1912-Feb. 1915; Putney, Vt., 
Feb. 1915-Dec. 1917; Colerain, Mass., Dec. 1917-May 1920; North 
Grafton, May 1920-Oct. 1923; Foxboro, Oct. 1923-28; Hebronville, 
1932-33. Present ad. unknown. 

JOHN ADDISON FOOTE. 3. B.D. 

b. Asherville, Kans., Mar. 5, 1884. Br. U. 1909; ord. Newton Centre, 
June 16, 1912; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Tokyo, Japan, 1912-13; Kobe, 
1913-14; Osaka, 1914-41; ad. 630 E. Fern St., Redlands, Calif. D.D., 
Grand Island C. 1927, Br. U. 1935. 

PERCY RAYMOND HAYDEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Jordan Falls, N. S., June 13, 1887. Ac. U. 1908; ord. Oxford, 
N. S., 1912; p. Oxford, Aug. 1912-Apr. 1919; Berwick, Apr. 1919- 
Aug. 1924; Bridgetown, Aug. 1924- Aug. 1928; Chipman, N. B., Aug. 
1928-Oct. 1935; Yarmouth, N. S., Oct. 1, 1935-Dec. 1939; Houlton, 
Me., Dec. 1939—; ad. Houlton, Me. 



238 Students — 1912 

GEORGE COLEMAN FOSTER KEIRSTEAD. 2. B.D. 

b. McKnight's Corner, N. B., Sept. 5, 1887. Ac. U. 1910; ord. Vic- 
toria ch., St. John, N. B., Sept. 4, 1911; p. Windsor, N. S., June 1912- 
13 ; Regina, Sask., 1913-15 ; in Canadian army, 1915-19 ; in bus. ; lay 
read. St. Peter's on the Canal (Epis.), Buzzard's Bay, Mass., Jan. 
1942 — ; ad. South Hanson, Mass. 

*PETER STEWART MacGREGOR. B.D. 

See class of 1880. 

FRANK LESLIE ORCHARD. 3. B.D. 
b. Jemseg, N. B., Sept. 25, 1887. U. N. B. 1909; ord. Gibson, N. B., 
July 15, 1909; p. Mount Auburn, now Belmont St. ch., Watertown, 
Mass., 1910- Apr. 1914; Woodstock, N. B., Apr. 1914-Mar. 1917; 
Olivet ch., Montreal, P. Q., 1917-May 1923 ; 1st ch., Amherst, N. S., 
1923-35; Zion ch., Yarmouth, Nov. 1935-Feb. 1940; Danforth ch., 
Toronto, Feb. 1940 — ; ad. 52 Jaekman Ave., Toronto, Ont. D.D., 
Ac. U. 1934. 

CHARLES SCROGGIN PIERCE. 3. B.D. 
b. Tyler, Tex., May 16, 1882. ord. Brownwood, Apr. 13, 1905; asst. 
p. Brownwood, Nov. 1904- Apr. 1905 ; p. Richland Springs, Apr. 1905- 
June 1906; Howard Payne C. 1907; Bay. U. 1909; p. U. Bapt. ch., 
Austin, Tex., Dec. 1912-Sept. 1916; Marfa, Sept. 1916-Sept. 1917; 
1st ch., Okmulgee, Sept. 1917-July 1919; 1st ch., Kaufman, Mar. 
1920- July 1924; stud. U. Edinburgh and Oxford U. 1924-25; Dallas, 
Tex., 1925-30 ; ad. 109 Avenue B, Brownsville, Tex. D.D., Howard 
Payne C. 1928. 

AMOS ALLAN RIDEOUT. 2. B.D. 

b. Upper Brighton, N. B., Mar. 12, 1876. ord. Free Bapt. min., 
Marysville, Oct. 9, 1901; p. Marysville, Oct. 1900-Sept. 1903; U. N. B. 
1903; C. D. S. 1903-04; p Pine St. ch., Lewiston, Me., Sept. 1903- 
Oct. 1904; George St. ch., Fredericton, N. B., Oct. 1904-Sept. 1910; 
p. Blaney Mem. ch., Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 1910-Oct. 1921 ; 1st ch., 
Waltham, Nov. 1921-Nov. 1925; Manchester, la., June 1927-May 
1931; Charles City, May 1931-May 1936; Dubuque, May 1936—; ad. 
1135 Bluff St., Dubuque, la. 

FRANK CONNORS RIDEOUT. 3. B.D. 

b. Middle Simonds, N. B., Dec. 14, 1880. ord. Newport, N. S., Sept. 
12, 1907; p. Newport, Sept. 1907-Dec. 1908; Ac. U. 1909; s. s. Blaney 
Mem. ch., Dorchester, Nov. 1909- July 1910; p. Newton Upper Falls, 
Sept. 1910-Dec. 1911; 2nd ch., Bridgeport, Conn., June 1912-Nov. 
1917; 1st lieut., chapl., U. S. A., Oct. 1917- Aug. 1919; capt., chapl., 
Aug. 1919-Oct. 1931; maj. 1931-37; lieut. col. 1937—; 11th field artil., 
A. E. F., July 1918-July 1919; post chapl., gen. serv. schs., Fort 
Leavenworth, Kans., July 1920-Aug. 1923 ; 7th corps area trn. center, 
Fort Snelling, Minn., Sept. 1923-Sept. 1928; cont. to magazines; ed. 
cont., Bridgeport Post, Conn., 1914-17; U. S. A. stud. off. Y. U., Sept. 
1928- June 1929; post chapl. Fort Adams, R. I., 1929; chap. 11th F. A. 
Brigade, 1929- Jan. 1933; chapl. Fort Thomas, Ky., Mar. 1933-Sept. 
1936; chapl. Fort Geo. G. Meade, Md., Sept. 1936-May 1940; ret.; 
ad. 209 Pleasant St., Newton Centre, Mass. 

CHARLES RISEBOROUGH. 1. B.D. 

b. Hempstead, Norfolk, Eng., Dec. 18, 1863. Manchester Bapt. C. 
1894; ord. York Road ch., Leeds, Sept. 17, 1894; p. York Road ch., 
Leeds, Sept. 1894-Sept. 1898; warden, Manchester C. Settlement, 
1898-1904; ev. work, 1904-09; p. Lunenburg, N. S., 1909-11; p. Woods 
Harbor, N. S., 1912-16; Shelbourne, 1916-19; North Brookfield, 1919- 



Students — 1912 239 

22; Pereaux, 1922-24; author; p. Brighton, Sussex, Eng., 1928-41. 
Present ad. unknown. 

FRANCIS HOWARD ROSE. 3. Grad. 
b. Norwich Town, Conn., Mar. 30, 1884. Cy. C. 1909; ord. Im. ch., 
Lowell, Aug. 28, 1912; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Iloilo, P. I., 1912-17; 
stud. Columbia U. 1917-18; prof. biol. Va. Un. U. 1918-22; prof, biol., 
C. P. C, Iloilo, P. I., 1923—; ad. Central Philippine C, P. 0. Box 
231, Iloilo, P. I. 

OWEN EVANS RUTLEDGE. 1. B.D. 

b. Kintore, Ont., Feb. 21, 1881. McM. U. 1909; McM. U. D. S. 1909- 
10; ord. Dutton, Ont., Jan. 6, 1911; p. Dutton, Oct. 1910-Aug. 1911; 
Sudbury, Oct. 1912- Apr. 1915; Oxford St. ch., Woodstock, Apr. 1915- 
Aug. 1918; Delavan Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 1918-Feb. 1924; 
Fredonia, Feb. 1924-Feb. 1939; Trumansburg, Feb. 1939—; ad. 
Trumansburg, N. Y. 

WALLACE CROOKER SAMPSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., Jan. 15, 1887. Ransom Inst., 1906-09 ; ord. Bar 
Harbor, Me., 1913; p. Bar Harbor, June 1912-Sept. 1913; Hunting- 
ton and Russell, Oct. 1913-Aug. 1916 ; 1st ch., Dorchester, Mass., Sept. 
1916-Aug. 1918; ehapl. U. S. A., Aug. 1918-Jan. 1919; 1st ch., An- 
sonia, Conn., Apr. 1919-Apr. 1924; Calvary ch., Lowell, Mass., Apr. 
1924- Apr. 1929; Broadway ch., Providence, R. I., May 1929—; ad. 
26 Homeland St., Johnston, R. I. 

FRANK MONTAGUE SWAFFIELD. 3. Grad. 
b. St. John, N. B., May 18, 1887. Peddie Inst., N. J., 1903-05; Br. U. 
and H. U.; Packard C, N. Y., 1905-06; in bus., 1906-09; ord. Clare- 
mont, N. H., Apr. 19, 1912; p. 1st ch., Claremont, Apr. 1912- Apr. 
1917; Morningside ch., Pittsfield, Mass., Apr. 1917- Apr. 1920; West 
Somerville, Apr. 1920-Sept. 1929; Brockton, Sept. 1929-Sept. 1937; 
Calvary ch., New Haven, Conn., Oct. 1937 — ; author; ad. 165 York St., 
New Haven, Conn. D.D., N. B. T. S. 1940; B.D., N. T. I. 1923. 

GORDON CHESTER WARREN. 2. B.D. 
b. North River, P. E. I., Nov. 5, 1884. Ac. U. 1910; ord. North River, 
P. E. I., July 2, 1911; p. New Boston, N. H., July 1911-Nov. 1913; 
Bridgetown, N. S., Nov. 1913-Feb. 1917 ; Brunswick St. ch., Frederic- 
ton, N. B., Mar. 1917-Sept. 1929; ed. The Maritime Baptist, Sept. 
1929- June 1936; assoc. prof. Prac. Theol., Ac. U. 1936-39; act. prof. 
Ch. Hist., 1936-38; prof. Prac. Theol. 1939—; ad. Linden Ave., Wolf- 
ville, N. S. D.D., Ac. U. 1927. 

HOWARD CLARKSON WHITCOMB. 3. B.D. 
b. Rushville, Ind., May 10, 1885. F. C. 1909; ord. Franklin, Ind., 
Aug. 2, 1910; p. Somersworth, N. H., Sept. 1910- June 1912; People's 
ch., Manchester, June 1912- July 1915; 1st ch., Chelsea, Mass., July 
1915-May 1919; Calvary ch., Omaha, Nebr., May 1919-Dec. 1929; 
Somerville, Mass., Jan. 1930 — ; ad. 54 Chandler Ave., Somerville, 
Mass. D.D., Grand Island C. 1927. 

THEODORE VOLNEY WITTER. 1. B.D. 
b. Kohima, Assam, Dec. 5, 1885. Colg. U. 1908; tea. Vt. A. 1908-09; 
stud. H. U. D. S. 1909-1911; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Madras, So. India, 
Nov. 1912- Aug. 1915; Podili, Aug. 1915—; ad. Podili, Nellore Dist., 
South India. 



Wallace Bassett. 1. 
b. Middle Grove., Mo., Dec. 31, 1884. La. Gr. C. 1909; ord. La 
Grange, June 14, 1905; stud, p., Lancaster, June 1906-June 1907; 



240 Students — 1912 

Perry, June 1907-Sept. 1909; stud. p. West Bridgewater, Dec. 1909- 
Oct. 1910; p. Sulphur Springs, Tex., Nov. 1910-Apr. 1915; 1st ch., 
Amarillo, Apr. 1915-Mar. 1918; Cliff Temple ch., Dallas, Tex., Mar. 
1918—; author, since 1925, A Star at Midnight, 1940; ad. 1608 W. 
Colorado Blvd., Dallas, Tex. D.D., La. Gr. C. 1916, Bay. U. 1920. 
*Harold Bellows Drew. 2.5. 

b. South Killingly, Conn., July 15, 1886. ord. Adv. Christ, ch., 
Morrisville, Vt., Oct. 10, 1907; p. Woonsocket, R. I., Aug. 1907-09 
(N. T. 1. 1908-Dec. 1909; 1910-11) ; rec. to Bapt. min. by coun., Little- 
ton, Oct. 12, 1909; p. Littleton, June 1909-11; imm. sec. Y. M. C. A., 
New Bedford, June 1911-14; Passaic, N. J., 1912-15; p. Morristown, 
1915- June 1917; Cedar Rapids, la., July 1917-Nov. 1918. d. Cedar 
Rapids, la., Nov. 25, 1918. 

John Hayes Geldart. 1.5. 
b. Elgin, N. B., Apr. 12, 1883. Ac. U. 1908; chapl. Vt. state prison, 
Windsor, Vt., 1908-09 ; asst. sec. Intern. Y. M. C. A., Shanghai, China, 
Jan. 1911-13; Interch. sec, act. gen. sec, Soochow; Chingking, West 
China; priv. sec. to gen. sec. Y. M. C. A., China; left, min.; ad. P. O. 
Box 307, Ottawa, Ont. 

Rufus Keyser. 1. 
b. Percival, Fremont Co., la., Nov. 28, 1879. W. J. C. 1902-03; Ott. 
XL, 1903-05; Kans. U. 1905-06; U. Nebr. 1908-09; ord. Union, Nebr., 
Jan. 6, 1904; p. Kerry, Kans., 1905-06; Palmyra, Nebr., Mar. 1906- 
Sept. 1909; p. Reedlev, Calif., Dec. 1910-1913; Red Bluff, Apr. 1913- 
Aug. 1915; R. T. S. 1915-16, 1916-17; stud. p. Ransomville, N. Y.; p. 
Rocky Ford, Colo., June 1917-June 1920; Lindsay, Calif., June 1920- 
1922; Stockton, 1922-23; Los Angeles, 1923—; ad. 3014 Minnesota St., 
Los Angeles, Calif. 

Peter Morrison MacKay. 3. 
b. Aberdeen, Scot., Nov. 17, 1871. Kal. C. prep, dept., 1894-97; 
Moody Bib. Inst.; ord. Rollin, Mich., Aug. 24, 1897; p. Aurelius, May 
1900- Apr. 1904; Chelsea, May 1904- Apr. 1906; Manistee, May 1906- 
Sept. 1909; p. Fayville, Mass., May 1910-Mav 1912; Providence, 
R. I., Mav 1912-17; stud. Br. U. 1915; p. Birmingham, Mich., 1917- 
22; Cleveland, O., 1922-25; Conneaunt, 1925-?; res. Birmington, 
Mich., 1936 — ; ad. 447 Hanna St., Birmington, Mich. 

Sidney Small Paine. 1. 
b. Roxbury, Mass., Feb. 26, 1887. Br. U. 1908; U. Chic D. S. 1910- 
11; in bus., New Bedford, Mass., 1911-17; Plainfield, Conn., 1917-21; 
Boston, Mass., 1921-31; Greensboro, N. C, 1931—; ad. 305 Meadow- 
brook Terrace, Greensboro, N. C. 

Walter Steadman Smith. 1. 
b. Bear River, N. S., Oct. 21, 1881. Ac U. 1909; ord. Hampton, Nov. 
2, 1909; p. Port Lome, and Hampton, Nov. 1909-Sept. 1910; p. 
Kempton, N. S., Sept. 1911-13; Yarmouth West Un. ch., Chegoggin, 
1913-15; Bethel ch., Santa Paula, Calif., 1915-17; Im. ch., Long Beach, 
1917-20; Paradise, N. S., 1920- July 1926; Hartland, N. B., July 1926- 
Aug. 1933; Marysville, Aug. 1933-Oct. 1939; Sunny Brae, Oct. 
1939—; ad. Sunny Brae, N. B. 

1913 

JOHN HERBERT BOWMAN, formerly HANS HERBERT 
ROHRBACH. 3. B.D. 
b. Berlin, Germany, Jan. 5, 1887. Sidcup C, Kent, England, 1906- 
08; Br. U. 1915; ord. Clarendon St. ch., Boston, Mass., Dec 19, 1913; 
p. 1st ch., Hartland, Me., Sept. 1913-Aug. 1914; 1st ch., Dighton, 



Students — 1913 241 

Mass., Sept. 1914-Dec. 1915; asst. p. 1st ch., Fall River, Dec. 1915- 
June 1917; p. 1st ch., Danvers, 111., Oct. 1917-June 1918; Raymond 
Inst., Chicago, Oct. 1918- June 1920; Elmwood Park ch., Chicago, 
Oct. 1920-June 1922; field sec. Scripture Gift Miss., Philadelphia, 
Pa., July 1923-?; tea. Montrose School for Girls, Montrose, Pa.; ad. 
Montrose School for Girls, Montrose, Pa. 

THOMAS JEFFERSON CATE. 3. B.D. 

b. Sanbornton, N. H., Mar. 22, 1884. Ba. C. 1908; p. Chester, N. H., 
Nov. 1908-Mar. 1918; Grafton, Mass., Apr. 1918-Sept. 1920; Mere- 
dith, N. H., Oct. 1920-Dec. 1925; asst. p. Maiden, Mass., Dec. 1929- 
Oct. 1939; Shelburne Falls, 1939—; ad. 55 Main St., Shelburne Falls, 
Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1931. 

LEONARD HARRIS CRANDALL. 2. B.D. 

b. Elgin, N. B., Apr. 2, 1873. Ac. U. 1904; ord. Scotch Village, N. S., 
Mar. 28, 1901; p. Newport ch., Scotch Village, Sept. 1900-Sept. 1902; 
s. Walton, Jan. 1903- June 1904; p. River Glade and Forest Glen, 
June 1904- June 1905; River Hebert, June 1905- Apr. 1909; Oxford, 
May 1909-Aug. 1911; s. Canton, Mass., 1911-13; p. Bear River, N. S., 
July 1913-Mar. 1918; Hantsport, Mar. 1918- Jan. 1921; Chipman, 
N. B., Jan. 1921-Apr. 1926; Sydney Mines, N. S., June 1933-Oct. 
1940; East Saint John, N. B., Oct. 1940—; ad. Box 27, East Saint 
John, N. B. 

ALLAN DAVID CREELMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Thompsonville, Conn., Dec. 9, 1885. Br. U. 1910; ord. North 
Grafton, Oct. 3, 1913; p. North Grafton, Apr. 1913- June 1919; ath- 
letic dir. Y. M. C. A. and act. chapl. 36th Engineers, France, Apr. 
1918-June 1919; p. Quinsigamond ch., Worcester, Mass., June 1919- 
Oct. 1920; North Scituate, Oct. 1920—; ad. N. Scituate, Mass. 

JOHN NEWTON GARST. 3. B.D. 

b. New Market, Tenn., June 23, 1884. C. N. C. 1909 ; ord. Flat Gap 
ch., New Market, Apr. 23, 1908 ; p. Cedar Creek ch., Russellville, Apr. 
1908-Sept. 1910; New Salem ch., Limestone, Apr. 1908-Mar. 1909; 
White Pine, Apr. 1908-1910; and Persia, May 1908-Dec. 1910, and 
Bluff City, Feb. 1909-Sept. 1910; p. Thompson, Conn., Jan. 1911-Nov. 
1912; Willshire ch., Los Angeles, Calif., July 1913-Feb. 1915; Alham- 
bra, Mar. 1915- Jan. 1917; 23rd Ave. ch., Oakland, Jan. 1917-June 
1923 ; 1st ch., Spokane, Wash., July 1923-33 ; Des Moines, la., 1933- 
42; 1st ch., Schenectady, N. Y., 1942 — ; author, since 1925, Wanted-a- 
Man, 1933; The Christ We Crown, 1934; The History of Christian 
Education, 1935; Methods of Evangelism, 1936; Hebrew Builders in 
Palestine, 1937; Christianity in Moslem Lands, 1938; ad. Schenectady, 
N. Y. 

FRANK BRADLEY HAGGARD. 3. B.D. 

b. Kearney, Mo., Nov. 12, 1879. W. J. C. 1909; S. B. T. S. 1909-10; 
ord. 2nd ch., Liberty, Mo., June 2, 1909; p. Eureka, Kans., Mar.- Sept. 
1910; p. Sterling, Dec. 1910-13; Livermore Falls, Me., 1913-14; War- 
ren Ave. ch., Detroit, Mich., 1914-18; Warren Ave. and 1st ch., 
Boston, Mass., 1918-20; Asylum Ave. ch., Hartford, Conn., 1920 — ; 
ad. 31 Linwald Drive, West Hartford, Conn. D.D., W. J. C. 1931. 

JESSE BUELL JENKINS. 3. B.D. 
b. Monticello, Mo., Apr. 29, 1884. La. Gr. C. 1909 ; ord. Monticello, 
Mo., June 4, 1910 ; tea. Va. Un. U. ; health failed ; ad. 2915 Monument 
Ave., Richmond, Va. 

ERNEST LESLIE JONES. 3. B.D. 
b. Dayton, O., Apr. 13, 1886. Palmer U. 1904-05; Un. Christ. C. 



242 Students — 1913 

1905-06; ord. Springfield, Mass., Feb. 23, 1914; p. Chase Mem. ch., 
Springfield, Oct. 1913-Oct. 1919; insur. bus., Newark, N. J.; 1919-40; 
Richmond, Va., 1940 — ; ad. 2915 Monument Ave., Richmond, Va. 

ADRIAN THEODORE JUNE. 3. Grad. 
b. Brandon, Vt., Oct. 11, 1876. Nyack Bib. Inst., Nyack, N. Y., 1899- 
1902; ord. Un. ch., Etna, now Emerson, N. J., Oct. 8, 1901; p. Etna, 
Oct. 1901- Apr. 1902; Bethany Cong, ch., South Portland, Me., May 
1902- Jan. 1905; Un. Christ, ch., Everett, Mass., Jan. 1905-Sept. 1913; 
p. 1st Bapt. ch., Westbrook, Me., Nov. 1913-Mar. 1919; Un. Bapt. ch., 
Somersworth, N. H., Dec. 1919-27 ; exec. sec. Council of chs., Paterson, 
N. J., 1928-30; p. W. Harpswell, Me., 1930-37; Community eh., Mid- 
dleton, Mass., 1937-41; author since 1925, Holy Living in Existence, 
1939; ad. Sebago Lake, Me. D.D., Concord C. 1932. 

SAMUEL MACAULAY LINDSAY. 3. B.D. 
b. Prestwick, Scot., Sept. 3, 1887. Ayr. A.; ev. 1907-09 (N. T. I. 
1909-10; 1911-13) ; ord. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, O., Mar. 2, 1915; 
asst. p. Euclid Ave. ch., Cleveland, 1909-10 ; p. Cong ch., Bristol, R. I., 
1911-Mar. 1915; Bellevue Bapt. ch., Pittsburgh, Pa., Apr. 1915-Nov. 
1917; Hanson Place ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1917- Jan. 1922; 
Brookline, Mass., Feb. 1922 — ; ad. 94 Babcock St., Brookline, Mass. 
D.D., Ba. C. 1926. 

JOHN MOORE MAXWELL. 3. B.D. 

b. BaUynacally, Co. Derry, Ire., Nov. 25, 1877. Cy. C. 1910; ord. 
Fairfax, Vt., July 29, 1913; p. Fairfax, June 1913-Sept. 1916; sec. 
British Y. M. C. A., Ireland, Nov. 1916-Mar. 1919; p. Tobermore Co. 
Derry, Ire., Apr. 1919-Mar. 1921; Bellows Falls, Vt., June 1921-Oct. 
1928; Randolph, Oct. 1928- Aug. 1935; N. Bennington, Sept. 1935—; 
ad. North Bennington, Vt. 

CHARLES FRANCIS POTTER. 3. B.D. 

b. Marlboro, Mass., Oct. 28, 1885. Bu. U. 1907 (N. T. I. 1907-08; 
1911-13); ord. Dover, N. H., June 19, 1908; p. Central Ave. ch., 
Dover, Mar. 1908-May 1910; Mattapan, Mass., May 1910-1914; 1st 
Unit, ch., Edmonton, Alberta, 1914-16; 2nd Parish ch., Marlboro, 
Mass., 1916-18; Wellesley Hills, 1918-19; West Side ch., New York 
City, 1919-25; Church of the Divine Paternity (Universalist), 1927- 
29; 1st Humanist Soc. of New York, 1929 — ; prof, comparative rel. 
and exec, sec, Antioch C. 1925-26; author since 1925, The Story of 
Religion, 1929; Humanism, a New Religion, 1930; Is That in the 
Bible, 1933; Humanizing Religion, 1933; Technique of Happiness, 
1935; Beyond the Senses, 1939; ad. Hotel Ansonia, New York City, 
N. Y. Litt.D., De Landas U. 1940. 

HANS HERBERT ROHRBACH, see JOHN HERBERT BOWMAN. 

JOHN ALDOROUS TIDD. 3. Grad. 
b. Hodgdon, Me., July 13, 1879. Cy. C. 1910 ; ord. Merrimac, Mass., 
Oct. 22, 1913; p. Merrimac, June 1913-Sept. 1918; North Uxbridge, 
Sept. 1918- Aug. 1924; Gardner, Sept. 1924-Nov. 1928; fed. Stur- 
bridge, Dec. 1938-May 1936; tax office, Worcester, Sept. 1937—; ad. 
2 Channing St., Worcester, Mass. 

CLIFTON HENRY WALCOTT. 3. B.D. 

b. Hudson, Mass., Feb. 26, 1882. Br. U. 1910; ord. Ashland, Oct. 17, 
1911; p. Ashland, Sept. 1910-Feb. 1913; Sharon, Feb. 1913- Apr. 
1920; Winchester, Apr. 1920-26; Lincoln, Nebr., 1926—; ad. 1800 C 
St., Lincoln, Nebr. D.D., S. F. C. 1938. 

♦CLARENCE LINCOLN WHEATON. 3. B.D. 

b. St. John, N. B., Mar. 23, 1885. Ba. C. 1908; tea. Nyack, N. Y., 



Students — 1913 243 

1908-09 ; ord. Free Bapt. min., Boothbay, Me., June 9, 1910 ; p. Booth- 
bay, 1909-Sept. 1910; p. Mount Vernon, Me., 1913-17; Wayne, Aug. 
1917-?; Oakland Meth. ch., Pittsfield, July 1922-?; Unity, d. St. 
Albans, N. Y., 1941. 

HUBERT ARTHUR WRIGHT. 3. B.D. 

b. Kirkwood, Mo., Oct. 28, 1887. U. Mich. 1910; tea. New Bedford; 
Pawtucket, R. I : ; in U. S. army, 1918-20 ; tea. Eng. in pub. schs. ; ad. 
272 Bay Ave., Glen Ridge, N. J. 



Gaius Humphrey Barrett. 1. 
b. West Dummerston, Vt., July 5, 1880. Br. U. 1910; tea. Bib., Mt. 
Hermon Sch., 1911-17; Y. M. C. A. educ. work, Camp Devens, 1917- 
19; headmaster C. A., New London, N. H., 1919-22; supt. schs., N. H., 
1922—; ad. Derry Rd., Hudson, N. H. 

Gustav George Carlson. 2. 
b. Kristinehamn, Sweden, June 13, 1883. U. Chic; Swedish T. S. 
1908-10; Oskaloosa C, B.D. 1918; ord. Fitchburg, Mass., Nov. 10, 
1913; p. Manchester, N. H., Oct. 1913-Sept. 1916; Berwyn, 111., Nov. 
1916-1920; p. Arlington, N. J., Dec. 1921-?. S.T.D., Oskaloosa C. 
1920. No further record. 

Warren Clifford Johnson. 1. 
b. Foxboro, Mass., Oct. 28, 1888. Br. U. 1910; Rhodes Scholar, 
Oxford U. 1911-14; tea. Monson A., Monson, Mass. ; Woodbury, N. J.; 
in bus., Providence, R. I.; instr. finance, Bost. U. 1938 — ; ad. 264 
Bay State Rd., Boston, Mass. Son of M. F. Johnson, class of 1879. 

William Henry Roberts, Jr. 1. 
6. Rangoon, Burma, Aug. 10, 1888. U. R, 1910; prof. Math., Bapt. 
C,. Rangoon, 1912-14; Master Trinity C, Kandy, Ceylon, 1914-15; 
U. S. Army, 1917-19; in bus., Calcutta, 1919-22; prof. Phil., U. of 
Redlands, Calif., 1923-36; Larson Junior C, Hamden, Conn. 1938 — ; 
ad. 59 Bradley Pt., West Haven, Conn. M.A., Columbia U. 1916; 
Ph.D., Northwestern U. 1931. 

William Oscar Roten. 2. 
b. Trade, Johnson Co., Tenn., Feb. 3, 1883. C. N. C. 1910; ord. Zion- 
ville, N. C, May 10, 1913; p. Redmond, Ore., May 1914- July 1916; 
Exeter, Nebr., Dec. 1916- July 1918; Pleasant Grove, Tenn., Feb. 1919- 
Feb. 1921; Waukon, la., Apr. 1921-30?; Ipswich, S. D., 1930—?. 
Present ad. unknown. 

Elbert Jesse Smith. 1. 
b. Worcester, Mass., Dec. 6, 1884. Tu. C. 1907-Feb. 1909; R. T. S. 
1911-13; ord. Saskatoon, Sask., June 14, 1914; p. 1st ch., North 
Battleford, Sask., Nov. 1913-May 1916; Cent, ch., Regina, May 1916- 
Nov. 1916; Y. M. C. A. serv., Canadian Army, Nov. 1916-July 1919; 
p. Fair Haven, Vt., Nov. 1919- June 1923; 1st ch., Iowa City, la., 
Aug. 1923-Oct. 1928; W. Lafayette, Ind., Oct. 1928- June 1933, Ander- 
son, June 1933 — ; ad. 1117 Hendricks St., Anderson, Ind. 

William Carlson Smith. 1. 
b. Grandy, Isanti Co., Minn., Aug. 15, 1883. Grand Island C, Nebr., 
1907; tea. pub. schs., Maxwell, 1907-08; Bethel A., St. Paul, Minn., 
1908-10; U. Chic. D. S. sum. quarters, 1908 and 1909, Sept. 1911-12; 
miss. A. B. F. M. S., India, 1912-15; grad. stud., U. of So. Calif. 1915- 
16; U. Chic. 1917-20, fellow, 1919-20, Ph.D., 1920; p. Wilton Center 
ch., Manhattan, 111., Mar. 1918-Mar. 1919; asst. prof. Sociol., U. of 
So. Calif. 1920-24, assoc. prof., 1924-26 ; assoc. ed. Journal of Applied 
Sociology, Los Angeles, Oct. 1921- Jan. 1923; man. ed,, Jan. 1923-?; 
prof. U. of Hawaii, 1927; Texas Christ. C, 4 yrs.; W. J. C, 4 yrs.; 



244 Students — 1913 

Linfield C, Sept. 1937—; author since 1925, The Ao Naga Tribe of 
Assam, 1925; The Second Generation Oriental in America, 1927; 
Americans in Process, 1937; Americans in the Making, 1939; ad. 
Linfield College, McMinnville, Ore. 

William Henry Stallings. 2. 
b. Alhambra, 111., July 2, 1886. S. C. 1908, post-grad., 1909-10; U. 
111., post-grad., 1910-11 (N. T. I. 1908-09; 1911-12) ; Colg. U. 1912- 
13; U. Chic. 1913-14; ord. Lansing, Mich., Jan. 1917; dir. rel. educ. 
1st ch., Lansing, Nov. 1915-July 1917 ; sec. Y. M. C. A., U. of Coimbra, 
Coimbra, Portugal, Aug. 1917-May 1922; internatl. sec. Y. M. C. A., 
U. of Calif., July 1923-27; dir. rel. educ, 1st ch., Los Angeles, Calif., 
Sept. 1928-May 1930; ad. c/o J. Jacobs, Room 1014, Guaranty Bldg., 
Hollywood, Calif. 

Harlan True Stetson. 1. 
b. East Haverhill, Mass., June 28, 1885. Br. U. 1908; D. C, post- 
grad., 1908-10; instr. Phy., D. C. 1911-13; Astronomy, Northwestern 
U., Evanston, 111., 1913-14; Phy., 1916; instr. Astronomy, H. U. 1916- 
21; assoc. prof., 1921-29; prof, and dir. Perkins Observatory, Ohio 
Wesleyan U. 1929-34; research assoc, H. U. 1934-35; M. I. T. 
1935 — ; author since 1925, Man and the Stars, 1931; Earth, Radio 
and the Stars, 1935; Sun Spots and Their Effect, 1937; Map Reading 
and Avagation, 1942; ad. 28 Bird St., Needham, Mass. Ph.D., U. 
Chic. 1915. 

Paul Weber. 1. 
b. Reinach, Argau, Switzerland, Aug. 28, 1884. W. J. C. 1909; ord. 
Euclid Ave. ch., St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 17, 1906; p. Valley Mem. ch., 
Kansas City, 1907-08; Linneus, 1908-09; p. Three Rivers, July 1911- 
Jan. 1912; St. Charles, Mo., Feb. 1912-Mar. 1915; Poplar Bluff, Apr. 
1915-Dec 1919; Jefferson City, Jan. 1920-40; supt. Mo. Bapt. Miss. 
Bd., 1940—; ad. 5665 Clemens St., St. Louis, Mo. 

Floyd Cleveland Wilcox. 1. 
b. Mason, Mich., Mar. 17, 1886. Kal. C. 1910; U. T. S. 1911-13, 
B.D. 1913; ord. Mason, Mich., Sept. 6, 1912; miss. A. B. F. M. S., 
Ningpo, China, 1913-25(?); prin. Ningpo Bapt. A., 1916-25; U. of 
Shanghai, 1925-28; pres. Frances Junior C. 1930-35; dir. Linfield C. 
1936-39 ; dir. of personnel, U. Redlands, 1939 — ; ad. University Hall, 
Redlands, Calif. D.D., Kal. C. 1932. 
*Percival Ford Wolf enden. 3. 

b. Melbourne, Australia, Nov. 9, 1880. U. Mich. Law Sch. 1899-Apr. 
1901, 1902-03; ord. 1st ch., Waterford, Conn., Oct. 9, 1913; p. 1st ch., 
Waterford, 1913-20; Main St. ch., Meriden, 1920-23; Bristol, 1923- 
32. d. Bristol, Sept. 2, 1932. 

1914 

ARCHIBALD GUINNESS ADAMS. 3. B.D. 
b. Ningpo, China, July 25, 1887. D. U. 1911; U. T. S. 1920-21, 
S.T.M. 1921; ord. Newton Centre, Mass., June 7, 1914; miss. A. B. F. 
M. S. Nanking, China, 1914-15; Kiatung, 1915-16; Suifu, 1916-20; in 
U. S., 1920-22; miss. Kiating, China, 1922-26; author; ed. bd. Chinese 
Recorder', cont. to period.; p. Lafayette Ave. ch., Buffalo, N. Y., Oct. 
1926-Sept. 1936; prof, world religions and Christian missions, Temple 
U. 1937—; ad. 115 Pennsylvania Ave., North Wales, Pa. S.T.M., 
U. T.S. 1921; Th.D., 1939. 

CHESTER JAMES ARMSTRONG. 3. Grad. 
b. Hampden Highlands, Me., Jan. 20, 1886. Hampden A.; ord. 
Salem Depot, N. H., July 30, 1914; p. Salem Depot, July 1914-Nov. 



Students — 1914 245 

1917; North Billerica, Mass., Nov. 1917-May 1924; Danielson, Conn., 
May 1924-Feb. 1933; Lakewood, R. I., Feb. 1932—; ad. 182 Adams 
St., Lakewood, R. I. 

GEORGE THEODORE BAKER. 3. Grad. 
b. Anderson, S. C, May 19, 1875. Furman U. 1891-93; ord. Hope- 
well ch., Anderson, Apr. 11, 1903; p. Anderson Co., 1903-04; Palm- 
etto, Fla., 1904-05; Ralls and Pike Cos., Mo., 1906-Oct. 1910; East St. 
Louis, Oct. 1910-Sept. 1911; p. Leesburg, Va., Oct. 1914- June 1918; 
dir. war activities, Loudon Co., and various chs. ; p. Hampton, Va., 
July 1920-21; supt. Bapt. Orphanage, Thomasville, N. C, 1921-23; 
p. Williamsburg, Va., 1923-27?; Smithfield, N. C, 1927. No further 
information. 

HERBERT FREDERICK CAWTHORNE. 3. B.D. 

b. Spencer, Mass., Nov. 16, 1886. Br. U. 1911; ord. Exeter, N. H., 
Mar. 31, 1915; p. 1st ch., Exeter, Dec. 1914-Oct. 1917; 1st ch., Morris- 
town, N. J., Sept. 1919-Apr. 1923; assoc. sec, A. B. F. M. S., Apr. 
1923-Mar. 1936; ad. 3 North Ave., Plaistow, N. H. 

*ARTHUR HUNT CHUTE. 3. B.D. 

b. Stillman Valley, 111., Apr. 19, 1889. Ac. U. 1910; asst. p. Madison 
Ave. ch., New York, N. Y., 1911 ; cor. Central News of London, Con- 
stantinople, 1912-13 ; Canadian field artil., 1914-17 ; with British miss, 
to Am., 1918; assoc. ed. Leslie's Weekly, 1919; Wall St. Journal, 
1920; author, d. in aeroplane crash, Lake Manitoba, Sept. 23, 1929. 

*ARTHUR WOODBURY CLIFFORD. 2. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., May 28, 1884. C. T. S. 1911-12; ord. Ashland, Jan. 
27, 1914; p. Ashland, May 1913-Apr. 1916; Central Ave. ch., Dover, 
N. H., May 1916-Nov. 1917; Natick, Mass., Dec. 1917-Mar. 1920; 
Cong, ch., Windham, Conn., Apr. 1920-May 1924; Pilgrim ch., North 
Weymouth, Mass., June 1924-29; Peace Dale, R. I., 1929-40. d. 
Peace Dale, Feb. 20, 1940. 

*ROBERT MARTIN DeVAULT. 3. B.D. 

b. Jonesboro, Tenn., Nov. 1, 1886. C. N. C. 1910 ; ord. Buffalo Ridge 
ch., Jonesboro, Tenn., Dec. 25, 1910; prin. high sch. Conkling, 1910- 
11; p. Greeneville, Tenn., July 1914-16; French Broad Bapt. ch., 
White Pine, Aug. 1916-May 1921; Butler, June 1921-28. d. Butler, 
Dec. 16, 1928. 

CLARENCE MORRISON FOGG. 3. B.D. 
b. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 11, 1886. Cy. C. 1909-11; ord. Cherryfield, 
Me., June 23, 1915; p. Cherryfield, Dec. 1914- Jan. 1917; Corliss St. 
ch., Bath, Feb. 1917- Aug. 1920; Freeport, Dec. 1920-Nov. 1935; 
Valley Falls, R. I., Nov. 1925-Apr. 1927; Jefferson St. ch., Biddeford, 
Me., Apr. 1927-Oct. 1929; Main St. ch., Newport, Vt., Oct. 1929-May 
1932; in bus., 1932-38; Westminster, Mass., Feb. 1938—; ad. Box 96, 
Westminster, Mass. 

WARREN CLIFFORD GOODWIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Revere, Mass., Aug. 19, 1994. Br. U. 1905-06, 1907-08; Cy. C. 
1908-Feb. 1910; tea. Danbury and Grafton, N. H., 1910-11; ord. 
South Londonderry, Vt., Aug. 29, 1914; p. South Londonderry, June 
1914-Nov. 1918; Wallingford, Dec. 1918-May 1921; Northwood, 
N. H., May 1921- June 1930; Madison, June 1930-Oct. 1940; London- 
derry, Oct. 1940 — ; ad. Londonderry, N. H. Son of E. C. Goodwin, 
class of 1883. 

ARTHUR KENNETH HERMAN. 2. B.D. 

b. Dartmouth, N. S., Jan. 1, 1889. Dalh. U. 1911; Ac. U. 1911-12; 



246 Students — 1914 

ord. Dartmouth, N. S., Aug. 21, 1914; p. Milton, Aug. 1914- Jan. 1916; 
priv. 13th battalion, C. E. F., Canada, England, France, Mar. 1916- 
May 1918; lect., Mar. 1918- Apr. 1919; p. Summerside, P. E. I., Nov. 
1919-Dec. 1925; Moncton, N. B., May 1926- Aug. 1938; Verdun, P. Q., 
Aug. 1938- Aug. 1940; Sackville, N. B., Sept. 1940—; ad. Sackville. 

ISAAC HIGGINBOTHAM. 3. B.D. 
b. Stockport, Eng., July 13, 1885. Cy. C. 1911; ord. Bethany ch., 
Roxbury, Oct. 22, 1914; p. Bethany ch., Roxbury, Sept. 1914-Oct. 
1920; Middle St. ch., Portsmouth, N. H., Nov. 1920-Dec. 1923; field 
sec. Mass. Bapt. Conv., Dec. 1923-Oct. 1930; dir. miss, cooperation, 
Nov. 1930-Oct. 1940; gen. sec, Nov. 1940—; ad. 101 Willow Ave., 
Wollaston, Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1925; D.D., Cy. C. 1938. 

HERBERT EUGENE LEVOY. 3. Grad. 
b. Lowville, N. Y., Sept. 21, 1890. U. R. 1910-11; ord. Salem, Mass., 
Oct. 9, 1913; p. Townshend, Vt., Aug. 1914-Oct. 1915; Warner, N. H., 
Oct. 1915- July 1918; Manchester, Mass., July 1918- July 1921; Beth 
Eden ch., Waltham, July 1921-Sept. 1924; Manchester, Jan. 1925- 
June 1925 ; Littleton and Ayer, June 1925-Nov. 1927 ; Essex St. Union 
ch., Lynn, Nov. 1927-Feb. 1935; Highland ch., Fitchburg, Feb. 1935- 
43; Cent, ch., Chelmsford, 1943—; ad. Chelmsford, Mass. Th.B., 
Gor. C. 1928; B.D., 1930; S.T.M., 1932. 

HERBERT COLLINS LONG. 3. B.D. 
b. Denver, Colo., Aug. 14, 1887. W. J. C. 1910; Br. U. 1910-11; ord. 
Denver, Colo., July 20, 1914; instr. English, Colo. A. C. Sept. 1914- 
Aug. 1915; p. Wellfleet, Nebr., 1915-Aug. 1916; miss. A. B. F. M. S., 
Midnapore, India, Sept. 1916 — ; ad. American Baptist Mission, Mid- 
napore Dist., Bengal, India. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1927. 

ALFRED DEBBLE MASON. 1. Grad. 
b. Cambridge, Mass., 1871. Colg. T. S. 1911-13; ord. Warren Ave. 
ch., Boston, Mass., Nov. 30, 1909; p. Harrisville, R. I., 1914-20. No 
further record. 

HARVEY JOHN MOORE. 3. B.D. 
b. Rose Hill, la., Feb. 22, 1883. ord. Woodward, Sept. 5, 1907; p. 
Woodward, 1907-Sept. 1908; Atlantic, Nov. 1908-Feb. 1910; Perry, 
Feb. 1910- July 1911; Des M. U. 1911; p. 1st ch., Dedham, Sept. 1911- 
June 1914; 1st ch., Somerville, Oct. 1914-Feb. 1917; Grand Forks, 
N. D., Mar. 1917- Aug. 1918; war work, Y. M. C. A., Sept.-Nov. 1918; 
Keokuk, la., Dec. 1918- Jan. 1923; Wakefield, Mass., Feb. 1923-27; 
Poughkeepsie ; in bus., Portland, Me., 1941. 

CHESTER JAY UNDERHILL. 3. B.D. 

b. Winchester, Mass., June 12, 1885. W. J. C. 1911; ord. 1st ch., 
Melrose, June 10, 1912; p. 1st ch., Weymouth, 1913-16; 1st ch., 
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1916-18; chapl., 1st lieut., U. S. A., 
Feb. 1918- Aug. 1919; p. Washington St. ch., Lynn, Mass., Nov. 1919- 
28; ins. and real estate broker, Lynn, 1928-38; Boston, 1938 — ; ad. 
31 Newbury St., Boston, Mass. 

GUY LINWOOD VANNAH. 3. B.D. 

b. Mount Vernon, Me., Sept. 5, 1887. Boston Bib. Sch. and Ransom 
Inst., 1909-11; ord. Advent Christ, ch., Boston, Apr. 22, 1915; instr. 
N. E. Sch. of Theol. 1914-20; pres. 1920—; act. p. Port Clyde, Me., 
1917, 1918, 1919; West Wareham, Mass., Oct. 1920-Sept. 1923; Mel- 
rose, Jan. 1929-Oct. 1941; ad. 96 Sargent St., Melrose, Mass. D.D., 
Aurora C. 1930. 

HOWARD ABNER WELCH. 2. B.D. 
b. North Attleboro, Mass., Nov. 15, 1887. Ba. C. 1912; ord. Rock- 



Students — 1915 247 

land, Me., Feb. 16, 1915; p. Rockland, Feb. 1915-Feb. 1921; Brewer, 
Feb. 1921-Dec. 1928; Court St. ch., Auburn, Dec. 1928-Dec. 1930; 
Warren, Dec. 1930-Sept. 1938; Community ch., Sabattus, May 
1939—; ad. 25 Elm St., Sabattus, Me. 



Roy B. Bowers. 1. 

b. Elizabethton, Tenn., Aug. 30, 1888. C. N. C. 1910 ; ord. Watango 
Valley, Sept. 1, 1907; p. Hampton, 1907; Three Springs, 1908-10; 
Russellville, 1910-11; Ocala, Fla., 1917; tea. Eustis, 1917-19; supt. 
schs., Bristol, Va., 1919-38. Present ad. unknown. 

Arthur Chessman Clark. 1. 
b. South Framingham, Mass., Mar. 22, 1879. Br. U. 1907-11; in bus., 
New York, N. Y., 1925; Irvington, N. J., 1930. No further record. 

George Sayres Miller. 1. 
b. Rahway, N. J., Feb. 23, 1887. Colg. U. 1911; R. T. S. 1913-14; 
ord. Rahway, N. J., Nov. 17, 1914; p. 1st ch., Knoxville, Pa., June 
1914- June 1917; Taylor Mem. ch., Paulsboro, N. J., June 1917-Mar. 
1921; Washington St. ch., Orange, Mar. 1921-Oct. 1929; Irvington, 
Oct. 1929—; ad. 59 Yale Ave., Irvington, N. J. 

Herbert Rollins Whitelock. 1. 
b. Whitinsville, Mass., Apr. 17, 1885. Gordon Sch., N. T. I. 1910-11; 
ord. Tremont Temple ch., Boston, June 2, 1911; dir. S. S. and Y. P. 
work, Me. Bapt. Conv., June 1912- Aug. 1915; p. Brighton Ave. ch., 
Boston, Mass., Sept. 1915-Dec. 1918; 1st Mariners ch., Boston, Jan.- 
Dec. 1919; People's ch., Manchester, N. H., Jan. 1920-30; Horace 
Mem. ch., Chelsea, Mass., 1930-36; ev., 1937—; ad. 1-3 Dover St., 
Union Rescue Mission, Boston, Mass. 

1915 

ANDREW BERGGREEN. 2. B.D. 

b. Sandefjord, Norway, Oct. 7, 1889. Oskaloosa C. 1913; Garrett 
Bib. Inst. ; ord. Norwegian Meth. ch., Milwaukee, Wis., Sept. 22, 1913 
p. Scandinavian Meth. ch., Concord, Mass., Sept. 1913-Aug. 1916 
Bishop McCabe Mem. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. 1916-June 1919 
1st ch., Haugesund, Norway, July 1919- June 1922; 1st ch., Horten, 
July 1922 — ; ad. Horten, Norway. 

AUBREY STERLING BISHOP. 2. B.D. 

b. Wolfville, N. S., Sept. 22, 1889. Ac. U. 1913; ord. Jamaica Plain, 
Mass., Sept. 30, 1915; p. Centre St. ch., Jamaica Plain, Jan. 1915- 
May 1918; grad.-stud., H. U. 1916-17; p. Fairville, N. B., June 1918- 
Dec. 1920; Hillsboro, Jan. 1921- Jan. 1926; Campbellton, Jan. 1926- 
Jan. 1931; St. Stephen, Jan. 1931-Nov. 1935; Florenceville, Nov. 
1935-Nov. 1938; Port Maitland, 1939-42; Warren Me., July 1942—; 
author; ad. Warren, Me. 

EDWARD MILTON ADDISON BLEAKNEY. 2. B.D. 

b. Salisbury, N. B., July 20, 1890. Ac. U. 1913; grad.-stud., H. U. 
D. S., 1917-22; ord. New Boston, N. H., June 20, 1914; p. Stoneham, 
Mass., Aug. 1915-Feb. 1919; Hyde Park, Feb. 1919-Mar. 1922; Utica, 
N. Y., Mar. 1922-28; Mt. Lebanon ch., Pittsburg, Pa., 1928-37; ad. 
38 Hyde St., Newton Highlands, Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1920; D.D., 
Waynesburg C. 1935. 

GEORGE FOSTER CAMP. 3. B.D. 
b. Sutton, N. B., Mar. 4, 1883. Ac. U. 1910 ; ord. Kingsboro, P. E. I., 
Oct. 1910; p. East Point, 1910-12; Adamsville, R. I., 1915-16; North 
Tewksbury, Mass., 1917-Dec. 1924; Webster, Jan. 1925-39; Un. ch., 
Conway, 1939 — ; ad. Conway, Mass. 



248 Students — 1915 

*RICHARD ERNEST CORUM. 3. B.D. 

b. Moscow, Ky., Mar. 23, 1885. ord. Riddleton, Tenn., July 6, 1906; 
p. Boma and Hopewell, 1907-08; state miss., Green Co., 1909-10; 1st 
ch., Greeneville, Nov. 1910-Sept. 1912; C. N. C. 1911; C. E. ch., 
Beverley, Mass., Nov. 1912- June 1913; Im. ch., Ipswich, June 1913- 
May 1915; ev. and enlistment, Tenn. State Conv., June 1915-May 
1916; Central ch., Bearden, May 1916-May 1917; 1st ch., Lenoir City, 
May 1917- Aug. 1918; Eastland, Nashville, Aug. 1918-May 1919; 
enlistment sec, Home Mission Bd., S. B. C, Oct. 1919-June 1921; p. 
1st ch., Sevierville, June 1921-25. d. Knoxville, June 15, 1925. 

WILLIAM HENRY CUTLER. 3. B.D. 
b. Carthage, 111., Mar. 13, 1885. D. U. 1912; p. Fulton, O., 1910-12; 
supt. Vacation Bib. schs., N. E., 1914; ord. 1st ch., Newton, Mass., 
June 13, 1915 ; assoc. p. Bellevue, Pa., 1915-16 ; Am. ambulance serv., 
French Army, Oct. 1916- June 1917; chapl. U. S. A., France, 1917-19; 
p. Armbridge, Pa., 1922-27; Un. ch., South Side, Pittsburgh; Potts- 
ville; ad. 810 Mahantongo St., Pottsville, Pa. 

FREDERICK MILTON DERWACTER. 3. B.D. 

b. Zanesville, O., Jan. 31, 1889. D. U. 1912; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., June 8, 1916; p. No. Bennington, Vt., Sept. 1916-June 1920; 
miss. A. B. F. M. S., Toyko, Japan, Sept. 1920-Sept. 1922; Himeji, 
Sept. 1922- July 1925; prof. Gr., W. J. C. 1928—; author since 1925, 
Preparing the Way for Paul, 1930 ; ad. 202 W. Franklin St., Liberty, 
Mo. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1916. 

FRANK RUSSELL DOLEMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Brighton, N. S., Dec. 19, 1884. Ac. U. 1910-12; ord. Greenfield, 
N. S., Apr. 18, 1916; p. Hebron, Sept. 1917- July 1919; Oakland, Me., 
Aug. 1919-Oct. 1920; Liberty, Nebr., Oct. 1920- Jan. 1922; York, Feb. 
1922-Sept. 1923; Holyoke, Colo., Sept. 1923-Oct. 1925; Hebron, N. S., 
Nov. 1925- Aug. 1927; Halifax West End, Nov. 1927-Oct. 1931; Ar- 
cadia, Nov. 1931-Mar. 1938; Bass River, Mar. 1938—; ad. Bass River. 

FREDERICK WILLIAM FRENCH. 3. B.D. 
b. Springfield, Mass., June 22, 1884. Mount Hermon Sch., 1913; 
ord. Adams, Mass., June 30, 1915; p. Adams, 1915-Nov. 1917; East 
Longmeadow, Nov. 1917-Oct. 1920 ; Y. M. C. A. serv., win. 1918-19 ; 
p. North ch., Brockton, Oct. 1920-25; Beneficent Cong, ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I. ; Royalston, Mass., 1941 — ; ad. 100 Piedmont St., Worces- 
ter, Mass. 

*RICHARD JACOB INKE. 3. B.D. 

b. Gross Esern, Russia, Dec. 2, 1880. German Bapt. S., Porto Alegre, 
Brazil, 1903-06; German Dept., R. T. S. 1910-12; ord. Ramirez, 
Argentina, Nov. 25, 1906; p. Ebenezer ch., Ramirez, Nov. 1906-Nov. 
1910 ; Nova Odessa and Campinas chs., Sau Paulo, Brazil, July 1915- 
Feb. 1917; gen. miss, to Russians in U. S., under N. B. C. Nov. 1921- 
May 1923 ; prof. Rio Bapt. C. and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Mar. 1917- 
Oct. 1921; June 1923-36; author, d. Rio de Janeiro, Nov. 20, 1936. 
S.T.M., N. T. I. 1922. 

*JOHN MARCUS KESTER. 3. B.D. 

b. near Kings Mountain, N. C, Apr. 26, 1887. Wake Forest C. 1912; 
ord. near Kings Mountain, June 28, 1912; stud. Un. Free Church C, 
U. of Glasgow, and Oxford U. 1915-16; p. 2nd ch., Newton, Mass., 
Feb. 1913-July 1915; 1st ch., Wilson, N. C, Oct. 1916- Apr. 1919; 1st 
ch., Shelby, Apr. 1919-Dec. 1922; educ. sec. Foreign Miss. Bd., 
S. B. C, Jan. 1923-Sept. 1924; p. 1st ch., Wilmington, N. C, Sept. 
1924-36. d. Wilmington, Mar. 1, 1936. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1919. 



Students — 1915 249 

MORRIS MILLS LEONARD. 3. B.D. 
b. Cherry Creek, N. Y., July 29, 1889. M. I. T.; grad-stud., 0. C. 
1915-16; chapl. U. S. N.; St. Thomas, Virgin Isles, 1935. Present 
ad. unknown. 

SELDEN RUFUS McCURDY. B.D. 

See class of 1899. 

FRANCIS PENLEY MANLEY. 3. B.D. 

b. Gordon, Kans., July 17, 1888. McMinnville C. 1912; ord. Newton 
Centre, Mass., June 13, 1915; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Nellore, India, 
1915 — ; author since 1925, The Manley Collection of Stone Age Im- 
plements, 1941; ad. Ramapatnam, Nellore Dist., India. S.T.M., 
N. T. I. 1930; D.D., Linfield C. 1940. 

THOMAS SHERRARD ROY. 2. B.D. 

b. Newcastle, N. B., Aug. 31, 1884. Ac. U. 1911; ord. Digby, N. S., 
June 22, 1911; p. Un. ch., Digby, June 1911-June 1913; p. Beth Eden 
ch., West Fitchburg, Sept. 1913-June 1915; Lincoln Park ch., West 
Newton, Sept. 1915-Oct. 1919; Talbot St. ch., London, Ont., Oct. 1919- 
Feb. 1922; 1st ch., Brockton, Mass., Feb. 1922- Jan. 1929; 1st ch., 
Worcester, Jan. 1929—; prof. Pub. Speaking, N. T. I., 1935-36; ad. 
Ill Park Ave., Worcester, Mass. D.D., Ac. U. 1932, Cy. C. 1932. 

CHELLIS VIELLE SMITH. 3. Grad. 
b. Deerfield, N. H., Mar. 18, 1887. Cy. C. 1911-12; ord. Bradley, Me., 
June 22, 1911; p. Bradley, May 1911-Sept. 1912; Plaistow, N. H., 
Nov. 1912-Mar. 1917; chapl. N. H. leg., 1916-17; p. Somerville, Mass., 
Mar. 1917- Apr. 1922; chapl., 1st lieut., 74th inf., U. S. A., 1918-19; 
p. Hyde Park, Mass., Apr. 1922 — ; author; ad. 19 Perkins Ave., Hyde 
Park, Mass. B.D., N. T. 1. 1916 ; M.R.E., Bost. U. 1921 ; S.T.M., Gor. 
C. 1928; S.T.D., 1929. 

ARTHUR SHERIDAN WESTNEAT. 3. B.D. 

b. Prahnan, Victoria, Australia, May 14, 1883. Georgetown C. 1911; 
ord. Georgetown, Ky., Feb. 1911; p. Im. ch., Lexington, July 1910- 
Aug. 1912; A. T. S. 1915-16; S. B. T. S.; Temple U.; p. Hudson, 
N. H., July 1915-Nov. 1918; Calvary ch., Westwood, N. J., May 1920- 
36; Bayonne, 1936 — ; author, The Ordinance of Resurrection, 1927; 
ad. Bayonne, N. J. 

FREDERICK ELLSWORTH WOLF. 3. B.D. 
b. Homestead, la., Jan. 17, 1883. D. U. 1912; grad. stud., H. U. 1912- 
15 ; ord. 1st ch., Boston, May 25, 1915 ; asst. p. 1st ch., Boston, 1912- 
15; p. 1st ch., Beaver Dam, Wis., July 1915-Sept. 1917; gen. sec. 
U. Wis. Y. M. C. A., Sept. 1917-Sept. 1924; army Y. M. C. A., 1918- 
19; p. Fort Thomas, Ky., Nov. 1924-31; Poultney and E. Poultney, 
Vt., 1932-37; fd. and intern, dir. The Open Door and local dir. The 
Open Door at 1st Cong, ch., Wellesley Hills, Mass. 1938 — ; fd. and 
prof, applied rel., Amer. Theol. Sem., 1941; author since 1925, 
Experiences With God's Leadership in the New Age, 1937; The Present 
World Crisis and How to Meet It, 1940; The Open Door Book; ad. 
8 Spruce Park, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

EMERY JOHNSON WOODALL. 3. B.D. 

b. Bainbridge, Ga., Sept. 16, 1891. Wake Forest C. 1911; sec. and 
treas. No. China Un. C, now Peking U. 1915-18; Am. vice consul, 
Canton and Tientsin, China, 1919-20 ; grad. stud., Columbia U., 1920- 
21; Ph.D., Y. U. 1923, LL.B. 1924; author; law., New York City, 
1924-34; Washington, D. C, 1934r-; ad. 5336 29th St., N. W., Wash- 
ington, D. C. 



250 Students — 1915 

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS YOUNG. 

b. Sugartown, La., May 25, 1873. Louisiana C. 1895; ord. Olla, La., 
June 26, 1896; p. Mansfield and Logansport, La., 1897-99; George- 
town, Tex., Oct. 1899-Oct. 1902; Roswell, N. Mex., Nov. 1902-Feb. 
1905; gen. ev. N. Mex. and Ariz., Feb. 1905-Dec. 1907; p. Cameron, 
Tex., Dec. 1908-Feb. 1911; gen. ev., La., Feb. 1911- Aug. 1912; p. 
North Uxbridge, May 1915-Feb. 1918; Sulphur Springs, Tex., Feb. 
1918-Oct. 1919; Dubach, La., Nov. 1919-Feb. 1925; Arcadia, Feb. 
1925-28; Hamburg, 1930-37; newsp. work, 1937—; ad. Hamburg, Ark. 



Harry Gilbert Brown. 0.5. 
b. Edinburgh, Scot., May 20, 1887. Br. U. 1912; p. Elton, N. Y., 
1916; South Lyndeboro, N. H., 1921-24; res. East Postenkill, Averill 
Park, N. Y., 1925. No further information. 

Donald Fletcher. 1.5. 
b. Airdrie, Scot., Nov. 16, 1877. Gordon Sch., N. T. I. (N.T. I. 1912- 
13; Jan.- June 1914); ord. Fitzwilliam, N. H., Sept. 5, 1912; p. 
Quaker Hill, Conn., 1915-20; Lassiemouth, Scot.; ad. Lassiemouth. 

Leslie Bates Moss. 2. 
b. Minneapolis, Minn., Apr. 1, 1889. D. U. 1911 ; ord. Maiden, Mass., 
June 15, 1915 ; educ. miss., U. of Nanking, China, 1915-20 ; exec. sec. 
Alumni Soc, D. U. 1921-22; China Un. Universities, N. Y. C. 1922-24; 
assoc. sec. Committee of Reference and Counsel, For. Miss. Conf . of No. 
Am., 1924-40; exec, dir., Com. on for. relief appeals, 1940 — ; author 
since 1915, Adventures in Missionary Cooperation, 1930; Brushing 
Elbows, 1937; Who Holds the Keys?, 1938; Banners, 1939; Strength 
for Giants, 1940; Alert, 1941; ad. 10 Lester PL, White Plains, N. Y. 
A.M., A. U. 1915; D.D., D. U. 1935. 

Harry Evans Owings. 1. 
b. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 16, 1892. Richmond C. 1912; R. T. S. 1913- 
15 ; ord. Baltimore, Md., June 4, 1915 ; p. Linwood ch., Cincinnati, O., 
Nov. 1915-Nov. 1917; Mt. Lebanon ch., Dormont, Pittsburgh, Pa., 
Dec. 1917-Dec. 1920; Hightstown, N. J., Jan. 1921- Apr. 1924; Gran- 
ville, 0., Apr. 1924-Nov. 1928; Santa Ana, Calif., Dec. 1928—; ad. 
1018 Spurgeon St., Santa Ana, Calif. 
* Allan Lawrence Tedford. 1. 

b. Windsor, N. B., Aug. 14, 1883. McM. U. ; ord. Vittoria, Ont., May 
26, 1910; p. Vittoria, May-Sept. 1910; West Toronto, Sept. 1910- 
Sept. 1911; Coldstream, N. B., Nov. 1911-Sept. 1912; p. fed. ch., 
Norwich, Conn., Dec. 1912-Feb. 1915; Preston City, Feb. 1915-Feb. 
1916; Liverpool, N. S., Feb. 1916-Apr. 1918; Tabernacle ch., St. 
John, N. B., Apr. 1918-?; ev. Sask., Feb. 1920-Feb. 1921. Reported 
deceased (1941). 
Elmer Baughn Whitcomb. 1. 
b. Rushville, Ind., Dec. 28, 1890. F. C. 1912; trav. sec. Stud. Vol. 
Movement, Oct. 1913-Oct. 1914; stud. U. Chic. D. S. 1914-15; p. Cong, 
ch., Gregory, S. Dak., Sept. 1915-Aug. 1918; army serv., Sept.-Dec. 
1918; p. Cong, ch., Carthage, S. Dak., Jan. 1919- Jan. 1921; Pierre, 
Jan. 1921-25; Presb. ch., Omaha, Neb.; St. Joseph, Mo.; ad. 2522 
Felix St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

1916 

ALLAN HITCHISON BISSELL. 3. Grad. 
b. Brewer, Me., Nov. 15, 1875. ord. Adventist ch., Worcester, Mass., 
1898; p. Hingham, Jan. 1914-Sept. 1917; Michigan Ave., ch., Sagi- 
naw, Mich., Sept. 1917-Sept. 1918; 1st ch., Holyoke, Mass., Sept. 



Students — 1916 251 

1918-Mar. 1920 ; man. fin. campaigns for various organizations, 1920- 
40; p. Sterling, Mass., Feb. 1940 — ; ad. 8 Hull St., Hingham, Mass. 

GUY GARFIELD BLEAKNEY. 1. B.D. 

b. Moncton, N. B., Mar. 2, 1887. Ac. U. 1914; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., June 12, 1916; p. 1st ch., Braintree, Feb. 1917-Feb. 1922; 
U. T. S. 1923-25; p. Central ch., Elizabeth, N. J., 1925-27; Corning, 
N. Y., 1927-31; Cambridge, Mass., 1933-38; Wolfville, N. S., 1938—; 
ad. Wolfville, N. S. 

EVERETT STANLEY BURKET. 3. B.D. 
b. Washington, D. C, June 19, 1883. McMinnville C. 1913; ord. 
Newton Centre, Mass., June 12, 1916; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Kaying, 
China, 1916-17; Changning, 1917-?; ad. P. 0. Box 215, Shanghai, 
China. D.D., Linfield C. 1939. 

ASA Q. BURNS. 1. B.D. 
b. Green City, Mo., Dec. 25, 1888. ord. Winigan, June 12, 1912; 
W. J. C. Sch. of Theol. 1913-15; S. B. T. S. 1916-17, Th.D. 1917; p. 
Savannah Ave. ch., St. Joseph, Mo., June 1917-Mar. 1920; dir. rel. 
educ, Hardin C, Mexico, Mar. 1920- June 1933; U. of Chic. 1923-24; 
tea. Crescent C, Eureka Springs, Ark., 1929; v. pres. Dodd C. for 
Girls, Shrevesport, La., 1931-32; ad. 4015 South Van Ness St., Los 
Angeles, Calif. 

JAMES RUSSELL CASE. 3. B.D. 
b. Myingyan, Burma, Apr. 16, 1889. Br. U. 1913; ord. Newton Cen- 
tre, Mass., June 12, 1916; miss. Burma, Dec. 1916- Apr. 1923; p. 1st 
ch., Nobleboro, Me., Sept. 1923-Feb. 1925; N. Tunbridge and Cong, 
ch., Tunbridge, Vt., Nov. 1925-May 1931 ; East Charlotte, Jan. 1931- 
June 1935 ; ad. c/o Weeks School, Vergennes, Vt. Son of J. E. Case, 
class of 1883. 

BENJAMIN HARVEY CLARK. 3. B.D. 
b. Gardi, Ga., Feb. 7, 1884. Mercer U. 1912; ord. Lebanon, Conn., 
Oct. 25, 1916; p. Lebanon, July 1916-Jan. 1918; chapl. U. S. A., field 
rep. Am. Red Cross; p. Buena Vista, Ga., Feb. 1920-Oct. 1921; field 
dir. Ala. Tuberculosis Assoc, Birmingham, Ala.; p. Universalist ch., 
Chattanooga, Tenn., Feb. 1925-May 1929 ; Rumford, Aug. 1929-Feb. 
1932; Fed. ch., Calais, Me., 1932-39 ; Unit, ch., Laconia, N. H., 1939—; 
ad. 201 Pleasant St., Laconia, N. H. 

HAROLD WILLIAM CURTIS. 3. B.D. 
b. Belchertown, Mass., Aug. 29, 1892. Mass. Agricultural C. 1913; 
ord. Elm St. Chapel, Pittsfield, June 27, 1916; p. Elm St., Chapel 
and 1st ch., Lanesboro, June 1916-Dec. 1917; hut sec, Y. M. C. A., 
Fort Constitution, Portsmouth, N. H., Dec. 1917-May 1918; Fort 
Preble, Portland, Me., May 1918-Mar. 1919; p. Main St. ch., Saco, 
Apr. 1919-Sept. 1923; 1st ch., Rumford, Sept. 1923-May 1928; assoc 
sec. Mass. Council of Rel. Educ, May 1928- June 1929 ; p. Middle St. 
ch., Portsmouth, N. H., June 1929 — ; ad. 698 State St., Portsmouth. 

REGINALD ALEX CUTTING. 2. B.D. 

b. Moultonboro, N. H., May 7, 1894. H. U. 1914; ord. Tremont Tem- 
ple, Boston, June 23, 1916; p. West Bridgewater, 1916-20; assoc 
prof. Geo. Washington U., Sch. of Med. 1920-21; U. of 111., C. of Med. 
1921-22; asst. surg., U. S. Naval Med. Sch. and Hosp., Washington, 
D. C, 1923-26; asst. prof, surgery, Tulane U. 1926-31; prof. La. State 
Med. Centre, 1931-33; assoc. prof., How. U. 1935-37; prof, physiol- 
ogy, G. U. 1935 — ; ad. 1247 New Hampshire Ave., N. W., Washing- 
ton, D. C. Ph.D., H. U. 1919 ; M.D. and CM., Mag. U. 1923. 

ELLERY GORDON DAKIN. 2. B.D. 
b. Centreville, Digby Co., N. S., Feb. 9, 1890; Ac. U. 1914; ord. New- 



252 Students — 1916 

ton Centre, Mass., June 8, 1916; p. Cambridge, N. S., June 1916-Oct. 
1917; Aylesford, Oct. 1917-Oct. 1919; Springhill, Apr. 1920- Apr. 
1922; Chester, 1922-Oct. 1924; grad. stud., N. T. I., Nov. 1924-25; 1st 
ch., Chelsea, 1925-26; Sanford, Me., 1926-35; 1st ch., New Britain, 
Conn., 1935-39; Mansfield, Mass., 1940—; ad. 89 N. Main St., Mans- 
field, Mass. 

GEORGE FERGUSON FINNIE. 3. B.D. 
6. Glasgow, Scot., Dec. 9, 1883. D. U. 1913; ord. Central ch., Tiver- 
ton, R. I., July 27, 1916; p. Central ch., Tiverton, July 1916-Oct. 1917; 
Un. ch., Lewiston, Me., Nov. 1917-29; North ch., Camden, N. J. 1929- 
35; Calvary ch., Norristown, 1937 — ; author, Jesus, an Appreciation', 
ad. 813 W. Marshall St., Norristown, N. J. D.D., Ba. C. 1924. 

CLARENCE FRANK GIFFORD. 2. B.D. 
b. East Angus, P. Q., June 29, 1886. Br. U. 1912; ord. Danielson, 
Conn., Dec. 5, 1913; p. Temple Chap., No. Tiverton, R. I., Dec. 1913- 
Sept. 1915; asst. p. 1st ch., Fall River, Mass., June 1917-Dec. 1921; 
p. 1st Christian ch., and Cong, ch., Assonet, Jan. 1922 — ; ad. South 
Main Rd., Assonet, Mass. 

♦BENJAMIN MALCOLM HARRIS. 3. B.D. 

b. Kingston, Mass., Sept. 1893. Br. U. 1913; ord. Paige St. ch., 
Lowell, June 30, 1916; p. Fairfax, Vt., Sept. 1916-Oct. 1917; Y. M. 
C. A. serv., June 1918-Mar. 1919 ; p. Arlington, R. I., May 1919-Sept. 
1922; lect, Phil., Br. U. 1920-22; asst. min., 1st ch., Unit., Boston, 
Mass., Feb.- June 1923; min. 1st Unit. Soc, Albany, N. Y., Sept. 1923- 
27; New Haven, Conn., 1927-37; federal probation off., 1937-39. d. 
New Haven, Mar. 12, 1939. Ph.D., Br. U. 1923. 

GEORGE ELTON HARRIS. 1. B.D. 

b. Fort Collins, Colo., Apr. 1, 1888. W. J. C. 1915; ord. Fort Collins, 
Colo., June 30. 1912; p. Dearborn and Weston, Mo., 1912-15; Ken- 
nett, Aug. 1916-Apr. 1918; Sioux Falls, So. Dak., Apr. 1918-Oct. 
1921; Calvary ch., Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 1921-Oct. 1926; Billings, 
Mont., Oct. 1926-Dec. 1928; Helena, Sept. 1929-Aug. 1930; exec. sec. 
Mont. Bapt. Conv., Aug. 1930-Sept. 1931; p. Needham, Mass., Sept. 
1931-Oct. 1939; Peru, Ind., Oct. 1939—; ad. 80 E. 5th St., Peru, Ind. 

BURCHARD ABRAHAM HYLTON. 3. B.D. 
b. Minerva, Va., Oct. 26, 1882. McMinnville, C. 1913; p. Raymond, 
Wash., 1916-Oct. 1921; Ellensburg, Oct. 1921-42. Present ad. un- 
known. 

HANSFORD DUNCAN JOHNSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Aiken County, S. C, June 13, 1887. ord. 1st ch., Macon, Ga., Sept. 
21, 1910; stud. p. Hillsboro, 1910-11; Shady Dale and Jeffersonville, 
1911-13; Mercer U. 1913; stud. p. Wood Mem. ch., Lawrence, 1914- 
16; p. 1st ch., Woburn, Sept. 1916-Oct. 1918; s. Sylvania, Ga., 1918- 
May 1919; p. Eastman, 1919- July 1920; Sylvania, July 1920-Aug. 
1921; 1st ch., Valdosta, Sept. 1921-Apr. 1928; Broadway ch., Louis- 
ville, Ky., Apr. 1928- Aug. 1939; hd. Dept. of Christianity, Mercer U., 
Sept. 1939 — ; ad. Mercer U., Macon, Ga. 

TALMADGE DeWITT KING. 3. B.D. 

b. Knoxville, Tenn., Aug. 21, 1887. C. N. C. 1912; ord. 1st ch., Jeffer- 
son City, Tenn., June 15, 1913 ; p. Oak Bluffs, Mass., Apr. 1916-Sept. 
1917; Scott St. ch., Baltimore, Md., Sept. 1917-Nov. 1918; Y. M. C. A. 
war work, Nov. 1918-Aug. 1919; in bus., Port Ivory, L. I., N. Y., 1919- 
20; min. Emmanuel House, Brooklyn, 1921 — ; ad. 365 Park St., Upper 
Montclair, N. J. 



Students — 1916 253 

JAMES LEE LEWIS. 3. B.D. 

b. Quincy, 111., June 20, 1889. Knox C. 1913; ord. Quincy, 111., June 
20, 1916; miss. Quincy Bapt. Assoc, 1912; p. Oquawka, 1912-13; No. 
Leverett, Mass., and No. Sunderland, 1914; 1st ch., Ashland, 1916-19; 
grad. stud., H. U. 1916-17; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Tharrawaddy, Burma, 
Dec. 1917-32; Mason City, la.; Omaha, Nebr.; ad. Trinity Bapt. 
Church, Omaha, Nebr. 

MARK MOHLER. 3. B.D. 
b. Emporia, Kans., Nov. 8, 1885. Br. U. 1911, grad. stud., 1912-13; 
ord. Jamestown, R. I., June 28, 1916; p. Central ch., Jamestown, Feb. 
1912-Sept. 1918; Unit. Soc, Lawrence, Kans., Oct. 1919-Apr. 1923; 
grad. stud., H. U. D. S. 1923-24; H. U. 1924-25; p. 2nd Parish ch., 
Unit., Hingham, Mass., June 1923- July 1924; tea. high sch., Win- 
throp, Sept. 1924-27; prof. Hist, and Pol. Science, Skidmore C. 
1927 — ; ad. Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, N. Y. 

SHOICHI DOUGLAS MORIHIRA. 1. B.D. 
b. Takushimaken, Japan, Mar. 15, 1886. Bost. U. Sch. Theol. 1914- 
15; grad. stud., S. B. T. S. 1916; oversea Y. M. C. A. serv. 1918-19; 
reported in bus., Seoul, Korea. No further information. 

*CLAUDE EVERETTE MORRIS. 1. B.D. 

b. Verona, Ky., Aug. 12, 1884. F. C. 1907; S. B. T. S. 1910-11, 1911- 
12; ord. Whitestown, Ind., June 27, 1912; p. Beech Grove, Indian- 
apolis, 1912-15; p. Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N. Y., 1916-24; Em- 
manuel eh., Bronx, New York City, July 1924-41. d. New York City, 
Nov. 6, 1941. 

PAUL JUDSON MORRIS. 3. B.D. 
b. Rising Sun, Ind., Oct. 20, 1889. F. C. 1911; ord. Marshfield, June 
20, 1916; p. Marshfield, June 1916-Aug. 1917; p. Beaver Dam, Wis., 
and rel. dir. Wayland A., Aug. 1917-Oct. 1921; p. Emerson Ave. ch., 
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 1921-26; dir. ev. and rel. educ, Vt. Bapt. 
Conv., 1926-31; exec, sec, 1932-35; dir. of promotion, Ohio Bapt. 
Conv., 1935 — and exec. sec. 1939 — ; author, Winning Youth for 
Christ, 1930; A Kingdom Builder, 1932; ad. Granville, Ohio. D.D., 
F. C. 1940. 

ALONZO ROBERTSON PIXLEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Greenfield, Mass., July 8, 1883. Springfield, Y. M. C. A. 1911; 
ord. Springfield, June 21, 1916 ; p. Hampton Falls, N. H., Oct. 1915- 
Oct. 1918; sec. Y. M. C. A., 309th field artil., 78th division, A. E. F., 
1918-19; p. Manhattan, Mont., Nov. 1919-June 1922; Mason City, 
Nebr., June 1922- June 1923; Utica, 111., Nov. 1923-Mar. 1928; White 
Hall, Mar. 1928- June 1931; Edwardsville, June 1931- Apr. 1932; 
Berwick, Apr. 1932-Sept. 1937; Kane, Jan. 1938-Oct. 1939; in charge 
Bapt. Home for Children, Oct. 1939-Apr. 1940 ; Hysong funeral home, 
June 1941—; ad. 2515 13th St. N. W., Apt. 201, Washington, D. C. 

WILLIAM JUDSON SETZER. 3. B.D. 

b. Johnson City, Tenn., Nov. 10, 1889. ord. Jefferson City, 1911; p. 
mountain chs., Tenn., 1911-13; C. N. C. 1913; p. Centerville C. E. ch., 
Beverly, Sept. 1913-Jan. 1916; Pleasant St. ch., Concord, N. H., Jan. 
1916-Mar. 1921; Worthen St. ch., Lowell, Mass., Mar. 1921-May 1923; 
Central ch., Mar. 1923-Mar. 1927; field and fin. sec, Vt. A., Mar. 1927- 
Oct. 1930; p. Manchester, N. H., Jan. 1931—; ad. 25 Lodge St., 
Manchester, N. H. 

CHELLIS VIELLE SMITH. B.D. 

See class of 1915. 



254 Students — 1917 

ALBERT EDWARD STONE. 1. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 10, 1886. Colg. U. 1912; Hartford T. S. 1914- 
15 ; ord. Ruggles St. ch., Boston, June 1916 ; p. 1st ch., Putnam, Conn., 
June 1916-Feb. 1918; chapl. U. S. N., Feb. 1918—; ad. U. S. S. 
Colorado, Bremerton, Wash. 

GEORGE FRANCIS STURTEVANT. 3. B.D. 
b. Lowell, Mass., Aug. 2, 1886. Cy. C. 1912-13; ord. West Somer- 
ville, Sept. 15, 1916; asst. p. West Somerville, Sept. 1916-Sept. 1917; 
bldg. sec, Y. M.C. A., June 1917-Jan. 1920; act. p. Worthen St. ch., 
Lowell, Mass., Mar.-Sept. 1920; p. 1st Cong, ch., Dracut, Nov. 1920- 
Sept. 1923; dir. rel. educ, 1st ch., Lowell, Sept. 1923-Dec. 1924; dir. 
rel educ, R. I. Bapt. Conv., Jan. 1925-31 ; dir. rel. educ. and evangel- 
ism, Mich. Bapt. Conv., 1934; p. W. Warwick, R. I., June 1935—; 
colp. R. I. Bapt. Conv., 1941; ad. 1886 Rogers St., Lowell, Mass. 
M.R.E., Bost. U. 1923. 

ALVA VIVIAN WOOD. 3. B.D. 
b. Mandeville, Jamaica, Dec. 11, 1887. Tu. C. 1913; ord. 1st ch., 
Charlestown, Mass., June 1916; miss. tea. Internatl. C, El Cristo, 
Cuba, 1916-19 ; prof. Evangelical Seminary, Porto Rico, 1919-20 ; dir. 
Spanish-speaking Miss., New York City, 1920-21 ; grad. stud., U. T. S. 
1920-21; p. fed. ch., Sandwich, 111., 1921-23; act. p. Englewood ch., 
Chicago, 111., 1923-24; grad. stud., U. Chic. 1921, 1923, 1924; prof. 
Sociol. and Social Eth., Hillsdale C, 1924-28; Rockford C. 1928-?. 
No further information. 

ANDREW YOUNG. 3. B.D. 
b. Sangerville, Me., Sept. 12, 1888. Cy. C. 1913; ord. South Dover, 
Me., Sept. 18, 1918; Y. M. C. A. serv., Camp Devens, Oct. 1918-May 
1919; p. Rockport, Me., Dec 1919-Nov. 1924; Un. Bapt. ch., Topsham, 
Nov. 1924-May 1929; Harrison, May 1929—; ad. Harrison, Me. 



Roy Irving Balcom. 1. 

b. Clarence, N. S., Apr. 13, 1889. Ac. U. 1912, grad. stud., 1912-13; 

85th inf. battalion, C. E. F., 1916-19; in bus., N. S., 1919—; ad. 66 

Chestnut St., Halifax, N. S. Son of J. H. Balcom, class of 1893. 
.Aaron A.verv Gates 1 

b. Blandford, N. S., 1886. Ac U. 1907-09; Oskaloosa C. 1911; Chic. 

T. S.; Hart. T. S. Sch. Rel. Pedagogy, 1920; ord. Murray River, 

P. E. I., Mar. 11, 1911; p. Cong, ch., Hampton, Conn., 1920-24; East 

Douglas, Mass., 1924-?; Dorchester; Mem. ch., Hartford, Conn.; ad. 

Summerside, P. E. I. 
Joseph Henry Vatcher. 1. 

b. Georgetown, P. E. I., Nov. 2, 1882. Colg. U. 1909-13; R. T. S. 

1914-16; ord. Warren Ave. ch., Boston, Mass., May 23, 1916; p. 

Ithaca, Mich., Sept. 1916-May 1918; Sault Ste. Marie, May 1918-21; 

Port Huron, 1921-28; w. c Somerville, Mass., 1928-30; p. Coldwater, 

Mich., 1930-35; Mt. Dora, Fla., 1935-37; Lakeport, N. H., 1939-?; 

ad. Lakeport, N. H. 

1917 

HAROLD CHARLES ABBOT. 1. B.D. 
b. Lynn, Mass., Sept. 5, 1892. Ba. C. 1915; ord. 1st Free Bapt. ch., 
Roxbury, Mass., May 1917; p. Livermore Falls, Me., June 1917-Nov. 
1918; Maplewood ch., Maiden, Mass., Dec. 1918-Oct. 1926; 5th ch., 
Philadelphia, Pa., Oct. 1926-Oct. 1930; 1st ch., Everett, Oct. 1935—; 
ad. 52 Church St., Everett, Mass. S.T.D., Gor. C. 1932. 



Students — 1917 255 

RALPH TAYLOR ANDEM. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 4, 1891. Bost. U. 1914; ord. Somerville, Mar. 
8, 1917; p. Richmond, Me., Sept. 1917- July 1918; chapl. 33rd heavy 
artil., July-Dec. 1918; p. Farmington, Me., Dec. 1918- Jan. 1926; 
Broadway ch., Providence, R. I., June 1926-Feb. 1929; exec. sec. 
Mich. Bapt. Conv., Feb. 1929 — ; ad. 231 Center St., East Lansing. 

ALLAN HUTCHISON BISSELL. B.D. 

See class of 1916. 

LUKE MONROE BLEAKNEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Petitcodiac, N. B., Mar. 23, 1880. Ac. U. 1911-14; A. T. S., Oct. 
1919-Feb. 1920, Oct. 1922-Feb. 1923; ord. North River, N. B., May 8, 
1918; p. Danville, N. H., Nov. 1918-Nov. 1921; assoc. p. Clarendon 
St. ch., Boston, Mass., Nov. 1921-Nov. 1922; p. Knull, Ida., May 1923- 
Feb. 1924; Community ch., Aloha, Ore., Mar. 1924-?; Middletown, 
N. J., 1931; ad. Bloomiield, N. J., 1931; College Park, Md., 1935-38. 
Present ad. unknown. 

ARTHUR DEMING CARPENTER. 3. B.D. 
b. Abbott's Corner, P. Q., June 25, 1875. McM. U. 1913-14; ord. 
Monsonville, P. Q., Feb. 24, 1909; p. Monsonville, 1906-10; Abbott's 
Corner, 1910-11; Blenheim, Ont., 1911-13; Willimantic, Conn., 1917- 
24; Torrington, 1924-30?; Courtland, N. Y., 1930; Portland, Pa., 
1937; Dryden, N. Y., 1940. Present ad. unknown. 

OWEN TRUMAN DAY. 3. B.D. 
b. Portland, Ore., July 17, 1890. McMinnville C. 1914; ord. Water- 
town, June 1917; p. Belmont St. ch., Watertown, June 1917- June 
1919; Arleta ch., Portland, Ore., July 1919-1924; Grace ch., Spokane, 
Wash., Jan. 1925-32; Selma, Calif., 1932; Roger Williams ch., Los 
Angeles, 1939 — ; ad. 1333 Alvarado Terrace, Los Angeles, Calif. 

CARLTON EASTON. 2. B.D. 
b. Brockton, Mass., Nov. 30, 1889. Ac. U. 1914; ord. North ch., 
Brockton, Mass, June 12, 1917; p. South ch., Haverhill, Sept. 1916- 
Nov. 1921; Waldo Cong, ch., Brockton, Jan. 1922- July 1924; Quincy 
Point ch., Quincy, July 1924 — ; ad. 81 Edison Park, Quincy, Mass. 

ROSS CHIPMAN EATON. 2. B.D. 

b. Lower Canard, N. S., Dec. 16, 1888. Ac. U. 1913; ord. Amherst, 
N. S., Aug. 4, 1914; p. Amherst, Aug. 1914-May 1915; West Royal- 
ton, Mass., Oct. 1915-Dec. 1916; Mansfield, Apr. 1917- June 1920; 
Mattapan, June 1920- Apr. 1922; Charlottetown, P. E. I., Apr. 1922- 
29; Brandon, Manit., 1929-35; Bridgetown, N. S., 1935-41; Freeport, 
1941—; ad. Freeport, N. S. 

JAMES THOMAS EDWARDS. 3. B.D. 
b. Crawfordville, Ga., July 2, 1890. ord. Sandy Cross, Ga., June 
1912; Mercer U. 1914; p. 1st ch., Danielson, Conn., May 1917-Sept. 
1920; Bethel ch., Bloxom, Va., Sept. 1920-?; ad. State Farm, Mass., 
1930. Present ad. unknown. 

EROLD ROBERT FARRAR. 3. B.D. 
b. Monson, Me., Dec. 9, 1887. Cy. C. 1912-14; ord. Norridgewock, 
July 17, 1918; p. Norridgewock, 1917-23; North Berwick, 1923-Oct. 
1925; Washburn, Oct. 1925-35; Ellsworth, 1935—; ad. EUsworth, Me. 

CARLTON LeROY FEENER. 3. 

b. Bridgewater, N. S., Jan. 29, 1891. Ac. U. ; ord. Greenville, N. H. 
Mar. 19, 1916; grad. stud., N. T. I. 1917-18; p. Bridgewater, 1918-19 
Un. ch., Hopedale, 1919-20; s. s. Cong, ch., Foxboro, Dec. 1920- ? 
Braintree, 1930; Northbridge, 1933; Com. ch., Danvers, 1937; ad. 33 
Ocean St., Beverly, Mass. B.D., N. T. 1. 1931. 



256 Students — 1917 

*CHARLES ALVAH SPURGEON HOWE. 2. B.D. 

b. Moncton, N. B., Dec. 4, 1880. Ac. U. 1915; ord. Canning, Kings 
Co., N. S., June 25, 1915; p. Berean Temple ch., Dorchester Center, 
1916-20; Mattapan ch., Milton, 1920; Amesbury, May 1920-25; 2d 
ch., Palmer, 1926-34. d. Palmer, Nov. 23, 1934. 

ADRIAN THEODORE JUNE. B.D. 

See class of 1913. 

ASA ALEXANDER MORRISON. 3. B.D. 

b. Lempster, N. H., Sept. 6, 1883. Cy. C. 1912-14; ord. 1st ch., 
Brockton, June 11, 1917; p. Plaistow, N. H., June 1917-May 1920; 
Morningside ch., Pittsfield, May 1920-26; res. Natick, 1926—; ad. 50 
Washington St., Natick, Mass. 

ALFRED WATTS NEWCOMBE. 3. B.D. 
b. Thomaston, Me., Jan. 5, 1891. B. C. 1914; ord. 1st ch., Boston, 
Mass., June 7, 1917; p. Hyde Park ch., Cincinnati, O., 1918-19; stud. 
U. Chic. D. S. 1919-20; prof. hist, and govt., Knox C. 1920—; stud, 
and trav. in Europe, 1924-25; ad. Knox College, Galesburg, 111. 
Ph.D. 1934. Son of W. A. Newcombe, class of 1875. 

HENRY SCOTT PHILPOTT. 1. B.D. 

b. Christchurch, New Zealand, Aug. 29, 1883. Xenia T. S. 1914-16; 
ord. 1st ch., Xenia, O., May 28, 1917; p. Jericho, Vt., June-Sept. 1917; 
miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, Sept. 1917- Apr. 1925; p. Monson, Me., 
May 1925-Aug. 1926; Toronto, Ont.; Sherbrook, N. S., 1931; Tatama- 
gouche, 1936; ad. 3514 Awillier St., Hochelaga P. O., Montreal, P. Q. 

CHARLES DURKEE PIPER. 2. B.D. 
b. Beaver River, Yarmouth Co., N. S., Nov. 7, 1893. Ac. U. 1915 
(N. T. I. 1915-16; 1916-17); ord. Roslindale, Mass., Jan. 14, 1918; 
p. 1st ch., Montpelier, Vt., Mar. 1918-Oct. 1922; Fifth St. ch., Lowell, 
Mass., Nov. 1922-29; Chester, Vt., 1929-32; res. Jamestown, N. Y.; 
ad. 408 E. 8th St., Jamestown, N. Y. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1931. 

HARRY JULIUS SCHULMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Norwich, Conn., June 14, 1891. D. U. 1914; ord. Norwich, Conn., 
Apr. 1918; army Y. M. C. A., Dec. 1917- Apr. 1919; exec. sec. Tuber- 
culosis Assoc, Delaware County, Pa., Apr. 1919-?; 1403 Washington 
Ave., Chester, Pa., 1928. No further record. 

MILES WOODWARD SMITH. 3. B.D. 
b. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 23, 1889. W. J. C. 1911; grad. stud., Bost. U. 
1921-22; ord. Erlanger, Ky., Aug. 8, 1910; p. 1st ch., Tarkio, Mo., 
June 1911-Dec. 1912; East Sedalia ch., Sedalia, Dec. 1912-Sept. 1914; 
Stratford St. ch., West Roxbury, Boston, Mass., Apr. 1917-Feb. 1922; 
Norwood, O., Feb. 1922- June 1924; dir. rel. educ, Mass. Bapt. Conv., 
June 1924-30; dir. and ed. A. B. P. S. 1930—; author since 1925, 
Homeland of the Master, 1933; Light of the Nations, 1934; The Way 
of Wisdom. 1935; ad. Suffolk Manor, Apt. F-619, Broad and Clear- 
view Sts., Philadelphia, Pa. M.R.E., N. T. I. 1930; D.D., W. J. C. 
1935. 

JAMES FRAUGHTMAN WATSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Pee Dee, S. C, June 3, 1879. Furman U. 1902; ord. Newton Cen- 
tre, June 7, 1917; s. various chs. ; fd. and pres. Atlanta School of 
Oratory and Expression, 1920-39; dir. Atlanta Institute of Speech 
and Expression, 1939 — ; author, Basic Principles of Education and 
Expression, 1929; ad. 875 Dill Ave., Atlanta, Ga. LL.D., Peoples 
Natl. U. 1922; Ph.D., U. Atlanta 1930. 



Students — 1918 257 

JOHN HENRY WEBB. 3. B.D. 
b. Elberton, Ga., Mar. 21, 1893. Mercer U. 1911-14; ord. Elberton, 
Ga., Dec. 28, 1913; p. Hagerstown, Md., June 1917-Sept. 1920; Mon- 
roe, Ga., Sept. 1920- Jan. 1927; Beech St. ch., Texarkana, Nov. 
1940—; author, At the Gates of Mercer, 1938; ad. 611 Beech St., 
Texarkana, Ark. D.D. 1929. 

CHESTER FRANK WOOD. 3. B.D. 
b. Woburn, Mass., Aug. 3, 1892. Cy. C. 1914; ord. Woburn, Mass., 
Sept. 19, 1917; asst. p. West Somerville, Sept. 1917- July 1918; field 
rel. work, sec, Army and Navy Y. M. C. A., Greater Boston, Sept 
1919- Aug. 1920; p. Stoughton St. ch., Boston, Mar. 1919-Aug. 1920 
miss. A. B. F. M. S., West China, Oct. 1920-37; instr. N. T. 1. 1916-27 
stud. H. U. D. S. 1926-27; 1930-31; act. p. Watertown, Mass., 1939 
Bethany ch., Skowhegan, Me., 1940 — ; author, Studies in Buddhism of 
Szechuan, China, 1937 ; Pioneers in West China, 1926 ; ad. Skowhegan, 
Me. S.T.M., Bost. U. 1930. 



John Walter Meisner. 1. 
b. Port Williams, N. S., Feb. 26, 1887. Ac. U. 1915; ord. St. John, 
N. B., Sept. 1916; p. Chegoggin, N. S., Falmouth, Nictaux, Milo, 
1931 ; Corinth ; res. Dover-Foxcrof t, 1935 — ; ad. Dover-Foxcrof t, Me. 

1918 

CLARANCE FRANK BLEAKNEY. 2. B.D. 
b. Salisbury, N. B., May 2, 1893. Ac. U. 1916; post grad., N. T. I. 
and H. U. 1918-19; ord. Stoneham, June 20, 1918; p. Bridgewater, 
1919-22; Fair Haven, Vt., 1923-26; Newark, N. J., 1926—; ad. 12 
Gould Ave., Newark, N. J. D.D., Newark C. of Applied Health 
Service; S. T.M., N. T. I. 1923. 

HAROLD STERLING CAMPBELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Presque Isle, Me., July 31, 1894. Cy. C. 1915; ord. Waterville, 
Me., May 24, 1918; sec. Y. M. C. A., Camp Devens, June 1918-June 
1919; assoc. p. 1st ch., Pittsfield, Mass., June 1919-Sept. 1920; p. 
Milton, Oct. 1920-Nov. 1923; Claremont, N. H., Dec. 1923-Aug. 1927; 
Roslindale, Mass., Sept. 1927 — ; instr. Gor. C. 1936-38; assoc. prof. 
1938 — ; ad. 3 A Fairview St., Roslindale, Mass. 

WILLIS CALDWELL FURR. 2. B.D. 
b. McKinney, Tex., Dec. 24, 1892. ord. Commerce, Tex., Sept. 7, 
1913; East Texas Norm. C. 1914; U. N. C. 1914-15; H. U. D. S. 1915- 
16; p. Un. ch., Swampscott, 1918-19; Memphis, Tenn., 1919 — ; ad. 
1647 Kendall St., Memphis, Tenn. 

WILLIAM GARTSHORE. 3. B.D. 

b. Airdrie, Scot., Feb. 10, 1878. ord. Websterville, Vt., July 8, 1913; 
p. Websterville, 1913-15; p. Presb. ch., Wallace, N. S., June 1919- 
May 1922; Blackville, N. B., June 1923-28; ad. Cambridge, Mass., 
1935. Present ad. unknown. 

GEORGE CLIVE GIBSON. 3. B.D. 

b. La Grange, Ga., Nov. 21, 1888. ord. La Grange, Sept. 14, 1913; 
Mercer U. 1914; p. Geneva, Ga., Oct. 1913- Aug. 1915; Shirley, Mass., 
Oct. 1915-Oct. 1918; Winnsboro, S. C, Oct. 1918-Mar. 1923; Clemson 
C. ch., Oct. 1923-Aug. 1924; p. 1st ch., Toccoa, Ga., 1924- Jan. 1927; 
Broadway ch., Louisville, Ky., Jan. 1927- Apr. 1928; Tifton, Ga., Apr. 
1928-Sept. 1934; Rose Hill ch., Columbus, Sept. 1934—; ad. 2111 
Sixth Ave., Columbus, Ga. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1923; D.D., Mercer U. 
1941. 



258 Students — 1918 

ALEXANDER HENDERSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Aberdeen, Scotland, Apr. 23, 1890. N. E. Sch. of Theol. 1911-14 
ord. Advent Christ, ch., Boston, Mass., Apr. 22, 1914; B. C. 1920 
stud. p. Advent Christ ch., Plymouth, Mass., June 1914- July 1918 
Bapt. ch., Richmond, Me., Aug. 1918- July 1920; state dir. rel. educ, 
Un. Bapt. Conv., Me., Aug. 1920-Apr. 1923; p. Fairfield, May 1923- 
29; Calvary ch., Lowell, Mass., 1929-38; 1st ch., Medford, 1938—; ad. 
Medford, Mass. 

*HORACE McCLELLAN HUFFMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. near Terre Haute, Ind., Apr. 14, 1885. ord. Chandler, Okla., June 
29, 1913; W. J. C. 1915; p. Nobleboro, Me., June 1918-Aug. 1919. d. 
Fort Fairfield, Me., Aug. 9, 1919. 

GORDON HURLBUTT. 1. B.D. 

b. Meridian, Miss., Sept. 4, 1887. ord. Tabernacle ch., Mombile, Ala., 
Sept. 17, 1911; Mercer U. 1911; S. W. B. T. S. 1911-14, Th.M. 1914; 
S. B. T. S. 1918-19, Th.D. 1919; Yale Sch. of Rel. 1921-22; p. 1st ch., 
Ellijay, Ga., Aug. 1915-Sept. 1917; 1st ch., Ironton, 0., Jan. 1919- 
June 1920; prof. English, Miss. C. 1920-21; p. 1st ch., Hot Springs 
National Park, Ark., July 1922-26; Point Clear, Ala., 1931—; ed. 
The Christian Thinker, 1935-39; author, Wings of the Spirit, 1927; 
Windows and Wings, 1928; ad. Point Clear (via Mobile), Ala. 

WILLIAM ARCHIBALD KARRAKER. 1. B.D. 

b. Dongola, 111., Sept. 15, 1888. Ewing C. 1913; R. T. S. 1913-16 
C. T. S., B.D. 1924; ord. Fallon, Nev., Apr. 16, 1917; p. North Scitu 
ate, Mass., Oct. 1918-June 1920; Corinth, N. Y., June 1920-Jan. 1922 
Fairfield, 111., Jan. 1922- Jan. 1923; U. P., 1923-24; asst. prof. Ch 
and Roman Hist., U. P. 1924 — ; research dir. and tea. training 
Chicago Bd. of Educ, 1940—; ad. 6033 Woodlawn Ave., Chicago, 111 
Ph.D., U. Chic. 1940. 

ROBERT HENRY MOORMAN. 2. B.D. 
b. Braymer, Mo., Jan. 25, 1890. W. J. C. 1913; ord. Braymer, Mo., 
Apr. 15, 1913; S. B. T. S. 1914-16; p. 1st ch., Casper, Wyo., July 
1918-Sept. 1919; stud. p. U. Colo., Boulder, Colo., Sept. 1919-Sept. 
1920; dir. Y. P., 1st ch., Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 1920-Apr. 1921; p. 
1st ch., Paris, Apr. 1921-Apr. 1923; 1st ch., Cheyenne, Wyo., Apr. 
1923-Oct. 1928; Boise, Ida., Oct. 1928- Jan. 1930; Topeka, Kans., Jan. 
1930-May 1935; Billings, Mont., July 1935—; ad. 130 Avenue E, 
Billings, Mont. 

FORREST EDWIN ROBINSON. 3. Grad. 
b. Exeter, N. H., Apr. 3, 1886. ord. Haverhill, Mass., Oct. 23, 1912; 
p. Saxton's River, Vt., July 1918-Oct. 1919; 2nd ch., Haverhill, Mass., 
Oct. 1919-Nov. 1920; Woodstock and No. Woodstock, N. H., Nov. 
1920- June 1923; Lemoore, Calif., July 1923- July 1925; Fallon, Nev., 
July 1925-26; miss. A. B. H. M. S., Keams Canon, Ariz., Oct. 1926- 
July 1929; Sheridan, Wyo., Sept. 1929- July 1931; American Red 
Cross, Stockton, Calif., Oct. 1931-May 1934; Red Cross instr., 1937- 
42; ad. 712 Miner Ave., Stockton, Calif. B.D., N. T. 1. 1919. 

WILLIAM ALBERT STEINKRAUS. 3. B.D. 
b. Bloomington, 111., Jan. 23, 1886. S. C. 1915; p. Tremont, 111., July 
1918-Feb. 1919; ord. Powell, Wyo., Apr. 30, 1919; p. Powell, Feb. 
1919-Feb. 1920; Scotten Ave. ch., Detroit, Mich., Nov. 1920-Nov. 
1923; Logansport, Ind., Nov. 1924-27; Moline, 111., Jan. 1927- Jan. 
1933; Jerseyville, Jan. 1933- Jan. 1940; Bisbee, Ariz., Jan. 1940—; 
ad. Box 508, Bisbee, Ariz. 



Students — 1919 259 

JOSEPH ALBERT VACHON. 3. B.D. 

b. Danielson, Conn., May 27, 1887. Y. U. 1915; ord. 1st ch., Daniel- 
son, Conn., June 11, 1918; Y. M. C. A. serv., Camp Devens, June 
1918-Oct. 1919; p. 1st ch., Cheshire, Mass., Oct. 1919-Sept. 1923; Im. 
ch., New Bedford, Sept. 1923-Nov. 1928; Chase Mem. ch., Spring- 
field, Nov. 1928-41; N. Stratford, N. H., Jan. 1942—; ad. North 
Stratford, N. H. 

DIRK VANDERVOET. 3. B.D. 

b. Hillegom, Holland, Feb. 17, 1886. Gordon Sch. ; ord. Poquonnock 
Bridge, Conn., July 22, 1914; p. Hudson, N. H., Jan. 1919-Oct. 1921; 
Wallingford, Vt., Oct. 1921-Oct. 1924; W. Charleston, Oct. 1924-Nov. 
1928; Dedham, Mass., Nov. 1928-Sept. 1935; New Bedford, Feb. 
1936—; ad. 321 Shaw St., New Bedford, Mass. 

MILES OSCAR WOLFE. 3. B.D. 

b. Galva, Kans., Aug. 5, 1887. Ott. U. 1915; ord. Liberal, Kans. 
May 1919; p. Liberal, May 1919- Jan. 1921; Fort Scott, Jan. 1921-25 
Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 1925-Sept. 1931; Owatonna, Sept. 1931— 
ad. 215 E. Vine St., Owatonna, Kans. 

NORRIS ELWIN WOODBURY. 3. B.D. 

b. Nashua, N. H., Jan. 19, 1891. Br. U. 1914; ord. 1st ch., Nashua, 
N. H., June 1918; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Myitkyina, Burma, Mar. 1919- 
24; grad. stud., N. T. I., Sept.-Dec. 1924; Bhamo, Burma, Jan. 1925-32; 
South Lyndeboro and Wilton, N. H., May 1934- Jan. 1941; Madison, 
Jan. 1941 — ; ad. Madison, N. H. 



Arthur Raymond Gallimore. 0.5. 

b. Lexington, N. C, Dec. 29, 1885. W. F. C. 1909; S. B. T. S. 1912- 

15 (N. T. I. Jan.-June 1917) ; ord. Lexington, N. C, July 9, 1916; p. 

Bakerville, Aug. 1917-Sept. 1918; miss. S. B. C, South China, Sept. 

1918—; ad. Shiu Chow, China. 
Edward Vernon Home. 1. 

b. Greenville, Tex., May 29, 1892. Bay. U. 1911-13; ord. Greenville, 

Tex., 1913. No further record. 
Joseph Elwood Lewis. 1. 

b. Quincy, 111., May 23, 1892. W. J. C. 1915; U. Chic. D. S. 1916-17; 

sec. Y. M. C. A., overseas, 1917-18; city gen. sec, Sherman, Tex., 1918- 

19; stud. gen. sec. Tex. Agric. and Mechanic C. 1920-21; state sec, 

Boys' Work, Tex., 1921-?; ad. P. 0. Box 982, Provident Insurance 

Co., Tampa, Fla. 
James Robinson Shanks. 

b. Richview, 111., Dec. 4, 1884. S. C. 1915; ord. Richview, 111., Jan. 

3, 1909; p. Ashley; Princeton, 1923; Alton; Carlinsville ; ad. 434 

North Broad St., Carlinsville, 111. 

1919 

ORVAL WILLIAM BARBER. 3. Grad. 
b. Mahomet, 111., May 22, 1886. S. C. 1915; U. T. S.; p. Evanston, 
Wyo., 1919-21; man. Sch. of Expr., Boston, Mass., 1921-22; ord. 
Mahomet, 111., July 30, 1922; prof. Expr., Moravian C. and Theol. S., 
Bethlehem, Pa., 1923-24; res. Indianapolis, 1930—; ad. 304 North 
De Quincy St., Indianapolis, Ind. 

CHARLES LAMONT CONRAD. 2.5. B.D. 
b. Falmouth, Ky., Apr. 24, 1888. ord. Short Creek ch., Falmouth, 
Ky., June 20, 1911; p. Short Creek ch., Falmouth, Jan. 1912- Jan. 
1913; Gallaher's View ch., Knoxville, Tenn., Oct. 1913- Jan. 1915; 



260 Students — 1919 

C. N. C. 1915 (N. T. I. 1915-17; Jan.-June 1919) ; asst. p. Warren 
Ave. ch., Boston, 1916-17; sec. Y. M. C. A., French Army, 1917-18; 
miss, and supt. Am. Bapt. Pwo Karen Sch., Bassein, Burma, 1919 — ; 
ad. Am. Bapt. Pwo Karen Mission, Bassein. 

EDWIN BIXLER DAVIS. 1. B.D. 
b. East Otto, N. Y., Jan. 6, 1892. D. U. 1914; S. B. T. S. 1914-16 
(N. T. I. 1916-17; May- June 1919) ; Priv. Base Hosp., 44 A. E. F., 
July 1917-May 1919; ord. Atlantic Highlands, N. J., June 25, 1919; 
p. Rock Springs, Wyo., Oct. 1919- June 1921; miss. A. B. F. M. S., 
India, 1921 — ; ad. Allur, Nellore Dist., So. India. 

EUGENE DINSMORE DOLLOFF. 3. B.D. 

b. Meredith, N. H., May 10, 1890. New Hampton Lit. and Bib. Inst., 
1910; ord. Newmarket, N. H., July 7, 1914; p. Newmarket, Oct. 1913- 
Nov. 1917; p. Ashland, Nov. 1917-Feb. 1922; Blaney Mem. ch., Bos- 
ton, Feb. 1922-Dec. 1930; W. Medford, Dec. 1930—; author, A Bundle 
of Baptist Beliefs, 1932; Maturing in the Ministry, 1938; The Service 
Between Sunday, 1942; ad. 63 Boston Ave., West Medford, Mass. 
S.T.M., N. T. I. 1921; M.R.E., 1928; S.T.D., Gor. C. 1931. 

WILLIAM HENDERSON DUFF. 1. B.D. 
b. Alvarado, Tex., Nov. 22, 1884. ord. Alvarado, Oct. 12, 1913; p. 
Parker, May 1914-Aug. 1918; Bay. U. 1916; S. W. B. T. S. 1916-18, 
Th.M. 1919; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, 1919-25; p. 1st ch., Abing- 
don, Va. ; ad. Abingdon, Va. 

VERNELLE WALLACE DYER. 2.5. 
b. Cliftondale, Mass., Feb. 16, 1894. Cy.C. 1915 (N. T. I. 1915-17; 
Jan.-June 1919); sec. Y. M. C. A., Camp Devens, 1917-19; miss. 
A. B. F. M. S., Rangoon, Burma, 1919-39; ord. Waterville, Me., Dec. 
14, 1917; p. Immanuel ch., Rangoon, Burma, Dec. 1919- Jan. 1925; 
prof. Northern Bapt. Sem., Insein, 1927-39; p. Cranston St.-Roger 
Williams ch., Providence, R. I., Feb. 1941 — ; author, Christ of the 
Burma Road, 1931 ; ad. 81 Parade St., Providence, R. I. 

HERBERT ERNEST HINTON. 2. B.D. 
b. Littleton, Mass., Mar. 31, 1890. Ba. C. 1917; ord. Main St. ch., 
Lewiston, Me., Mar. 27, 1917; p. Holliston, Mass., Oct. 1918- June 
1920; spec, stud., H. U. 1919-20; Columbia Tea. C, June- Aug. 1920; 
miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, Mar. 1921-27, 1929-36; instr. Grand 
Island C. 1927-29; dir. of promotion, Conn., Aug. 1936- June 1941; 
dist. rep. M. & M. Benefit Bd., June 1941 — ; author, Our Todays and 
Yesterday, 1923; ad. 3905 Carrolton Ave., Indianapolis, Ind. D.D., 
Ba. C. 1942. 

WILLIAM SIMEON JACOBS. 2. 

b. St. Johns, Newfoundland, July 16, 1887. Ac. U. 1913-15 (N. T. I. 
1915-16; 1918-19) ; ord. Fifth St. ch., Lowell, Oct. 4, 1916; p. Fifth 
St. ch., Lowell, Jan. 1916-Sept. 1917; Im. ch., Cambridge, Sept. 1917- 
June 1919; 1st ch., Chelsea, Sept. 1919-Apr. 1925; 1st ch., Portland, 
Me., May 1925-Nov. 1926; Lakewood, O., Nov. 1926-Feb. 1931; May- 
wood, 111., Mar. 1931—; ad. 408 Fifth Ave., Maywood, 111. 

ALBERT HENRY JOHNSON. 2. B.D. 
b. Garden City, Kans., May 14, 1890. Ott. U. 1917; ord. 1st ch., 
Boston, Mass. ; in bus., 1919-23 ; p. Calvary ch., Salem, Jan. 1924-25 ; 
in bus.; res. Watertown, 1931; Somerville; ad. 243 Pearl St., Somer- 
ville, Mass. 

CALDER MOORE MILLER. 2. B.D. 
b. Macon, Ga., Nov. 18, 1892. Mercer U. 1914; S. B. T. S. 1916-17; 



Students — 1919 261 

tea. 1919-20; Mercer U. 1920-21; ord. Salem Depot, N. H., Aug. 3, 
1921; p. Salem Depot, May 1921-Sept. 1924; Norridgewock, Me., 
Dec. 1924-Oct. 1925; N. Kingstown, R. I., Oct. 1925- Aug. 1929; 1st 
ch., Block Island, Sept. 1929-Feb. 1932; Free Bapt. ch., Block Island, 
1932-43; Woodstock, N. H., 1943—; ad. Woodstock, N. H. 

GEORGE GAHAGAN REEVES. 3. B.D. 

b. Walnut, N. C, Apr. 9, 1888. ord. Ashville, N. C, Aug. 20, 1913; 
Moody Bib. Inst., 1914; S. B. T. S. 1915; p. North Bellingham, Mass., 
June 1916- June 1917; Woodville, June 1917- June 1919; Hadley, 
Mich., Sept. 1919- June 1921; Getchell St. ch., Waterville, Me., June 
1921- June 1923; Cy. C. 1923; p. 1st ch., Mt. Vernon, 0., Sept. 1923-?; 
North Wilkesboro, N. C, 1930; Ashville, 1938; ad. 5714 Blackstone 
Ave., Jackson Park Sta., Chicago, 111. 

CHARLES HULBERT RICKMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Whatcheer, la., May 22, 1891. Des Moines C. 1916; trav. around 
the world, 1919-21; p. Hermosa Beach, 1922-25; ev. 1925-?; p. Alham- 
bro; Wilmington; San Pedro; Bell; res. San Francisco; ad. 1348 
Dolores St., San Francisco, Calif. 

EORREST EDWIN ROBINSON. B.D. 

See class of 1918. 

HERBERT MUIR ROCKWELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Dorchester, Mass., Feb. 23, 1890. Cy. C. 1916; p. Madison Ave. 
ch., Cleveland, O., 1919-20; in bus., Cleveland, 1920-?. No further 
record. 

KOZUE TOMOI. 1. B.D. 

b. Kobe, Japan, Jan. 13, 1889. Japan Bapt. Theo. S. 1908-13; 
R. T. S. 1914-17; ord. Naniwa ch., Osaka, Japan, Nov. 6, 1921; asst. 
p. Kobe, 1913-14; p. Kawasaki, 1919-21; Naniwa, 1921-23; sec. Japan 
Bapt. Conv., 1923-?; prof. Mabie Mem. Sch. 1936—; transl.; ad. 61 
Kanoedai Nakaku, Yokohama, Japan (1940). 

GEORGE GORDON WARD. 3. B.D. 

b. Ellijay, Ga., June 9, 1887. ord. Elli jay, June 20, 1909 ; Mercer U. 
1913; p. Sylvania, Ga., 1919-20; p. 1st ch., Ellijay, 1920-26; ad. 
Ellijay, Ga. 



Waldo Huntley Heinrichs. 1. 
b. Ongole, India, July 15, 1891. D. U. 1913; 1st lieut., 95th aero 
squadron, U. S. Air Serv., May 1917-Sept. 1919; Y. M. C. A., Cal- 
cutta, India, Apr. 1920-Feb. 1924; Lahore, 1926-30; Jerusalem, Pales- 
tine, 1933-34; ad. Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt. Croix-de- 
guerre with palm from Marshall Petain. 

Walter Budd Hilton. 1. 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 19, 1880. U. Fla. 1911; ord. Frankford 
Ave. ch., Philadelphia, Pa., June 21, 1915; p. Croton, N. J., July 
1915- July 1916; Bethany Centre, N. Y., Oct. 1920-Oct. 1922; Whites- 
boro, Oct. 1922-Nov. 1928; Hudson, Nov. 1928- July 1934; Arcade, 
July 1934- Aug. 1937; health failed; ad. Park Rd. West, Castile, N. Y. 

Frank William Lorimer. 1. 
b. Bradley, Me., July 1, 1894. Y. U. 1916; U. Chic. 1919-20; U. T. S. 
1920-22, B.D. 1922; ord. Portland, Me., Dec. 26, 1921; p. Harlem ch., 
New York City, Jan. 1922-25; asst. prof. Wells C. 1927-28; research 
fellow, Eugenics Research Assoc, 1930-34; prof. Population studies, 
American U. 1938 — ; sec. Population Assoc, of America, 1934-39; 
dir., 1939 — ; author, The Growth of Reason, 1929; The Making of 
Adult Minds in a Metropolitan Area, 1931 ; Dynamics of Population, 



262 Students — 1919 

1934; Foundations of American Population Policy, 1940; ad. 2930 
Chesapeake St., N. W., Washington, D. C. Ph.D., Columbia U. 1929. 
William Cling Parker. 1. 
b. Baxley, Ga., Sept. 22, 1894. Mercer U. 1915; p. near Moncton, 
N. B., May-Sept. 1917; sec. Y. M. C. A., Sept.-Dec. 1917; in U. S. 
Marine Corps, Dec. 1917- Aug. 1919 ; with 13th Reg. in France ; law., 
1919 — ; ad. Way cross, Ga. 

*Verne Henry Sanderson. 2. 

b. Windsor, Vt., July 8, 1893. Cy. C. 1916. d. Windsor, Vt., June 
1, 1918. 

*John Lester Sherman. 1. 

b. Auburn, R. I., Dec. 21, 1888. Ba. C. 1917; ord. Salisbury Cove, 
June 1918-May 1920; North Sedgwick, June 1920-May 1921; East 
Charlotte, Vt., Dec. 1921-Dec. 1926; Perkinsville, Dec. 1926-Nov. 
1931 ; Cheshire, Mass., Nov. 1931-Apr. 1938. d. Pittsfield, Mar. 8, 1942. 

*James Thaddeus Tartt. 0.5. 

b. Nacogdoches, Tex., Sept. 5, 1890. Simmons C. 1911-12; ord. Cot- 
tonwood, Tex., Sept. 1, 1909; p. Garrison, June-Dec. 1911; Timpson, 
Dec. 1911-Sept. 1913; Alpine, Sept. 1913-Aug. 1916. d. Newton 
Hospital, Newton Lower Falls, Mass., Dec. 15, 1916. 
Carl G-ustav Tideman. 1. 
b. Sweden, Oct. 17, 1887. H. U. 1914; U. Chic. 1917-18; ord. Oak- 
land, Nebr., Oct. 25, 1915; p. Oakland, 1915- June 1916; Cokato, 
Minn., July 1919-May 1926; Grove City, June 1926-May 1929; Scan- 
dia-Waconia, 1929 — ; ad. Cokato, Minn. 

1920 

CARL JOHN BERGMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Helsingborg, Sweden, Oct. 3, 1892. ord. 1st Swedish ch., Cam- 
bridge, May 8, 1920; p. Peterboro, N. H., June 1920-22; Norbeck, So. 
Dak., Aug. 1922-May 1924; China, Me., 1924-27; Worcester, Mass., 
1927; Benedict C, Columbia, S. C; p. Cong, ch., Berlin, N. H., 1938—; 
ad. 14 Brown St., Berlin, N. H. 

HERBERT JOHN BLOSSE. 2. B.D. 
b. Trorndon, England, Apr. 17, 1886. Ac. U. 1916-18; ord. Lower 
Aylesford Un. ch., Canning, N. S., June 18, 1918; p. Lower Ayels- 
ford, 1918-19; River Hebert, 1919-22; Hopewell, N. B., 1922-24; 
Hebron, N. S., 1924-?; Liverpool, 1929; Hebden Bridge, Forks, Eng- 
land, 1939. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1930. Present ad. unknown. 

CORCETTO BORDONARO. 3. B.D. 
b. Floridia, Sicily, Nov. 12, 1894. Italian dept., Colg. U. 1917; asst. 
p. 1st Mariners ch., Boston, 1920-21; in bus., Boston; res. Hyde Park, 
1925. No further information. 

ERNEST FREDERICK CAMPBELL. 4. B.D. 
b. Lavonia, Ga., Mar. 20, 1890. Mercer U. 1914 (N. T. I. 1915-17; 
1918-20); ord. Lavonia, Ga., Aug. 30, 1914; p. Canon, Aug. 1914- 
Sept. 1915 ; asst. p. Broadway ch., Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 1915- June 
1916; p. Wood Mem. ch., Lawrence, July 1916-Sept. 1917; sec. Y. M. 
C. A., Russia, Sept. 1917-Nov. 1918; p. Milton, Mass., July 1919- 
June 1920; 1st ch., Gainesville, Ga., June 1920-27; Memphis, Tenn., 
1927-31; Tattnall Sq. ch., Macon, Ga., 1927-31; Rivermont ch., Lynch- 
burg, Va., 1934-41; Alexandria, May 1941—; ad. 209 W. Glendale 
Ave., Alexandria, Va. D.D., Mercer U. 1933. 

RAYMOND WESTERVELT COOPER. 3. B.D. 
b. Paterson, N. J., Sept. 16, 1889. Bu. U. 1914-17; ord. Washburn, 



Students — 1920 263 

Me., 1920; p. Washburn, July 1920-May 1921; Millinockett, May 
1921-May 1923; Pawtuxet, R. I., June 1923-26; dir. evangelism, Vt. 
Bapt. Conv., 1926-27; dir. of visitation evangelism and church effi- 
ciency, U. S., 1927-34; p. Reading, Mass., 1939 — ; author, Drama of 
Drink, 1932; ad. 36 Sanborn St., Reading, Mass. 

WILLIAM ASA DUNCAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Bowman, Ga., Oct. 28, 1891. ord. Bowman, Aug. 29, 1915; p. 
Wrightsville, Oct. 1915- Aug. 1917; Mercer U. 1917; p. CenterviUe 
ch., Beverley, Sept. 1917- June 1919 ; Horace Mem. ch., Chelsea, Mass., 
June 1919-Sept. 1920; p. 1st ch., Eastman, Ga., Oct. 1920-28?; East 
Point, 1928—; ad. 215 Thompson St., East Point, Ga. 

ERNEST ALBERT ELWELL. 2. B.D. 
b. Buxton, Me., July 12, 1889. Ba. C. 1917; ord. Pembroke, Me., 
June 1920- June 1922; West Medford, Mass., June 1922-30; Broad- 
way ch., Paterson, N. J., 1930 — ; ad. 549 Broadway, Paterson, N. J. 

ALBERT GEORGE HENDERSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Aberdeen, Scotland, Mar. 20, 1892. Boston Bib. Sch. 1917; ord. 
Advent Christ, ch., Roxbury, Mass., Oct. 17, 1917; Br. U. 1924; s. 
Shirley, Mass., June 1918- June 1920 ; p. Greenville, R. I., July 1920- 
Apr. 1925; Vinalhaven, Me., May 1925-Nov. 1927; Farmington, Nov. 
1927—; ad. 35 High St., Farmington, Me. 

ERANK LEE HUNT. 3. B.D. 
b. Adairsville, Ga., July 9, 1892. Mercer U. 1915 (N. T. I. 1915-17; 
1919-20; ord. San Diego, Calif., Sept. 15, 1918; sec. Y. M. C. A., over- 
seas, June 1917-Sept. 1919; p. King City, Calif., Mar. 1922-May 1923; 
1st Unit, ch., Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 1923-30. No further 
information. 

ARVID JOHN NORDLUND. 3. B.D. 

b. Canova, So. Dak., Nov. 21, 1887. McM. U. 1915; ord. Camrose, 
Alberta, Oct. 15, 1916; p. Camrose, Oct. 1916-Sept. 1917; stud. p. 
Peterboro, N. H., Oct. 1917-Oct. 1918; Newton, Jan. 1919- June 1920; 
p. Sharon, Mass., June 1920- June 1930 ; Belmont St. ch., Watertown, 
Aug. 1930 — ; ad. 26 Harriet Ave., Belmont, Mass. 

MILTON GARFIELD PERRY. 3. Grad. 
6. Dividing Creek, N. J., Dec. 23, 1889. Stetson U. 1910-16; ord. 
North Haven, Me., July 27, 1920; p. North Haven, 1920-28; Dunedin, 
Fla., 1928-?; 1st ch., Trenton, N. J., 1932—; ad. 1105 W. State St., 
Trenton, N. J. 

^RANDOLPH RECTOR. 3. B.D. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., Dec. 20, 1892. D. U. 1915 (N. T. I. 1915-17; 
1919-20) ; priv., med. dept. 14th machine gun battalion, 5th div., 1917- 
19; ord. Pawtucket, R. I., June 15, 1920; p. Lewiston, Mont., Sept. 
1920-May 1922; instr. U. Tex. 1923; stud. U. Chic. 1923-24; instr. 
Lehigh U. 1924-?; in bus., Phoenix, Ariz. d. in Colo., Feb. 12, 1930. 
Son of Frank Rector, class of 1881. 

TEIZO TADA. 1. B.D. 
b. Tono, Iwate-ken, Japan, Sept. 13, 1889. Waseda U. 1914; O. C. 
Sch. Theol. 1916-19, B.D. 1919; p. Fukugawa chap., Tokyo, Japan, 
Jan. 1921-Dec. 1923; lect. Bapt. T. S., Tokyo, Jan. 1921-Mar. 1923; 
dean Mabie Mem. Sch., Jan. 1924-?; res. in Japan. Present ad. un- 
known. 

CALVIN MILES THOMPSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Newark, O., Sept. 26, 1895. Georgetown C. 1916 (N. T. I. 1916- 
18; 1919-20); ord. Hopkinsville, Ky., June 1917; chapl. A. E. F., 



264 Students — 1920 

May 1918-Aug. 1919; p. 1st ch., Casper, Wyo., Sept. 1920-Nov. 1923; 
1st ch., Barbourville, Ky., Dec. 1923-Dec. 1932; Delware St. ch., 
Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 1932 — ; prof. Bible, Barbourville Bapt. Inst. 
1923-32; ad. 425 Stolp Ave., Syracuse, N. Y. D.D., Georgetown C. 
1928. 

DANIEL THOMPSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Richmond, Eng., Feb. 19, 1894. Ransom Bib. Inst. 1917; ord. 
(Advent Christian) Roxbury, Mass., Oct. 17, 1917; Ba. C. 1922; p. 
Bapt. ch., Sabattus, Me., Sept. 1920-22; Littleton, Mass., 1922-May 
1925; Agawam, May 1925-May 1937; Bangor, May 1937—; ad. 297 
French St., Bangor, Me. S.T.M., Hart. T. S. 1934. 

JOSIAH VILLARREAL. 3. B.D. 

b. Marin, N. Leon, Mexico, Sept. 3, 1891. U. Monterey 1908-12; 
S. C. 1915-17; miss. Mexico, 1920-23; stud. S. B. T. S. 1923-24; p. 
Santa Barbara, Calif., 1924- Apr. 1929; Oakland, May 1929-Oct. 1930; 
El Salvador ch., Los Angeles, Feb. 1931- July 1936; ad. 105 N. Mission 
Rd., Los Angeles, Calif. 

GEORGE GORTON WHIPPLE. 3. B.D. 

b. Emporia, Kans., Oct. 9, 1889. Ott. U. 1917; ord. York, Nebr., Apr. 
26, 1921; p. York, Sept. 1920- June 1921; head Theol. Dept., Bishop 
C, Marshall, Tex., Sept. 1921-June 1923; p. Morrill, Kans., Sept. 
1923-Sept. 1924; grad. stud., U. Kans. 1925; Dickinson Secretarial 
Sch., Canton, O., 1934. No further information. 



Guy Lord Margeson. 2. 

b. West Almond, N. Y., Sept. 9, 1895. S. B. T. S. 1916-17; Internatl. 
Christ. Bib. C. 1919-22, Litt.B.S. 1922; Oskaloosa C. 1922-24; ord. 
Angelica, N. Y., Apr. 23, 1919; p. Smethport, Pa., Mar. 1919-Apr. 
1920; p. Springfield Centre, N. Y., Oct. 1920- June 1923; Cong, ch., 
Chatham, Mass., 1923-Dec. 1924; York Beach, Me., Dec. 1924-27; 2d 
ch., Jeffersonville, Vt., 1927-29; Lunenburg, Mass., 1929-34; Linden 
ch., Maiden, 1938—; chapl. U. S. A., 1933-37; 1941—; ad. Headquar- 
ters, 105 Infantry, Fort McClellan, Ala. 

John Gilman Rand. 1. 
b. South Boston, Mass., Aug. 8, 1890. (N. T. I. Sept.-Nov. 1916, 
1917-18); in bus., 1917-?; author; Sheltering Arms, Inc., Washing- 
ton, D. C; ad. 1244 K. St., S. E., Washington, D. C. 

Raymond Selby. 1.5. 
b. Petersburg, Ind., Sept. 21, 1879. Ind. U. 1911 (N. T. I. 1916-17; 
1918-Mar. 1919) ; college p. Pa. State C, State College, Pa.; ad. Pa. 
State C, State College, Pa. 

George Robert Skillin. 0.5. 
b. Somerville, Mass., July 13, 1894. Tank corps, U. S. A., ord. 1st 
ch., Harrisburg, Pa., Aug. 30, 1918; Cy. C. 1920; tea. in high sch., 
Lynn, Mass., 1920-21; Medford, 1921-25; Lynn, 1925—; ad. 38 Great 
Woods Rd., East Lynn, Mass. 

1921 

PAUL EUGENE ALDEN. 2. B.D. 

b. Westbrook, Me., Nov. 28, 1896. Cy. C. 1918; Camp Devens, Mass., 
Aug.-Dec. 1918; stud. p. Bolton, Mar. 1919-Apr. 1921; ord. Pleasant 
St. ch., Concord, N. H., Sept. 4, 1921; p. Pleasant St. ch., Concord, 
June 1921-Apr. 1923; exec. asst. Home Dept., A. B. F. M. S., Apr. 
1923-Apr. 1926 ; assist, sec, May 1926-Jan. 1927 ; candidate sec, Feb. 
1927- Aug. 1932; assoc. sec, Sept, 1932- Aug. 1933; p. U. ch., U. 111., 



Students — 1921 265 

Champaign, 111., Oct. 1934-Mar. 1943; ad. 47 Court St., Westfield, 
Mass. 

JOHN HUTTON BALFOUR. 2. B.D. 
b. Lincoln, England, Jan. 29, 1890. S. B. T. S. 1912-14; ord. Louis- 
ville, Ky., May 27, 1914; p. 2nd ch., Oshkosh, Wis., 1914-15; Wyo- 
cena, 1915-19 ; p. Marshfield, Mass., 1919-21 ; Penn. Ave. ch., Lansing, 
Mich., 1921-23; Hartford, 1923-?; Cong, ch., Coloma; Imlay City, 
1937—; ad. Imlay City, Mich. 

EDWIN ATKINSON BELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Chicamauga, Ga., Aug. 15, 1894. Mercer U. 1915 (N. T. I. 1916- 
17; 1919-21) ; ord. East Cleveland, 0., July 27, 1917; 2nd lieut., field 
artil., A. E. F., 1917-19; p. Osterville, Mass., Oct. 1919-Oct. 1920; 
assoc. p. West Somerville, Nov. 1920-Feb. 1922; p. Thermopolis, 
Wyo., Mar. 1922-Nov. 1924; Portage St. ch., Kalamazoo, Mich., Nov. 
1924- Jan. 1929; 1st ch., Chevenne, Wyo., Jan. 1929-Sept. 1934; 
Boulder, Colo., Sept. 1934-Oct. 1938; rep. N. B. C, Oct. 1938—; ad. 
11108 S. Bell Ave., Chicago, 111. 

GEORGE EZRA BLACKWELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Lewiston, Me., May 18, 1892. Colg. U. 1918; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., June 3, 1921; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Burma, 1921-36; p. Haynes- 
ville, Me., 1938-39; Paris, 1939-40; Campton, N. H. 1940-42; comp. 
Anglo -Karen Dictionary; ad. Laurel Trail, Waterfront Manor, South 
Coventry, Conn. 

♦FRANCESCO CALL 2. B.D. 

b. Cesaro, Italy, Oct. 7, 1885. Br. U. 1919; ord. Providence, R. I., 
June 20, 1919; p. 1st Italian ch., Providence, June 1919-24; Buffalo, 
N. Y., 1924-26. d. Buffalo, Jan. 18, 1926. 

LEONARD LAMAR CAMPBELL. 3. B.D. 

b. Marissa, 111., Feb. 1, 1892. Drury C. 1909-13 ; ord. Medfield, Mass., 
May 1921; p. Portage St. ch., Kalamazoo, Mich., July 1921- Aug. 
1924; fellow, N. T. I. 1924-25; Auburndale ch., Springfield, Mass., 
1925-29; Fairfield, Me., Dec. 1929-Sept. 1938; Central ch., Westfield, 
Sept. 1938—; ad. 38 Holland Ave., Westfield, Mass. 

*GEORGE WALLACE GELLATLY. 4. Grad. 

b. Perth, Scotland, Oct. 19, 1887. Gordon Sch.; C. A. 1914-15; ord. 
Salisbury Heights, N. H., June 6, 1916; p. Salisbury Heights, Sept. 
1915-Aug. 1917; Chester, Mar. 1918- July 1919; Quidnick, R. I., Dec. 
1920-Nov. 1922; Wickford, Nov. 1922-?; Lincoln, Vt.; S. Newfane, 
1930-33. d. Newfane, Nov. 15, 1933. 

♦STEPHEN SANBORN HUSE. B.D. 

See class of 1901. 

DAVID WILLIAM JONES. 2. B.D. 
b. Bevier, Mo., Sept. 2, 1893. W. J. C. 1916; post grad., 1916-17 
ord. Kidder, Mo., Jan. 29, 1916; p. Kidder, Sept. 1915- June 1917 
Nashua, June 1916- June 1917; Cherokee, la., Sept. 1917-Sept. 1918 
in U. S. Army, Oct. 1918-Sept. 1919; p. Doniphan, Mo., Sept. 1921- 
Dec. 1936; Eldon, Jan. 1937-41; chapl. U. S. A., May 1941—; ad. 
Chaplain, Station Hospital, Camp Claiborne, La. 

CHARLES OSOLIN. 4. Grad. 
b. Latvia, Europe, Apr. 11, 1888. No. Bapt. Theol. S. 1916-17; s. 
1st Lettish ch., Boston ; ad. 825 Lexington St., Philadelphia, Pa. 

ABNER WELBORNE ROUNTREE. 1. B.D. 
b. Midville, Ga., Oct. 1, 1885. B. C. 1918; health failed; res. Mid- 
ville, Ga. No further record. 



266 Students — 1921 

HAROLD BANCROFT WHITE. 1.5. Grad. 
b. Cambridge, Mass., June 8, 1893. B. T. S. 1914-15; Br. U. 1915-16 
(N. T. I. 1916-Mar. 1918; 1920-21) ; serg. ambulance corps, 1917-18; 
ord. Trenton St. ch., East Boston, Mass., Aug. 1921 ; p. Fenton, Mich., 
Sept. 1921-Sept. 1923; Community ch., Russell, Mass., Mar. 1924- 
Dec. 1929; Cong, ch., Easthampton, Dec. 1929-Sept. 1936; Fed. ch., 
Pelham, Oct. 1936—; ad. Amherst, Mass., R. D. 2. S.T.M., Hart. 
T. S. 1929; Ph.D., Mass. State C. 1943. 

LEWIS WINFIELD WITHAM. 3. B.D. 
b. Biddeford, Me., June 23, 1895. Ba. C. 1918; p. Fed ch., Harrison, 
Me., Dec. 1921-Nov. 1923; and Cong, ch., N. Bridgton, Dec. 1921—; 
Calvary Community ch., Harrison, Nov. 1923-Dec. 1928; 1st Cong, 
ch., Camden, Jan. 1929 — ; ad. 57 Elm St., Camden, Me. 



Ralph Waldo Emerson De Wolfe. 2. 

b. Windsor, N. S., Oct. 26, 1892. Ba. C. 1918; Co. G., 314th inf., 
1918-19; ord. North Bennington, Vt., Apr. 12, 1922; p. North Ben- 
nington, 1921-28; Moosup, Conn., 1929-35; Cong, ch., Brentwood, 
N. H., 1936-37; Hampton, 1937-39; res. Hartford, Conn. 

James Paul Phillips. 1. 
b. Rutledge, Tenn., June 16, 1892. Colg. U. 1916; Colg. U. D. S. 
1912-13; ord. Rutledge, Tenn., Feb. 7, 1915; p. Gillette, Wyo., 1920- 
24; Rutledge, Tenn., 1924-?; assoc. prof, educ, U. Tenn. Jr. C. 
1931—; ad. 308 Moody Ave., Martin, Tenn. 

1922 

EDWARD CAPEN DUNBAR. 2. B.D. 
b. Hopkinton, N. H., Mar. 30, 1894. 2nd lieut., inf., U. S. Army 
Sept. 1917-Dec. 1918; Cy. C. 1919; ord. Littleton, June 15, 1922 
p. Littleton, 1920-22; 1st ch., Norwich, Conn., July 1922-Nov. 1928 
Flemington, N. J., Nov. 1928—; ad. 168 Main St., Flemington, N. J. 

MORTON SCOTT ENSLIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Somerville, Mass., Mar. 8, 1897. Ensign, U. S. Navy, May 1918- 
Oct. 1919; H. U. 1919; H. U. D. S. 1922-24, Th.D. 1924; prof. N. T. 
Lit. and Exeg., C. T. S., June 1924—; lect. patristics, U. P. 1925—; 
author, The Ethics of Paul, 1930; God, the Eternal Torment of Man, 
1931; jt. author, Six Collations of New Testament Manuscripts, 1932; 
trans. Christian Beginnings, 1938; ad. 4 Seminary Ave., Chester, Pa. 

*EDWARD ANDREW ESTAVER. 3. B.D. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 8, 1893. Med. Dept., U. S. Army, June 
1917- Jan. 1919; Colg. U. 1919; ord. 1st ch., Agawam, June 27, 1922; 
p. Agawam, May 1922-Dec. 1924; Northampton, Jan. 1925-Sept. 
1930; dir. rel. educ. Mass. Bapt. Conv., Sept. 1930-42. d. Boston, 
May 31, 1943. 

CHARLES ELMER HAMLEN. 2. Grad. 
b. Balasore, India, Aug. 23, 1898. In U. S. Armv, Oct. 1918-Feb. 
1919; Ba. C. 1920; p. Bryant Pond, Me., June 1922-Mar. 1923; prin. 
High Sch., Oxford, Feb. 1923- June 1924; p. Cong, ch., Oxford, June 
1923- July 1924; Free Bapt. ch., East Otisfield, June 1923-Aug. 1924; 
supt. schs. Old Orchard ; ad. 42 Temple Ave., Ocean Park, Me. 

LEOPOLD HELLMUTH RUDOLPHUS HASS. 3. B.D. 
b. Chicago, 111., Oct. 27, 1894. Des M. C. 1916; Regents Park C, U. 
London, 1919; H. U. D. S. 1922-23, S.T.M. 1923; U. S. Army, priv., 
1st serg., July 1918-Aug. 1919; ord. Marblehead, Mass., Sept. 7, 1922; 
p. 1st ch., Marblehead, May 1922-May 1923; act. p. 1st ch., Water- 



Students — 1923 267 

ville, Me., Nov. 1924-May 1925; p. June 1925-34; Hanson PI. ch., 
Brooklyn, N. C. 1934 — ; author, Prelude Prayers, 1927; ad 88 Hanson 
PL, Brooklyn, N. Y. 

KEIGAKU KAKUDA. 1. B.D. 
b. Joboji, Iwate Ken, Japan, Feb. 22, 1890. North Japan C. 1912, 
theol. dept., 1912-15; p. Tono, Apr. 1915-Aug. 1917; dir. rel. dept., 
Bapt. dormitory, Tokyo, Sept. 1917- Apr. 1918; p. Hachinobe, July 
1918-Apr. 1919; stud. Princeton U. 1919-21, M.A. 1921; tea. Mabie 
Mem. Sch., Yokohama, Japan, 1922-23 ; Shinjo middle sch., Yamagata 
Ken, Jan. 1924-32; North Japan C, Sendai, 1932—. Present ad. 
unknown. 

HERBERT LEE NEWMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Foxcroft, Me. July 12, 1890. ord. Cambridge, Mar. 3, 1918; Cy. 
C. 1918; U. S. field artil., May 1918-Nov. 1918; p. Hebron, Me., Jan.- 
Sept. 1919; Greendale ch., Worcester, Mass., Feb. 1920-Aug. 1922; 
dir. rel. educ, and prof, rel., Cy. C. Sept. 1922 — ; author, Some 
Present Day Aspects of the Conversion Experience, 1927; Influence 
of the Book of Wisdom on the New Testament, 1931; The Growth 
of a Child's Knowledge of God, 1927; Individuality in Bernard 
Besanquet's Philosophy of Religion and Society, 1939; ad. 2 West 
Court, Waterville, Me." S.T.M., N. T. I. 1927; Ph.D., Bost. U. 1935. 

*SAN BA. 3. B.D. 

b. Kyayoe, Burma, Dec. 12, 1893. Jud. C. 1917; tea. Bassein, 1917- 
19; prof. N. T. and Theol., Karen T. S., Insein, Burma, 1922-30 ; supt., 
Nichols Sgaw Karen High Sch., Bassein, 1930-40; supt. Bassein 
Myaungmya Sgaw Karen Mission, 1940-42; fd. and ed. The Karen 
Magazine; author, d. Bassein from injuries, Feb. 1942. 

CHARLES NELSON WALKER. 3. B.D. 
b. Titusville, Fla., Feb. 2, 1891. John B. Stetson U. 1916; ord. Titus- 
ville, Fla., June 8, 1917 ; war work sec, Y. M. C. A., July 1917-Nov. 
1918; p. Woodville chap., Wakefield, Mass., June 1920-May 1921; 
Manchaug, June 1921- July 1922; 1st ch., Homestead, Fla., Sept. 1922- 
Nov. 1938; Bethel ch., Lakeland, Nov. 1938—; ad. R. D. 3, Box 353C, 
Lakeland, Fla. 

GEORGE HAROLD WALTON. 2. B.D. 
b. Fall River, Mass., Jan. 5, 1894. Br. U. 1915-16 ; S. B. T. S. 1917-18, 
1919-20. No further information. 



Kenneth Gray Hobart. 0.5. 
b. Oakland, Calif., Nov. 13, 1893. U. Calif. 1916; sec. Y. M. C. A., 
Sacramento, Fort McDowell, Oakland, 1916-19 ; Berkeley Bapt. D. S. 
1919-Dec. 1920, Sept. 1921-June 1922, B.D. 1922 (N. T. I. Jan.-June 
1921) ; ord. Oakland, Calif., May 2, 1922; miss. A. B. F. M. S., Swa- 
tow, China, Sept. 1922 — ; ad. Kakchieh, via Swatow, South China. 

Fred Willson Hubbard. 0.5. 
b. Springfield, Mass., Apr. 22, 1892. Emerson C. Oratory 1917; tea. 
Duxbury; Culver Mil. A., Ind. ; asst. headmaster, Bethlehem Prep. 
Sch., Bethlehem, Pa., 1923- f; ad. Paterson, N. J., 1939. Present ad. 
unknown. 

1923 

HENRY LORNE BELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Newton Centre, Mass., Jan. 17, 1897. Cy. C. 1920; ord. Brookline, 
Mass., June 29, 1924; dir. rel. educ, Brookline, Sept. 1923-Nov. 1924; 
ch. of the Master, Cleveland, O., Dec 1924-Nov. 1926; 1st ch., Spring- 



268 Students — 1923 

field, Mass., Nov. 1926- Jan. 1931; 1st Park ch., Plainfield, N. J., Feb. 
1931—; ad. 1111 Central Ave., Plainfield, N. J. 

JOHN WOOLMAN BRUSH. 3. B.D. 
b. Mount Vernon, N. Y., Dec. 1, 1898. Cy. C. 1920; ord. Portland, 
Me., Jan. 18, 1924; p. Stroudwater ch., Portland, Sept. 1923-May 
1925; 1st ch., New Haven, Conn., May 1925-Oet. 1934; Waterville, 
Me., Oct. 1934-July 1939; assoc. prof. Ch. Hist., N. T. I., 1940—; 
ad. 66 Oxford Rd., Newton Centre, Mass. D.D., Cy. C. 1939; Ph.D., 
Y. U. 1942. 

PAUL WHITMAN DAVIS. 2. B.D. 
b. Providence, R. I, Dec. 9, 1898. Br. U. 1920 ; instr. Bib. Lit. and 
dir. Y. M. C. A., Hebron A., Hebron, Me., 1923-?; dir. rel. educ, 
Presb. ch., Flint, Mich. ; in bus., Flint. Present ad. unknown. 

FRANK BENJAMIN FAGERBURG. 3. B.D. 
b. Slater, Mo., May 30, 1898. 111. Wesleyan U. 1920 ; ord. Springfield, 
Mass., Sept. 11, 1923; p. 1st ch., Springfield, Sept. 1923-30; 1st ch., 
Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 1930 — ; author, The Sin of Being Ordinary, 
1934; This Questioning Age, 1936; 7s This Religion?, 1939; ad. 908 
South Muirfield Rd., Los Angeles, Calif. D.D., 111. Wesleyan U. 
1931, U. So. Calif. 1934; L.H.D., D. U. 1940. 

♦ELIJAH EDGAR HARRIS. B.D. 

See class of 1901. 

SHOZO HASHIMOTO. 2. B.D. 
b. Toyooka, Hyogoken, Japan, Apr. 22, 1893. Japan Bapt. T. S. 
1917; p. Ikeda ch., Osaka, Japan, 1917-21; dean Bible Women's Trn. 
Sch., Osaka, Japan, 1923-?; Yokohama; Japanese ch., Seattle, Wash., 
1939- ? ; Minidoka, Idaho ; ad. Minidoka, Idaho. 

ALVIN JOSEPH LEE. 3. B.D. 
b. Stillwater, Minn., Feb. 11, 1895. Serv. U. S. Navy, 1918-19 ; U. So. 
Dak. 1920; ord. Mankato, Minn., Oct. 1923; p. 1st ch., Mankato, Sept. 
1923-?; Forest Ave. ch., Des Moines, la., 1929; Pueblo, Colo., 1931; 
Topeka, Kans., 1935; Eldon, Mo., 1941; ad. Rolla, Mo. 

CLARENCE BASEL LUMSDEN. 2. B.D. 

b. Canso, N. S., Jan. 21, 1895. Canadian inf., Feb. 1915-Aug. 1917; 
Ac. U. 1921 ; ord. Dorchester, N. B., Aug. 11, 1921 ; p. Hampton, Sept. 
1923- June 1925; Dartmouth, N. S.; Olivet ch., New Haven, Conn., 
1928-35; prof. N. T., Ac. U. 1935—; ad. Wolfville, N. S. Ph.D., 
Y. U. 1932. 

♦GEORGE DOUGLAS MILLBURY. 1. B.D. 

b. Wicklow, N. B., Oct. 17, 1878. Ba. C. 1905; Y. D. S., B.D. 1907; 
ord. No. Chesterville, Me., Mar. 14, 1906 ; p. Tabernacle ch., St. John, 
N. B., 1909-11; Parrsboro, N. S., 1911-15; Gaspereau, 1915-19; No. 
Vassalboro, Me., 1919-22; South Berwick, June 1923-Feb. 1925. d. 
Waverly, Mass., Feb. 18, 1925. 

HOWARD BLISS PILCHER. 1. B.D. 
b. Urbana, 111., Mar. 2, 1894. Fargo C. 1918; serg., Co. F, 352nd 
inf., June 1918- June 1919; U. Chic. D. S. 1920-22; ord. 1st ch., Fargo, 
N. Dak., June 13, 1923; p. Roseglen, June- July 1923; dir. rel. educ, 
1st ch., Lansing, Mich., Sept. 1923-Feb. 1928; Richfield ch., Minne- 
apolis, Minn., Aug. 1928-Sept. 1939; Havre, Mont., Sept. 1939—; ad. 
625 4th Ave., Havre, Mont. 

JAMES HYBERT POLLARD. 1. B.D. 
b. Santa Monica, Calif., Nov. 24, 1888. W. J. C. 1915; U. Chic. D. S. 
1917-18; grad. stud., Bost. U. 1923-24; ord. Glasgow, Mo., Aug. 15, 



Students — 1923 269 

1915; p. Short Creek, 1913-14; Cleveland, 1914-15; p. 1st ch., Neo- 
desha, Kans., 1915-17; p. 1st ch., Piano, 111., 1917-18; chapl. U. S. A., 
1918-1922; p. Exeter, R. I., 1922-23; Medfield, Mass., 1923-30; 1st ch., 
Bristol, Conn., 1933-40; prof, rel., Linfield C. 1940—; ad. Linfield C, 
McMinnville, Ore. 

WILLIAM HENRY RAFFERTY. 3. B.D. 
b. New Rochelle, N. J., July 27, 1895. A. E. F., Apr. 1918-June 
1919 ; Northeastern U. ; ord. Newton Centre, June 19, 1923 ; p. 1st ch., 
Gardner, May 1923-Mar. 1924; chapl. U. S. Navy, Mar. 1924—; ad. 
Chaplain Corps, U. S. N., Bureau of Navigation, Washington, D. C. 

CLYDE WHITMAN ROBBINS. 2.5. B.D. 
b. Yarmouth, N. S., Aug. 18, 1888. Ac. U. 1915 (N. T. I. Apr. 1919- 
Apr. 1921; Feb.-June 1923) ; ord. Hantsport, N. S., Sept. 23, 1913; 
p. Digby, 1915-Jan. 1919; 1st ch., Dorchester, Boston, Mass., 1919- 
July 1921; Bridgetown, N. S., 1921-Feb. 1923; North Abington, 
Mass., Apr. 1923-Dec. 1924; Roslindale, Jan. 1925-27; assist, p. Ply- 
mouth ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1927-29; Westboro, Mass., 1919—; ad. 
12 Boardman St., Westboro, Mass. M.R.E., N. T. I. 1925; S.T.M., 
ibid. 1929. 

EVERETT ADOLPHUS ROCKWELL. 3. B.D. 

b. Moro, Me., June 14, 1891. U. S. Army, Co. I, 115th inf., 1918-19; 
Cy. C. 1920; ord. Concord, N. H., Sept. 30, 1923; p. Pleasant St. ch., 
Concord, Sept. 1923-Aug. 1928; Monson, Me., Sept. 1928-Dec. 1932; 
Un. ch., Oakland, Dec. 1932—; ad. 33 Maple St., Oakland, Me. 

CHARLES LYON SEASHOLES. 3. B.D. 
b. Dallas, Tex., Dec. 23, 1896. U. P. 1918; ord. Watertown. June 14, 
1923; p. 1st ch., Watertown, Sept. 1923-Dec. 1930; 1st ch., Dayton, 
O., Jan. 1931 — ; author, For Times Out of Joint, 1934; ad. 65 Wis- 
teria Drive, Dallas, Tex. D.D., Br. U. 1936, Cy. C. 1941. Son of 
C. L. Seasholes, class of 1892. 

LUTHER WESLEY SMITH. 3. B.D. 
b. Melrose, Mass., Apr. 19, 1897. H. U. 1920; U. S. N. R. F., Jan. 
1918- Jan. 1919; ensign, asst. navigator, U. S. S. Wilhelmina; ord. 
1st Free Bapt. ch., Boston, Mass., June 20, 1923; p. 1st ch., Columbia, 
Mo., Sept. 1923-Feb. 1934; Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 1934-Oct. 1938; 
exec. sec. A. B. P. S., Oct. 1938 — ; jt. exec. sec. N. B. Educ. Soc. and 
A. B. P. S., Sept. 1941—; author, And So I Preached This, 1936. 
D.D., U. Syracuse 1938. 

OSWELL SMITH. 3. Grad. 
b. Grays, S. C, Dec. 15, 1892. ord. South Side ch., Savannah, Ga., 
June 20, 1916; p. Geneva, Oct. 1916-Nov. 1917; serv. U. S. Navy, Dec. 
1917- Apr. 1918; p. Dover, Ga., June 1918-Sept. 1920; Mercer U. 
1920; p. 1st ch., Charlestown, S. C, Oct. 1923-Mar. 1930; Fort Mill, 
Mar. 1930—; ad. Fort Mill, S. C, B.D., N. T. I. 1925. 

WOODBURY SWEETSER STOWELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Derry, N. H., Sept. 29, 1886. Br. U. 1904-05, 1907-10; priv., 60th 
inf., Oct. 1917- Aug. 1919; ord. Maiden, June 12, 1923; p. Sedgewick, 
Me., July 1923-Dec. 1926; North ch., Brockton, Mass., Dec. 1926-Nov. 
1930; Bristol, Vt., Nov. 1930-Sept. 1933; Lyme Centre, N. H., Aug. 
1936-Nov. 1939; Bapt. and Cong, chs., Acworth, N. H., Dec. 1939-42; 
Henniker, 1943 — ; ad. Henniker, N. H. 

FRANK MONTAGUE SWAFFIELD. B.D. 
See class of 1912. 



270 Students — 1923 

EDWIN LEWIS THORNTON 2. B.D. 
b. Norwich, Conn., Oct. 24, 1898. Br. U. 1921; ord. Pawtucket, R. L, 
Nov. 21, 1921; p. Allendale, Nov. 1921-May 1923; 1st ch., Oyster Bay, 
N. Y., Jan. 1924-Dec. 1928; fed. ch., Townshend, Vt., Aug. 1929- Jan. 
1938; N. Springfield, Feb. 1938—; ad. Main St., N. Springfield, Vt. 

ALBERT ARTHUR VAN SICKLE. 3. B.D. 

b. Reading, Kans., Apr. 1, 1889. U. S. Army, med. dept., 11 mos. ; 
Ott.. U. 1920; ord. Hingham, June 8, 1922; p. Hingham, Sept. 1920- 
June 1923; p. Onago, Kans., Sept. 1923-27; Haskell Inst., 1927-36; 
rural wk. with Cherokees, Okla., 1936-39; N. Ottawa, Kans., 1939-41; 
field rep., Ott. U. 1941 — ; ad. 1515 Vermont St., Lawrence, Kans. 



Frank Yoshikazu Kanamori. 1. 
b. Tokyo, Japan, Sept. 5, 1897. Waseda U. 1920; Bu. U. 1920-21 
(N. T. I. 1921-22) ; Bost. U. 1922-23; miss. A. B. F. M. S., rel. and 
educ. sec, Scott Hall, Tokyo, Japan, 1923 — ; ad. 232 Shimizio-cho, 
Suginami-ku, Tokyo, Japan (1941). 
*Owen Kilgore. 2.5. 

b. Valentine, Nebr., Jan. 21, 1889. Tea. high schs., Wash., 1916-19; 
U. Wash. 1920; p. Sumner, Wash., Aug. 1919- Aug. 1920; Fayville, 
Mass., Jan. 1921-Jan. 1923. d. Newton Falls, Jan. 25, 1923. 

Howard Edwin Pomeroy. 2. 
b. Worcester, Mass., Jan. 6, 1900. Clark U. 1920 ; Hart. T. S. 1922- 
23, B.D. 1923; grad. stud., Bost. U. 1930-35; ord. Lake View Cong, 
ch., Worcester, June 21, 1923; p. Lake View ch., Worcester, Jan. 
1923-Aug. 1926; Boylston ch., Jamaica Plain, Sept. 1926—; ad. 47 
Halifax St., Jamaica Plain, Mass., S.T.M., N. T. I. 1930. 

1924 

BERNARD DAVID ADAMS. 3. Grad. 
b. Woodford, Essex, Eng., Sept. 20, 1892. U. S. Army, 21 mos.; ord. 
Granville, O., Sept. 9, 1920; p. Old Cambridge, 1920-21; D. U. 1921; 
p. 1st ch., West Haven, Conn., July 1924- Aug. 1928; Cassadaga, 
N. Y., Aug. 1928-Oct. 1932; Fort Akron, Oct. 1932-Nov. 1934; East 
Aurora, Dec. 1934 — ; ad. 45 Paine St., East Aurora, N. Y. B.D., 
N. T. I. 1925. 

EUNICE GERTRUDE APPLETON, see EUNICE GERTRUDE 
(APPLETON) POTTER. 

THOMAS LIONEL BRINDLEY. 3. Grad. 
b. Wood Lane, Staffordshire, England, Aug. 7, 1892. Serg., 112th 
Battalion, C. E. F., July 1916- July 1919; Ac. U. 1919-May 1921; ord. 
Blue Hill, Me., Nov. 25, 1924; p. Blue Hill, July 1924-Sept 1927; 
Island Falls, Oct. 1927-Oct. 1919; Fort Fairfield, Oct. 1929-Dec. 1936; 
Houlton, Dec. 1936-Sept. 1939; dist. sec, Me. Bapt. Conv., Sept. 
1939—; ad. 40 Fern St., Auburn, Me. B.D., N. T. I. 1925. 

CLARENCE WILLIAM COOK. 2. B.D. 

b. Guysboro, N. S., Feb. 9, 1888. Ac. U. 1916; ord. Parrsboro, N. S., 
June 25, 1919; p. Parrsboro, June 1919- June 1922; Fayville, Mass., 
Feb. 1923- June 1924; Milton, N. S., Sept. 1924-Nov. 1927; Canning, 
Nov. 1927- Jan. 1935; Kingston, Jan. 1935-Nov. 1940; Summerside, 
P. E. I., 1940—; ad. Summerside, P. E. I. 

OLIVER deWOLF CUMMINGS. 3. B.D. 
b. Chester, Pa., Feb. 3, 1900. U. Redlands 1921 ; dir. Y. P. Work, So. 
Calif. Bapt. Conv., July 1924-26; dir. Christian Educ, 1926-41; gen. 



Students — 1924 271 

sec. Youth Fellowship and Youth Dept., N. B. C. 1941 — ; author, 
Administering Christian Education in the Local Church, 1936; Chris- 
tian Education in the Local Church, 1942 — ; ad. 1703 Chestnut St., 
Philadelphia, Pa. M.R.E., N. T. 1. 1930 ; D.D., U. Redlands 1940. 

WILLIAM CHENEY DUDLEY. 3. B.D. 
b. South Berwick, Me., Oct. 25, 1896. 73rd inf. and 36th inf., Sept. 
1918-Mar. 1919; Cy. C. 1921; ord. North Springfield, Vt., Dec. 5, 
1924; p. North Springfield, Oct. 1924-Nov. 1930; dir. rel. educ, 1st 
eh., Maiden, Mass., Nov. 1930-Sept. 1932; res. S. Berwick, Me., 
1932—; ad. 32 Pleasant St., South Berwick, Me. S.T.M., N. T. I. 
1933. 

WILLIAM HARRIS ELGEE. 2. B.D. 
b. Cumberland Point, N. B., Jan. 23, 1896. Ac. U. 1922; U. T. S. 
1928-29; ord. Wolfville, N. S., Aug. 31, 1924; p. Oxford, N. S., July 
1924- July 1928; Dartmouth, June 1929-Dec. 1941; Brunswick St. ch., 
Fredericton, N. B., Jan. 1942 — ; ad. 372 Brunswick St., Fredericton. 

EFLATOON ELIAS ELMAJIAN. 1. B.D. 

b. Marash, Cilicia, Turkey, May 6, 1889. St. Paul's C, Tarsus, 
Cilicia, 1908-11; Apostolic Inst., Jenanyan C, Konia, Asia Minor, 
1914; T. S., Marash, Cilicia, 1914-15; Hart. T. S. 1922-23; ev. 1924—; 
ord. Cambridge, Mass., Oct. 30, 1925; comp. Spiritual Hymns of 
Worship (English, Armenian, Turkish) ; ad. 1136 N. Hill Ave., Pasa- 
dena, Calif. 

LEONARD BENJAMIN GRAY. 3. B.D. 

b. Leicester, N. S., Sept. 30, 1896. Ac. U. 1920; ord. Waterloo St. 
ch., St. John, N. B., Feb. 10, 1921; p. St John, Feb.-Sept. 1921; East 
Milton, Mass., Sept. 1924- June 1928; Cong, ch., Pittsfield, N. H., June 
1928-Oct. 1930; Dublin, 1931-32; Lebanon, 1932-40; 1st ch., Lynn, 
Mass., 1940 — ; ad. 54 Mall St., Lynn, Mass. 

LOWELL QUINTON HAYNES. 2. B.D. 

b. Clyde, N. C, Nov. 23, 1891. Wake Forest C. 1911, post grad., 
1912-13; S. B. T. S. 1915-16; prin. Round Hill A., Union Mills, N. C, 
1913-15; ord. Clyde, Nov. 26, 1916; p. Clyde and assoc. prin. Hay- 
wood Inst., Clyde, 1916-18; prin. Watauga A., Butler, Tenn., 1918- 
22; p. Butler and Mountain City, 1920-22; Mansfield, Mass., July 
1924-25; stud., N. T. I. 1934-35; asst. prof, phil., Cy. C. 1925—; ad. 
Waterville, Me. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1935. 

*JOHN HUGH JENNER. B.D. 

See class of 1895. 

VICTOR VIRGIL McGUIRE. 1. B.D. 
b. Murphy, S. C, Sept. 14, 1888. W. F. C. 1913; Colg. U. D. S. 
1913-16; ord. Peachtree ch., Murphy, S. C, July 28, 1912; p. 2nd ch., 
Danville, Va., July 1916- July 1918; Grace ch., Durham, N. C, Aug. 
1918- June 1919; miss. Canton, So. China, Aug. 1919- June 1923; p. 
Murphy, S. C; Arden, N. C; ad. Arden, N. C. 

JOHN WORKMAN FISHER MAXWELL. 3. B.D. 

b. Govan, Glasgow, Scotland, Jan. 6, 1883. Ac. U. 1918-21; ord. 
Newton Upper Falls, June 1919, 1924; p. Watkins Glen, N. Y., Sept. 
1924-Nov. 1927; Montour Falls, Nov. 1927- July 1937; tea. Cook A., 
3 yrs.; p. Walton, June 1939—; ad. 59 Townsend St., Walton, N. Y. 

ARNOLD ROSSIER PERRON. 3. B.D. 
b. Gardner, Mass., June 16, 1899. Colg. U. 1921; ord. 1st ch., Lowell, 
June 20, 1924; p. North Billerica, Sept. 1924-Mar. 1931; N. Abing- 
ton, Mar. 1931 — ; ad. 55 Harrison Ave., N. Abington, Mass. 



272 Students — 1924 

EUGENE SUMNER PHILBROOK. B.D. 

See class of 1900. 

EUNICE GERTRUDE (APPLETON) POTTER. 2. B.D. 
b. Jordan, N. Y., Dec. 29, 1897. Syracuse U. 1922; instr. Shaw U. 
1924-26; ord. dea. (M. E.), Ogdensburg, N. Y., Apr. 7, 1929; ord. 
elder (M. E.), Little Falls, May 1934; mar. Jordan, N. Y., May 29, 
1926, A. Leslie Potter; ad. 29 Oxford Rd., New Hartford, N. Y. 

EGBERT CORNING PRIME. 2. B.D. 

6. Freeport, N. S., Nov. 5, 1891. Ac. U. 1922; ord. Parrsboro, N. S., 
July 11, 1922; p. Bridgewater, Mass., Sept. 1924- Apr. 1929; Paw- 
tucket, R. I., Apr. 1929 — ; ad. 128 Raleigh Ave., Pawtucket, Mass. 

GEORGES JEAN ROUSSEAU. 3. B.D. 
b. Lifou, Nouvelle Caledone, Oceania, Mar. 13, 1900. W. J. C. 1921; 
ord. Newton Centre, June 13, 1924; mil. serv., French Army, Aug. 
1924-?; p. of chs. in France. Present ad. unknown. 

RALPH ALFRED STONEBRAKER. 3. B.D. 
b. Argentine, Kans., Apr. 22, 1887. Ott. U. 1919 (N. T. I. 1920-21; 
1922-24); ord. North Middleboro, Mass., June 1924; p. Howard, 
Kans., Sept. 1924-26 ; Kansas City ; res. La Junta, Colo. ; ad. 718 A 
Ave., La Junta, Colo. 

CHARLES ELBERT VERMILLION. 3. B.D. 
b. Donalds, S. C, June 1, 1890. ord. Donalds, 1916; Furman U. 
1918; p. Bradley, S. C, 1916-18; Laurens, 1918-21; East Boston, 
Mass., 1923-24; Calvary ch., Spartansburg, S. C, 1924 — ; ad. Spar- 
tansburg, S. C. 

ERNEST HAROLD JAMES VINCENT. 3. B.D. 
b. Woolwich, London, England, Apr. 8, 1886. Brandon C. 1914; 
McM. U. 1917; serg., med. corps., C. E. F., Feb. 1916- Apr. 1919; ord. 
Rapid City, Manit., Nov. 19, 1919; p. Rapid City, May 1919-Aug. 
1921; Franklin, Mass., Sept. 1921-Aug. 1924; Marion, N. Y., Aug. 
1924-Dec. 1926; Peabody, Mass., Feb. 1928-Nov. 1939; stud. N. T. I. 
1929-30; p. Main St. ch., Newport, Vt., Nov. 1939—; ad. 834 E. Main 
St., Newport, Vt. 



Margaret Storrs Holley, see Margaret Storrs (Holley) Tuck. 
James Henry Palmer. 1. 

b. McMinn Co., Tenn., Feb. 16, 1890. C. N. C. 1910-11; ord. Inman 

St. ch., Cleveland, Tenn., Apr. 27, 1913; in bus., Mountain City 

Hosiery Mill, Chattanooga, Tenn., 1930. 
John Washington Parker. 1. 

b. Ludowici, Ga., Nov. 7, 1894. ord. Jones Creek, Ga., Mar. 28, 1916 ; 

Mercer U. 1917-21 ; Metter, Ga., 1930 ; Ludowici ; Camilla ; ad. Camilla. 
Nicholas Shepler. 1. 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 25, 1891. Colg. U. 1921 ; R. T. S. 1924, B.D., 

U. T. S., Greenport, N. Y. ; w. c, Groton, Conn. ; ad. Pleasant Valley 

Rd., Groton, Conn. 
George Rogers Swann. 1. 

b. Danville, Va., May 23, 1899. Furman U. 1920; U. Va. 1921; 

P. T. S.; U. T. S., Richard, Va.; prof. Baker U., Baldwin, Kans.; tea. 

Trenholm, Va. ; ad. Trenholm, Va. 
*Kwen Ih Tai. 1. 

b. Swatow, China, Sept. 14, 1888. Shanghai Bapt. C. 1919; U. Chic. 

D. S. 1922-25; returned to China, d. Sept. 3, 1927. 



Students — 1 925 273 

Margaret Storrs (Holley) Tuck. 1. 
b. Bristol, Conn., Oct. 31, 1899. Vassar C. 1921; U. T. S. 1925, B.D.; 
dir. rel. educ, Wilkes Barre, 1925-26 ; visitor to A. B. F. M. fields in 
Far East, 1927-28 ; Natl, field sec, Bd. of Miss. Cooperation, N. B. C. 
1928-30 ; author, Toward a More Christian World, 1940 ; also mission 
study courses; S.T.M., Hart. T. S. 1927; mar. Newton Highlands, 
Mass., Sept. 15, 1932, Russell C. Tuck, class of 1929 ; ad. 102 Institution 
Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

Earl Dewey Wooddell. 1. 
b. Granville, N. Y., Aug. 17, 1898. U. S. Army, June-Dec. 1918; 
Colg. U. 1921; R. T. S. 1922-24, B.D. 1924; p. Port Allegany, Pa., 
June 1924-?; Memorial ch., Mechanicville, N. Y., 1936—; ad. 112 
North Fourth Ave., Mechanicville, N. Y. 

1925 

BERNARD DAVIS ADAMS. B.D. 
See class of 1924. 

RAYMOND JOSEPH BATES. 3. B.D. 

b. New London, Conn., Aug. 18, 1897. Cy. C. 1922; ord. Willimantic, 
Conn., Apr. 19, 1925; p. 2d ch., Waterbury, July 1925-Apr. 1930; 
Un. ch., Montville, Apr. 1930- June 1933; Quidnessett ch., N. Kings- 
ton, R. I., June 1933-43; Portland St. ch., Haverhill, Mass., 1943—; 
ad. Haverhill, Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1927. 

THOMAS LIONEL BRINDLEY. B.D. 

See class of 1924. 

WILLIAM FREDERICK BROWN. 3. Grad. 
b. Princeton, Me., June 1, 1889. N. E. Sch. of Theol. 1913; ord. 
Advent ch., Newburyport, Mass., June 5, 1916 ; p. Newburyport, Sept. 
1913-Apr. 1916; Westbrook, Me., Apr. 1916- June 1918; Bapt. ch., 
China, Me., July 1918-Aug. 1920; Mapleton, Sept. 1920-July 1922; 
Old Town, Me., Oct. 1925-34; stud. H. U. summer, 1936; p. Camden, 
Oct. 1934-Dec. 1941; Newport, N. H., 1942—; ad. Newport, N. H. 

HOMER CHENEY BRYANT. 2. B.D. 
b. Wayne, Me., June 10, 1899. Ba. C. 1922; O. C. theol. dept. 1923- 
24 (N. T. I. 1922-23, 1924-25); ord. Portland, Me., Sept. 25, 1925; 
assoc. p. 1st ch., Portland, Oct. 1925-Oct. 1926; dir. Christ, educ, 1st 
Bapt. Temple, Youngstown, O., Nov. 1926-Oct. 1927; p. Dexter, Me., 
Nov. 1927-Nov. 1928; Newport, Vt., Dec. 1928-May 1931; dir. Christ, 
educ. and evangelism, Vermont Bapt. Conv., June 1931-May 1936; 
exec. sec. and dir. Christ, educ. and promotion, 1936 — ; ad. 215 Shel- 
bourne Rd., Burlington, Vt. 

*HAROLD BRAINERD CAMP. 2. B.D. 

b. Woodstock, N. B., Feb. 22, 1894. ord. Waterville, N. S., June 22, 
1922; p. Waterville, Jan. 1920-Sept. 1923; Ac. U. 1923; p. Natick, 
Mass., Jan. 1924-25 ; Calvary ch., New Haven, Conn., 1925-30 ; 1st ch., 
Oakland, Calif., 1930-37. d. Oakland, Sept. 4, 1937. D.D., Berkeley 
Bapt. D. S. 

GEORGE FRANKLIN CURRIER. 3. B.D. 
b. Dexter, Me., Oct. 1892. Ba. C. 1918; ord. Kingfield, Me., Dec. 
1919; p. Kingfield, Apr. 1919-Sept. 1922; Peabody, Mass., Oct. 1922- 
May 1923; asst. p. 1st ch., Arlington, Oct. 1923-Mar. 1924; p. Oak 
Bluffs, Mar. -Dec. 1924; Howland, Me., June 1925-27; Auburn, Oct. 
1927-Dec. 1930; Rockport, Dec. 1930-June 1936; grad. stud., N. T. I. 
1936-37; p. Campton, N. H., Feb. 1937-Oct. 1940; Meredith, Oct. 
1940 — ; ad. 8 Waukewan Ave., Meredith, N. H. 



274 Students — 1925 

ARTHUR ERNEST HARRIMAN. B.D. 

See class of 1895. 

^WELLINGTON HERBERT JENKINS. 1. B.D. 

b. Cody, N. B., Oct. 9, 1860. Ac. U. 1889; Colg. T. S. 1895-97; ord. 
Advocate, N. S., June 1899; p. Advocate, 1889-90; Brandon, Manit., 
1890-93; Chester, N. S., 1897-1901; Onslow, 1901-06; Hantsport, 
1906-10; Devon, N. B., 1910-13; Havelock, N. S., 1913-?; Water- 
ville?; Sydney Mines, 1923-24; Cody, N. B. d. 1937. 

JOHN CLARENCE LEDBETTER. 3. B.D. 

b. Uree, N. C, Jan. 3, 1889. ord. Duncan, Okla., Oct. 4, 1917; p. 
Little Beaver ch., Duncan, Oct. 1917- Aug. 1919; Grace ch., Omega, 
Va., Nov. 1919- June 1922; W. F. C. 1922; p. Woodville, June 1923- 
25; East New Market and Hurlock, Md., 1925-27; Greensboro, 1928- 
34; Havre de Grace, 1934 — ; ad. 108 S. Stokes St., Havre de Grace. 

MERLE HILLBURNE MASON. 2. B.D. 
b. North East Margaree, N. S., Apr. 24, 1902. Ac. U. 1922; p. Pin- 
der, N. B., June 1922- Aug. 1923; Turner feUow, N. T. I. in U. of 
Edinburgh, 1925-27; ord. Wolfville, N. S., Sept. 5. 1925; p. George St. 
ch., Fredericton, N. B., Sept. 1927- Aug. 1934; Kerrisdale ch., Van- 
couver, B. C, Sept. 1934-37 ; Plainfield St. ch., Providence, R. I., Nov. 
1937—; ad. 119 Webster Ave., Providence, R. I. A.M., Br. U. 1940. 

LOUIS BROWN MATTHEWS. 2. B.D. 

b. Bartow County, Ga., Mar. 7, 1896. Base Hosp. 41, overseas, Feb. 
1918-May 1919; ord. Tifton, Ga., June 27, 1921; Mercer U. 1922, post 
grad., 1922-23; stud. p. Brookfield, Ga., Sept. 1921-Sept. 1923; Osier- 
field, Sept. 1921-Sept. 1922; Omega, Dec. 1922-Sept. 1923; Hadley St. 
ch., Lowell, Mass., Nov. 1923-June 1925 ; miss. Argentina, Sept. 1925- 
Sept. 1929; p. Cambridge, 111., Nov. 1929-Sept. 1933; stud. U. Chic. 
1929-33; Maury City, Tenn., May 1934-36; Mercer, Nov. 1936-Nov. 
1941; Henderson, Jan. 1934- Jan. 1942; prof, rel., Union U., Jackson, 
Tenn., Sept. 1933—; ad. 606 E. Main St., Jackson, Tenn. Ph.D., 
U. Chic. 1933. 

GEORGE NICHOLAS MOTT. 3. B.D. 

b. Bellisle, N. B., May 26, 1882. Ac. U. 1920-22; ord. Windsor, N. S., 
June 21, 1922; p. Mendon, Mass., 1923-24; Edgartown, sum., 1924; 
p. Turners Falls, 1925-30; Winter Hill, Somerville, 1930-40; Winter 
St. ch., Haverhill, 1940 — ; ad. 6 Highland Ave., Haverhill, Mass. 

FRANK K. NEARY. 3. B.D. 
b. Brown Ridge, N. B., June 13, 1890. Ac. U. 1920-22; ord. Windsor, 
N. S., June 21, 1923; p. Fayville, Mass., June 1924-25; East Jaffrey, 
N. H., 1925-37; Northwood, 1937—; ad. Northwood, N. H. 

EVAN JOHN SHEARMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Portland, Me., Apr. 2, 1900. Cy. C. 1922; ord. Portland, Me., June 
18, 1925; educ. dir. and asst. p. Em. ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., July 1925- 
Feb. 1928; p. 1st ch.. Woburn, Mass., Feb. 1928-Nov. 1935; 1st ch., 
Springfield, Dec. 1935 — ;ad. 18 Berkeley St., Springfield, Mass. 
D.D., Amer. International C. 1940. 

JOHN E. SMALL. 3. Grad. 
b. Galashields, Scot., Aug. 19, 1879. Kal. C. 1911; asst. sec. Y. M. 
C. A., Warren, Pa., 1911; Altoona, 1911-12; Bangor, Me., Sept. 1912- 
Feb. 1914; Y. M. C. A. serv., France, Aug. 1918-Aug. 1919; inspector, 
Ford Motor Co., Detroit, Mich., 1914-18 ; ord. Highland Park, Mich., 
June 16, 1925; p. Cheboygan, Sept. 1925-Oct. 1926; Saginaw, Oct. 
1926- July 1931; Greely, June 1934- June 1941; Rollin, Feb. 1942—; 
ad. Rollin, Mich. B.D., N. T. I. 1926. 



Students — 1926 275 

OSWELL SMITH. B.D. 

See class of 1923. 

ROBERT EMERSON SNETHEN. 3. B.D. 
b. St. Louis, Mo., May 8, 1892. ord. Mt. Horeb, Sept. 9, 1916; p. 
High Prairie, 1917-18; Gault and Cowgill, 1918-19; Browning and 
Winigan, 1920-21; Linneus, Jan. 1921-1922; Woodville, Mass., Jan.- 
May 1923; Exeter, R. I., June 1923-25; W. J. C. 1922; Middlebury, 
Vt., Oct 1925- June 1930; Shelburne Falls, Mass., Nov. 1934-Nov. 
1938; Edmeston, N. Y., Nov. 1938-Sept. 1941; Clifton Springs, Nov. 
1938-Sept. 1941; Montclair ch., Denver, Colo., Sept. 1941—; ad. 1672 
Spruce St., Denver, Colo. 

HARRY HORATIO UPTON. 3. B.D. 

6. St. John, N. B., Nov. 28, 1885. Cy. C. 1917; ord. Northeast Har- 
bor, Me., Aug. 1, 1917; p. Northeast Harbor, 1917-18; Springvale, 
1918-22; Sterling, Mass., 1922-25; p. Cent, ch., Bloomfield, N. J., 
1925-29; Belmont, Mass., 1929-33; Regina, Sask.; 1933-36; Berlin, 
N. H., Oct. 1936-42; ad. 73 Maple St., Berlin, N. H. 



Myron Oakman Brinton. 1. 

b. Ste. Croix Cove, N. S., Aug. 5, 1901. Ac. U. 1922; ord. Cavendish, 

P. E. I., Oct. 19, 1922; p. Cavendish and Fairview, June 1922-Aug. 

1923; p. Montague, P. E. L, 1924-30; Tryon; Halifax; ad. Halifax, 

N. S. 
Earle Augustus Clifford. 1. 

b. Winthrop, Me., May 24, 1899. Ba. C. 1922; 0. C. theol. dept., 

1923- ? ; p. Tekonsha, Mich. ; ad. Boothbay Harbor, Me. 
*John William Whitney Lank. 2. 

b. Wilson's Beach, N. B., Aug. 10, 1899. Ac. U. 1922; tea. Farmer, 

N. C, 1924-30. d. Aug. 16, 1930. 
Burton Gilbert Robbins. 2. 

b. Jamaica Plain, Mass., Jan. 6, 1900. N. E. Sch. of Theol. 1919-22; 

p. Lafayette, R. I., June 1922-?; res. Concord, N. H. ; Pittsburg; 

Warren; ad. Warren, N. H. 
George Bernard Wolstenholme. 2. 

b. England, Oct. 18, 1895. Cy. C. 1918-22; ord. Waterville, Me., Nov. 

5, 1918; p. Winthrop Center, 1918-19; Hermon and Carmel, 1920-22; 

Freedom, June-Sept. 1922; People's ch., Bath, June 1924 — ; ad. Bath. 

1926 

CHARLES HARRY ATKINSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Hampton, N. B., Mar. 21, 1894. Ac. U. 1922; 3y 2 yrs. in C. E. F. 
priv., lieut., inf.; decorated by King George for personal bravery 
1919 (N. T. I. 1922-24; 1925-26) ; assoc. p. Clarendon St. ch., Boston 
Nov. 1922-Dec. 1924; p. Livermore Falls, Me., Dec. 1924-28; 1st ch. 
Medford, Mass., 1928-38; Brunswick St. ch., Fredericton, N. B., 1938 
41; sec. edifice funds and bldg. counsel, A. B. H. M. S., Sept. 1941 — 
ad. 212 Fifth Ave., New York, N. Y. 

TOBIAS ANDREW CARAKER. 2. B.D. 

b. Savannah, Ga., Dec. 8, 1899. ord. Savannah, Sept. 22, 1920; p. 
Ogeechee, 1920-24; Pulaski, 1920-21; Dover, 1920-22; Sylvania, 1921- 
24; Oliver, 1922-24; Mercer U. 1924; p. Cordele, 1926-28; Univ. ch., 
Baltimore, Md. ; Vienna, Ga. ; Sarasota, Fla. ; ad. Sarasota, Fla. 

MERLE EVERETT CORBETT. 3. B.D. 

b. Wilmington, Vt., June 26, 1891. Mount Hermon Sch., 1918; in 
U. S. Army, Aug. 1918- Aug. 1919 ; asst. boy's work sec, Y. M. C. A., 



276 Students — 1926 

Brockton, Mass., Sept. 1920-Sept. 1923; Amboy, 111.; grad. stud., 
N. T. I. 1928-29; Perkinsville, Vt., 1939— and Cavendish, 1941—; ad. 
Perkinsville, Vt. 

GEORGE HENRY GAGE. 2. B.D. 
b. Beeston, England, June 6, 1870. London City Mission Sch. 1901- 
02; 1907-09; Chapham Bible C, 2 terms, 1913; ord. Margaretville, 
N. S., July 22, 1914; p. Margaretville, 1914-19; W. Yarmouth, N. B., 
Oct. 1919-Nov. 1924; North Reading, 1929-34; ad. North Reading, 
Mass. 

ALFORD HERBERT HASLAM. 3. B.D. 
b. Norristown, Pa., Apr. 15, 1897. In U. S. Army, Sept.-Dec. 1918; 
Bu. U. 1923. No further information. 

CHESTER HAMMOND LOUCKS. 3. B.D. 

b. Toledo, O., July 25, 1899. D. U. 1923; ord. St. Albans, Vt., Oct. 
1926; p. St. Albans, Sept. 1926-Sept. 1930; stud, counselor and asst. 
sec. Y. M. C. A., Seattle, Wash., Sept. 1930-Sept. 1939; p. and coun- 
selor to students, Ann Arbor, Mich., Sept. 1939 — ; ad. 502 East Huron 
St., Ann Arbor, Mich. 

HARRY IGNATIUS MARSHALL. B.D. 

See class of 1903. 

*SAKAE MIYAKE. 3. B.D. 

b. Tokuyama, Su-o, Japan, Apr. 3, 1895. Kal. C. 1922. d. Kobe, 
Japan, Nov. 30, 1928. 

JOHN E. SMALL. B.D. 
See class of 1925. 

DANIEL STEWART SMITH. 1. B.D. 

b. Watertown, Mass., Jan. 3, 1875. ord. Peoples' ch. (M. E.), Boston, 
1910; Oak. Sq., Brighton, 1907-15; Lynn, 1915-18; N. Andover, 1918- 
20; Bost. T. S., 1910; ev. and instr. Boston Bible Trn. Sch., 1926-?; 
res. Roxbury; Brookline; ad. 41 Park St., Brookline, Mass. 

FRANCIS CHASE WHEATON. 3. B.D. 
b. North Easton, Mass., Sept. 25, 1895. Sec. Y. M. C. A., Camp 
Devens, Oct. 1917-June 1918; Northeastern U. 1923; asst. p. Calvary 
ch., New Haven, Conn., Sept. 1926- Apr. 1928; Stratfield ch., Bridge- 
port, 1928-37; assoc. p. 1st ch., Cleveland, O., Oct. 1937—; ad. 3171 
Corydon Rd., Cleveland Heights, O. 

*WILLIAM CLARK WILKINS. 3. B.D. 

b. Fitchburg, Mass., May 6, 1902. Tu. C. 1919-22; Tu. Med. Sch. 
1922-23; res. New York, N. Y. d. 1937. 

WILFRED MALLET WILTON. 2. B.D. 

b. North Rochester, Mass., Oct. 2, 1882. B. T. S. 1902-03, Sept.-Dec. 
1924; H. U. 1908; prin. high schs., 1908-24; p. Cornwall, Conn., Apr. 
1926-?; Norwich Town; Norwood, Mass. Present ad. unknown. 



Ernest John Church. 1. 
b. Chelsea, P. Q., Feb. 2, 1897. Canadian Army, med. corps and air 
force, 1916-19; Brandon C. 1924; ord. Strathclair, Manit., June 19, 
1924; p. Shoal Lake, and Strathclair, June-Sept. 1924; miss., Yolla- 
manchiti, Vizag Dist., India, 1937. Present ad. unknown. 

James Stevens Hammond. 1. 
b. Elmira, N. Y., June 4, 1894. D. U. 1915-17; tea. Smyrna, Turkey, 
1920-21; Y. U. D. S.; in bus.; ad. Hopkinton, N. H. 1942. 



Students — 1927 277 

Samuel Harmer Rickard. 1. 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., July 11, 1895. Bu. U. 1923; prof. Eng. Lit., 
Judson C, Rangoon, Burma, 1924 — ; prin., 1934 — ; ad. Judson C, 
Rangoon, Burma. 

1927 

WALTER AUGUST ASCHENBACH. 3. Grad. 
b. New York City, June 29, 1895. Practical Bib. Trn Sch., Bingham- 
ton, N. Y., 1914-16; S. F. C. 1918-20; recognized as min. by Friends, 
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., May 25, 1921; p. Clinton Corners, N. Y., Jan. 
1921-Oct. 1924; Pittsfield, Mass., Jan. 1927- Aug. 1936; Park Mem. 
ch., Springfield, Sept. 1936—; ad. 97 Garfield St., Springfield, Mass. 

PERCY GLADSTONE BEATTY. 3. B.D. 

b. St. John, N. B., Sept. 21, 1900. Cy. C. 1924; ord. Waterville, Me., 
Oct. 6, 1926; p. Marlboro, Mass., May 1927- Apr. 1931; Beverly, Apr. 
1931-May 1940; Paterson, N. J., May 1940—; ad. 660 E. 29th St., 
Paterson, N. J. 

JAMES WHITCOMB BROUGHER. 3. B.D. 
b. Chattanooga, Tenn., June 27, 1902. U. Redlands 1924; ord. Tem- 
ple ch., Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 11, 1924; Glendale, Sept. 1927—; 
ad. 209 North Louise St., Glendale, Calif. 

FREDERICK RAYMOND BRUCE. 3. B.D. 
b. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 22, 1899. Bost. U. 1924; Im. ch., Rangoon, 
Burma, Nov. 1927- July 1928; Chin Mission, Sandoway, 1928-32; 
Conway, Mass., Sept. 1933-Mar. 1935; Northboro, Mar. 1935-Sept. 
1941; s. Oct. 1941—; ad. P. O. Box 153, Staffer dville, Conn. 

WILLARD DOUGLASS CALLENDER. 3. B.D. 
b. Thompson, Pa., Oct. 1, 1901; Bu. U. 1923; ord. Thompson, June 
17, 1927; p. Farmington, N. H., June 1927-May 1930; Tiverton, R. I., 
May 1930-42; Grace ch., Somerville, Mass., Dec. 1942 — ; ad. Grace 
Bapt. Church, Somerville, Mass. M.R.E., N. T. I. 1930. 

ARTHUR BYRON CLARKE. 3. Grad. 
b. Peace Dale, R, I., Jan. 17, 1901. N. E. Sch. of Theol. 1919; ord. 
Advent Christ, ch., Peace Dale, R. I., Apr. 20, 1920 ; p. Advent Christ, 
ch., Lowell, Mass., 1920-22; Chelmsford St. Bapt. ch., Lowell, June 
1922- July 1924; Mendon, July 1924-26; Centre and Rochdale Cong, 
chs., Northbridge, 1926 — ; ad. Fowler Rd., Northbridge, Mass. B.D., 
N. T. 1. 1931. 

D'ARCY GEORGE COOK. 3. B.D. 
b. Colerne, Eng., Feb. 6, 1890. In Canadian Army, 1917-18 ; McM. U. 
1918; ord. Neepawa, Manit., June 23, 1921; p. Neepawa, June 1920- 
June 1923; Lavoy, Alta., July 1923-Sept. 1924; Tiverton, R. I., Jan. 
1925-30; health failed; Stewart St. ch., Providence, 1932—; ad. 21 
Payton St., Providence, R. I. 

HARRY LUTHER DAY. 2. Grad. 
b. Haverhill, Mass., May 30, 1903. Br. U. 1925 ; not ord. ; M.D., Y. U. 
1934; phys. ; res. West Haven, Conn.; Rochester, Minn.; Worcester, 
Mass. ; capt. U. S. Army. 

MARLIN DOWNER FARNUM. 3. B.D. 
b. Medford, Mass., Aug. 2, 1900. Cy. C. 1923; ord. Medford, miss. 
A. B. F. M. S. in Japan, 1927-42; assoc. sec. A. B. F. M. S., Jan. 
1943 — ; ad. Damarest, N. J. 

GEORGE LEE FISH. 1. B.D. 
b. Corning, N. Y., Dec. 20, 1902. Gor. C. 1925; Y. D. S. 1925-26; 



278 Students — 1927 

ord. Corning, N. Y., June 1927; p. Plaistow, N. H., June 1927- Apr. 
1933; Pittsfield, Apr. 1933-Sept. 1936; Newburyport, Sept. 1936—; 
ad. 5 Park St., Newburyport, Mass. S.T.M., Gor. C. 1938. 

WILLIAM ALEXANDER GELDART. 1. B.D. 
b. Providence, R. L, Nov. 21, 1900. Ac. U. 1926; ord. Elgin, N. B., 
Sept. 5, 1924; p. Gloucester, 1927-42; chapl. U. S. Army, 1942—. 

HAROLD VALDEMAR JENSEN. 3. B.D. 
b. St. Croix Falls, Wise, Mar. 31, 1901. Des M. U. 1922; prin. high 
sch., Bondurant, la., 1922-24; ord. Clinton, Mass., 1927; p. Clinton, 
June 1927-Oct. 1930; Melrose, Oct. 1930-May 1938; Seattle, Wash., 
May 1938—; ad. 2727 31st Ave. S., Seattle Wash. D.D., Linfield C. 
1941. 

WARREN HOLMAN KEITH. 3. B.D. 
b. Vincennes, Ind., June 11, 1900. F. C. 1923; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., June 1928; grad. stud., U. Chic. 1930. Present ad. unknown. 

MAURICE EUGENE LEVY. 3. B.D. 

b. Medford, Mass., Apr. 26, 1902. Colg. U. 1924; p. Baldwinsville, 
Mass., 1927-30; Chicopee Falls, 1930-38; Punxsutawney, Pa., 1939—; 
ad. 401 Rockland Ave., Punxsutawney, Pa. Son of M. A. Levy, class 
of 1900. 

NORRIS THOMPSON MORTON. 3. B.D. 
b. Canton, Mass., Mar. 22, 1902. Ac. U. 1924; ord. 1st ch., Boston, 
Mass., June 22, 1924; p. Brookville, Sept. 1924-27; Norwood Un. ch., 
Warwick, R. I., 1927-30; Free Evang. Cong, ch., Providence, 1930- 
34; Un. ch., Seekonk, 1934 — ; ad. 57 Brookside Ave., Cranston, R. I. 

ALFRED LEFURGY MURRAY. 2. Grad. 
b. Bradalbane, P. E. I., Oct. 30, 1900. Bost. U. Sch. of Educ. 1924; 
C. R. D. S. 1928-30 (N. T. 1. 1925-27) ; E. B. S. 1933-37; ord. Maiden, 
Mass., 1927; p. Bellingham, 1926-27; dir. rel. educ. Calvary ch., Ro- 
chester, N. Y., 1927-29; p. Columbia Ave. Ch. of Christ, Rochester, 
1927-31; field spec, N. B. C. 1931-32; p. Lansdale, Pa., Feb. 1932—; 
lit. ed. United States Baptist. 1940 — ; author, Evangelistic Congrega- 
tion, 1931; Psychology for Christian Teachers, 1938; Youth's Prob- 
lems, 1938; Youth's Courtship Problems, 1940; Reaching the Un- 
churched, 1940; ad. 331 N. Broad St., Lansdale, Pa. Th.D., E. B. S. 
1937. 

RALPH LESLIE ROOD. 3. B.D. 
b. Cambridge, Mass., Apr. 30, 1896. Internatl. Y. M. C. A. C, Spring- 
field, in 1917; gen. sec. Y. M. C. A. war work in R. I., 1917-19 ; morale 
officer, U. S. Navy, 1919-20; Im. ch., Dorchester, Mass., 1927-32; 
Newport, Vt., 1932-39; Greenfield, Mass., 1939—; ad. Greenfield. 

HAROLD OTHEMAN SMITH. 3. B.D. 
b. Cleveland, O., Oct. 2, 1901. D. U. 1921-24; ord. Warren, R. I., 
Apr. 6, 1927; p. Warren, June 1927-Dec. 1930; Ch. of the Redeemer, 
Yonkers, N. Y., Jan. 1930 — ; ad. 45 Bayley Ave., Yonkers, N. Y. 

KENNETH BRUCE WALLACE. 3. B.D. 
b. Cozad, Neb., Feb. 10, 1901. U. Redlands 1924; ord. Ontario, Calf., 
June 1926; p. Valley Falls, R. I., June 1927-May 1929; Richmond, 
Calif., July 1929-Aug. 1939; Thousand Oaks ch., Berkeley, Sept. 
1939 — ; ad. Colusa and Catalina Sts., Berkeley, Calif. 

JUTARO YOKOI. 3. B.D. 
b. Toyama, Japan, Apr. 1, 1888. Pomona C. 1924; El Monte, Calif., 
1935 ; ad. 105 C 5th St., Pomona Assembly Centre, Pomona, Calif. 



Students — 1928 279 

Arthur Dower Davis. 1.5. 
b. Allentown, R. I., Sept. 18, 1904. Colg. U. 1924; ord. North Troy, 
Vt., Nov. 25, 1927; p. N. Troy, 1927-29; Kingston, Mass., 1930-32; 
in bus., 1932 — ; ad. Lake Rd., Youngstown, N. Y. 

Basil Norman Goodwin. 2. 
b. Canso, N. S., Mar. 11, 1900. In Canadian Army, May 1916-May 
1919; Ac. U. 1920-24. No further information. 

Arold Andrew Grandstrom. 3. 

b. Boston, Mass., Oct. 21, 1902. Colg. U. 1924; res. Syracuse, N. Y., 
1941. Present ad. unknown. 

1928 

*MARK LESTER AMES. 4. B.D. 

b. Appleton, Me., May 17, 1924. Cy. C. 1924; p. Madison, N. H., 
1928-29. d. Boston, Mass., Jan. 19, 1929. 

CHARLES BARNARD CHAPMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Dec. 17, 1900. Cy. C. 1925; ord. East Green- 
wich, R, I., Dec. 14, 1928; p. East Greenwich, June 1928-Oct. 1941; 
chapl. R. I. institutions, 1935-41; Keene, N. H., Oct. 1941—; ad. 25 
Court St., Keene, N. H. 

ALBERT WILLIAM DERBYSHIRE. 3. B.D. 

b. Lowell, Mass., July 16, 1902. Bost. U. 1924; ord. 1st ch., Medford, 
Mass., May 28, 1928; min. of educ, 1st ch., Pittsfield, Mass., 1928-31; 
p. Milford, N. H., 1931-36; Fed. ch., Greenville, 1936-40; Fed. ch., 
Fitzwilliam, 1940-42 ; asst. p. Bushnell Cong, ch., Detroit, Mich., Nov. 
1942—; ad. 15050 Southfield Rd., Detroit, Mich. M.R.E., N. T. I. 
1930. 

FRED BENNETT FORD. 4. B.D. 

b. Geneva, Mich., Nov. 17, 1898. U. Redlands 1924; ord. Roxbury, 
Mass., Apr. 12, 1927; p. West Newton, 1927-28; miss. A. B. F. M. S., 
Philippines, 1929-32; p. 2nd ch., Newport, R. I., 1932-35; Salem ch., 
New Rochelle, N. Y., 1936—; ad. 136 Clove Rd., New Rochelle, N. Y. 

WALLACE FERDINAND FORGEY. 2. B.D. 

b. St. John, N. B., Sept. 9, 1901. Ac. U. 1926; ord. Woodstock, N. B., 
Aug. 29, 1926; p. Exeter, R, I., 1926-28; p. Cong, ch., Hingham, 
Mass., 1928-30; p. 1st Bapt. ch., Charlestown, 1930-39; 1st ch., Mel- 
rose, 1939—; ad. 31 School St., Melrose, Mass. S.T.M., N. T. 1. 1929. 

SPURGEON MASKELL HIRTLE. 3. B.D. 
b. Mahone Bay, N. S., Aug. 26, 1897. Serg. and lieut., 25th N. S. 
Battalion, C. E. F., 1916-19; Ac. U. 1923; ord. Wolfville, N. S., Sept. 
2, 1923; p. Canso, N. S., 1923-25; Allston, Mass., 1925-27; Hudson, 
1928-36; Edmonton, Alberta, 1936—; ad. 8322 104 St., Edmonton, 
Alberta. 

PERRY LAUER JACKSON. 3. B.D. 

b. King City, Calif., Aug. 11, 1902. U. Redlands 1924; ord. Clovis, 
Calif., Sept. 1928; p. Saddle Mountain, Okla., Sept. 1928-Oct. 1941; 
Cottonwood, Ariz., Oct. 1941 — ; ad. Cottonwood, Ariz. 

*BLEWSTER KNIGHT. 2. B.D. 

b. Reynolds, Ga., Oct. 30, 1901. Mercer U. 1926; ord. Dublin, Jan. 1, 
1924; p. Tusculum, Dec. 1923-Sept. 1925; Pulaski, June 1924-Mar. 
1925; Davisboro, Jan. 1924; Oliver, Mar. 1925-Sept. 1926; Hadley St. 
ch., Lowell, Mass., 1926-28; Davisboro, 1928-30; Eatonville, 1930-32. 
d. Eatonville, Oct. 17, 1932. 



280 Students — 1928 

♦HOWARD EMIL KOELB. 3. B.D. 

b. Stonington, Conn., Apr. 23, 1903. D. U. 1925; ord. Amesbury, 
Mass., Oct. 1928; p. Amesbury, Oct. 1928-Sept. 1935; Lawrence, 
Kans., Oct. 1935-43. d. Lawrence, Jan. 20, 1943. 

HERBERT ELDEN MacCOMBIE. 3. B.D. 
b. Somerville, Mass., Sept. 17, 1899. Br. U. 1921; ord. Brockton, 
Mass., June 10, 1927; p. Elmwood ch., Providence, R. I., Sept. 1928- 
Nov. 1936; 1st ch., Lynn, Mass., Dec. 1936 — ; on leave of absence, 
chapl., U. S. A., Feb. 1941—; ad. 103rd Field Artil., 43rd div., Camp 
Blanding, Fla. 

RUBEN EMILE MARC. 3. B.D. 
b. Trou-du-Nord, Haiti, Dec. 1, 1903. Lycee National de Port-au- 
Prince, 1923; ord. Broadway ch., Providence, R. I., May 18, 1928; 
H. U. 1928-29; p. Port-au-Prince, Haiti, Dec. 1929—; author, Le 
Bible et la Guerre, 1939 ; ad. Eglise Baptiste, Port-au-Prince. S.T.M., 
N. T. I. 1929. 

CHARLES FRANCIS McKOY. B.D. 

See class of 1905. 

PAUL ALEXANDER PELTSCHER. 3. B.D. 
b. Walk, Latvia, Nov. 18, 1902. Lettish Bapt. Sem. 1925; p. Uzava 
caur Ventspili, Latvia. Present ad. unknown. 

OSWALD TARK. 3. B.D. 

b. Island of Dago, Latvia, Oct. 1, 1904. Esthonian Bapt. Preachers' 
Sem. 1925 ; p. Tallinn, Esthonia. Present ad. unknown. 



*Pedro Cachopero. 3. 

b. Leon, Iloilo, P. I., Apr. 30, 1897. Linfield C. 1925; ord. East 

Greenwich, R. I., Feb. 22, 1929; miss. Bacolod City, P. I., 1929-40. 

d. July 21, 1940. 
*Everett Estes Knight. 1. 

b. Marion, 111., June 4, 1904. Ewing C. 1925; S. B. T. S. 1925-26; 

N. T. I. 1926-27; grad. stud., Indiana U. 1927-28; res. Marion, O. d. 

July 28, 1939. 
Glenn Kenneth Marquay. 4. 

b. North Adams, Mass., Dec. 6, 1897. D. U. 1921.; p. Williamstown, 

1930-35; in bus., 1935 — ; ad. Williamstown, Mass. 
Herman Lloyd Noyes. 1. 

b. Marlboro, Mass., May 15, 1897. U. S. Navy, 1917-18 ; ord. Hemple, 

Mo., Nov. 28, 1920: Wm. Jewell C. 1923; p. Brookfield, Mo., 1920-21; 

Rockport, 1922-23; Greenville, R. I., 1923-29; Pawtuxet, 1929-37; 

Saco, Me., Jan. 1937—; ad. 312 Main St., Saco, Me. A.M., Br. U. 

1929. 
Selby Swift. 1. 

b. Mexico, Mo., July 18, 1900. ord. Mt. Zion ch., Mexico, Mo., July 

1921; Wm. Jewell C. 1924; U. T. S. 1926-28, B.D.; p. Oswego, N. Y., 

1928-30; Immanuel ch., Syracuse, 1930-40; Benson ch., Omaha, Neb., 

1940—; ad. 3328 N. 59 St., Omaha, Neb. 

1929 

KHWAJI ZOHAIR HUSAIN ANSWARE. 2. B.D. 

b. Cawnpore, India, July 15, 1899. U. Calif. ; Pacific Sch of Rel. ; in 
bus. ; ad. c/o J. Jacobs, Rm. 1014, Guaranty Bldg., Hollywood Blvd., 
Hollywood, Calif. 



Students — 1929 281 

CHESTER JAMES ARMSTRONG. B.D. 

See class of 1914. 

OLIVIA BROUILETTE. 2. B.D. 
b. St. Hilaire, P. Q., Aug. 21, 1870. Ecole Modele, 1886 (N. T. I. 
French dept., 1894-96) ; ord. Lowell, Mass., July 24, 1896; p. French 
mission, Marlboro, Aug. 1896- July 1903 ; French mission, Salem, 
July 1903-37; French ch., 1937—; author; ad. 156 Lafayette St., 
Salem, Mass. 

HAROLD WILDER BUKER. 3. B.D. 

b. Wheelock, Vt., Aug. 2, 1892. Ba. C. 1916 ; ord. New London, N. H., 
June 12, 1929; p. New London, 1929—; ad. New London, N. H. 
D.D., Ba. C. 1941. 

JOSEPH MORRIS FORBES. 3. B.D. 

b. San Diego, Calif., Dec. 3, 1903. U. Redlands 1926; ord. Westmin- 
ster, Mass., Dec. 3, 1928; p. Westminster, Mass., 1928-29; A. B. F. 
M. S., Assam, India., 1929—; stud. Sch. of Rel., U. So. Calif. 1936-37; 
ad. Gauhati, Assam, India. 

JOHN SHADE FRANKLIN. 4. B.D. 
b. Hamburg, la., Sept. 29, 1901. Des. M. U. 1923; W. J. C. 1923; 
ord. 1st ch., Hamburg, la., June 9, 1922; H. D. S. 1928-29 (N. T. I. 
1924-25; 1926-29) ; p. Mt. Pleasant, la., and Renwick, Oct. 1922-Mar. 
1923; 1st ch., Princeton, Mo., Mar. 1923-Sept. 1924; Fulton Heights 
Com. ch., Medford, Mass., Mar. 1925-Jan. 1929 ; Lincoln Park Bapt. 
ch., West Newton, Mass., Feb. 1929-May 1936; ed., Feb. 1935-Jan. 
1941; chapl. U. S. Army, Jan. 1941— 

FREDERICK SHERER GALLUP. 3. B.D. 
b. Norwich, Conn., Aug. 15, 1900. Br. U. 1918-19; Tu. C. 1919-21; 
Y. U. 1921-22; ord. Cheshire, Mass., Sept. 18, 1929; p. Cheshire, July 
1929-May 1931; Upper Freehold ch., Imslaytown, N. J., June 1931- 
Oct. 1933; Central ch., Steelton, Pa., Oct. 1933-May 1935; Park 
Presb. chap., Newark, N. J., July 1936-July 1938; Meth. ch., Port 
Elizabeth, 1938 — ; author, History of Park Presbyterian Chapel, 
1937; ad Box 33, Port Elizabeth, N. J. 

WILLIAM EDWARD GARABEDIAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., June 6, 1903. Cy. C. 1926 ; ord. Broadway ch., 
Cambridge, Mass., May 27, 1929 ; p. Campton, N. H., June 1929-Jan. 
1937; chapl. C. C. Camp, Jan. 1937- Jan. 1941; chapl. U. S. Army, Feb. 
1941 — ; ad. 44 Throckmorton Ave., Red Bank, N. J. 

GABRIEL RAPHAEL GUEDJ. 3. B.D. 
b. Algiers, Algeria, Jan. 22, 1902. Cy. C. 1926; ord. 1st ch., Newport, 
N. H., June 7, 1929; p. 1st ch., Newport, May 1929-Jan. 1931; 
Bethany ch., Pawtucket, R. I., Jan. 1931- Jan. 1932; Bapt. Temple, 
Fall River, Mass., Jan. 1932—; ad. 38 Bond St., Fall River, Mass. 

ELMER GLADSTONE HALL. 3. B.D. 

b. North Springfield, Vt., Mar. 2, 1901; U. Redlands, 1926; ord. 1st 
ch., Pomona, Calif., Sept. 4, 1927; A. B. F. M. S., Vanga-sur-Kivilu, 
Belgian Congo, June 1930- June 1934; Leopoldville, Dec. 1935-Jan. 
1941; ad. 430 W. Orange Ave., Pomona, Calif. 

JOHN FREDERICK WILLIAMS HOWELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 23, 1901. Bu. U. 1922-24; Temple U. 1925; 
Columbia U. 1925-26; ord. Waterbury, Conn., July 2, 1930; p. Fed. 
ch., South Waterbury, 1930-31; Franklin, N. H., Nov. 1931—; ad. 
103 View St., Franklin, N. H. 



282 Students — 1929 

KENNETH EDWARD MORSE. 3. B.D. 

b. Brattleboro, Vt., Mar. 26, 1902. Colg. U. 1926; Colg. T. S., about 
iy 2 yrs. ending 1926; ord. Brattleboro, Vt., Dee. 26, 1928; p. 1st ch., 
Bath, Me., Oct. 1929-Nov. 1930 ; Prospect Park ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 
Nov. 1930-Mar. 1936; 1st ch., Bridgeton, N. J., Mar. 1936—; ad. 136 
E. Commerce St., Bridgeton, N. J. 

JOHN MELVIN PRIOR. 3. B.D. 

b. Kewanee, 111., Oct. 9, 1904. Kal. C. 1926; ord. Providence, R. I., 
May 24, 1929; p. Central ch., Providence, R. I., Apr. 1929-Feb. 1931; 
Un. ch., Saco, Me., Feb. 1931-Dec. 1936; 1st ch., Bridgeport, Conn., 
Dec. 1936-42; Cent, ch., Hartford, 1942—; ad. Hartford, Conn. 

WILLIAM RICHARDSON REID. 2. B.D. 

b. Paterson, N. J., Apr. 28, 1903. Colg. U. 1927; ord. 1929; Cong, 
ch., Fall River, 1930-36; Fed. ch., Pepperell, 1936-42; p. Unit, ch., 
Ithaca, N. Y., 1942; chapl. U. S. Army, 1942— 

RUSSELL CHASE TUCK. 3. B.D. 
b. Greene, Me., July 17, 1903. Ba. C. 1926; ord. Greene, Me., Aug. 
23, 1929; H. U. 1930-32; U. T. S. 1935-36; Bost. U. 1936-39; instr. 
Greek, N. T. I. 1929-30; N. T. studies, 1930-32; instr. N. T. studies, 
A. T. S. 1932-33; asst. prof. N. T., N. T. I. 1933-39; assoc. prof., 
1939—; registrar, A. N. T. S. 1939—; ad. 102 Institution Ave., New- 
ton Centre, Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1930; A.M., H. U. 1932; Ph.D., 
Bost. U. 1939. 

CHARLES WAGNER WOLFE. B.D. 

See class of 1904. 



Patricio Valenzuela Confessor. 1. 

b. Cabatuan, P. I., Mar. 17, 1900. Gor. C. 1926 ; ad. Jarro, Iloila, P. I. 
James Albert Howell. 2. 

b. Chelsea, Mass., June 16, 1902. Ba. C. 1926 ; not ord. ; p. Cong, ch., 

Monmouth, Me. ; Bapt. ch., Mt. Bethel, N. J., high sch. tea. ; ad. 371 

Putnam Rd., Union, N. J. 
Warren Irving Lynes. 1. 

b. Baltimore, Ohio, Oct. 11, 1897. 111. Wesleyan 1941; not ord.) p. 

1st ch., Atlanta, 111., 1933-1941; Y. M. C. A. sec, 1941—; contr. 

Y. M. C. A. Journal of Physical Education; ad. Y. M. C. A., 307 Santa 

Clara St., Vallejo, Calif. 

1930 

ELMER COMSTOCK ADAMS. 3. B.D. 

6. Jaffirey, N. H., May 27, 1900. Colg. U. 1925 (N. T. I. 1925-Dec. 
1926; Jan. 1928- June 1930) ; ord. Madison, N. H., Aug. 15, 1926; p. 
Madison, 1926-27; Bradford, R. I., 1927-29; Holden, Mass., 1929-40; 
field sec, Mass. Bapt. Conv., 1940 — ; ad. 11 Westminster Rd., New- 
ton Centre, Mass. 

SAMUEL NELSON BEAN. 3. B.D. 
b. East Hardwick, Vt., Oct. 15, 1904. Gor. C. 1927; ord. Lincoln, 
Vt., Oct. 17, 1930; p. Un. ch., Lincoln, 1930-35; chap. Civilian Conser- 
vation Corps, 1935-39; p. Universalist ch., Concord, Nov. 1940; supt. 
Ch. Records and Historical Records Survey, W. P. A., 1938-42; ad. 
Concord, Vt. 

DORIS LOUISE BIGGLESTONE, see DORIS LOUISE 
(BIGGLESTONE) HEATH. 

LEROY ARCHER CAMPBELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Amherst, Me., Sept. 1, 1902. H. U. 1926; ord. Dexter, Me., Oct. 



Students — 1930 283 

1926; Dexter, 1926-27; Camden, 1930-34; asst. p. classics and anc. 
hist., Hiram C. 1939-42; head master, W. A., Dec. 1943—; ad. 
Worcester Academy, Worcester, Mass. Ph.D., Y. U. 1938. 

EDWARD WILLIAM CANTWELL. 3. Grad. 
b. Orangesburg, S. C, July 1, 1900. U. S. Marines, June 1918-Feb. 
1919; U. S. C. 1919-1922; S. B. T. S. 1923-24 (N. T. I. 1924-25; 1930- 
32) ; ord. Orangeburg, S. C, Aug. 20, 1927; p. Fed. ch., Greenland, 
N. H., 1927-29; 5th St. ch., Lowell, Mass., 1929-33; Kingstree, S. C, 
1933—; ad. Kingstree, S. C. 

JOSEPH MACE CRANDALL. 4. Grad. 
b. Kalamazoo, Mich., Dec. 4, 1898. Kal. C. 1926; ord. Natick, Mass., 
July 1928; p. Natick, Feb. 1928-Feb. 1938; N. Stratford, N. H., Mar. 
1938-Nov. 1941; Newport, Vt., Dec. 1941- Jan. 1943; chapl. U. S. N., 
Feb. 1943—; ad. U. S. Coast Guard Yard, Curtis Bay, Md. B.D., 
N. T. I. 1931. 

KING ISRAEL EVANS. 2. B.D. 
b. Woodcliff, Ga., Feb. 19, 1903. Mercer U. 1925; ord. Galoid, Apr. 
18, 1925; p. Dahlonega, Ga.; Tignall, 1937; ad. Tignall, Ga. 

LEVONE HENRY TAKESIAN FAIRBANKS, formerly LEVONE 
HENRY TAKESIAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Lawrence, Mass., Feb. 4, 1904. Gor. C. 1927; ord. Lawrence, 
Mass., Nov. 9, 1930; p. Effington, N. H., Oct. 1931-Oct. 1939; Bran- 
don, Vt., Oct. 1939 — ; ad. 15 Champlain St., Brandon, Vt. 

HAROLD JOB FRIEND. 2. B.D. 

b. Northampton, England, July 5, 1890 ; Brandon C. 1923 ; ord. Stone- 
wall, Manit., Aug. 1925; p. Stonewall, Sept. 1924-Sept. 1928; Exeter, 
R. I., Mar. 1929- June 1930; Brayville chs., N. S., June 1930-Dec. 
1934; Exeter, R. I., Jan. 1935—; ad. Exeter, R. I. 

EARL JASPER HAMRICK. 3. B.D. 
b. Hillsboro, Mo., Jan. 5, 1895. W. J. C. 1924; ord. Hillsboro, Jan. 4, 
1920; p. Paris, 111.; Canton, 1937—; ad. Canton, 111. 

DORIS LOUISE (BIGGLESTONE) HEATH 1. B.D. 

b. Somerville, Mass., Dec. 21, 1905. Mt. Holyoke C. 1927; educ. 
advisor, 1st ch., Newton, Mass., 1929-34; instr. in rel. educ, N. T. I. 
1930-34; mar. Melrose, Mass., June 11, 1934, Otis R. Heath, class of 
1934; ad. 91 Park St., Newton Centre, Mass. M.R.E., N. T. I. 1929. 

HANS GEORGE JORGENSON. 1. Grad. 
b. Artichoke Lake, Minn., June 28, 1893. Norwegian Bapt. Sem. 
1923; N. B. T. S. 1923; ord. Artichoke Lake, Mich., May 14, 1922; p. 
Mcintosh and Fosston, June 1923 — Aug. 1927; Norwegian ch., Bos- 
ton, Mass., Sept. 1927- ?; Powers Lake, N. D.; Correll, Minn., 1936—; 
ad. Correll, Minn. B.D., N. T. I. 1931. 

HENRY TECTJMSEH MYERS. 3. B.D. 
b. Norfolk, Va., July 2, 1904. Lincoln U. 1927; ord. Boston, Mass., 
Dec. 5, 1930; p. Western Ave. ch., Cambridge, June 1930-Dec. 1931; 
Mt. Olive ch., Norfolk, Va., Oct. 1931—; prof, homil. and theol., Va. 
Un. U. 1931-32; ad. 842 Pollard St., Norfolk, Va. S.T.M., N. T. I. 
1931. 

ULYSSES SAMUEL RANDALL. 3. B.D. 

b. St. Louis, Mo., July 16, 1897. ord. Kansas City, Mo., July 25, 
1918; W. J. C. 1924; p. Glendale ch., Everett, Mass., Feb. 1930-Oct. 
1932; West Park ch., St. Louis, Mo., Jan. 1933—; ad. 7105 Woodrow 
St., St. Louis, Mo. 



284 Students — 1930 

ALVIN GORDON ROBERTSON. 1. B.D. 
b. East Baltic, P. E. I., Sept. 15, 1900. Ac. U. 1928, B.D. 1929; ord. 
Wolfville, N. S., Sept. 1929; p. Grafton, Mass., 1930-1932; North 
Sydney, N. S., 1932-36; Digby, 1936-40; Campbellton, N. B., 1940— ; 
ad. Campbellton, N. B. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1931. 

JOHN HUMPHREY SCAMMON. 3. B.D. 
b. East Rochester, N. H., Oct. 4, 1905. Ba. C. 1927; ord. Weston, 
Mass., May 23, 1930; p. 1st ch., Weston, Mass., May 1930-July 1936; 
assoc. lib., N. T. I. 1936-37; lib. and instr. in Gr., 1937—; instr. Heb., 
1942 — ; ad. 11 Nantucket Rd., Newton Highlands, Mass. Cert, in 
L. S., Simmons C. 1937; S.T.M., N. T. 1. 1939. 

LEVONE HENRY TAKESIAN, see LEVONE HENRY TAKESIAN 
FAIRBANKS. 

CARROLL DANA TRIPP. 3. B.D. 
b. Lamoine, Me., June 9, 1903. Cy. C. 1926; ord. Jefferson, Me., Oct. 
14, 1930; p. Jefferson, June 1930-July 1933; Lisbon Falls, July 1933- 
Dec. 1935; Kennebunkport, Jan. 1936-42; Montpelier, Vt., 1942—; 
ad. 214 Elm St., Montpelier, Yt. 

RAYMOND EDWARD WALKER. 3. B.D. 

b. Glenloch, Ga., Sept. 24, 1899. Mercer U. 1925; ord. Melvin Village, 
N. H., May 31, 1931; Cong, ch., North Attleboro, Nov. 1931-Sept. 
1935; 1st ch., Auburn, Sept. 1935 — ; ad. 144 Central St., Auburn, 
Mass. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1933. 

WALTER HAROLD WHITE. 3. B.D. 

b. Athens, N. Y., Sept. 15, 1900. Colg. U. 1926, M.A. 1927; ord. 
Summit Ave. ch., Jersey City, N. J., May 16, 1929 ; p. Greenville, R. I., 
1930—; ad. Greenville, R. I. 



Frank David Ford. 1. 

b. Lenawee Co., Mich., Nov. 25, 1904. U. Redlands, 1927; tea.; ad. 

Grace Church Sch., Broadway at 10th, New York, N. Y. 
John William Hawkins. 2. 

b. Curryville, Mo., Jan. 21, 1906. U. Mo. 1927, 1939; Col. U. 1931; 

U. T. S. 1929-31 ; not ord. ; tea. Kodaikanal, India; Beirut, Syria; Ram 

Allah, Palestine; Camp in Talloires, France; Stevens C., Columbia, 

Mo. ; Curryville, Mo. ; ad. Curryville, Mo. 
Baron Adolphus McLean. 2. 

b. Shawnee, Okla., Sept. 19, 1901. ord. Madison, N. H., Aug. 10, 

1929; Fresno State C. 1936; Berkeley Bapt. D. S., M.A. 1937, B.D. 

1938; grad. stud.; p. Madison, N. H., Apr. 1929-Apr. 1930; Orosi, 

Calif., Mar. 1933- June 1935; asst. p. 1st ch., Berkeley, Aug. 1936- 

Apr. 1938 ; p. Calvary ch., Seattle, Wash., Apr. 1938- June 1939 ; asst. 

p. 1st ch., Seattle, June 1939—; ad. 1109-32 Ave., Seattle, Wash. 
Dwayne Orton. 1. 

6. Port Hope, Ont., May 6, 1903. U. Redlands 1926; ord. (Cong.) 

1st ch., Stockton, Calif., Mar. 6, 1935; tea. and in bus., 1928 — ; ad. 

International Business Machinery, Endicott, N. Y. M.A., College of 

the Pacific. 

1931 

ELMER FOREST ALLEN. 1. B.D. 
b. Cliftondale, Mass., June 5, 1893. Cy. C. 1926; B.D., Gor. C. 1929; 
ord. Charleston, Me., Aug. 1927; p. Christian ch., Newton, N. H., Aug. 
1927- June 1929; Bapt. ch., Meredith, N. H., June 1929-31; North 



Students — 1931 285 

EdgTemont, Mass., 1931-?; res. Manchester, N. H., 1942. Present ad. 
unknown. 

NEWTON THOMAS ANDERSON. 2.5. B.D. 
b. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 18, 1900. Oglethorpe U. 1920; ord. Newton 
Centre, Mass., Apr. 29, 1932; p. Greenland, N. H., 1931-33; Decatur, 
Ga., 1936. Present ad. unknown. 

WILLIAM CHARLES ARBO. 3. B.D. 
b. Leominster, Mass., Dec. 13, 1905. Gor. C. 1924-26; Clark U. 1926- 
28; ord. North Springfield, Vt., June 19, 1931; p. North Springfield, 
Jan. 1931-Dec. 1935; Lincoln, Jan. 1936-May 1935; Poultney, May 
1938-?; chapl. 

HARRISON ALLEN BRANN. 3. B.D. 
b. Washington, D. C, May 22, 1904. Colg. U. 1926; ord. pt. June 
1932; r. St. James ch., Laconia, N. H., 1931-38; vicar, Ch. of Ascen- 
sion, Roxbury, Mass., 1938-41 ; chapl. U. S. Army, 1941 — . 

EDWARD ALBERT BULLOCK. 3. B.D. 
b. Fitch Bay, Que., Jan. 27, 1899. Br. U. 1922, A.M. 1923; ord. 1st 
ch., Marlboro, Mass., Oct. 21, 1931; p. Marlboro, Sept. 1931—; ad. 
114 Newton St., Marlboro, Mass. 

ARTHUR BYRON CLARKE. B.D. 

See class of 1927. 

GARDNER DIXON COTTLE. 3. B.D. 

b. Fall River, Mass., Aug. 14, 1906. Cy. C. 1928; ord. (Cong.) Way- 
land, Mass., May 24, 1931; p. Wayland, 1929-37; Mattapoisett, Nov. 
1937-42; chapl. U. S. Army, 1942—. 

JOSEPH MACE CRANDALL. B.D. 

See class of 1930. 

CARLETON LeROY FEENER. B.D. 

See class of 1917. 

HEYWOOD MILBURN FOREMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Philadelphia, Mo., Dec. 22, 1901. U. Mo. 1926; ord. p. 2nd ch., 
Palmer, 1934-Dec. 1939; New Britain, Conn., Dec. 1939—; ad. New 
Britain, Conn. 

HENRY BENTON HARRIS. 3. B.D. 

b. Bloomfield, N. J., Oct. 17, 1897. Shaw T. S., B.Th. 1916; Talla- 
dega C. 1922; Drew T. S. 1926, M.A.; Sch. of Rel., Howard U. 1928, 
B.D; Bost, U. 1938, S.T.M.; H. D. S. 1940-41; p. People's ch., Ports- 
mouth, N. H., May 1931- Jan. 1938; ord. People's ch., Portsmouth, 
May 1937; Union ch., New Bedford, Mass., Jan. 1939—; ad. 167 Mills 
St., New Bedford, Mass. 

FREDERICK ELBRIDGE HEATH. B.D. 

See class of 1895. 

HANS GEORGE JORGENSEN. B.D. 

See class of 1930. 

LEON FALLIS KENNY. 3. B.D. 
b. Bristol, R. I., June 26, 1906. W. J. C. 1928; ord. Free Bapt. ch., 
Carolina, R. I., Oct. 23, 1931; p. Carolina, May 1931-Sept. 1936; Fed. 
chs., Blackstone, Mass., Sept. 1936- June 1941; Lonsdale, R. I., July 
1941-Feb. 1942; asst. p. People's Bapt. ch., Cranston, Feb. 1942—; 
ad. 92 Wheeler Ave., Edgewood, R. I. 

DONALD FERDINAND PERRON. 3. B.D. 

b. Gardner, Mass., May 22, 1903. Colg. U. 1924; ord. Lowell, Mass., 



286 Students — 1931 

May 1931; p. Iloilo, P. I., 1931-36; A. B. H. M. S., Lowell, Mass., 
1936-38; 1st ch., Thomaston, Me., 1938-41; chapl. U. S. A., 1941—. 
S.T.M., N. T. I. 1937. 

NORMAN HERBERT PRATT. 3. B.D. 
b. Dover (now Dover-Foxcroft), Me., Mar. 1, 1906. Ba. C. 1928; 
p. West Lebanon, Me.; ord. West Lebanon, Aug. 31, 1933; health 
failed ; ad. Kennebunkport, Me. 

WAYMAN CARLTON REESE. 1. B.D. 

b. Camak, Ga., Nov. 11, 1903. Mer. U. 1929, M.A. 1930; ord. Madi- 
son, Sept. 6, 1926; p. Centennial and Brownwood chs., Morgan Co., 
Sept. 1926-Sept. 1930; Mansfield, Sept. 1927-Mar. 1929; Shiloh, 
Shady Dale, Sept. 1928-Sept. 1930; Ipswich, Mass., Oct. 1930-June 
1931; South Medford, Aug. 1931-Sept. 1932; Denmark, S. C, Sept. 
1932-Nov. 1939; Washington, Nov. 1939—; ad. Washington, Ga. 
S.T.M., N. T. I. 1932. 

ELLSWORTH MILTON SMITH. 3. B.D. 

b. Newburgh, N. Y., Aug. 28, 1904. Colg. U. 1936, M.A. 1927 
(N. T. I. 1927-29; 1930-31); ord. Northeast Harbor, Me., Aug. 26, 
1929; Mount Desert Larger Parish, Me., Jan. 1928-Mar. 1935; dir. 
field work and instr. in rural churches, A. N. T. S., Mar. 1935-Oct. 
1936; field rep., A. B. H. M. S., Oct. 1936-Sept. 1938; dir. Adult 
Educ. Coop. Project Conf., Southern Mountain Workers, Berea C, 
Sept. 1938-July 1940 ; ord. Presbyterian, U. S. A., Chattanooga Pres- 
bytery, May 30, 1940; p. 3rd Presb. ch., Chattanooga, Tenn., July 
1940 — ; ad Cinderella Rd., Lookout Mt., Tenn. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL STRASSNER. 1. B.D. 
b. Marrilton, Ark., Jan. 2, 1900. Ark. Bapt. C. 1925; Va. Union U. 
1928, B.D.; ord. Kinsdale, Va., Aug. 26, 1926; p. Kinsdale, Aug. 1926- 
June 1929; Charlottesville, Va., July 1929- July 1938; dean, Sch. of 
Rel., Bishop C, Marshall, Tex., Sept. 1938—; stud., U. T. S., sum. 
1940 and 1941; ad. Bishop C, Marshall, Tex. 

CLYDE ERWIN TANNER. 1. B.D. 
b. Ottawa, Kans., July 11, 1900. K. C. T. S. 1926; ord. Erie, 1926; 
p. Goddard, 1926-27; Dexter, 1927-28; Chanute, 1928-29. Present 
ad. unknown. Son of W. F. Tanner, class of 1905. 

EVERETT LESLIE WASHBURN. 3. B.D. 

b. Roxbury, Mass., Jan. 18, 1900. H. U. 1921; ord. Penacook, N. H., 
Sept. 4, 1923 ; p. Penacook, 1923- Apr. 1926 ; Chase Mem. ch., Spring- 
field, Mass., May 1926-Aug. 1928; North Ave. ch., Cambridge, Sept. 
1928-Oct. 1932 (N. T. I., Jan. 1921-23, 1931) ; Calvary ch., Westerly, 
R. I., Nov. 1932-Dec. 1942; Central ch., Wayne, Pa., Jan. 1942—. 

JAMES PICKETT WESBERRY. 1. B.D. 
b. Bishopville, S. C, Apr. 16, 1906. ord. Park St. ch., Columbia, S. C, 
Sept. 5, 1926; Mercer U. 1929, M.A. 1930; p. Pine Grove, Ga., 1925- 
27; Ten Mile Creek, Baxley, 1926-27; Hazelhurst, 1927-28; Lyons, 
1926-27; Altamaha ch., Odum, 1927; Soperton, Ga., 1928-30; Antioch, 
1928-30; Godfrey, 1929-30; South Medford, Mass., 1930-31; Kings- 
tree, S. C, 1931-32; Bamburg, 1933—; ad. Bamburg, S. C. S.T.M., 
N. T. I. 1935. 

ALBERT ARTHUR WILD. 4. B.D. 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Sept. 19, 1903. Colg. T. S. 1927; Mont- 
gomery Centre, Vt., 1931-38; East Randolph, 1938-42; East Brook- 
field, Mass., 1942 — ; ad. East Brookfield, Mass. 



Students — 1932 287 

1932 

Q K BARRETT. 2. B.D. 
b. Cave Springs, Ga., Dec. 1, 1907. Mercer U. 1929; ord. Vineville 
Bapt. ch., Macon, Ga., Feb. 20, 1929 ; p. Cong, ch., New Salem, Mass., 
July 1932-Sept. 1936; Fed. ch., Charlton, Nov. 1936-Nov. 1938; Cong, 
ch., So. Dartmouth, Nov. 1938-Oct. 1941; chapl. U. S. Army, Oct. 
1941— 

NEAL DOW BOUSFIELD. 3. B.D. 
b. East Lebanon, Me., Mar. 12, 1906. Cy. C. 1929; ord. Newton Cen- 
tre, Mass., Apr. 29, 1932 ; p. Lamoine, Me., June 1932-Oct. 1935 ; asst. 
supt. Me. Sea Coast Miss. Soc, Oct. 1935-1938; supt. 1938—; ad. 
24 Ledgelawn Ave., Bar Harbor, Me. 

EDWARD WILLIAM CANTWELL. B.D. 

See class of 1930. 

JOSHUA LLEWELYN CLARKE. 3. Grad. 
b. Jamaica, West Indies, Nov. 22, 1901. Springfield Intern. Y. M. 
C. A. College; p. Keswick Cong, ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., 1933-35; miss., 
Brooklyn, 1937-41; p. Rockaway Ave. ch., 1941—; ad. 704 Putnam 
Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

SALOME WILHEMINA ENGELMANN. 1. B.D. 
b. Indianapolis, Ind., July 31, 1907. Heidelberg C. 1929; McMaster 
U. ; nursing, 1932 — ; ad. 98 Forbes St., Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

PAUL VICTOR GOODWIN. 3. B.D. 
b. Martinsville, Mo., May 23, 1908. U. Nebr. 1929; ord. Dec. 6, 1932; 
p. 1st ch., Grafton, Mass., Oct. 1932-Oct. 1935; 1st ch., Kearney, 
Nebr., Nov. 1935-Dec. 1937; 1st ch., Ontario, Calif., Dec. 1937-Mar. 
1943; Monronia, Calif., Mar. 1943—; ad. Monronia, Calif. 

HELEN JUNE HEATH, see HELEN JUNE (HEATH) KNAPP. 

JOHN INKENAS. 3. B.D. 
b. District Birzai, Lithuania, Aug. 15, 1905. Latvian Bapt. Sem., 
Riga, 1925-29 ; p. Siauliai, Lithuania, 1932 — . Present ad. unknown. 

ADOLPH KLAUPIK. 3. B.D. 
b. Province of Novgorod, Russia, Mar. 10, 1900. Latvian Bapt. Sem. 
1926-29; ord. Kolomovka, Russia, Feb. 4, 1924; p. Kolomovka, 1924- 
25 ; Telgava, Latvia, 1926-29 ; Ielgava, 1932 — . Present ad. unknown. 

HELEN JUNE (HEATH) KNAPP. 3. B.D. 
b. Wakefield, Mass., June 5, 1903. Mt. Holyoke C. 1925; ord. 1st ch., 
Newton Centre, Mass., Feb. 3, 1933; p. Addison and Panton, Vt., Jan. 
1933-Apr. 1936; Williamstown, Mass., Apr. 1936-Feb. 1938; mar. 
Newton Centre, Mass., Mar. 26, 1938, Lewis M. Knapp ; ad. 9 E. Del 
Norte St., Colorado Springs, Colo. 

DANIEL HAMPTON MILLER. 1. B.D. 

b. Winneconne, Wise, Nov. 20, 1902. S. C. 1928; ord. Omro, Wise, 
Aug. 28, 1928; S. W. B. T. S. 1928-30; p. Mertens and Brandon, Tex., 
Sept. 1928- July 1930; Fitzwilliam and Troy, N. H., Sept. 1931-Feb. 
1933; Rochester, Feb. 1933-Mar. 1936; Keene, Mar. 1936-Sept. 1941; 
Holyoke, Mass., Sept. 1941 — ; ad. 235 Oak St., Holyoke, Mass. 

FRANK WILLIAM MOLLINS. 3. B.D. 
b. Middlesex, N. B., Mar. 25, 1905. Ac. U. 1925; S. B. T. S., Sept. 
1926- Jan. 1927; Gordon C. 1927-28; ord. Gladeside, N. B., Sept. 
29, 1930; p. Pleasantville, N. S., Nov. 1932-Sept. 1934; Penobsquis, 
N. B., Nov. 1934-Oct. 1936; Jemseg, Nov. 1936-Dec. 1937; Dawson, 



288 Students — 1932 

Jan. 1937- June 1940; North Head, July 1940—; ad. North Head, 
Grand Manan Island, N. B. 

EDWIN BENJAMIN NYLEN. 3. B.D. 
b. Hutchinson, Minn., July 22, 1899. S. C. 1929; ord. (Cong.) 1st 
ch., Royalston, Mass., Apr. 21, 1933; 1st and 2nd Cong, chs., Royal- 
ston, Nov. 1932- Apr. 1936; 1st ch., Hopkinton, Mass., Apr. 1936 — ; 
chapl. U. S. Army. 

SAMUEL OVERSTREET. 2. B.D. 
b. Ridgeland, S. C, Jan. 20, 1904. ord. Savannah, Ga., June 14, 
1929; Mercer U. 1930; p. Americus, Rocky Ford, Oliver, Ga., 1929- 
30; Gardner, Mass., 1932-33; Andover, 1937-40; 2d ch., Newport, 
R, I., 1940-42; chapl. U. S. Army, 1942. 

HOWARD GLENN PAYNE. 3. B.D. 

b. Jamesport, Mo., Mar. 20, 1905. ord. Trenton, Mo., July 11, 1926; 
W. J. C. 1928; p. in Mo., 1927-28; Valley Falls, R. I., June 1929-Mar. 
1937; Pawtuxet, Mar. 1937 — ; ad. 46 Bayside Ave., Providence, R. I. 
A.M., Br. U. 1931. 

HOMER RAYMOND PHELTS. 2. B.D. 
b. Columbus, Ga., Nov. 10, 1904. Mercer U. 1930; ord. Columbus, 
Ga., Sept. 3, 1930; p. Cong, ch., Chester, N. H., Jan. 1933- July 1937; 
North Conway, N. H., July 1937- Jan. 1940; Maple Shade, N. J., Jan. 
1940—; ad. 31 W. Linwood Ave., Maple Shade, N. J. S.T.M., N. T. I. 
1933. 

RALPH LINWOOD PHILLIPS. 3. B.D. 

b. Bangor, Me., Oct. 7, 1907. B. T. S.; Swansea, Mass., 1930-37; 
Damariscotta, Me. ; in bus. Present ad. unknown. 

OSCAR RAY POWELL. 3. B.D. 

b. near Buffalo, Mo., Oct. 16, 1898. ord. Mt. Pleasant ch., Buffalo, 
Mo., Aug. 25, 1921; p. Mt. Pleasant, 1921-22; Hopewell, 1923-24; 
South Greenfield, 1923-25; Climax Springs, 1923-26; Fairfield, 1923- 
26; New Home, near Warsaw, 1923-29; Spring Grove, 1925-29; Lin- 
coln, 1925-29; stud., Kansas Citv Bapt. T. S. 1925-29; p. Seward Ave. 
ch., Topeka, Kans., 1929-31; Washburn C. 1931; fed. ch., Southville, 
Mass.; 1st Bapt. ch., Mt. Vernon, Mo., 1931-33; 1st ch., Anthony, 
Kans., 1933-36; Mead, 1937-38; Garden City, June 1938—; chapl. 
U. S. Army. 

CLARENCE FRANKLIN SANGER. 1. B.D. 
b. Lowell, Mass., Aug. 4, 1900. Gor. C. 1929, B.D. 1931; ord. Lowell, 
May, 21, 1929; p. Strafford, N. H., Nov. 1929-Sept. 1931; in bus.; ad. 
77 Emery St., Lowell, Mass. 

RICHARD BERTRAND SMITH. 3. B.D. 

b. Exeter, Nebr., Jan. 7, 1907. U. Nebr. 1929; ord. Beverly, Mass., 
June 3, 1932; p. Danielson, Conn., June 1932- Jan. 1936; Mount 
Desert Larger Parish, Northeast Harbor, Me., Jan. 1936-Oct. 1942; 
asst. to the pres., A. N. T. S., Oct. 1942—; ad. 26 Trowbridge St., 
Newton Centre, Mass. 

STEPHEN ARNOLD WESTCOTT. 1. B.D. 

b. Freeport, N. S., May 10, 1908. Ac. U. ; ord. Wolfville, Aug. 31, 
1930 ; London, Ont., 1935 ; Hamilton, 1943 ; ad. Hamilton, Ont. 

*HENRY EDWARD WESTON. 2. B.D. 

b. Birmingham, Eng., June 6, 1898. Br. U. extension courses, 1924- 
28; ord. Plainfield St. ch., Providence, R. I., May 24, 1932; Dexter, 
Me., 1934-36; Woolwich, 1936-41. d. Woolwich, Oct. 20, 1941. 



Students — 1933 289 

Frederick Edwin Gardner. 1. 

b. Brookline, Mass., Nov. 13, 1906. ord. Temple ch., Dorchester, June 

9, 1929; Gor. C. 1929; Medford, 1934-43; Tiverton, R. I., 1943—; 

ad. Tiverton, R. I. 
Frank King Singiser, Jr. 1. 

b. Montevideo, Minn., July 16, 1908. Br. U. 1928 ; in bus. ; ad. Bright 

Waters, Long Island, N. Y. 

1933 

fSTEPHEN EDWARD AYERS. 1.5. B.D. 

b. St. John, Kans., Oct. 15, 1899. U. S. Navy, Oct. 1917-June 1919; 
Westminster C. 1930; Columbia T. S. 1920-23; Bost. U., A.M. 1933; 
ord. (Presb.) Rusk, Tex., Dec. 6, 1933; p. 1st Cong, ch., Clinton, 
Conn., June 1933-Dec. 1940; Cong, ch., Manhasset, N. Y., Jan. 1941- 
43; author; chapl. U. S. Navy. S.T.M., Y. D. S. 1940. 

ROBERT WALTON BELL. 3. B.D. 
b. South Haven, Mich., Dec. 7, 1906. Kal. C. 1932; ord. Atlas, Mich., 
Dec. 5, 1935; Woolwich, Me., 1933; asst., Sebago Lake Regional 
Parish, Standish, Me., 1934-35; Atlas Community ch., Atlas, Mich., 
1935-37; ord. dea., (Epis.) St. Paul's Cathedral, Detroit, Nov. 16, 
1938; ord. pt. St. Mark's ch., Marine City, Nov. 23, 1939; rector, St. 
Mark's ch., Marine City, Feb. 1937-Sept. 1941 ; vicar, St. John's ch., 
Howell, Sept. 1941-42; Fenton, 1942—; ad. 613 W. Shiawassee Ave., 
Fenton, Mich. 

RALPH JOHN BERTHOLF. 3. B.D. 

b. Lawrence, Kans., Apr. 30, 1906. Ott. U. 1930 ; ord. Melrose, Mass., 
May 28, 1933; p. 2nd ch., East Providence, R. I., Mar. 1933-Feb. 
1936; 1st ch., Wakefield, Mass., Feb. 1936—; ad. 108 Pleasant St., 
Wakefield, Mass. 

VERNON KENNETH BROOKS. 3. Grad. 
b. Marysville, Kans., Mar. 2, 1909. U. Nebr. 1934; ord. 2nd ch., 
Lincoln, Nebr., Feb. 3, 1937; Alexandria and Tobias, Oct. 1937- Apr. 
1940 ; Lead, S. D., Apr. 1940-43 ; asst. p. 1st ch., Los Angeles, Calif., 
1943 — ; ad. 1st Bapt. Ch., Los Angeles, Calif. 

fEDGAR HUGH STORER CHANDLER. 1. B.D. 

b. Providence, R. I., Aug. 17, 1904. Bost. U. Sch. of Rel. Educ. 1928; 
ord. (Cong.) Middleton, Mass., Sept. 1928; p. Middleton, 1928; Bezley 
Heath, Kent, Eng., 1929-32; stud., U. London 1928-30; p. Candia, 
N. H., 1932-33; Central ch., Jamaica Plain, Mass., 1933—; chapl. 
U. S. Navy. 

CLAYTON HARDING CHAPMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 22, 1908. Bost. U. Sch. of Rel. Educ. 1930; 
ord. Fairfax, Vt., Oct. 4, 1933; p. Fairfax, Vt., June 1933- June 1936; 
min. of educ, Presumpscot Un. Parish, Windham and Raymond, Me., 
Apr. 1937—; ad. Raymond, Me. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1935. 

ROWLAND ARTHUR DAVENPORT. 3. B.D. 

b. St. Anthony, la., May 3, 1900. ord. Basehor, Kans., Sept. 1935; 
p. Basehor, Feb. 1925-Nov. 1929 ; Bush City and Kincaid, Kans., Nov. 
1929-Sept. 1930; Ott. U. 1930; Exeter, R. L, Sept. 1930-Dec. 1934; 
Hope Valley, Jan. 1935-Nov. 1936; Butte, Mont., Dec. 1936-May 
1940; McMinnville, Ore., June 1940—; chapl. U. S. Army. 

JAMES ALLIE DAVIDSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Ferris, Tex., Nov. 7, 1908. Bay. U. 1930; ord. Seagoville, June 28, 
1930; p. Knoxville ch., Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 1934-Sept. 1940; 1st ch., 



290 Students — 1933 

Warren, Pa., Sept. 1940—; ad. 112 Fifth Ave., West Warren, Pa. 
Oxford U. 1933-34; Ph.D., U. Pittsburgh, 1941. 

GEORGE TUNNICLIFFE DUKE. 3. B.D. 

b. Kewanee, 111., Dec. 26, 1906. S. C. 1930; p. Bradford, N. H., 1933- 
39; Cong. min. ; p. The Umbagog Interstate Larger Parish (Me. and 
N. H.) Jan. 1940—; Oxford County (Me.) Larger Parish, 1942—; 
ad. Center Lovell, Me. 

fJOHN NEWCOMER FEASTER. 3. B.D. 

b. Philadelphia, Pa., May 10, 1908. Bu. U. 1930; ord. (Cong.) Ken- 
nebunkport, Me., Nov. 6, 1933; p. Kennebunkport, Sept. 1933-Feb. 
1940; Hammond St. ch., Bangor, Me., Mar. 1940—; ad. 30 High St., 
Bangor, Me. 

EVERETT EARL GARDINER. 3. B.D. 
b. Peace Dale, R. I., July 26, 1905. Colg. U. 1929; ord. 1st ch., Fall 
River, Mass., June 1933 ; p. Community ch., Sugar Hill, N. H., 1933- 
Apr. 1936; Rochester, May 1936-May 1941; chapl. U. S. A., 1941—; 
ad. Fort Andrews, Mass. 

FREDERICK DENNIS HAYES. 2. B.D. 
b. Portland, Me., Dec. 11, 1904. Ba. C. 1931; ord. (Cong.) Cornish, 
Me., June 27, 1933; p. Cornish, May 1933-Sept. 1937; Belfast, Oct. 
1937—; ad. 7 Church St., Belfast, Me. S.T.M., A. T. S. 1936. 

LEWIS ALBRO HENNIGAR. 2. B.D. 
b. Rumford Falls, Me., July 12, 1908. Ac. U. 1930; ord. North Dan- 
ville, Vt., Oct. 1933; p. North Danville, 1933-38; Un. Bapt. ch., St. 
Johnsbury and Passumpsic, 1938 — ; ad. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

ARTHUR FOWLER JENNINGS. 2. Grad. 
b. Providence, R. I., Nov. 8, 1907. R. I. C. of Educ. 1927-29 ; Bost. U. 
1929; ord. Bethany ch., Pawtucket, R. I., 1933; p. Bethany ch., 1933- 
40; Emmanuel ch., Albany, N. Y., 1940 — ; ad. 95 Homestead Ave., 
Albany, N. Y. B.D., N. T. I. 1941. 

fSAMUEL LAWRENCE JOHNSON. 3. B.D. 

b. South Shields, Eng., Aug. 16, 1907. Carleton C. 1930; ord. 
(Cong.) Crombie St. ch., Salem, Mass., Oct. 4, 1933; p. Crombie St. 
ch., Salem, Mass., 1933-41; Park Manor ch., Chicago, 111., 1941 — ; ad. 
215 69th Place, Chicago, 111. 

tCHARLES CLARK KEITH. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., July 19, 1892. Spec, stud., A. T. S. 1918-22; Bost. 
U. 1923, A.M. 1924; ord. (Cong.) Beverly, Oct. 15, 1919; p. Immanuel 
ch., Beverly, 1919-22; asst., assoc. and p. Eliot ch., Roxbury, 1925 — ; 
ad. 58 Kenneth St., West Roxbury, Mass. 

tEVERETT BROOKS LESHER. 3. B.D. 

b. Owatonna, Minn., Mar. 26, 1908. Carleton C. 1930; ord. (Cong.) 
Chelmsford, Mass., Jan. 13, 1933; p. Chelmsford, 1933-35; Jackson- 
ville, Fla., Apr. 1935 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

fJOHN PHILIP LINDSAY. 1. B.D. 

b. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 18, 1910. Hamline U. 1930; Bost. U., 
A.M., 1930-32; ord. (Cong.) Chatham, Mass., May 26, 1933; p. 
Chatham, Nov. 1933; Quincy, Nov. 1933-Nov. 1935; 1st ch., Milton, 
Nov. 1935-42; chapl. U. S. Army. Th.D., Bost. U. 1941. 

tAMANDUS WILLIAM LOOS. 3. B.D. 

b. Davenport, la,, Feb. 16, 1908. Carleton C. 1930; ord. (Cong.) 
Waltham, Mass., Sept. 26, 1933; p. 1st ch., Waltham, Mass., Sept. 
1933- Aug. 1937; U. of Edinburgh, Sept. 1937- July 1939; prof. rel. 



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and phil., Spelman C, Sept. 1939 — ; author, with Ronald Selby 
Wright, Asking Why, 1939 ; ad. Spelman C, Atlanta, Ga. 

AUSTIN DONALD MACPHERSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Sydney, N. S., Oct. 1, 1909. U. N. B. 1930; ord. Wolfville, N. S., 
Sept. 3, 1932; p. Croydon, N. H., Apr. 1933-Mar. 1935; Canning, 
N. S., Apr. 1935—; ad. Canning, N. S. 

ALBERT RAY MESERVE. 3. Grad. 
b. Richmond, Me., Jan. 22, 1907. Gor. C. 1928; ord. Groton, Mass., 
Nov. 1933; p. 1st ch., Groton, Mass., June 1933- Jan. 1937; 1st ch., 
Winthrop, Mass., Feb. 1937-42; Un. ch., Shirley, Sept. 1942—; ad. 
Shirley, Mass. B.D., N. T. I. 1934. 

GEORGE GERALD PARKER. 3. B.D. 
b. Kansas City, Mo., Dec. 23, 1907. W. J. C. 1930; ord. (Cong.) East 
Jaffrey, N. H., Feb. 23, 1934; p. East ch., East Jaffrey, Nov. 1933- 
May 1939; 1st ch., Spencer, Mass., May 1939—; ad. 178 Main St., 
Spencer, Mass. 

EVERETT ATHERTON SHERWOOD. 3. B.D. 
b. Somersworth, N. H., Sept. 21, 1908. Br. U. 1930; ord. Salem, 
Mass., May 19, 1933; p. Damariscotta, Me., June 1933-Oct. 1937; 
Central ch., Southbridge, Oct. 1937 — ; ad. 86 Hartwell St., South- 
bridge, Mass. Son of R. A. Sherwood, class of 1906. 

JOSEPH ARTHUR SISK. 3. B.D. 

b. Joplin, Mo., Oct. 20, 1907. Ott. U. 1930; ord. East Brookfield, 
Mass., Apr. 23, 1935; p. East Brookfield, Aug. 1934-Sept. 1939; 1st 
ch., Winchendon, Sept. 1939 — ; ad. 85 Linden St., Winchendon, Mass. 
S.T.M., N. T. 1. 1934. 

ERNESTS SPIGULIS. 3. B.D. 

b. Limbasi, Latvia, June 21, 1909. Latvian Bapt. Sem. 1930 ; p. Riga, 
Latvia, 1932 — . Present ad. unknown. 

CLARENCE GREMPHLER STRIPPY. 3. B.D. 

b. Baltimore, Md., May 31, 1905. Mercer U. 1930 ; ord. Calvary ch., 
Savannah, Ga., June 6, 1930; p. Beth Eden ch., Waltham, Mass., 
1932-36; Hingham, 1936 — ; ad. Hingham, Mass. 

CARL LOUIS SULLENBERGER. 3. B.D. 
b. Waco, Tex., Sept. 17, 1905. Bay. U. 1930; ord. Waco, May 28, 
1928; p. Willow Grove and County Line, 1928-30; Glidden, 1930-31; 
Fitzwilliam and Troy, N. H., June 1933-Mar. 1935; Lincoln and N. 
Woodstock, Mar. 1935-Feb. 1941; Cong, ch., W. Lebanon, Feb. 
1941—; ad. West Lebanon, N. H. 

THEODORE HERMAN VON KAMECKE. 3. Grad. 
b. Waltham, Mass., Sept. 28, 1907. Bost. U. 1934; ord. The Mari- 
ners' Temple, New York, N. Y., Mar. 26, 1935 ; p. Mariners' Temple, 
1934-40 (?); chapl. U. S. Penitentiary, Leavenworth, Kans. ; ad. 
Leavenworth, Kans. B.D., N. T. I. 1936. 

THOMAS POWELL WARFIELD. 3. B.D. 
b. Amerillo, Tex., Feb. 23, 1908. U. Nebr. 1930; ord. Summit, R. I., 
Jan. 1934; p. Summit, Foster Center and Mt. Vernon, R. I., Nov. 
1933-May 1937; Valley Falls, May 1937-Nov. 1939; St. Albans, Vt., 
Nov. 1939—; ad. 31 Congress St., St. Albans, Vt. 

LAURIS BURCHARD WHITMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. West Minot, Me., Oct. 26, 1909. Ba. C. 1930; ord. Auburn, Me., 
1st ch., West Swanzey, N. H., June 1933- Aug. 1936; Un. Parish, 



292 Students — 1933 

Hopkinton, Aug. 1936-Oct. 1939; 1st ch., Newport, Vt., Oct. 1939- 
June 1941; 2nd ch., Islesboro, Me., Sept. 1941 — ; ad. Islesboro, Me. 



Owen Doyle Thompson. 0.5. 
b. Fall River, Mass., June 18, 1907. Bost. U., B.R.E. 1930; S.T.B. 
1941; p. North ch., Taunton, Mass., 1937—; ad. 1992 Bay St., Taun- 
ton, Mass. 

1934 

ALICE LILLIAN BIGLEY, see ALICE LILLIAN (BIGLEY) 
SNOW. 

HAROLD CHARLES BONELL. 3. B.D. 

b. Meriden, Conn., Jan. 15, 1908. T. C. 1931; ord. Meriden, Conn., 
Mar. 26, 1934; p. 5th St. ch., Lowell, Mass., 1934-36; Woburn, Mass., 
1936-41; Central Sq. ch., Portland, Me., 1941—; ad. 245 Concord St., 
Portland, Me. S.T.M., N. T. I. 1936. 

VERNON KENNETH BROOKS. B.D. 

See class of 1933. 

ALVA NELSON CAIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Kiowa County, Kans., Apr. 17, 1902. Ott. U. 1927; ord. Wichita 
Indian Mission, Anadarko, Okla., Mar. 14, 1935 ; miss. A. B. H. M. S., 
Wichita Indian Baptist Mission, Anadarko, Okla., Nov. 1934-Mar. 
1940; p. Immanuel ch., Omaha, Nebr., Mar. 1940-May 1941; Enid, 
Okla., 1941—; ad. 926 East Pine St., Enid, Okla. 

fALEXANDER LUSCOMBE CHANDLER. 1. B.D. 

b. Cliftondale, Mass., Nov. 7, 1907. Bost U. 1930; Bost. T. S. 1931- 
33; ord. (Cong.) Warner, N. H., June 23, 1933; p. Warner, N. H., 
Oct. 1930-May 1940; Sandwich, Mass., May 1940—; ad. School St., 
Sandwich, Mass. 

WAYNE EDGAR CHRISTENSEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Gilmore City, la., Feb. 13, 1910. Grand Island C. 1931; ord. East 
Boston, Mass., June 10, 1934; p. Adams, Nebr., June 1934-Dec. 1935; 
Indian Bapt. Mission, Pryor, Mont., Jan. 1936- June 1937; Sheboygan 
Falls, Wise, July 1937-Oct. 1939 ; Hudson, Nov. 1939—; ad. 311 Vine 
St., Hudson, Wise. 

fJOSEPH OSBORNE CROWE. 2.5. B.D. 

b. Dharmsala, Punjab, India, June 2, 1904. Westminster C. 1921-23 ; 
Gor. C. 1930; Bost. U. 1930-31; ord. (Cong.) Webster, N. H., Oct. 
17, 1930; p. Webster, June 1929-Nov. 1935; Tilton, Nov. 1935—; ad. 
301 Main St., Tilton, N. H. 

fNELS FREDRICK SOLOMON FERRE. 3. B.D. 

6. Lulea, Sweden, June 8, 1908. Bost. U. 1931; ord. (Cong.) Village 
ch., Dorchester, Mass., May 1934 ; Sheldon Trav. Fellow, U. of Lund 
and Upsala 1936-37; p. Village Cong, ch., Dorchester, Mass.; instr. 
phil., A. T. S. 1937-38; asst. prof, theol., 1938-39; Abbot prof, elect, 
1939-40; Abbot prof. Christian theol., 1940 — ; author, Swedish Con- 
tributions to Modem Theology, 1939; The Christian Fellowship, 1940; 
The Christian Faith, 1942; Return to Christianity, 1943; ad. 44 
Stearns St., Newton Centre, Mass. Ph.D., H. U. 1938. 

fJOHN GILBERT GASKILL. 2. B.D. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Oct. 29, 1905. Gor. C. 1929, B.D. 1932; ord. 
(Cong.) 2nd ch., Peabody, Mass., Apr. 30, 1929; Bost. U. 1930; p. 2nd 
ch., Peabody, Jan. 1928-Dec. 1935; Evangelical ch., Canton, Jan. 



Students — 1934 293 

1936-Dec. 1940; supt. Bible Soc. of Me., Jan. 1941—; ad. 19 Pine St., 
Portland, Me. 

REX DEAN GOODWIN. 3. B.D. 
b. Martinsville, Mo., Nov. 30, 1909. U. Nebr. 1931; ord. Oxford, 
Nebr., Nov. 8, 1934; p. Oxford, Sept. 1934- Jan. 1936; Forest Hills 
ch., Oakland, Calif., Jan. 1936- June 1937; stud., Berkeley Bapt. D. S. 
1936-37; min. of educ, 1st ch., Oakland, July 1937- July 1938; asst. p. 
Central ch., Hartford, Conn., Aug. 1938-Sept. 1941; p. Temple ch., 
Dorchester, Mass., Oct. 1941 — ; ad. 25 Ashmont St., Dorchester, Mass. 

MACK MASHBURN GOSS. 2. B.D. 

b. Canton, Ga., Feb. 10, 1910. ord. Canton, Mar. 31, 1931; p. Rocky 
Ford, Ga., Oct. 1930-Sept. 1932; Mercer U. 1932; North Grafton, 
Mass., Oct. 1933- June 1934; Tate and Jasper, Ga., Sept. 1934- Apr. 
1936; stud., U. T. S., sum. 1937; U. of Chic. Sum. Sch. 1938; Wal- 
halla, S. C, May 1936—; ad. 104 W. Maudlin St., Walhalla, S. C. 

tCHARLES FRANCIS GOUDEY. 3. B.D. 

b. Hartford, Conn., June 1, 1902. Bost. U. 1927; Bost. T. S. 1931-32; 
ord. (Cong.) Lyndonville, Vt., Oct. 19, 1934; p. Lyndonville, Oct. 
1934-Dec. 1937; Grand Rapids, Mich., Jan. 1938—; ad. 1127 Watkins 
St., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

CHARLES ELMER HAMLEN. B.D. 

See class of 1922. 

fBERNARD AXEL HAWKINSON. 3. B.D. 

b. West Warwick, R. I., Sept. 28, 1894. Gor. C. 1926-27, 1928-29; 
North Park C. 1930; ord. (Evangelical Mission Covenant ch.) Minne- 
apolis, Minn., June 18, 1932; p. Waltham, Mass., June 1930-Nov. 
1935; Hartford, Conn., Nov. 1935—; ad. 20 Brownell Ave., Hartford, 
Conn. S.T.M., A. T. S. 1937. 

WALKER TAFT HAWLEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Gardner, Mass., June 10, 1908. Worcester Polytechnic Inst. 1931 ; 
ord. Holden, Mass., June 1934; p. Cong, ch., Dummerston, Vt., June 
1932-May 1936; Fed. ch., Greensboro, May 1936-Oct. 1939; Manches- 
ter, Nov. 1939—; ad. West Rd., Manchester, Vt. 

OTIS ROBINSON HEATH. 3. B.D. 
b. Wakefield, Mass., Feb. 1, 1908. Colg. U. 1931; ord. Chester, Vt., 
Aug. 15, 1934; p. 1st ch., Chester, Apr. 1934-Feb. 1938; Immanuel ch., 
Newton, Mass., Mar. 1938-43; Leominster, Sept. 1943—; ad. Leomin- 
ster, Mass. Son of H. A. Heath, trustee. 

ELLIS JORDAN HOLT. 3. B.D. 

b. Phillips, Me., Feb. 6, 1910. Bost. U. 1931; or d. Littleton, Mass., 
July 2, 1934; p. 1st ch., Littleton, Apr. 1934-Oct. 1936; Stroudwater 
ch., Portland, Me., Oct. 1936-Dec. 1938; Pride's Corner Community 
ch., Westbrook, Nov. 1936-Dec. 1938; 2nd ch., Calais, Dec. 1938-Oct. 
1942; Court St. ch., Auburn, Oct. 1942—; ad. 442 Turner St., Auburn. 

tALBERT MANOLOFF IVANOFF. 3. B.D. 

b. Chepelare, Stanimaka Dist., Bulgaria, May 5, 1907. Samokov 
American Sch. 1926 ; South Eastern Bible Sch., St. Andra bei Villach, 
Austria, 1928-30; tea.; res. Chatham, Mass.; Portland, Me.; Plain- 
ville, Conn. ; ad. 198 Milford St., Plainville, Conn. 

MARSHALL SHUFORD JENKINS. 3. B.D. 

b. Asheville, N. C, June 8, 1902. ord. Asheville, Sept. 1923; p. Ashe- 
ville, 1923-28; Holyoke, Colo., 1929-30; Cairo, Nebr., 1930-31; Grand 
Island C. 1931; Un. ch., Watertown, Sept. 1935—; ad. 71 Longfellow 
Rd., Watertown, Mass. 



294 Students — 1934 

FRANKLIN JEFFERSON KEELE. 3. B.D. 
b. Ardmore, Okla., Nov. 1, 1908. U. Redlands 1931; U. S. Army, 
1942— 

LON BISHOP KNIGHT. 2. B.D. 

b. Dublin, Ga., May 23, 1908. ord. Fitzgerald, Jan. 1929; Mercer U. 
1932; p. Eatonton, Ga., Sept. 1934 — ; ad. Eatonton, Ga. 

WALTER LUCE LOUNSBURY. 2.5. B.D. 
b. Woodstock, N. B., Jan. 21, 1908. Bost. U. 1932; ord. Hyde Park, 
Vt., July 31, 1934; p. Hyde Park, Vt., June 1934-Nov. 1936; Wells 
River, Nov. 1936—; ad. Wells River, Vt. 

EWALD MAND. 3. B.D. 
b. Emmaste, Estonia, June 8, 1906. Estonian T. S. 1925-29 ; asst. p. 
Tartu, 1929-30; trav. sec. Estonian B. Y. P. A., 1930-31; Emmaste, 
Esthonia; Tallinn, 1935—. Present ad. unknown. S.T.M., N. T. I. 
1935. 

ALBERT RAY MESERVE. B.D. 

See class of 1933. 

RICHARD ISHMAEL McKINNEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Live Oak, Fla., Aug. 20, 1906. Morehouse C. 1931; ord. Arcadia, 
Fla., Aug. 1930; stud., Pendle Hill, 1930-31; p. Pond St. ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., Jan. 1934- Apr. 1936; dir. rel. activities, Va. Un. U., Sept. 
1935-Sept. 1941; dean, Sch. of Rel., Va. Un. U., Sept. 1941—; ad. 
Virginia Union University, Richmond, Va. Ph.D., Y. U. 1942. 

MERLE AMON MITCHELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Noel, Mo., Dec. 29, 1908. Drury C. 1931; ord. 1st ch., Springfield, 
Mo., Nov. 7, 1934; p. Willow Springs, 1934- Apr. 1937; 1st ch., 
Lebanon, Apr. 1937-Dec. 1938; 1st ch., Carrollton, Dec. 1938-43; 
chapl. U. S. Army, 1943— 

fJOSEPH RODNEY NEWTON. 4. B.D. 

b. Belle Valley, O., Feb. 7, 1899. Hiram C, 2 yrs. ; ord. Wilson Ave. 
eh. of Christ (Disc), N. Bloomfield, O., June 22, 1922; p. N. Bloomfield 
and Green, Mar. 1922-Mar.l923 ; Central Christ, ch., Hubbard, Mar. 
1923-Sept. 1928; Ch. of Christ, Everett, Mass., Sept. 1928-May 1934; 
Cong, ch., E. Weymouth, May 1934 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

HILMER EDWARD NORDLUND. 3. B.D. 
b. New Norway, Alberta, Dec. 26, 1902. Brandon C. 1928; ord. 
Trenton St. ch., East Boston, Mass., June 10, 1934; p. Trenton St. 
ch., 1934- Apr. 1935 ; Emmanuel ch., Saskatoon, Sask., May 1935-Apr. 
1938; Hillhurst ch., Calgary, Alberta, May 1938—; ad. 734 2nd Ave., 
N. W., Calgary, Alberta. 

NORMAN ROBERT OLSEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Lowell, Mass., Aug. 2, 1905. Nebr. Wesleyan U. 1934; ord. 1st Un. 
Bapt. ch., Lowell, Mass., May 6, 1934; p. Cong, ch., New Ipswich, 
N. H., Sept. 1933-Oct. 1934; North Bapt. ch., New Bedford, Mass., 
Nov. 1934-Nov. 1941; Beth Eden ch., Waltham, Mass., Dec. 1941—; 
ad. 11 Banks St., Waltham, Mass. 

HOWARD EDGAR PAIGE. 2. B.D. 

b. Lynn, Mass., Jan. 3, 1910. Ba. C. 1932; grad. stud., A. T. S. 1934- 
35; ord. (Cong.) Chelmsford, Mass., Oct. 1, 1935; p. Central ch., 
Chelmsford, Mass., June 1935-May 1941; Old South ch., Windsor, 
Vt., May 1941—; ad. 36 Ascutney St., Windsor, Vt. 

KENNETH LEWIS PALMER. 3. B.D. 
b. East Longmeadow, Mass., Dec. 7, 1907. Br. U. 1931 ; ord. Spring- 



Students — 1934 295 

field, Mass., June 8, 1934 ; p. Cong, ch., Washington, N. H., and Bapt. 
ch., East Washington, 1933-35; 1st Bapt ch., West Boylston, Mass., 
1935-40; Fed. ch., Leicester, Mass., Sept. 1940 — ; chapl. U. S. Navy, 
1943—. 

CLARENCE HODGES PATRICK. 2. B.D. 

b. Winchester, Term., Dec. 25, 1907. W. F. C. 1931; S. B. T. S. 1931- 
32; ord. Mars Hill, N. C, May 27, 1928; p. Dillingham, 1928-29; Glen 
Royal ch., Wake Forest, and Hickory Rock ch., Louisburg, 1930-31; 
grad. stud., N. T. I. 1934-35; ad. c/o Duke University, Durham, N. C. 

WILLIS HUBERT PORTER. 2. B.D. 

b. Toccoa, Ga., Oct. 7, 1908. Mercer U. 1931 ; ord. Springfield, Mass., 
June 20, 1934; p. Carew St. ch., Springfield, June 1934-May 1937; 
1st ch., Shelbourne Falls, June 1937- June 1939; 1st ch., Holyoke, 
June 1939—; ad. 605 South St., Holyoke, Mass. 

HARRY HAVEY POWELL. 2. Grad. 
b. Freeport, N. S., Feb. 27, 1891. Yarmouth A. 1909; Hartford T. S. 
1917-18 ; ord. 1st ch., Gardner, Mass., Nov. 20, 1919 ; p. Natick, Dec. 
1922-Oct. 1923; in bus., 1923-28; p. Ayer and Littleton, Mar. 1928- 
Feb. 1934; N. Billerica, Feb. 1934—; ad. 12 Calson St., N. Billerica. 

HERMAN JULIUS REFT. 1. B.D. 
b. Afognak, Alaska, July 10, 1904. W. J. C. 1934; C. R. D. S. 1931- 
33; ord. City Park ch., Denver, Colo., Aug. 1933; tea. Bureau of 
Indian Affairs, Juneau, Alaska, 1934-35; pres. Christian C, Juneau, 
1936; gen. ev., Alaska, 1936-May 1937; sec. Y. M. C. A., Los Angeles, 
Calif., Aug. 1937—; ad. 7719 Clinton St., Hollywood, Calif. 

ANTONE GEORGE REINELT. 3. B.D. 

b. Fall River, Mass., Mar. 7, 1901. Br. U. 1931; ord. 1st ch., Fall 
River, Mass., July 13, 1934; p. Fed. ch., Centre Sandwich, N. H., July 
1934-Oct. 1938; 1st ch., Milford, Oct. 1938—; ad. 14 Adams St., Mil- 
ford, N. H. 

tWILLIAM DAVID ROWLANDS. 3. B.D. 

b. South Wales, Dec. 16, 1897. ord. (Cong.) Raymond, N. H., Apr. 
27, 1934; Raymond, 1933-38; South Main St. ch., Manchester, 1938—; 
chapl. U. S. Army. 

EDWARD LAWRENCE SAABYE. 3. B.D. 
b. Providence, R, I., July 13, 1907. Br. U. ; p. North Scituate, Rd., 
1933-37; asst. p. People's ch., Providence, 1937-41; Methuen, Mass., 
1941 — ; ad. Methuen, Mass. 

JOHN BYRON SIMS. 2.5. B.D. 
b. Carrollton, Mo., Feb. 8, 1900. ord. Rockport, Mo., 1927; W. J. C. 
1931; S. B. T. S. 1927-28 (N. T. 1. 1928-29 ; 1932-34) ; Br. U. 1930-31; 
p. Georgiaville, R. I., Nov. 1928- June 1937; Arco, Idaho, July 1937- 
June 1941; Fed. ch., Salmon, June 1941 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

ALICE LILLIAN (BIGLEY) SNOW. 2. B.D. 
b. Winchester, Mass., Nov. 15, 1911. Smith C. 1932; ord. (Cong.) 
Payson Park ch., Belmont, Mass., May 10, 1934; p. Kensington, N. H., 
Nov. 1935-Nov. 1937 ; mar. Newton Centre, Mass., June 7, 1934, Arthur 
J. Snow, class of 1935 ; ad. 9 Highland St., Somersworth, N. H. 

fLEX KING SOUTER. 4. B.D. 

b. Buffalo, N. Y., Jan. 4, 1904. W. J. C. 1930; ord. (Presb.) Tren- 
ton, Mo., Oct. 1929; p. Hodge Mem. Presb. ch., Trenton, Oct. 1929- 
Aug. 1930; Cong, ch., Hingham Center, Mass., Sept. 1930- Apr. 1934; 
1st ch., Fall River, Apr. 1934—; chapl. U. S. Army, 1942—. 



296 Students — 1934 

BYRON OLNEY WATERMAN. 2. B.D. 
b. Johnston, R. I., Nov. 23, 1909. Br. U. 1932; grad. stud., N. T. I. 
Sept. 1934-Jan. 1935 ; ord. 1st Calvary ch., Lawrence, May 24, 1935 ; 
asst. p. 1st Calvary ch., Lawrence, Jan. 1935-Sept. 1941 ; p. Plaistow, 
N. H., Sept. 1941—; ad. 113 Main St., Plaistow, N. H. 



fArmen M. Carapetian. 1. 

b. Isphahan, Persia, Oct. 11, 1907. Ashbury C. 1931; tea. and bus.; 
ad. Wayland, Mass. 
fClarence Kilde. 1. 

b. Owen, Wise, Feb. 2, 1905. St. Olaf C. 1930; ord. Pilgrim ch., 
Minneapolis, Minn., Oct. 23, 1936; U. T. S.; p. Pilgrim ch., 1936—; 
ad. 1506 Girard Ave., N. Minneapolis, Minn. 

Herbert Surface Mekeel. 2. 
b. Dayton, O., Feb. 14, 1904. U. Mich. 1927; Bib. Sem., New York; 
U. T. S. (A. T. S. 1932-34) ; instr. U. Mich. 1928-31; ord. Swampscott, 
Mass., May 1935; p. Un. ch., Swampscott, 1933-35; asst. and assoc. p. 
1st Presb. ch., Edmonton, Alberta, 1936; 1st ch., Ottawa, Ont., 1936- 
37; 1st ch., Schenectady, N. Y., 1937—; ad. 209 Union St., Schenec- 
tady, N. Y. 

Calimero Pires Oliveira. 3. 
b. S. Joao da Boa Vista, S. Paulo, Brazil, Sept. 21, 1901. Gammon 
Inst. 1925; U. T. S., Rio de Janeiro, 1927-30; Bib. Sem., New York, 
1930-31; ord. John Clark Mem. ch., Newport, R. I., June 18, 1934; 
p. Newport, 1934-35; Portsmouth, and No. Tiverton, 1934-35; Un. 
Sq. Bapt. ch., Somerville, Mass., 1939-42; author, Verdades Irretor- 
quiveis, 1933 ; ad. 65 Elm St., Cambridge, Mass. 

Perry Orn Sanders. 1. 
b. Bethalto, 111., Nov. 29, 1907. W. J. C. 1930; ord. Moberly, Mo., 
Dec. 29, 1927; p. Bethel, 1927-29; Calloa, 1930-31; Cairo, 1927-31; 
Salisbury, 1928-31; tea.; res. Jefferson City; Spokane, Wash., 1940. 
Present ad. unknown. 
fCharles Sherman Sowder. 2. 

b. Sterling City, Calif., Dec. 3, 1907. Aurora C. 1924-27; North- 
eastern U. 1928; B. T. S. 1931; ord. (Cong.) ch., Solon, Me., Sept. 
27, 1933; p. Solon, Mar. 1933-Nov. 1934; Wiscasset, 1934-38; Morris, 
Minn., 1938 — ; tea. rel., U. of Minn., Sch. of Agriculture, W. Central 
Branch, Morris, Minn. ; ad. 311 W. 6th St., Morris, Minn. 

Ernest Adolf Thorsell. 2. 
6. New York, N. Y., Nov. 10, 1908. Bethel T. S. 1927-29; Gor. C. 
1931; in bus., 1933-43; p. Cong, ch., Sherborn, Mass., 1943 — ; ad. 
Sherborn, Mass. 

Charles Leslie Updegraph. 1. 
b. Pittsburgh, Pa., June 16, 1902. Findlay C. 1923; sec. Y. M. C. A., 
Boston, Mass.; ad. 316 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. A.M., Bost. 
U. 1926. 

1935 

LEONARD BLISS ALLEN. 1. B.D. 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Dec. 13, 1905. Colg. U. 1927; Pendle Hill, 1930- 
31; Y. D. S., 1 sem., 1931; Bib. Sem. of N. Y. City, 1932-34; p. Mil- 
ford, N. H., 1935-37; prof. Judson C, Rangoon, Burma, 1937 — ; ad. 
Judson C, Rangoon, Burma. A.M., Columbia U. 1932. 

ANTHONY GEORGE ANDOLINA. 3.5. B.D. 
6. Rochester, N. Y., July 30, 1903. N. Y. State C. for Teachers 1931 ; 
in bus., 1935 — ; ad. 611 Washington St., Newton, Mass. 



Students — 1935 297 

fFRED DONALD BENNETT. 4. B.D. 

b. Rumford, Me., Sept. 27, 1900. Bost. U.; ord. (Cong.) Un. ch., 
Boston, Oct. 30, 1934; p. Nantucket, 1935-38; Un. ch., Boston, 1938—; 
chapl. U. S. Navy, 1942—. 

STANLEY ANDREWS BENNETT. 3. B.D. 
b. Providence, R. I., July 3, 1910. Gor. C. 1932; ord. Freeport, Me., 
Sept. 25, 1936; p. Freeport, Mar. 1936-Oct. 1938; Williamstown, 
Mass., Oct. 1938 — ; ad. 7 School St., Williamstown, Mass. 

JAMES BLOK. 3. B.D. 
b. Kortgene, Zeeland, The Netherlands, Jan. 2, 1900. Cy. C. 1932; 
ord. 1st ch., Wilmot, N. H., Mar. 5, 1936; p. Fed. ch., Wilmot, Oct. 
1935-Sept. 1940; chapl. U. S. A., Sept. 1940—; ad. Office of the 
Chaplain, Headquarters, Fort Randolph, Canal Zone. 

JAMES HENRY BURNS. 3. B.D. 

b. Stahl, Mo., June 25, 1909. U. Mo. 1931; New College, Edinburgh, 
Scot., and Oxford U. 1934; p. Hebron, Me., Jan. 1935-38; ord. 
Hebron, Nov. 2, 1937; chapl. Met. Life Ins. Sanatorium, Mount Mc- 
Gregor, N. Y., Jan 1938— Jan 1941; staff of Gould Farm, Great Bar- 
rington, Mass., Jan. 1941 — ; ad. Gould Farm, Great Barrington, Mass. 

fWARREN MELVIN CHANDLER. 3. B.D. 

b. Brockton, Mass., July 17, 1901. Bost. U. 1932; ord. (Cong.) New- 
fane, Vt., May 11, 1936; p. 1st ch., Newfane, Vt., Nov. 1935—; chapl. 
U. S. Army. 

fLESLIE WARREN CHAPMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Mar. 26, 1909. Bost. U. 1932; ord. (Cong.) 
Riverside Mem. ch., Haverhill, June 20, 1935; p. Riverside Mem. ch., 
1935-42; Manchester-by-the-Sea, Dec. 1942—; ad. 6 Church St., Man- 
chester-by-the-Sea, Mass. 

tANDREW KEITH CRAIG. 1. B.D. 

b. Peekskill, N. Y., Feb. 1907. Bost. U. 1930; Chic. T. S. 1931-33; 
ord. (Cong.) Cumberland Center, Me., June 26, 1935; p. Cumberland 
Centre, Aug. 1933-Dec. 1936; Groveland, Mass., Jan. 1937 — ; chapl. 
U. S. Army. 

RICHARD CUMMINGS. 3. B.D. 
b. Henzada, Burma, Oct. 7, 1910. Cy. C. 1932; H. U. D. S.; ord. 1st 
ch., Cambridge, Mass., June 1935; p. 1st ch., Cambridge, June 1935-43; 
Troy, N. Y., 1943—; ad. Troy, N. Y. Son of J. E. Cummings, class 
of 1887. 

CHARLES LEROY CUSTER. 3. B.D. 

b. St. Joseph, Mo. Feb. 27, 1909. Calif. Christian C. 1932; A.M., 
Berkeley Bapt. D. S. 1934; tea. Bacone C. 1935-?; not ord.; min. educ. 
Central Christ, ch., Pasadena, Calif.; ad. 1270 North Chester Ave., 
Pasadena, Calif. 

GLADYS ELIZABETH DOUGHTY, see GLADYS ELIZABETH 
(DOUGHTY) YORK. 

WILLIAM BERTRAND DOWNEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Syracuse, N. Y., June 24, 1907. Cy. C. 1930; ord. East Charlotte, 
Vt., Oct. 31, 1935; p. East Charlotte, July 1935-Oct. 1937; Cong, ch., 
Wadhams, N. Y., Oct. 1937-Feb. 1941; Berkshire, Feb. 1941—; ad. 
Berkshire, N. Y. 

HARRY GEORGE FORD. 2. B.D. 
b. Hanford, Calif., Apr. 8, 1908. U. Redlands 1931; Bost T. S. 1932- 
33; ord. Ashland, N. H., June 28, 1935; p. Ashland, June 1935-Feb. 



298 Students — 1935 

1939; Tenth Ave. eh., Columbus, 0., Feb. 1939—; ad. 189 King Ave., 
Columbus, 0. 

f THOMAS DOUGLAS HEMING. 2. B.D. 

b. Muskegon, Mich., July 21, 1898. W. Va. Wesleyan C. 1927; Bost. 
T. S. 1931-32; ord. (Cong.) Union ch., North Weare, N. H., June 6, 
1935; p. Union eh., North Weare, June 1935-Sept. 1936; East ch., 
Concord, Sept. 1936 — ; ad. 53 Mountain Rd., Concord, N. H. 

CHARLES ROSS HODGES. 3. B.D. 

b. Newton, Mass., Sept. 1, 1910. Wms. C. 1932; ord. (Cong.) South 
Hartford, N. Y., Nov. 17, 1936; p. South Hartford, Apr. 1936- July 
1937; Willsboro, July 1937- Apr. 1939; Hampton, Conn., Apr. 1939- 
July 1941; grad. stud., A. T. S. 1940-41; p. Norwich, Conn., July 
1941 — ; ad. 114 Prospect St., Norwich, Conn. 

GERALD MERINGER KENDALL. 2. B.D. 

b. Leominster, Mass., Apr. 14, 1905. Colg. U. 1927; ord. Leominster, 
Mass., Apr. 22, 1935; Central Falls, R. I., Feb. 1935-Sept. 1939; with 
Bd. of Educ, N. B. C, and Univ. p., U. Nebr., Lincoln, Nebr., Sept. 
1939—; ad. 1440 Que Street, Lincoln, Nebr. M.A., Clark U. 1930; 
Ph.D., 1932. 

WILLIAM WALTERS KEYS, II. 3. B.D. 

b. Greenville, S. C, Dec. 15, 1911. Fur. U. 1932; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., Feb. 5, 1943; Newton Fellow in Waseda Hoshien, Tokyo, 
Japan, 1935-36; prof, of Eng., C. of Commerce, Taihoku, Formosa, 
1936-37; instr. in rel., Fur. U. 1938-1939; instr. in psych, and rel., 
Asheville C. 1939-41; instr. in rel. educ, N. T. 1. 1941 — ; ed. Prophetic 
Religion, 1941 ; ad. 154 Institution Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

fHAROLD GUILD LELAND. 1. B.D. 

b. Leominster, Mass., Nov. 20, 1908. Bost. U. 1931; O. T. S. 1931-33; 
ord. (Cong.) Fall River, Mass., Jan. 25, 1935; p. North Christian ch., 
Fall River, Dec. 1934-Sept. 1939; 1st ch., Newbury, Sept. 1939—; ad. 
1 Hanover St., Newburyport, Mass. 

fRUSSELL TALCOTT LOESCH. 3. B.D. 

b. Garretsville, O., Dec. 30, 1907. O. C. 1932; ord. (Cong.) Cleve- 
land, O., May 28, 1935; p. Danvers, Mass., Feb. 1936-Oct. 1939; 1st 
ch., Lakeworth, Fla., Nov. 1939 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

*IAN MACPHERSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Sydney, N. S., Sept. 1, 1910. U. N. B. 1932; p. Berwick, N. S.; 
Chipman. d. Chipman, May 15, 1937. 

WINTHROP MELVIN MAGER. 2. B.D. 
b. Taunton, Mass., Dec. 3, 1908. Br. U. 1933; ord. (Cong.) Wake- 
field, N. H., Sept. 22, 1935; p. Union, N. H., Nov. 1934- Apr. 1937; 
Wakefield, Nov. 1934- Aug. 1938; Tombstone, Ariz., Sept. 1938-Aug. 
1941; Un. ch., Hurley, N. Mex., Sept. 1941—; ad. Box 1326, Hurley, 
N. Mex. 

t AARON NATHANIEL MECKEL. 2. B.D. 

b. Luverne, Minn., June 16, 1904. Macalester C. 1931; grad. stud., 
1931-32; Seabury Divinity Sch., 1932-33; ord. (Cong.) Newmarket, 
N. H., Feb. 16, 1936; p. Com. ch., Newmarket, 1933-36; Faneuil ch., 
Brighton, Mass., 1936-41; Braintree, 1941—; ad. 84 Hollis Ave., 
Braintree, Mass. 

CARROL OSCAR MORONG. 3. B.D. 

b. Rowley, Mass., June 4, 1907. Am. U. ; George Washington U. ; 
Nat. Bible Inst., New York, N. Y., 1924-28; S. B. T. S., 1 yr.; ord. 
St. Petersburg, Fla., Aug. 27, 1927; org. and p. 1st ch., Grantwood, 



Students — 1935 299 

N. J., 1927-28; p. St. Matthews ch., Louisville, Ky., 1928-29; stud. p. 
Fed. ch., Southville, Mass., 1932-1933; Warren Ave. ch., Brockton, 
1933-1935; 1st ch., Waltham, 1935-Sept. 1941; p. 1st ch., Peoria, 111., 
Sept. 1941—; ad. 603 N. Sheridan Rd., Peoria, 111. Th.D., Bost. U. 
1943. 

PRENTISS LOVELL PEMBERTON. 3. B.D. 
b. Yates Centre, Kan., Feb. 16, 1909. Ott. U. 1932; ord. Fredonia, 
Kan., 1930; p. Rantoul and Buch City, Kan., 1930-32; asst. p. Lex- 
ington, Mass., 1932-34; p. Southville, Apr. 1934- June 1936; p. Grace 
ch., Somerville, June 1936- Aug. 1940; head of dept. of Rel., Sioux 
Falls C, Sept. 1940-43; stud, work, 1943—; ad. 335 Harvard St., 
Cambridge, Mass. 

fLEVERING REYNOLDS. 4. B.D. 

b. South Boston, Mass., May 27, 1908. H. U. 1931; ord. (Cong.) 
Franconia, N. H., Aug. 31, 1934; p. Franconia, Aug. 1934-Nov. 1935; 
Monadnock ch., Colebrook, Nov. 1935-Sept. 1939; East Jaffrey, Sept. 
1939—; ad. Main St., East Jaffrey, N. H. 

WINTHROP HORTON RICHARDSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Providence, R. I., Dec. 8, 1907. Br. U. 1929; ord. (Cong.) Dracut, 
Mass., June 10, 1935; p. 1st ch., Dracut, Sept. 1934-June 1936; Ward 
Hill ch., Haverhill, June 1936-Sept. 1940; tea. Bible, Abbot A. 1936- 
40; Winslow ch., Taunton, Sept. 1940 — ; ad. 16 Couch St., Taunton. 

fARTHUR JOSEPH SNOW. 3. B.D. 

b. Hopkinton, Mass., Nov. 20, 1907. Bost. U. 1931; ord. (Cong.) 
Kingston, N. H., May 31, 1935; p. Kingston, Oct. 1933-Nov. 1937; 
Somersworth, Nov. 1937 — ; ad. 9 Highland St., Somersworth, N. H. 

PAUL ROBERT WALKER. 3. B.D. 

6. Mason City, Nebr., Nov. 26, 1910. U. Nebr. 1932; ord. (Cong.) 
Charlton, Mass., July 12, 1935; p. Fed. ch., Charlton, July 1935-Sept. 
1936; Fed. ch., Hudson, Sept. 1936-Apr. 1941; Highland ch., Lowell, 
Apr. 1941-42; chapl. U. S. Army. M.A., Clark U. 1936. 

EMERY LINCOLN WALLACE. 3. B.D. 
b. Upper Rawdon, N. S., Feb. 14, 1929; Gor. C. 1929 (N. T. I. 1929- 
30; 1933-35; grad. stud., 1936-37); ord. Lexington, Mass., Oct. 3, 
1930; p. Farmington, N. H., 1930-35; Auburndale ch., Springfield, 
Mass., Sept. 1935 — ; ad. 143 Carver St., Springfield. 

CLARENCE ARTHUR WOOD. 3. B.D. 
b. Rochester, N. Y., May 1, 1908. U. R. 1935; ord. Meredith, N. H., 
May 28, 1936; p. 1st ch., Meredith, Feb. 1936-40; 1st ch., Newburgh, 
N. Y., Nov. 1940-43; Bapt. chs., Fort Edward, 1943—; ad. 58 Broad- 
way, Fort Edward, N. Y. 
fLLOYD RITTER YEAGLE. 2. B.D. 

b. Cleveland, O., Aug. 24, 1909. Western Reserve U. 1932 ; Chic. T. S. 
1932-33; ord. (Cong.) Cleveland, O., June 18, 1935; p. Hill, N. H., 
June 1935-June 1936; Hancock, June 1936-Sept. 1941; Epping, Sept. 
1941 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

GLADYS ELIZABETH (DOUGHTY) YORK. 3. B.D. 
b. Fall River, Mass., May 30, 1911; Tu. C. 1932; ord. North Yar- 
mouth, Me., Dec. 4, 1935; p. North Yarmouth, Oct. 1935 — ; mar. 
N. Yarmouth, June 18, 1939, Neal Farwell York; ad. R. F. D. 2, 
Cumberland Centre, Me. 



Edward Gordon Alexander. 1. 
b. Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 28, 1902. Colg. U.; Temple U.; U. S. 
Army, 1918-21; Temple U., Theol. dept., 1934-36; C. T. S. 1936-37; 



300 Students — 1935 

1941-42; ord. Philadelphia, Pa., Nov. 5, 1936; p. 34th St., Bapt. ch., 
Philadelphia, Nov. 1936 — ; ad. 3419 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia. 

Edward Banholzer. 1. 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 5, 1910. Temple U. 1939; C. T. S. 1936; 
not ord. ; engineer-design, N. Y. Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N. J. ; ad. 
Somers Point, N. J. 
fKenneth William Berry. 3. 

b. Richmond, Vt., Sept. 28, 1901. Bentley Sch.; ord. (Cong.) Rich- 
mond, Vt., June 11, 1935; p. Sharon, 1935—; ad. Sharon, Vt. 
fFrederick Vickery Loud. 1.5. 

b. Lawton, Okla., Mar. 29, 1909. H. U. 1929; not ord.) in bus.; ad. 
1426 21st St., N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Chit Maung. 1. 
b. Okkau, Burma, Apr. 1, 1905. Judson C. 1927; Univ. C, Rangoon, 
1929 ; tea. ; ad. Seminary Hill, Insein, Burma. 

Harold Osman McNeil. 1.5. 
b. Washington, D. C, Dec. 12, 1907. George Washington U. 1932; 
C. R. D. S. 1935; ord. Calvary ch., Washington, D. C, Dec. 27, 1934; 
p. Rockville Centre, N. Y., May 1936—; ad. 76 South Village Ave., 
Rockville Centre, N. Y. 
f Harold Paul Rekstad. 1. 

b. Eau Claire, Wise, Apr. 27, 1909. St. Olof C. 1931; ord. (Cong.) 
Ivasburg, Vt., Oct. 17, 1934; p. Fed ch., Ivasburg, 1933-36; Cong, ch., 
Huntley, 111., 1936-38; New London, 1938—; ad. 527 Nassau St., New 
London, Wise. 

Bernard James Rockwood. 1.5. 
b. Upland, Pa., Nov. 6, 1909. U. Redlands, 1932; not ord. ; supervisor 
and instr. of music, Haverhill, Mass., Jan. 1935- June 1937; Hamet, 
Calif., Sept. 1937- June 1940; Newport Beach, 1940—; ad. 11139 
Cedar Ave., Inglewood, Calif. 

Philip Stanley Sanderson. 3. 
b. Wakefield, Mass., July 30, 1908. Bost. U. 1931; ord. Strafford, 
N. H., Nov. 8, 1935; p. Strafford, 1935-39; Westwood, Mass., 1939—; 
ad. Westwood, Mass. 

George Churchill Whitney. 1. 
b. Lawrence, Mass., Nov. 27, 1910; Bost. U. 1932; newspaper re- 
porter, photographer, Greenfield Recorder-Gazette, Greenfield, Mass.; 
U. S. Army, 1st lieut., Aug. 1941 — ; ad. Co. A, 15th Training Bat- 
talion, Camp Wheeler, Ga. 

1936 

fSTANLEY EARL ANDERSON. 3. B.D. 

o. Roxbury, Mass., Mar. 20, 1901. Bost. U. 1930; ord. (Cong.) Eliot 
ch., Roxbury, Mass., May 21, 1936 ; p. Community ch., Hudson, N. H., 
Mar. 1936-Sept. 1940; 1st ch., Danvers, Mass., Sept. 1940—; ad. 199 
Hobart St., Danvers, Mass. 

FREDERICK ATKINSON BARNHILL. 2. B.D. 
b. Los Angeles, Calif., Nov. 20, 1907. Occidental C. 1934; San Fran- 
cisco T. S. 1931-32; ord. Melvin Village, N. H., May 15, 1936; Com- 
munity Bapt. ch., Melvin Village, 1936-38 ; Pilgrim Cong, ch., Hemet, 
Calif., Dec. 1939- July 1941; 1st ch., Brea, Calif., July 1941—; chapl. 
U. S. Army. 

fWILLARD ALEXANDER BICKET. 3. B.D. 

b. Weiser, Idaho, Nov. 14, 1911. Tarkio C. 1933; ord. Hooksett, 



Students — 1936 301 

N. H., Sept. 20, 1936; p. Hooksett, July 1934- Jan. 1939; Oxford 
County Un. Parish, Jan. 1939 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

fPERRY MAGNUS BLANKENSHIP. 3. B.D. 

b. Martinsville, Ind., July 28, 1910. Indiana U. 1933 ; ord. (Disciples 
of Christ) Bloomington, Ind., June 11, 1933; p. Chatham, N. H., sum., 
1934; Christian ch., Tazewell, Va., sum., 1935, July 1936-Aug. 1937; 
Chester, N. H., Oct. 1937-Feb. 1941; South ch., Peabody, Mass., Feb. 
1941 — ; ad. 20 Chestnut St., Peabody, Mass. 

CLAUDE BOND. 4. B.D. 
b. Toccoa, Ga., Nov. 13, 1909. U. Ga. 1931; ord. Sugar Hill, N. H., 
July 1936; p. Sugar Hill, July 1936-May 1937; Phenix City, Ala., 
June 1937- Aug. 1938; Nantucket, Mass., Nov. 1938 — ; author, Poems, 
1932; ad. 11 West Chester St., Nantucket, Mass. 

fMARVIN DARLO BROWN. 3. B.D. 

b. Rock Creek, Ga., June 12, 1912. Washburn C. 1933; ord. (Cong.) 
Pilgrim ch., Leominster, Mass., June 26, 1936; asst. p. Pilgrim ch., 
Leominster, June 1936-May 1937; p. Community ch., Garden City, 
Kans., June 1937- July 1940; chapl. U. S. A., July 1940—; ad. 4th 
Div. Artillery, Camp Gordon, Ga. 

FLOYD HENRY BUCKLAND. 4. B.D. 
b. Mt. Vernon, O., June 4, 1906. O. State U. 1932; ord. Columbus, 
0., Sept. 2, 1936; p. Fifth St. ch., Lowell, Mass., June 1936-Nov. 
1937; Fed. ch., Fletcher, O., Dec. 1937- Aug. 1938; Un. ch., Garretts- 
ville, Oct. 1938—; ad. Garrettsville, O. 

fWARREN CAMERON CAMPBELL. 1. B.D. 

b. Berlin, N. H., Sept. 8, 1901. Ba. C. 1921; Bost. U. 1923-24; ord. 
(Cong.) Forestdale Com. ch., Maiden, Mass., Nov. 23, 1936; p. Forest- 
dale Com. ch., Maiden, Nov. 1936-Mar. 1937; 1st Cong, ch., Dudley, 
Mar. 1937—; ad. Main St., Dudley, Mass. 

HERBERT McKENSIE COOK. 3. B.D. 
b. Ellwood, la., July 2, 1909. U. So. Calif. 1933 ; in bus., Los Angeles, 
Calif., San Bernardino ; ad. 998 21st St., San Bernardino, Calif. 

f ARTHUR COULTHARD. 2. B.D. 

b. Lancaster, Eng., Oct. 8, 1902. Cy. C. 1934; ord. (Cong.) Paxton, 
Mass., Sept. 21, 1935; p. Paxton, 1934-37; New C, Edinburgh, 1937- 
38 ; p. Androssan, Ayrshire, Scot., Nov. 1938- 1 ; chapl. 

JEAN JOSLYN (McDUFFEE) DAVIDSON. 4. B.D. 

b. Chicago, 111., May 6, 1906. Mt. Holyoke C. 1927; U. Wise, M.A., 

1928 (N. T. I. Jan.-June 1932; Sept. 1932- Jan. 1933; 1933-36) ; mar. 

Harre B. Davidson ; ad. 814 William St., River Forest, 111. 
GEORGE DICK. 3. B.D. 

b. Buffalo, N. Y., Feb. 9, 1907. S. B. T. S. 1928-29; F. C. 1933; ord. 

East Providence, June 1936; p. East Providence, 1936-43; South 

Bend, Ind., June 1943—; ad. South Bend, Ind. 

DALE DEFOE DUTTON. 1. B.D. 
b. Dayton, 0., Mar. 22, 1901. Wilmington C. 1929; Bonebrake T. S. 
1925; ord. Germantown, O., Aug. 1925; p. Columbus Ave. ch., Spring- 
field, Sept. 1925-Sept. 1929; Miamisburg, 1927-29; assoc. p. 1st ch., 
Dayton, Sept. 1929-Sept. 1930; p. High St. ch., Akron, Sept. 1930- 
Feb. 1935; 1st ch., New Bedford, Mass., 1936-40; Central ch., Provi- 
dence, R. I., 1940 — ; ad. Providence, R. I. 

fROBERT LEE DUTTON. 3. B.D. 

b. Putnam, Conn., Mar. 29, 1909. H. U. 1930; ord. (Cong.) Holden, 
Mass., Dec. 9, 1936; p. Holden, 1936—; ad. Salisbury St., Holden. 



302 Students — 1936 

CHARLES W. HARMON. 3. B.D. 
b. near Somerset, Ky., Jan. 31, 1909. U. Cin. 1933; ord. Ninth St. 
Bapt. ch., Cincinnati, 0., Oct. 16, 1936; p. South Ridge Bapt. ch., 
Conneaut, 0., Sept. 1936-Nov. 1939; Green Camp, Dec. 1939—; ad. 
Green Camp, 0. 

EARLE CHARLES HOCHWALD. 3. B.D. 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., Aug. 19, 1911. Br. U. 1933 ; ord. Newton, Mass., 
Apr. 23, 1936; p. Immanuel ch., Newton, May 1936-Oct. 1937; Com- 
munity Bapt ch., Melvin Village, N. H., Sept. 1938-Sept. 1941; 2nd 
Cong, ch., Conway, N. H., Sept. 1941 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

HARVEY WRIGHT HOLLIS. 3. B.D. 
b. Maude, Okla., Apr. 16, 1908. W. J. C. 1932; grad. stud., U. Mo. 
1932-33; ord. Waverly, Mo., Feb. 14, 1932; p. Waverly, Feb. 1932- 
June 1933; y. p. dir., Cong, ch., Wellesley Hills, Mass., Sept. 1933- 
June 1935; 1st Bapt. ch., Chelsea, Oct. 1935 — ; ad. 27 Bellingham St., 
Chelsea, Mass. 

OTTO KARL AUGUST JONAS. 3. B.D. 
b. South Beloit, 111., Apr. 14, 1910. Bel. C. 1933; Chic. T. S., 2 
terms, 1933; ord. (Cong.) Hope ch., Springfield, Mass., June 4, 1936; 
assoc. p. Hope ch., Springfield, Jan. 1936-Aug. 1939 ; p. Sharon, Sept. 
1939—; chapl. U. S. Army. 

HARRY EMERSON KEMP. 3. B.D. 
b. East Otisfield, Me., Dec. 13, 1910. Ba. C. 1933; ord. Chocorua, 
N. H., July 17, 1936; p. Chocorua, July 1936- Apr. 1941; East Roches- 
ter, Apr. 1941-43; Etna, 1943—; ad. Etna, N. H. 

fGORDON LLOYD KING. 3. B.D. 

b. Seattle, Wash., Aug. 19, 1901. Carleton C. 1935; ord. (Cong.) 
Isabel, S. Dak., May 20, 1931 ; p. Isabel and Firesteel, Jan. 1930-Sept. 
1931 ; Roberts, Wise, Sept. 1931- June 1933 ; North Leominster, Mass., 
Oct. 1933-Nov. 1935; Duxbury, Dec. 1935—; chapl. U. S. Army. 

fWINSTON LEE KING. 3. B.D. 

b. Avilla, Ind., Aug. 30, 1907. Asbury C. 1929 ; tea. Lydia Patterson 
Inst., El Paso, Tex., Sept. 1929-May 1930; ord. (Meth.) Springfield, 
Vt., May 26, 1935; Un. ch., Irasburg, June 1930-Sept. 1933; p. Beech- 
wood Cong, ch., Cohasset, Mass., Oct. 1933-Oct. 1937 ; West ch., Taun- 
ton, Mass., Oct. 1937- Aug. 1940; Lebanon, N. H., Aug. 1940—; ad. 
28 Parkhurst St., Lebanon, N. H. S.T.M., H. U. 1938; Ph.D., 1940. 

JOHN HENRY KNIGHT. 3. B.D. 

b. Middleton, Mass., Apr. 2, 1907. Gor. C, Th.B., 1930; Mercer U. 
1931; ord. Lynn, Mass., Apr. 24, 1930; prin., Consolidated sch., 
Woolsey, Ga., 1931-33; p. Evangelical Cong, ch., Middleton, Mass., 
1933-36; Un. Cong.-Christian ch., LaGrange, Ga., 1936-1938; 1st 
Cong, ch., Norfolk, Va., 1938-42; prof. Ch. Hist., Norfolk Sch. of 
the Bible, 1939-42; p. 1st Presbyterian ch., Lynnhaven, 1942 — ; ad. 
Lynnhaven, Va. 

JEAN VALET MAIRESSE, formerly JEAN VALET. 4. B.D. 

b. Marcinelle, Belgium, Jan. 24, 1909. Ott. U. 1931 (N. T. I. 1931- 
34) ; not ord.; p. 2nd Bapt. ch., Waterville, Me., May 1935-June 1938; 
asst. dept. French, U. of Calif., June 1938—; ad. 1110 Milton Ave., 
Berkeley, Calif. 

IRA JAY MARTIN, III. 3. B.D. 

b. Pawtucket, R. I., Sept. 2, 1911. Br. U. 1933; ord. Littleton, Mass., 
Jan. 29, 1937; p. Littleton, Nov. 1936- Apr. 1941; Athol, Apr. 1941—; 
ad. 5 Greenwood Terrace, Athol, Mass. Th.D., Bost. U. 1942. 



Students — 1936 303 

fEUGENE BARROWS McALISTER. 3. B.D. 

b. Brunswick, Me. Oct. 19, 1911. Ba. C. 1933; ord. (Cong.) Lakota, 
N. Dak., Oct. 24, 1937; p. Lakota and Crary, June 1937-May 1941; p. 
Mavville and Hillsboro, N. Dak., June 1941-42; chapl. U. S. Army. 
S.f .M., A. T. S. 1937. 

fFRANK BRECKINRIDGE McDUFFEE. 4.5. B.D. 

b. Windham, Conn., July 20, 1904. H. U. 1926; ord. (Cong.) 1936; 
p. Darien, Conn., 1936-37; tea. Riverdale Country Sch., Riverdale-on- 
Hudson, New York, N. Y., 1937-42; p. Winthrop, 1942—; ad. Win- 
throp, N. Y. 

JEAN JOSLYN McDUFFEE, see JEAN JOSLYN (McDUFFEE) 
DAVIDSON. 

WILLIAM DAVID POWELL. 3. B.D. 
b. Pittsburgh, Pa., Aug. 11, 1907. D. U. 1933; ord. (Cong.) Church 
of the Redeemer, New Haven, Conn., Dec. 14, 1939; grad. stud., 
N. T. I. 1936-37; Y. D. S. 1937-40; exec, sec, Council of Churches, 
New Haven, Conn., Sept. 1937-June 1940 ; exec, sec, Ramsey County 
Sunday School Assoc, St. Paul, Minn., 1940—; ad. 859 S. Cleveland 
Ave., St. Paul, Minn. 

HAMPTON EUGENE PRICE. 3. B.D. 
b. Blythewood, S. C, June 9, 1904. Fur. U. 1924; ord. Hill Mem. 
ch., Allston, Mass., Dec. 6, 1936; p. Hill Mem. ch., Sept. 1936-Jan. 
1941; Fed. ch., Ashland, Jan. 1941 — ; ad. Ashland, Mass. 

DONALD HOSEA RHODES. 3. B.D. 
b. Lee, Me., Apr. 6, 1909. Cy. C. 1933 ; instr. in Psych., Colby Junior 
C, New London, N. H., Sept. 1936- June 1937; ord. (Cong.) Durham, 
Conn., May 17, 1938; p. Durham, May 1938-July 1941; Cong, ch., 
Mansfield Centre and Spring Hill Bapt. ch., Mansfield, July 1941 — ; 
grad. stud., Y. D. S. ; ad. Mansfield Centre, Conn. 

LAWRENCE NEWTON SELFRIDGE. 3.5. B.D. 
b. Somerville, Mass., Feb. 1, 1910. Northeastern U. 1932; ord. South 
Medford, Mass., June 26, 1936; p. Fed. ch., Lisbon, Me., July 1936- 
Nov. 1941; 1st ch., Springvale, Me., Nov. 1941—; ad. 112 Main St., 
Springvale, Me. 

JEANIE KELSO SHERMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 28, 1909. Gor. C. 1933; ord. Broadway 
ch., Cambridge, June 21, 1936 ; p. Golden Hills Un. ch., Melrose, Mass., 
Oct. 1935-Feb. 1942; Bay Road Chapel, Revere, Nov. 1939-Feb. 1942; 
Addison and Pantom, Vt., Feb. 1942 — ; ad. Addison, Vt. 

WILLARD STEVENSON SMITH. 4. B.D. 

b. Ipswich, Mass., Oct. 9, 1898. U. S. Army, 1916-18; Mass. State C. 
1922; ord. Holden, Mass., June 24, 1936; p. East Jaffrey, N. H., June 
1936—; ad. East Jaffrey, N. H. 

RUTH VIRGINIA THURMOND. 3. B.D. 
b. Oak Hill, W. Va., Mar. 14, 1912. D. U. 1933; miss., Ongole, South 
India; ad. American Bapt. Mission, Ongole, Guntur Dist., South 
India. 

RALPH EVERETT TUPPER. 2. B.D. 
b. Methuen, Mass., Aug. 30, 1909. D. U. 1933. ord. South ch., 
Worcester, Mass., Nov. 22, 1936; p. South ch., Worcester, 1936-42; 
chapl. U. S. Navy. 

JEAN VALET, see JEAN VALET MAIRESSE. 



304 Students — 1936 

THEODORE HERMANN VON KAMECKE. B.D. 

See class of 1933. 

EHRENFRIED WESKI. 3. B.D. 

o. Emmasti, Estonia, Dec. 10, 1908. Estonian Bapt. T. S. 1929 
(N. T. I. 1931-33; 1935-36); U. T. S., grad. stud., 1936-38; ord.— ] 
ed. Meie Tee, New York, N. Y. ; Burlington, Rio Grande, and Murray, 
Utah; ad. 120 East 48th South, Murray, Utah. S.T.M., N. T. 1. 1937. 

SIMEON BANKOLE WRIGHT. 3. B.D. 
b. Sierra Leone, West Africa, Feb. 3, 1905. Gor. C. 1932; Hampton 
Inst. 1932-33. Present ad. unknown. 



f*John Robert Bartlett. 1. 

b. Revere, Mass., May 16, 1908. U. Me, 1934 (A. T. S. 1934-35). 
d. Stonington, Me., May 22 ,1937. 
f*Robert Hoffman Blodgett. 1. 

b. Reading, Mass., Nov. 3, 1904. U. V. M. 1927; ord. (Cong.) Frank- 
lin, Vt., Oct. 24, 1934; p. Franklin, 1934-37; Tunbridge, 1940-41. d. 
Burlington, Apr. 10, 1942. 

Kenneth George Campbell. 1. 
b. Boston, Mass., May 8, 1906. Bentley Sch. of Accounting, 1928; 
ad. Lexington, Mass. 

Earl Damon Greenlaw. 3.5. 
b. Oceanville, Me., Sept. 20, 1909. B. C. 1932; Epis. T. S., Sept.- 
Dec. 1934; B. T. S.; ord. (Cong.) Canterbury, N. H., Nov. 17, 1939; 
Canterbury, 1939 — ; ad. Canterbury, N. H. 

Myron John Herte 1 .. 3. 
b. Rockaway Beach, N. Y. ? May 15, 1909. Mar. C. 1933; ord.; p. 1st 
Mariners' ch., 19^6-41; Seamen's Church Institute, Newport, R. I.; 
ad. 32 Grinnell St., Jamestown, R. I. 

Kenneth DeWitt Paul. 1.5. 
b. Presque Isle, Me., Feb. 2, 1906. Bost. U. 1930; in bus., Portland; 
ad. 274 Park Ave., Portland, Me. 

Oswald Herdman Rankin. 0.5. 
b. Bristol, Eng., Feb. 9, 1883. B. T. S. 1915; Cy. C. 1917: ord. 
Bangor, Me., June 1915; p. Raymond and East Raymond, 1917-19; 
Broadway ch., Pawtucket, R. I., 1919-22; Chester, Vt., 1922-24; Cong, 
ch., Oxford, 1938—; ad. Oxford, Me. 

Leon Roscoe Searles. 1. 
b. Hector, N. Y., Dec. 31, 1905. N. B. T. S. 1931; not ord.) in bus., 
1934—; ad. 124 Huntington Ave., Boston, Mass. A.M., Bost U. 1935. 

Horace Melvin Taylor. 1. 
b. Caribou, Me., May 25, 1908. Gor. C. 1932; p. Waldoboro, Me., 
1934-37; Beans Corner, Chesterville and North Chesterville, 1937- 
40(f); ad. South Paris, Me. 

Ansel Scott Wood. 1.5. 
b. East Smithfield, Pa., Jan. 16, 1912. Pa. State C. 1933; Rural Re- 
habilitation Agent, Harrington and Co. (Dairy) ; asst. County Agric. 
Agent, Pa.; U. S. Army, Apr. 1941—; ad. Milan, Pa., R. F. D. 1. 

1937 

fROWLAND CHRISLER ADAMS. 3. B.D. 

b. Corydon, Ind., July 15, 1912. Ind. U. 1934; ord. (Disciples of 
Christ) Corydon, Aug. 5, 1935; p. Cong, ch., South Natick, Mass., Feb. 
1935- Jan. 1937; New Castle, N. H., Jan. 1937- Aug. 1939; Winthrop, 
Mass., Aug. 1939- Apr. 1940; Lisbon, N. H., Apr. 1940- July 1941; 



Students — 1937 305 

chapl. U. S. Army, July 1941—; ad. Hdq. 16th Med. Regt., Fort 
Devens, Mass. 

FRANKLIN ABRAM BOWER. 4. B.D. 

b. Philipsburg, Pa., Aug. 18, 1910. Bu. U. 1933; ord. Newton Centre, 
Mass., Feb. 18, 1938 ; min. rel. educ., Cong, ch., Scarsdale, N. Y., Sept. 
1937-Nov. 1941; p. 1st ch., Madison, Conn., Nov. 1941—; ad. Wall St., 
Madison, Conn. 

fRICHARD BARNARD CARLETON. 2. B.D. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 13, 1912. H. U. 1934; H. U. D. S. 1934- 
35; ord. (Cong.) Shrewsbury, Mass., Oct. 20, 1937; p. Croydon, N. H., 
?-Mar. 1937; Norton, Mass., Mar. 13, 1937—; ad. Mansfield Ave., 
Norton, Mass. 

JAMES OPIE ESKRIDGE. 3. B.D. 
b. Cleveland, Ark., Jan. 11, 1911. Ouachita C. 1931; Texas U. 1931- 
32; ord. Hot Springs, Ark., Feb. 16, 1933; p. Danville, 1933-34; Cong, 
and Bapt. ch., Edgartown, Mass., 1937 — ; ad. Edgartown, Mass. 

HELEN ELIZABETH (LEAVITT) FISHER. 2. B.D. 

b. Haverhill, Mass., Mar. 26, 1910. Eastman Sch. of Music, M.M., 
1933; C. R. D. S.; grad. stud., N. T. I. 1937-38; mar. Newton Centre, 
Mass., June 9, 1938 ; Ernest Brayton Fisher, class of 1938 ; ad. Shef- 
field, 111. 

GORDON CROWNOVER GOODIER. 3. B.D. 
b. Dardanelle, Ark., Aug. 25, 1909. ord. Dardanelle, Jan. 23, 1931; 
Bay. U. 1932; p. Eureka Springs, Ark., 1937-39; St. Louis, Mo., 
1939—; ad. 3852 Russell St., St. Louis, Mo. 

tPHILIP HENRY HAVENER. 3. B.D. 

b. Waltham, Mass., Feb. 20, 1912. Hartwick C. 1933 (A. T. S. 1933- 
34; 1935-37) ; ord. (Cong.) Loudon, N. H., Sept. 17, 1937; p. Loudon, 
1937-Oct. 1939; Danbury and Grafton Center, N. H., Oct. 1939-43; 
West Brattleboro, Vt., 1943—; ad. 198 Western Ave., West Brattle- 
boro, Vt. 

GEORGE DENNIS SALE KELSEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Columbus, Ga., July 24, 1910. Morehouse C. 1934; Y. D. S. 1937- 
38; ord. Providence ch., Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 24, 1938; tea. Morehouse 
C. 1938 — ; ad. Morehouse C, Atlanta, Ga. 

HELEN ELIZABETH LEAVITT, see HELEN ELIZABETH 
(LEAVITT) FISHER. 

tJOHN ALEXANDER MARTIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Nov. 19, 1911. Tu. C. 1934; Bost. U. 1940-41; ord. 
(Cong.) Paxton, Mass., Julv 1, 1937; p. Paxton, July 1937-Dec. 1939; 
West Boylston, Dec. 1939—; chapl. U. S. Army. 

DAVID NIELSEN. 3. B.D. 
b. Elkhorn, la., Nov. 10, 1908. Macalester C. 1933; p. 1st ch., Fram- 
ingham, Mass., 1936-39; Spring Valley, Minn., 1939-42; Salem, Ore., 
1942; ad. 715 North Capital St., Salem, Ore. 

richard Mclaughlin owens. 3. b.d. 

b. Vernon Hill, Va., Oct. 4, 1907. Va. Theol. Sem. and C. 1931; ord. 
Jerusalem ch., Roanoke, Va., 1927; p. Cloverdale ch., Roanoke; Mt. 
Zion ch., Ramplin; Reed St. ch., Vinton; Peoples ch., Boston, Mass., 
1935 — ; ad. 60 Harold St., Roxbury, Mass. 

ALBERT RICHARD PHILLIPS. 3. B.D. 
b. Medford, Mass., June 24, 1912; H. U. 1934; ord. South Medford, 
June 24, 1937; p. 1st ch., Manchester Center, Vt., July 1937-Nov. 



306 Students — 1937 

1941; Prospect Park ch., Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 1941—; ad. 539 East 
4th St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

DON FRANKLIN PIELSTICK. 3. B.D. 
b. Loup City, Nebr., Nov. 15, 1907. W. J. C. 1934; ord. Emmanuel 
ch., Lowell, Mass., June 13, 1937; Conv. p., Tri-state area, Utah, 
Idaho, Montana, July 1937- Jan. 1939 ; p. Fargo, N. Dak., Feb. 1939- 
42; field rep. Home Missions Council of North America, 1942 — ; ad. 
203 N. Wabash Ave., Chicago, 111. 

JOSEPH ARTHUR RABUN. 4. B.D. 
b. Albany, Ga., Oct. 5, 1907. U. Redlands 1933; p. Montezuma, Ga.; 
chapl. U. S. Navy. 

fWILLIAM FRED ROGERS. 3. B.D. 

b. Custer, Wash., Sept. 27, 1909. Hills. C. 1934; ord. (Cong.) Hyde 
Park, Vt., Oct. 15, 1937; p. Hyde Park, 1937—; ad Hyde Park, Vt. 

JOHN HENRY SHANLEY. 3. B.D. 
b. Revere, Pa., Nov. 19, 1909. D. U. 1934; ord. Martin's Ferry, O., 
June 16, 1937; p. Summit-Foster Center-Mt. Vernon Parish, R. I., 
June 1937- Jan. 1940; Plymouth, Mass., Feb. 1939-Mar. 1943; 
Choshocton, O., Apr. 1943 — ; ad. Choshocton, O. 

RAYMOND FRANCIS SMITH. 3. B.D. 

b. Needham, Mass., Mar. 20, 1908. Mass. State C. 1930; ord. Need- 
ham, Mass., May 28, 1937; p. Fed. ch., Franconia, N. H., Mar. 1937- 
Jan. 1941; 1st Bapt. ch., East Providence, R. I., Feb. 1941 — ; ad. 
1396 Pawtucket Ave., Rumford, R. I. 

fJOHN DANIEL STAFFELD. 4. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 21, 1905. North Central C. 1926; ord. (Cong.) 
Hingham, Mass., May 21, 1937; p. Ev. Cong, ch., Hingham, 1934-38; 
Lyndonville, Vt., 1938 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

tW ALTER MAIN STONE. 2. B.D. 

b. Bethel, Conn., Sept. 16, 1904. Gor. C, Th.B., 1928; Hart. T. S., 
B.R.E., 1932; Conn. State C. 1933; ord. Fall River, Mass., Oct. 23, 
1925; p. Cong, ch., Oakham; Huntington ch., Shelton, Conn., Nov. 
1937—; ad. Shelton, Conn. S.T.M., A. T. S. 1941. 

WILLARD STANLEY TEDFORD. B.D. 

See class of 1906. 

JOHN ANDERSON RAYMOND TINGLEY. 2. B.D. 

b. Middle Sackville, N. B., Jan. 18, 1909. Ac. U. 1930; ord. East St. 
John, N. B., Oct. 2, 1930; p. Edith Ave. ch., East St. John, July 1930- 
July 1935; Dewey St. ch., Worcester, Mass., Dec. 1935-May 1937; 
Chipman, N. B., Sept. 1937—; ad. Chipman, N. B. 

tGARDNER DINKINS UNDERHILL. 3.5. B.D. 

b. Albany, N. Y., Jan. 14, 1906. Elon C. 1929; ord. (Christian) 1st 
Christian ch., Albany, N. Y., June 16, 1929; p. Grace ch., St. Johns- 
ville, N. Y., Aug. 1929-Aug. 1931 ; Webster Com. ch., Havre de Grace, 
Md., Dec. 1931-Nov. 1933; People's Ev. Cong, ch., South Ashburn- 
ham, Mass., Nov. 1933-Feb. 1937; 1st ch., Antwerp, N. Y., Feb. 1937- 
Aug. 1939; r. The Ch. of the Good Shepherd, Forrest City, Ark., Aug. 
1939-Jan. 1941; ord. pt. Little Rock, Kans., Mar. 12, 1940; r. The 
Ch. of the Nativity, Union, S. C, Jan. 1941 — ; ad. The Episcopal 
Rectory, 13 North Mountain St., Union, S. C. 

ROBERT LATHAM WEAVER. 3. B.D. 
b. Noank, Conn., June 26, 1912; Lafayette C. 1934; ord. South ch., 
New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 8, 1937; p. South ch., New Bedford, June 



Students — 1938 307 

1937- Jan. 1941 ; Ansonia, Conn., Jan. 1941 — ; ad. 23 Mott St., Ansonia, 
Conn. 

ALBERT ROGER WILLIAMS. 3. B.D. 
b. Boston, Mass., Mar. 5, 1912. Gor. C. 1934; ord. Woburn, Mass., 
Nov. 14, 1937; p. St. John's ch., Boston, Mass., Feb. 1935-42; chapl. 
U. S. Army, Feb. 1942—; ad. Ft. Benj. Harrison, Ind. 



John Atwood Blount. 1. 

b. Florence, S. C, Feb. 1, 1910. Fur. U.; not ord.) ad. c/o Mrs. 

Abram Briggs, Landrum, S. C. 
Fred Alexander Dahir. 3. 

b. Oak Park, 111., Nov. 18, 1910. U. 111. 1934; not ord.) in bus.; ad. 

Prairie Du Sac, Wise. 
Luther Bartlette Hager. 2.5. 

b. Alexis, N. C, Nov. 2, 1907. W. F. C. 1931, grad. stud., 1932-33; 

tea.; ad. R. F. D. 1, Alexis, N. C. 
Isaac Judson Levy. 1. 

b. Sherwood, Lunenburg Co., N. S., July 15, 1907. Ac. U. 1931 ; ord. 

Wolfville, Aug. 30, 1931 ; sec. boys' work, Maritime Rel. Educ. Coun- 
cil, 1931-35 (N. T. I. 1935-36) ; p. United ch., Sussex, N. B., 1936-40; 

United ch., Charlottetown, P. E. I., 1940—; ad. 158 Fitzroy St., 

Charlottetown, P. E. I. 

1938 

HARRY WILLIAM BIRCH. 3. B.D. 
b. Pueblo, Colo., Jan. 6, 1908. U. Redlands 1935; ord. Gardner, 
Mass., Apr. 28, 1938; p. Gardner, Apr. 1938-Apr. 1942; Greenwood 
Un. ch., Wakefield, Apr. 1942—; ad. 6 Oak Ave., Wakefield, Mass. 

WALTER BISHOP. 2.5. 
b. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 6, 1903. W. J. C. 1934; ord. East Side ch., 
Topeka, Kans., 1931; p. East Side ch., Oct. 1930-Oct. 1932; 1st ch., 
Norbonne, Mo., Oct. 1932-May 1934; Bennett, Tex., June 1934- Aug. 
1934 (N. T. I. 1934-36; 1938) ; North Tewksbury, Mass., Sept. 1934- 
Sept. 1936; Calvary ch., Fargo, N. Dak., Sept. 1936-Sept. 1939; Dir. 
of Ev., A. B. H. M. S., Rocky Mt. Area, Sept. 1939—; author, Win 
All You Teach, 1941; ad. 624 McCornick Bldg., Salt Lake City, Utah. 

BETH PAGE (PENDLETON) CLARK. 3. B.D. 
b. Bradford, N. H., Apr. 15, 1914. Cy. C. 1935; Y. W. C. A. sec, 
Cy. C. 1938-39; Christ. Assoc, sec, U. Me. 1939-40; mar. Newton 
Centre, Mass., June 20, 1940, John G. Clark, class of 1938; ad. 
Acworth, Ga. 

JOHN GUILL CLARK. 3. B.D. 

b. Union Point, Ga., Nov. 18, 1912. Mercer U. 1935; ord. Gordon St. 
ch., Atlanta, Ga. ; Feb. 3, 1935; chapl. Tewksbury State Hosp. and 
Infirmary, June 1938-Nov. 1940; stud., H. U. D. S. 1939-40; p. Ac- 
worth and Taylorsville, Ga., Nov. 1940 — ; ad. Acworth, Ga. 

MERLE COLE, see MERLE (COLE) COOK. 

MERLE (COLE) COOK. 3. B.D. 
b. Rowena, N. B., Nov. 30, 1911. Cy. C. 1935; ord. Hebron, Me., Oct. 
25, 1939; p. Un. ch., West Minot, Oct. 1938—; East Hebron, Dec. 31, 
1939-41 ; ad. Calais, Me. Mar. Newton Centre, Mass., Aug. 30, 1937, 
Walter L. Cook, class of 1938. 

WALTER LEONARD COOK. 3. B.D. 
b. Somerville, Mass., June 18, 1911. Greenville C. 1934; ord. Hebron, 



308 Students — 1938 

Me., Oct. 25, 1939; p. Hebron, June 1938-42; 2d eh., Calais, 1942—; 
ad. Calais, Me. 

ERNEST BRAYTON FISHER. 3. B.D. 

b. Norwood, Mass., Apr. 29, 1913. Mass. State C. 1935; ord. Nor- 
wood, Mass., June 3, 1938; p. The Hettinger Parish (Hettinger, 
Reeder, and Haynes), N. Dak., July 1939-Aug. 1941; Un. Cong, ch., 
Buffalo, Wyo., Sept. 1941-42; Sheffield, 111., 1942—; ad. Sheffield, 111. 

URBANE LATHAM GIBSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Almond, Wise, Dec. 5, 1908. Hills. C. 1935; ord. Colchester, Vt., 
Aug. 4, 1938; p. Colchester, May 1938—; ad. Colchester, Vt. 

fFLOYD GUY KINSLEY. 3. B.D. 

b. Lowell, Vt., June 24, 1913. U. V. M. 1935; ord. (Cong.) Hampton, 
N. H., Sept. 18, 1938; p. Hampton, Sept. 1938—; ad. Hampton, N. H. 

FREDERICK ROY KNOX. 3. B.D. 

b. Haverhill, N. H., Aug. 15, 1908. Cy. C. 1932; ord. Chester, Vt., 
June 28, 1938; p. Chester, Apr. 1938—; ad. Chester, Vt. 

LEE BAKER LONG. 4. B.D. 
b. Crane, Mo., Apr. 3, 1912. W. J. C. 1934; p. Eaton, Colo., 1938—; 
ad. Eaton, Colo. 

fHORACE MARTIN McMULLEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Montreal, P. Q., Apr. 15, 1913. Corn. U. 1930-32; U. V. M. 1935; 
ord. Conimicut, R. I., June 9, 1938; p. Woodbury Un. ch., Conimicut, 
R. I., Jan. 1938-Dec. 1940; Edgewood Cong, ch., Cranston, Jan. 
1941—; rel. dir., Station WPRO, Providence, R. I., Nov. 1940—; ad. 
78 Westwood Ave., Cranston, R. I. 

fROBERT CECIL MILDRAM. 3. B.D. 

b. Burlington, Vt., July 31, 1913. U. V. M. 1935; ord. (Cong.) Nor- 
wood, Mass., Nov. 16, 1938; dir. of rel. educ. 1st ch., Norwood, Feb. 
1938-Sept. 1940; asst. supt. Welcome Hall, New Haven, Conn., Sept. 
1940-42; tea. Mount Hermon Sch., 1942—; grad. stud., Y. D. S. 
1940 — ; ad. Mt. Hermon Sch., Northfield, Mass. 

fWILLIAM IRVING MONROE. 3. B.D. 

b. Brighton, Mass., Nov. 21, 1908. Y. U. 1931; ord. (Cong.) George- 
town, Mass., June 5, 1938; p. Georgetown, 1937- Apr. 1939; Mystic 
Side ch., Everett, Apr. 1939-43; Brighton, 1943—; ad. 183 Foster St., 
Brighton, Mass. 

ROY MESSER PEARSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Somerville, Mass., Mar. 10, 1914; H. U. 1935; ord. (Cong.) Swan- 
zey, N. H., Oct. 9, 1938; p. 1st ch., Swanzey, Sept. 1938-May 1940; 
Amherst, Mass., May 1940 — ; ad. 17 Seelye St., Amherst, Mass. 

BETH PAGE PENDLETON, see BETH PAGE (PENDLETON) 
CLARK. 

tRICHARD DONALD PIERCE. 3. B.D. 

b. Manchester, N. H., Feb. 25, 1915. U. N. H. 1935; ord. (Cong.) 
Temple, Me., Aug. 19, 1939 ; stud., Simmons C, 1938-40 ; grad. stud., . 
Bost. U. 1941 — ; s. s. Cong, and Free Bapt. chs., Temple, Me., July 
1937-May 1940, occ. s. 1940—; asst. lib., A. N. T. S. 1938-40; assoc. 
lib., 1940 — ; curator of the museum, 1937 — ; author, Historical 
Sketch of the Congregational Church in Goffstown, N. H., 1941; ad. 
154 Institution Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. Cert, in Lib. Science, 
Simmons C. 1940. 

JAMES CARSON PRITCHARD. 3. B.D. 
b. Carrollton, Ga., July 2, 1911. Bowdon C. (Ga.) 1931; ord. North 



Students — 1938 309 

Scituate, R. I., June 10, 1938; p. North Scituate, Dec. 1937-May 1941; 
Heflin, Ala., May 1941 — ; ad. Heflin, Ala. 

WILLIAM JOSEPH BOBBINS. 2. B.D. 

b. Somerville, Mass., Aug. 31, 1913. H. U. 1935; ord. Grace ch., 
Somerville, Mass., May 18, 1938; H. U. D. S. 1936-37 (N. T. I. 1935- 
36; 1937-38) ; assoc. p., Grace ch., Somerville, Apr. 1938- Apr. 1939; 
act. p. Sept.-Oct. 1940; grad. stud., H. U. 1938-40; grad. asst., Br. U. 
1940-41; grad. instr., Br. U. 1941-42; chapl., 1st lieut., U. S. Army, 
May 1942—. Ph.D., H. U. 1940. 

CLAUDE EUGENE SCARBOROUGH. 3. B.D. 
b. Danielsville, Ga., Aug. 11, 1907. Mercer U. 1935; ord. Tattnall 
Sq. ch., Macon, Ga., Feb. 1934; p. Ebenezer ch., Tomsborough, Nov. 
1933-Aug. 1935; Mt. Zion ch., Junction City, Nov. 1933-Aug. 1935; 
assoc. p. Waltham, Mass., Jan. 1937- June 1938; tea. Bowman, Ga., 
Sept. 1938-Jan. 1940 ; Pendleton, S. C. and Bowman and Dow's Creek, 
Ga., Jan. 1940 — ; ad. Pendleton, S. C. 

DAVID ADDISON SHARP. 4. B.D. 
b. Liberty, Mo., July 17, 1913. W. J. C. 1933; ord. (Cong.) 1st ch., 
Los Angeles, Calif., Sept. 25, 1938; p. Los Angeles, June 1938-June 
1939; chapl. Mass. State C. Sept. 1939-Sept. 1941; chapl. U. S. Naval 
Reserve, Feb. 1942 — ; ad. U. S. S. J. Franklin Bell, c/o Postmaster, 
San Francisco, Calif. 

MILLAR AGNEW THORNTON. 3. B.D. 
b. Worcester, Mass., Aug. 24, 1910. Gor. C. 1934; p. Lamoine, Me., 
June 1938-Jan. 1942; ord. Amherst, Mass., Apr. 28, 1942; p. Amherst, 
Feb. 1942 — ; ad. Amherst, Mass. 

JAMES ALSBURY WHITMAN. 4. B.D. 

b. Maryville, Mo., Aug. 4, 1901. Grand Island C; Wayne State 
Teacher's C. 1938; ord. Horace, Nebr., Aug. 1925; p. Beatrice, Feb. 
1928-May 1934; Trinidad, Colo., May 1930- June 1933; Pilger, Nebr., 
May 1934-?; Wayne; Moscow, Ida., 1940-42; chapl. U. S. Navy, 
Apr. 1942—. 



George Curtiss Brewster. 1.5. 
b. Brockton, Mass., July 24, 1906. Gor. C. 1934; in bus.; ad. 179 St. 
Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

Ralph Wendell Burhoe. 1.5. 
b. Somerville, Mass., June 21, 1911. H. U. 1928-32; lib. Blue Hill 
Observatory, Milton, Mass. ; ad. 6 Ventura St., Dorchester, Mass. 

Lee Lafayette Burton. 2. 
b. Shawnee, Okla., Jan. 2, 1900. S. C. ; Billings Polytechnic Inst., 
1935; ord. Tonkawa, Okla., July 16, 1931; p. Freedom ch., near Ton- 
kawa, Okla., Sept. 1930-May 1932; Com. Heights ch., Granite City, 
111., Oct. 1932-June 1933; Valier, Mont., June 1937- Aug. 1939; Berke- 
ley Bapt. D. S. 1941; West Sutton and Manchaug, Mass., Oct. 1941 — ; 
ad. R. F. D. 2, Millbury, Mass. 
fSydney Smith Byrne. 1. 

b. Seattle, Wash., Jan. 11, 1910. U. Wash. 1933; Hart. T. S. 1940; 
ord. (Cong.) Westminster West, Vt., Nov. 3, 1940; p. Westminster 
West, July 1940- Jan. 1942; Pittsford, Jan. 1942—; ad. Pittsford, Vt. 
fLeslie Gray Deinstadt. 1.5. 

b. Beverly Farms, Mass., May 6, 1911. Gor. C. 1935; sec. Christian 
Endeavor, Boston ; ad. 41 Mt. Vernon St., Boston, Mass. 



310 Students — 1938 

fLaVerne Charles Erickson. 1. 

b. Jamestown, N. Y., Jan. 11, 1911. North Park C, Th.B., 1934; 
Morningside C. 1935 ; ad. 434 Grand Ave., Rochester, N. Y. 

Leonard Earl Fulbright. 2. 
b. Butler, Mo., Apr. 3, 1911. U. Redlands 1934; in bus., Boston, 
Mass.; ad 307 Washington St., Boston, Mass. 

fPleasant Virgil Harris. 1. 

b. West Manchester, 0., Jan. 5, 1893. Defiance C. 1924; ord. Mer- 

riam, 0., 1916; p. Campbellstown, 1921-22; Conneaut, 1925-28; 

Holden, Mass., 1931-36; Huntington, Ind., 1936—; ad. 349 South 

Jefferson St., Huntington, Ind. 
fRobert Lincoln Johnson. 1. 

b. Waltham, Mass., May 16, 1913. A. C. 1935 ; not ord. ; ad. 19 Irving 

St., Waltham, Mass. 
f Carlton Newbold Jones. 3. 

6. Jonestown, Pa., June 12, 1910. Gor. C; Epis. T. S. 1939-40; ord. 

pt. Jan. 29, 1941 ; min. in charge, Ch. of St. John Evangelist, Haver- 
hill, Mass., 1940-42; r. The Parish on Martha's Vineyard, Nov. 

1942 — ; ad. Vineyard Haven, Mass. 
fLawrence Albion Nyberg. 3. 

b. Dorchester, Mass., Dec. 22, 1910. Gor. C. 1934; Epis. T. S. 1939; 

ord. Cambridge, June 14, 1939; St. Mary's ch., Rockport, 1939-41; 

min. in charge, Trinity ch., Randolph and St. Andrew's chap., Mon- 

tello, 1941—; ad. 18 Norfolk Rd., Randolph, Mass. 
Alvin Duncan Rogers. 2. 

b. Everett, Mass., Feb. 2, 1912. Gor. C. 1935; ord. Lincolnville, Me., 

Nov. 13, 1940 ; p. Lincolnville, 1940-42. Present ad. unknown. 
fRalph Fremont Seaver. 1.5. 

b. Marion, Mass., Oct. 7, 1908. Bost. U., B.R.E. 1931, S.T.B. 1939; 

p. Wareham, 1934-37; p. East Weymouth, 1937-39; East Braintree, 

1939-41; Sagamore, 1941-Oct. 1942; Thompsonville, Conn., Oct. 

1942 — ; ad. Thompsonville, Conn. 
Frank Heber Sinnott. 1. 

b. Sussex, N. B., July 15, 1906. Ac. U. 1931; ord. Jemseg, N. B., 

Sept. 11, 1931; p. Jemsey, July 1931- July 1936 (N. T. I. 1936-37); 

Fairville, June 6, 1937-42; Canning, N. S., 1942—; ad. Canning, N. S. 
*David Beattie Smith. 2. 

b. Missoula, Mont., July 29, 1913. U. Mont. 1935. d. Missoula, Nov. 

22, 1940. 
Wilkin Taylor Willis, 3. 

b. Kiebo, Okla., Feb. 17, 1911. Ott. U. 1935 ; E. B. S. 1938-39 ; ad. c/o 

Rev. W. A. Petzoldt, Pryor, Mont. 

1939 

JOSEPH DAVIE BURNETT. 2. B.D. 

b. Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 13, 1912. U. Fla., 1935; ord. Tallahassee, 
Fla., June 1935; S. B. T. S. 1935-37; p. Dothan, Ala., June-Dec. 1936; 
Cong, ch., North Hampton, N. H., Sept. 1938 — ; ad. North Hampton. 

fMARSHALL OWEN ECK. 4. B.D. 

b. Spooner, Minn., Sept. 26, 1906. Carleton C. 1935. ord. (Cong.) 
Meredith, N. H., Nov. 19, 1939; p. Meredith, 1939—; ad. Meredith. 

fDEANE LLEWELLYN HODGES. 4. B.D. 

b. Winslow, Me., Feb. 9, 1913. Cy. C. 1935; ord. (Cong.) Waterford, 
Me., June 7, 1940; p. Oxford County Un. Parish, Sept. 1938- Apr. 



Students — 1939 311 

1942; Westmoreland Un. Parish, N. H., Apr. 1942—; ad. Westmore- 
land, N. H. 

fJOSEPH CANNON HUNT. 4. B.D. 

b. North Abington, Mass., Oct. 7, 1907. Gor. C. 1935; ord. Sanborn- 
ton, N. H., Nov. 26, 1939; p. Sanbornton, July 1938- July 1941; 
author, Bible Plays, 1940; ad. 179 St. Botolph St., Boston, Mass. 

HAROLD CHARLES KNIGHTON JOHNS. 3. B.D. 

b. Blaney, Mich., Aug. 4, 1913. Br. U. 1935; ord. Warwick, R. I., 
Feb. 7, 1939; p. Harrow, Ont., Feb. 1939-May 1940; Akron, N. Y., 
May 1940—; ad. 120 Main St., Akron, N. Y. 

fARTHUR WILLARD KENNAN. 3. B.D. 

b. West Somerville, Mass., Jan. 27, 1912. Gor. C. 1935; ord. (Cong.) 
North Rochester, Mass., June 4, 1941; p. Rochester-Lakeville Larger 
Parish, Apr. 1940 — ; ad. North Rochester, Mass. 

f*ERNEST WARBURTON STEWART MacDONALD. 1. B.D. 

b. Quincy, Mass., Dec. 25, 1911. Dalhousie C. 1938; Pine Hill Divin- 
ity Hall, 1936-38; ord. (Cong.) Newington, N. H., June 25, 1939; p. 
Newington, June 1939-Sept. 1940 ; Garden City, Kansas, Sept. 1940- 
42; chapl. U. S. Army. Reported missing in action, Mar. 15, 1943. 

fEARL FREDERICK MATHEWSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Rockville, Conn., Jan. 26, 1909. Gor. C. 1934; ord. (Cong.) Bel- 
mont, Vt., Sept. 20, 1934; p. Belmont-Mt. Holly Parish, June 1934- 
Sept. 1935; chapl. Farm and Trade Sch., Thompson's Island, Boston, 
Sept. 1935- June 1936; p. Un. Cong, ch., Magnolia, Oct. 1937-Oct. 
1939; Taftville, Conn., Jan. 1939—; ad. Taftville, Conn. 

ROBERT DAWSON MITCHELL. 4. B.D. 
b. Glenn Ayr, Ind., June 3, 1911. Mass. State C. 1935 ; ord. Charles- 
town, Mass., Sept. 28, 1939; p. Charlestown, Sept. 1939-42; chapl. 
U. S. Army. 

fGEORGE LAZARUS MOISSIDES. 4. B.D. 

b. Angora, Turkey, Feb. 1, 1907. Robert C. 1930; tea. American 
Academy, Larnaca, Cyprus, 1939 — ; ad. Larnaca, Cyprus. 

FREDERICK WALTER RAPP. 1. B.D. 
b. Dayton, O., Sept. 25, 1914. Bu. U. 1936; C. R. D. S. 1936-38; ord. 
Rockville, Conn., Oct. 1, 1939; p. Rockville, Sept. 1939- Jan. 1942; 
Milton, Mass., Jan. 1942 — ; ad. 85 Governess Rd., Milton, Mass. 

EARL EDGAR RAY. 3. B.D. 

b. Lexington, Okla., Aug. 25, 1905. Ott. U. 1931; ord. Chambers, 
Nebr., Dec. 15, 1927; p. Chambers, 1927-29; Lebo, Kans., 1929-31; 
Elkhart, 1931-35; Northwood, N. H., 1938-41; chapl. U. S. Army, 
1941—. 

JAMES RICHARD REES. 4. B.D. 
b. near Fayetteville, Tenn., Mar. 8, 1912. Carson Newman C. 1935 
ord. Shelbyville, Tenn., Nov. 21, 1940; p. Shelbyville Mills, 1940-41 
prof, biology, Carson Newman C. 1940; Berlin, N. H., Dec. 1942 — 
ad. 19 High St., Berlin, N. H. 

fFRANCIS GALARNEAUX RICKER. 4. B.D. 

b. Washington, D. C, Oct. 10, 1911. U. Me. 1932; ord. (Unit.) Med- 
field, Mass., Mar. 22, 1938; p. Medfield, Mar. 1938- July 1939; Wal 
tham, Aug. 1939 — ; ad. 588 Lexington St., Waltham, Mass. 

THEOPHILUS RINGSMUTH. 4. B.D. 
b. Fort Smith, Ark., June 16, 1912. Gor. C. 1935; p. Hebron, N 



312 Students — 1939 

Seekonk, R. L, 1936-42; asst. p. Calvary eh., Providence, 1942 — ; ad. 
53 Sumter St., Providence, R. I. 

JOHN EDWARD ROUSE. 2. B.D. 

b. Mocksville, N. C, Feb. 2, 1906. Fur. U. 1934; ord. GreenviUe, 
S. C, Aug. 1937; S. B, T. S. 1935-36; Bost. XL, fall 1939; y. p. worker, 
Cong, ch., Wellesley Hills, Mass., Oct. 1937- June 1940 ; p. Woolwich, 
Me., June- July 1938; p. Bapt. ch., Belton, S. C, July 1940—; ad. 
Belton, S. C. 

JOHN CLAYTON SEARCY. 4. B.D. 

b. Chimney Rock, N. C, Mar. 12, 1907. Berea C. 1935; ord. Amherst, 
Mass., Jan. 25, 1939; p. Amherst, Dec. 1938-Oct. 1941; Haynes Mem. 
ch., Avondale, N. C, Nov. 9, 1941—; ad. Box 17, Avondale, N. C. 

JOHN WALTER SILLEN. 3. B.D. 
b. New York, N. Y., July 22, 1910. Gor. C. 1933; ord. Quincy, Mass., 
June 22, 1934; Georgetown, 1934-May 1936; Beth Eden ch., May 
1936-Feb. 1941; stud., Bost. U. 1939-40; p. New Bedford, Feb. 
1941—; ad. 234 Reed St., New Bedford, Mass. 

fCHRISTOS GEORGE VAIS. 1. B.D. 

b. Mytilene, Greece, Oct. 26, 1898. School of Religion, Athens, 1929; 
ord. (Cong.) Newton Centre, Mass., May 23, 1939; p. Greek Evangeli- 
cal ch., Katerini, Greece, 1939 — ; ad. Const. Paleologhou St. 3, Ka- 
terini, Macedonia, Greece. 

AMEL WILLIAM WHITWER. 4. B.D. 

b. Bernett, near Tilden, Nebr., Apr. 20, 1909. ord. New Hope ch., 
Holt, Mo., May 4, 1930; p. New Hope ch., Holt, Nov. 1928-Dec. 1930; 
Smith's Forks ch., Osborn, Mo., June 1930-May 1932; W. J. C. 1932; 
Ragan and Bainbridge chs., Regan, Nebr., Oct. 1932-Aug. 1935 ; Cong, 
ch., South Acton, Mass., Oct. 1935-June 1939; Cando and Leeds, N. 
Dak., Aug. 1939-43; Cong, ch., Minot, 1943—; ad. 424 Second St., 
Minot, N. D. 

LEWIS WESLEY WILLIAMSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Kamloops, B. C, 1905. Gor. C. 1929; ord. Tremont Temple ch., 
Boston, Mass., Sept. 26, 1930; Br. U. 1931; p. MacDonald ch., Ed- 
monton, Alberta, 1932; Winthrop, Mass., 1934-36; Weston, 1936-40; 
Grace ch., Somerville, 1940 — ; ad. 210 Powder House Blvd., Somer- 

ville, Mass. 

NEWTON EDGAR WOOBURY. 3. B.D. 

b. Lowell, Mass., Sept. 4, 1915. U. Redlands, 1936; ord. Quinsiga- 
mond ch., Worcester, Mass., June 2, 1939; p. Quinsigamond ch., Sept. 
1936-Mar. 1941; Holden, Mar. 1941—; ad. Main St., Holden, Mass. 

WALTER CLARENCE WYNN. 1. B.D. 
b. Jensen, Fla., Mar. 15, 1910. Fla. A. and M. C. 1935; Bost. T. S. 
1936-38; ord. Providence, R. I., June 2, 1939; p. Pond St. ch., Provi- 
dence, June 1939 — ; ad. 139 East Manning St., Providence, R. I. 



f Morris Fairchild Arnold. 3. 

b. Minneapolis, Minn., Jan. 5, 1915. Wms. C. 1936; Epis. T. S. 1940; 
ord. pt. 1940; r. St. John's ch., Saugus, Mass., 1940 — ; ad. 39 Pleasant 
St., Saugus, Mass. 
Junius Jeffries Martin. 2. 
b. Adairsville, Ga., June 12, 1914. W. F. C. 1935; ord. Adairsville, 
Jan. 12, 1936; p. Cedar Creek, Racoon Creek, Taylorsville ; ord. pt. 
June 22, 1940; diocesan missioner, Christ ch., Exeter, N. H., 1939 — ; 
ad. 7 Gill St., Exeter, N. H. 



Students — 1940 313 

fGeorge Orland Allsquaugh McKinley. 1. 

6. Correctionville, la., Nov. 2, 1913. Grinnell C. 1936; Chic. T. S.; 
ord. (Cong.) Sandwich, 111., Oct. 23, 1940; p. Sandwich, 1940—; ad. 
Sandwich, 111. 

Everett Fortune McCartney. 1. 
b. Waynesville, Pa., June, 1912. San Jose State C. 1936. Present 
ad. unknown. 

Edmund Albert Opitz. 1. 
b. Worcester, Mass., Feb. 11, 1914. Maryville C. 1936; Pacific Unit. 
Sch. of the Ministry, 1939; ord. (Unit.) Beverly, Mass., Nov. 5, 1939; 
p. Harrisburg, Pa., Jan. 1941 — ; ad. 317 North Front St., Harris- 
burg, Pa. 

George Andrew Putney. 1. 
b. Brookfield, Mass., Dec. 14, 1914. Gor. C. 1934-36. Present ad. 
unknown. 

Genio Scaringi. 1. 
b. Italy, Mar. 14, 1908. Br. U. 1936; ad. 121 Charles St., Cambridge, 
Mass. 

Matthew Turnbull. 1.5. 
b. Scotland, July 21, 1899. Nebr. Wesleyan C. 1936; ad. 4518 Weit- 
zel Ave., Baltimore, Md. 

1940 

f GLEN EDWARD ALDRICH. 2. B.D. 

b. Belding, Minn., Oct. 14, 1906. Albion C. 1929; ord. (Meth.) Grand 
Rapids, Mich., Sept. 13, 1931; p. Sunfield, Sept. 1932-Feb. 1934; 
Cong, ch., Baudette, Minn., Oct. 1937-38; ord. (Cong.) Wayland, May 
12, 1941; p. Wayland, Mich., 1940—; ad. Wayland, Mich. 

GEORGE HAROLD BAYLESS. 3. B.D. 
b. Crawfordsville, Ind., Apr. 19, 1911. Wabash C. 1930-1932; D. U. 
1940; ord. Dayton, O., June 26, 1940; p. Colorado Ave. ch., Dayton, 
Oct. 1940 — ; ad. 235 Indiana Ave., Dayton, O. 

WEBB EMMETT BRASELTON. 3. B.D. 
b. Pendergrass, Ga., Dec. 24, 1910. Mercer U. 1935 (N. T. I. 1935- 
38) ; ord. 1938; p. Cong, ch., Stearns, Ky., 1939 — ; ad. Stearns, Ky. 

JAMES ROBERT BRYANT. 3. B.D. 
b. Corbin, Ky., Sept. 7, 1912. U. Fla. 1936; dir. rel. educ. Cong, ch., 
West Medford, Mass., 1938-41; tea. M. I. T. and Tu. C. 1941-42; in 
bus., 1942 — ; ad. 46 Greylock Rd., Newtonville, Mass. 

fJOHN KENNETH CLINTON. 3. B.D. 

b. Cookstown, Ireland, Feb. 23, 1911. Dickinson C. 1937; ord. 
(Cong.) Rowley, Mass., June 7, 1940; p. Rowley, June 1940-Oct. 
1941; West Palm Beach, Fla., Oct. 1941—; ad. 711 Ardmore Rd., 
West Palm Beach, Fla. 

CLINTON ADAMS CONDICT. 3. B.D. 

b. Thayetmyo, Burma, July 7, 1915. Bu. U. 1937; ord. Bradford, 
N. H., Oct. 25, 1940; p. Bradford, Jan. 1940—; ad. Bradford, N. H. 
Son of E. C. Condict, class of 1911. 

JOHN RICHARD CUSTIS. 3. B.D. 
b. South Hill, Va., July 26, 1914. L. U. 1936; ord. Zion ch., Phila- 
delphia, Pa., July 26, 1940 ; instr. Latin and ch. hist., Va. Theol. Sem., 
Lynchburg, Va., 1940-41; instr. Bib. Interp., New Era Theol. Sem., 
1941—; ad. 2220 Master St., Philadelphia, Pa. 



314 Students — 1940 

fKENNETH OXNER EATON. 2. B.D. 

b. Newton, Mass., Jan. 24, 1916. Ac. U. 1937; U. T. S. 1937-38; ord. 
(Cong.) Boxford, Mass., May 31, 1940; p. Boxford, May 1940—; ad. 
Boxford, Mass. Son of R. C. Eaton, class of 1917. 

tGEORGE FRANCIS FISHER. 3. B.D. 

b. Needham Heights, Mass., Nov. 13, 1914. Amer. International C. 
1937; ord. (Cong.) Un. ch., Seattle, Wash., Dec. 9, 1940; Wash. State 
Conf. dir. of Cong. Student Activities, Sept. 1940 — ; ad. 335 East 
55th St., Seattle, Wash. 

EDGAR GAGE HOTALING. 4. B.D. 
6. Wellsville, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1916. Br. U. 1935; ord. Providence, 
R. I., Feb. 6, 1940; p. Palmer, Mass., Feb. 1940—; ad. 29 Knox St., 
Palmer, Mass. 

JUDSON DILLON HOWARD. 3. B.D. 
b. Kansas City, Mo., Mar. 6, 1916. W. J. C. 1937; ord. Sandwich 
Center, N. H., June 16, 1941; p. Sandwich Center, 1940 — ; ad. Sand- 
wich Center, N. H. 

LESLIE WILBUR IRVING. 3.5. B.D. 
b. Charlestown, Mass., Feb. 17, 1912. Gor. C. 1936; ord. Charles- 
town, June 10, 1940; p. East Brookfield, Mar. 1940—; ad. 6 Church 
St., East Brookfield, Mass. 

THOMAS CLAYTON ISBELL. 4. B.D. 

b. Fair Play, S. C, Oct. 7, 1914. Berry C. 1936; grad. stud., Bost. U. ; 
ord. Fair Play, S. C, Aug. 15, 1936; p. Sutton, Vt., sum. 1937, 1938; 
Hilda L. Ives Larger Parish, Lyndon, Vt., sum. 1939; Cong, ch., 
Mont Vernon, N. H., 1939-42; chapl. U. S. Marines, 1942—; ad. 
23rd Marines, Reinforced, New River, N. C. 

ADOLPH JOHNSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Aug. 25, 1909. Gor. C. 1937; ord. Tremont 
Temple ch., Boston, Mass., June 19, 1940; p. West Boylston, Oct. 
1940—; ad. Church St., West Boylston, Mass. 

GLYN JONES. 3. B.D. 
b. Poultney, Vt., Feb. 12, 1915. U. V. M. 1937; ord. Woonsocket, 
R. I., Nov. 1, 1940; p. Woonsocket, Nov. 1940-42; chapl. U. S. Navy. 

RALEIGH ADDISON KING. 3. B.D. 

b. Springfield, Mo., June 1, 1911. W. J. C. 1937; ord. St. Louis, Mo., 
June 15, 1937; p. Grafton, Mass., June 1940 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

HARRY HOWARD KRUENER. 3. B.D. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 6, 1915. Haverford C. 1937; ord. Arlington, 
Mass., May 10, 1940; p. 1st ch., Boston, Oct. 1940 — ; ad. 21 Institution 
Ave., Newton Centre, Mass. 

HAROLD ARTHUR MacNEILL. 3. B.D. 
b. St. John, N. B., Sept. 16, 1913. Gor. C. 1937; p. Kensington, 
N. H., 1938; dir. rel. educ. Fed. ch., Ashland, Mass., 1939; with 
A. B. P. P. S. 1938-43; p. Bethany ch., Pawtucket, Oct. 1940-Mar. 
1943; chapl. U. S. Navy, 1943—. 

tJAMES CLELLAND MARSHALL. 3. B.D. 

b. Kilsyth, Scot., Dec. 9, 1912. Gor. C. 1935; ord. (Cong.) Medfield, 
Mass., Sept. 29, 1940; p. Medfield, Dec. 1935-Nov. 1941; Un. Cong, 
ch., Medford, Dec. 1941 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

fKENNETH MAYES MARTIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Childress, Tex., Aug. 17, 1908. Texas Christ. U. 1931; ord. (Disci- 
ples) San Antonio, Tex., June 7, 1931; p. Arcadia Pk. Christ, ch., 



Students — 1940 315 

Dallas, June 1931- Sept. 1932; Orange, Sept. 1932- June 1934; Jen- 
nings, La., June 1934-Oct. 1935; Kansas, 111., Oct. 1935-Sept. 1937; 
Ev. Cong, ch., Tyngsboro, Mass., Sept. 1937-July 1940; Swanzey, 
N. H., Sept. 1940-May 1943; Lebanon, Mo., May 1943—; author, 
Fountain Unsealed, 1933 ; ad. Lebanon, Mo. 

WILLIAM JOYCE MEDLOCK. 4. B.D. 
b. Albertville, Ala., Apr. 24, 1908. Berea C. 1935; ord. East Milton, 
Mass., June 14, 1938; p. Sugar Hill, Lisbon, N. H., Dec. 1937- Jan. 
1940; Bapt. and Cong, chs., Loudon, Jan. 1940-42; Quaker Hill ch., 
Waterford, Conn., 1942 — ; ad. Waterford, Conn. 

WILLARD STANLEY PRATT. 3. B.D. 
b. Brewer, Me., Jan. 16, 1911. Br. U. 1934 (N. T. I. 1934-35; 1936- 
38) ; ord. Stroudwater ch., Portland, Me., June 15, 1941; p. Stroud- 
water ch., Feb. 1939—; ad. 1538 Congress St., Portland, Me. 

ARTHAYER RUSSELL SANBORN. 3. B.D. 

b. Manchester, N. H., Oct. 19, 1916. Gor. C. 1937; ord. Manchester, 
N. H., June 16, 1940; p. Woodville and Fed. ch., Southville, Mass., 
June 1940 — ; ad. 31 Wood St., Hopkinton, Mass. 

RUSSELL GILBERT SCHOFIELD. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Feb. 9, 1914. Gor. C. 1937; ord. Trenton St. ch., 
East Boston, June 9, 1940; p. Newmarket, N. H., June 1940-43; 1st 
ch., Belmont, Mass., May 1943 — ; ad. 1 Barnes St., Belmont, Mass. 

LEONARD MARION SIZER. 2. B.D. 
b. Council Bluffs, la., July 28, 1913. Northwestern Bible Sch. 1931- 
32; N. B. T. S., Th.B. 1936; Ott. U. 1938; stud., Grad. Sch. of Applied 
Rel., Cincinnati, O., 1940-41; ord, Iliff, Colo., Sept. 18, 1941; p. Iliff, 
July 1941-42; chapl. U. S. Army, 1942—. 

ELTON EDWARD SMITH. 3. B.D. 

b. New York, N. Y., Nov. 9, 1915. N. Y. U. 1937; ord. Needham, 
Mass., June 12, 1940; p. Andover, Oct. 1940—; ad. 39 Bartlet St., 
Andover, Mass. 

ROBERT JOHNSON SMITH. 3. B.D. 

b. Union Springs, Ala., Sept. 26, 1917. Morehouse C. 1937; ord. 
Ebenezer ch., Chicago, 111., Sept. 9, 1939; p. Calvary ch., Haverhill, 
Mass., May 1939-41; chapl. U. S. Army, Nov. 1941— 

GEORGE JEWELL SPENCER. 3. B.D. 
6. Newport, Vt., May 22, 1914. Ba. C. 1937; ord. Newport, Vt., May 
6, 1940; p. Un. Ev. ch., Stow, Mass., May 1940-Sept. 1941; Bapt. ch., 
Northampton, Sept. 1941 — ; ad. Northampton, Mass. 

EARLE FRANKLIN STIREWALT. 3. B.D. 
b. Macon, Ga., Jan. 25, 1914. ord. Douglas, Jan. 14, 1934 ; p. Hickox, 
1934-35; Bonaire, 1935-36; Mercer U. 1936; p. Haddock, 1936-37; 
2nd ch., Newton Upper Falls, Mass., Mar. 1937- June 1940; Nahunta 
and Hoboken, Ga., Jan. 1941 — ; ad. Nahunta, Ga. 

FRANCIS WILLARD THOMPSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Phoenix, Ariz., Nov. 20, 1909. U. Redlands, 1935; ord. Phillips 
Mem. ch., Cranston, R. I., June 22, 1940; p. Phillips Mem. ch., Cran- 
ston, June 1940 — ; ad. 93 Colonial Ave., Cranston, R. I. 

CHARLES EDWIN WARREN. 4. B.D. 
b. White, Ga., Apr. 21, 1915. U. Ga. 1936; ord. Dillard, Ga., Nov. 
19, 1940 ; asst. to min. Mariners' Temple, New York, N. Y., Jan. 1941- 
Sept. 1941; assoc. min., Henry St. Un. ch., New York, Oct. 1941 — ; 
ad. 17506 Devonshire Rd., Jamaica, Long Island, N. Y. 



316 Students — 1940 

fLEROY BYRON WHIPPLE. 4. B.D. 

b. Chicago, 111., Jan. 8, 1913. Kearney State Tea. C. 1936; ord. 
(Cong.) Hope ch., Springfield, Mass., June 16, 1940; assoc. p. Hope 
ch., June 1940 — ; ad. 118 Mass. Ave., Springfield, Mass. 

CLARK SIMON WHISTLER. 3. B.D. 
b. Morrison, 111., Oct. 22, 1913. W. J. C. 1937; ord. Wakefield, Mass., 
Oct. 17, 1940; p. West Brattleboro, Vt., Aug. 1940-42; West Guilford, 
Aug. 1940-42; chapl. U. S. Army. 

PHILIP RUSSELL WHITAKER. 3. B.D. 

b. Salem, Mass., June 30, 1913. Gor. C. 1937; ord. North Grafton, 
Oct. 28, 1940; p. 2nd ch., North Grafton, Mass., 1937—; ad. 263 
Worcester St., North Grafton, Mass. 

fLELAND LEMLEY WILLIAMS. 1. B.D. 

b. Vaughnsville, O., July 27, 1904. Defiance C. 1928; ord. Vaughns- 
ville, O., Dec. 30, 1928; Chic. T. S. 1928-1930; p. Dawson, N. D., Apr. 
1930-Aug. 1933, Kiowa, Kans., Aug. 1935-Oct. 1938; Rosedale Cong, 
ch., Kansas City, Nov. 1938-Sept. 1939; Gilsum, N. H., Sept. 1939—; 
ad. Gilsum, N. H. 

fWILLIAM LLOYD WILLIAMS. 3. B.D. 

b. Fairhaven, Vt., Mar. 13, 1912. Mar. C. 1937; ord. (Cong.) So. 
Ashburnham, Mass., June 7, 1940 ; p. South Ashburnham, June 1940- 
Sept. 1941; Chelmsford, Sept. 1940—; ad. 57 Littleton Rd., Chelms- 
ford, Mass. 



Gordon De Wolfe Barss. 3. 

b. Pithapuram, India, Feb. 13, 1916. Ac. C. 1937; miss., C. B. M. S. 

1940 — ; ad. Vuyyuru, Madras Presidency, India. 
Earl Wentworth Gardner. 3. 

b. Plvmouth, Mass., Feb. 21, 1924. W. J. C. 1937; ad. South Hanson, 

Mass. (?). 
Johnson Washington Hill. Cert. 

b. Petersburg, Va., Apr. 4, 1865. Va. State C. 1888; stud. O. C. Div. 

Sch., 1888-99; Br. U. 1889-91; H. U. 1891-92; 1900-02; 1913-15; 

Y. D. S. 1894-95 (N. T. I. 1892-94; Cert. 1940) ; U. T. S. 1895-96; 

S.T.B., Tu. C. 1900, A.B. 1913; stud. Bost. U. 1903-07; 1941-43; ord. 

Ebenezer ch., Boston, Mass., June 3, 1895; p. Calvary ch., Norwalk, 

Conn., 1895-97; 12th ch., Boston, Mass., 1898-1900; Zion ch., Everett, 

1900-03; fd. and p. 3rd ch., Lawrence, 1903-07; St. Stephen's ch., 

1907-32; physician, 1908—; occ. s., 1932—; ad. 365 Massachusetts 

Ave., Boston, Mass. D.D., Guadaloupe C. 1904, LL.D. 1905, A.M. 

1915, Ph.D. 1916; A.M., Bost. U. 1943; M.D. College of Physicians 

and Surgeons, 1908. 
fNorman Cecil MacLean. 3. 

b. Coleman, P. E. I., Nov. 10, 1901. Gor. C. 1935, B.D. 1937; ord. 

(Cong.) Riverdale ch., Dedham, Mass., Oct. 4, 1940; p. Riverdale ch., 

1937-40; Cent, ch., Chelsea, and Baker-Maverick ch., East Boston, 

1940-43; Un. ch., Maynard, Sept. 1943 — ; ad. Maynard, Mass. 
tWilliam George Mclnnes. 3. Cert. 

b. Maynard, Mass., Feb. 20, 1906. Architect and for. trav. ; ord. 

(Cong.) Kennebunkport, Me., May 2, 1941; p. Kennebunkport, 

1941 — ; ad. Kennebunkport, Me. 
Robert Malcolm McNair. 1. 

b. Latta, S. C, May 20, 1916. W. F. C. 1937; H. U. D. S. 1941, grad. 

stud., 1941-42; rel. wk. (Epis.), Tarboro, N. C.J ad. Tarboro, N. C. 



Students — 1941 317 

Diwakar Shantwan Salvi. 1. 
b. Vadala, India. Gor. C, B.R.E. 1937; grad. stud., 1938—; ad. 
Gordon College of Theology and Missions, Boston, Mass. A.M., 
Bost. U. 1943. 

1941 

fHOWARD ASTON ANDREWS. 3. B.D. 

b. Kingston, Pa., July 22, 1915. Haverford C. 1937; ord. (Cong.) 
Stow, Mass., Nov. 28, 1941; p. Un. Ev. ch., Stow, Sept. 1941—; ad. 
Stow, Mass. 

GEORGE MURRAY BRANCH. 3. B.D. 

b. Prince Edward Co., Va., Apr. 18, 1914. Va. Un. U. 1938; ord. 
Un. Bapt. ch., Montclair, N. J., Oct. 2, 1941 ; p. 1st ch., Madison, N. J., 
Sept. 1941—; ad. 36 Cook Ave., Madison, N. J. 

fROBERT WOOD COE. 4. B.D. 

b. Ashton, Md., Aug. 20, 1913. West. Md. C. 1937; ord. (Cong.) 
Charlton, Mass., June 20, 1941; p. Fed. ch., Charlton, June 1939-42; 
chapl. U. S. Navy. 

WILLIAM SPURGEON DUNN. 1. B.D. 

b. near Beckley, W. Va., Sept. 21, 1890. Evacuation Ambulance Co., 
No. 4, Dec. 1917-May 1919; W. Va. U. 1920; Hartford T. S. 1927-28, 
1935-36 (N. T. I. 1936-37); tea. public schs., 3 yrs.; tea. high sch., 
W. Va., 1 yr. ; prin. Christ. High School, Balasor, India, July 1923- 
Mar. 1926; ord. Khargpur, Bengal, India, Nov. 18, 1933; miss., A. B. 
F. M. S., Bengal-Orrisa Mission, 1933 — ; ad. Am. Bapt. Mission, 
Balasor, Orissa, India. M.R.E., Hart. T. S. 1936. 

FREDERICK JOHN DUPLISSEY. 3. B.D. 
b. South Boston, Mass., Sept. 3, 1908. Amer. Intern. C. 1932 (N. T. I. 
1932-34; 1940-41); ord. Shelburne Centre, Mass., Nov. 11, 1936; p. 
Shelburne Centre, 1936 — ; ad. Shelburne Centre, Mass., R. F. D. 2. 

DAVID STILES EATON. 4. B.D. 

b. Wakefield, Mass., Sept. 21, 1915. Cy. C. 1937; ord. Wakefield, 
Mass., June 5, 1941; p. Mount Vernon, Me., Mar. 1941 — ; ad. Mount 
Vernon, Me. 

JAMES AUSTELL HALL. 3. B.D. 
b. Lincoln, Ala., Oct. 25, 1915. Morehouse C. 1937; p. Kings High- 
way ch., St. Louis, Mo., 1942 (?) — ; ad. Kings Highway Bapt. ch., 
St. Louis, Mo. 

fSAKAE HAYAKAWA. 2. B.D. 

b. Tokyo, Japan, Dec. 20, 1902. ord. (Cong.) Oct. 7, 1934; ad. 
Rowher Relocation Centre, McGehee, Ark. 

PHILLIPS BROOKS HENDERSON. 3. B.D. 
b. Plymouth, Mass., May 6, 1917. Cy. C. 1938; ord. 1st ch., Medford, 
Mass., June 18, 1941; p. Damariscotta, Me., June 1941 — ; chapl. U. S. 
Army, 1942—. 

JAMES KENNETH HUYCK. 2. B.D. 
b. Hingham, Wise, June 3, 1916. Ott. U. 1938; E. B. T. S. 1938- 
1939; ord. Hope Valley, R. I., Dec. 10, 1941; p. Hope Valley, Dec. 
1940—; ad. Hope Valley, R. I. 

ARTHUR FOWLER JENNINGS. B.D. 

See class of 1933. 

STANLEY JORDAN KEACH. 2. B.D. 
b. New Britain, Conn., Sept. 3, 1916. Br. U. 1938; E. B. T. S. 1938- 



318 Students — 1941 

39; ord. Danielson, Conn., Mar. 13, 1941; p. Hudson, N. H., Sept. 
1940—; ad. 4 Greeley St., Hudson, N. H. 

fEDWARD WILLIAM WERNER LEWIS. 3. B.D. 

b. Middleport, 0., Oct. 5, 1915. 0. U. 1938; ord. (Christian) Middle- 
port, 0., July 21, 1939; p. Christian ch., Millfield, 0., 1939; Village 
Cong, ch., Medway, Mass., 1940 — ; Pilgrim ch., Southborough, 1941 — ; 
tea. Fay Sch., Southborough, Mass., 1942 — ; ad. Main St., South- 
borough, Mass. M.A., 0. U. 1941. 

WILLIAM HENRY MOLBON. 3. B.D. 
b. Norfolk, Va., Jan. 16, 1913. L. U. 1938; p. St. John's Presb. ch., 
Detroit, Mich., 1941 — ; ad. St. John's Presbyterian Church, Joseph 
Campau at Clinton St., Detroit, Mich. 

JONATHAN NIELSEN. 3. B.D. 
6. Atlantic, la., Nov. 10, 1908. (N. T. I. 1935-38) ; U. Minn. 1940; 
ord. Hope Valley, R. I., Feb. 20, 1939; p. Hope Valley, 1939-Sept. 
1940; Aberdeen, S. Dak., Oct. 1940—; ad. 611 S. Lincoln St., Aber- 
deen, S. Dak. 

OSCAR WILLIAM OLSEN. 4. B.D. 
b. Hartington, Nebr., Aug. 8, 1914. Nebr. State Tea. C. 1937; ord. 
West Somerville, Mass., June 20, 1941 ; p. Quinsigamond ch., Worces- 
ter, June 1941 — ; chapl. U. S. Army. 

tOLIN BAKER PENDLETON. 1. B.D. 

b. Seattle, Wash., Apr. 3, 1910. Tex. Christ. U. 1939, M.A. 1940; 
Chic. T. S. 1936-1938; ord. (Cong.) Arlington, Wash., Sept. 21, 1941; 
p. First Un. Cong, ch., Arlington, July 1941 — ; ad. 524 Dunham St., 
Arlington, Wash. 

EDWIN FLEETWOOD PERRY. 3. B.D. 
b. Wake Co., N. C, Oct. 29, 1915. W. F. C. 1938; ord. Millbrook, 
N. C, May 22, 1938; p. Millbrook, June-Sept. 1938; Immanuel ch., 
Dorchester, Mass., Apr. 1940- June 1941; Bapt. Christ. Center, Fay- 
etteville, N. C, July 1941—; ad. 1515 A Fort Bragg Rd., Fayetteville. 

LEONARD HOBART PILLSBURY. 3. B.D. 

b. Derry, N. H., July 26, 1916. U. N. H. 1938; ord. Wilmot Flat, 
N. H., July 10, 1941; p. Cong, and Bapt. chs., Wilmot, July 1941-42; 
Cong, ch., Thompson, Conn., 1942 — ; ad. Thompson, Conn. 

fDIETRICH FELIX EBERHARD RASETZKI. 2. B.D. 

b. Breslau, Germany, Mar. 14, 1915. Hob. C. 1936; E. T. S. 1936-39; 
ord. (Cong.) Chester, N. H., Oct. 1, 1941; p. Chester, Oct. 1941-42; 
chapl. U. S. Army, 1943—. 

fDAVID DREW ROSE. 3. B.D. 

b. Bridgeport, Conn., Mar. 31, 1916. Tu. C. 1937; ord. (Univ.) 1st 
Univ. ch., Lynn, Mass., June 15, 1941; p. Oaklandon, Ind., June 
1941 — ; ad. Oaklandon, Ind. 

FRED RUDDER. 3. B.D. 
b. Knoxville, Tenn., May 7, 1912. Carson Newman C. 1934; ord. 
Knoxville, Tenn., Feb. 1933; p. Andersonville ch., 1933-34; Bethel 
ch., Townsend, and Prospect ch., Mayville, 1934; Grace ch., Knox- 
ville, 1935-38; North Hanover, Mass., 1938-41; Grace ch., Knoxville, 
1941 — ; ad. Knoxville, Tenn., Route 1. 

fFREDERIC WALDO SAVAGE. 3. B.D. 

b. Lancaster, Pa., Nov. 2, 1911. Bost. U. 1937; Bost. T. S. 1937-38; 
ord. (Cong.) Cheshire, Conn., Nov. 7, 1940; p. Cheshire, Oct. 1940—; 
ad. Church Drive, Cheshire, Conn. 



Students — 1941 319 

GEORGE DOUGLAS STRATON. 2. B.D. 
b. Norfolk, Va., Mar. 19, 1916. H. U. 1938; Y. D. S. 1938-39; ord. 
New London, N. H., Feb. 27, 1942 ; instr. in phil. and rel., Cy. Junior 
C. 1941-42; chapl. U. S. Army, Oct. 1941— 

fLESTER RICHARD VINING. 3. B.D. 

b. Tolland, Mass., Sept. 7, 1914. Northland C. 1937; tea. Pleasant 
Hill Academy, Pleasant Hill, Tenn. ; ad. Pleasant Hill, Tenn. M.A., 
Hart. T. S. 1939. 

CHARLES WILLIAM WAKEFIELD. 3. B.D. 
b. Cheshire, Mass., May 1, 1915. Ba. C. 1938; ord. North Scituate, 
R. I., Aug. 1, 1941; p. North Scituate, June 1941 — ; ad. North Scitu- 
ate, R. I. 

f JOHN BOYLE WARMAN. 4. B.D. 

b. Uniontown, Pa., Apr. 9, 1915. West My. C. 1937; ord. dea. 
(Methodist) Calvary ch., Pittsburgh, Pa., Oct. 5, 1941; p. Meyersdale 
and Salisburg, Pa., Oct. 1941— ; ad. 336 Main St., Meyersdale, Pa. 

fKARL EINAR WICKSTROM. 4. B.D. 

b. Springfield, Mass., Apr. 4, 1909. North Park C. 1934; North Park 
Sem. 1934-37; ord. (Evangelical Mission Covenant) Springfield, 
Mass., June 26, 1938; p. Swed. Cong, chs., Milford and Norwood, 
July 1937-Dec. 1940; Baiting Hollow ch., Calverton, L. I., N. Y., Mar. 
1941—; ad. Calverton, L. I., N. Y. 

fCECIL LEROY WITHAM. 3. B.D. 

b. South Thomaston, Me., May 26, 1910. Gor. C. 1935; ord. (Cong.) 
Newcastle, Me., Oct. 7, 1941; p. Newcastle, Jan. 1936 — ; ad. New- 
castle, Me. 

fHAROLD WHITCOMB WOODBURY. 2. B.D. 

b. Somerville, Mass., Oct. 30, 1908. D. U. 1930; C. R. D. S. 1930-31; 
H. U. D. S. 1938-39; ord. (Cong.) 1941; p. Cong, ch., Dummerston, 
Vt., 1939-41; Hough's Neck, Quincy, Mass., Nov. 1941—; ad. 300 
Manet Ave., Quincy, Mass. 



Joseph Henry Bolton. 3. 

b. Lando, S. C, Dec. 1915. Fur. U. 1938; ad. Lando, S. C. 
Robert Howard Brock. 3.5. 

b. Codes, S. C, Oct. 9, 1912. ord. Kingston, S. C, Aug. 1934; Mercer 

U. 1936 (N. T. I. 1936-39; Jan.-June 1941) ; p. Godfrey, Ga., June 

1934- June 1936; Farrar, June 1934- June 1936; Cavendish, Vt., Mar. 

1939-Dec. 1940; Hudson, Mass., 1941—; ad. 24 Green St., Hudson. 
Harvey William Glazier. 2. 

b. Moreland, Ga., Nov. 16, 1913. Mercer U. 1937; Va. Theol. Sch. 

1940-41; ord. (Epis.) June 6, 1941; p. Ch. of the Good Shepherd, 

Wilmington, N. C, June 8, 1941 — ; ad. 511 Queen St., Wilmington. 
fLawrence Marshall Hatlestadt. 1. 

b. Milton, Wis., Jan. 1, 1906. Milton C. 1928; ad. 159 Newbury St., 

Boston, Mass. 
Norman Forrest Henley. 2. 

b. Auburndale, Mass., Nov. 7, 1915. Bost. U. 1938. Pacific Sch. Rel. 

1942; p. Plymouth Cong, ch., St. Helens, Ore., May 1941-Oct. 1942; 

Bapt. and Cong, chs., North Troy, Vt., 1943 — ; ord. (Cong.) North 

Troy, Sept. 14, 1943; ad. North Troy, Vt. 
Luther Franklin Hill. 0.5. 

b. Washington, D. C, July 13, 1910. Morehouse C. 1938; chapl. 

U. S. Army. 



320 Students — 1942 

1942 

fHENRY GARDNER ANDERSEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Providence, R. I., Nov. 1, 1916. Mass. State C. 1939; ord. (Cong.) 
June 6, 1942; p. 1st ch., Georgetown, 1941 — ; ad. Georgetown, Mass. 

BENJAMIN JOHNSON ANDERSON. 3. B.D. 

b. Birmingham, Ala., Dec. 17, 1918. Morehouse C. 1939; p. Glouces- 
ter Mem. Presb. ch., Boston, Mass., 1941 — ; ad. 541 Massachusetts 
Ave., Boston, Mass. 

fBEDROS BEHARIAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Worcester, Mass., Sept. 22, 1915. Clark U. 1938, M.A. 1939; ord. 
(Cong.) Old South ch., Worcester, May 24, 1942; asst. p. Larger 
Parish, Worcester, June, 1942 — ; ad. 28 Montague St., Worcester, 
Mass. 

JAMES SHERMAN CHASE. 3. B.D. 
b. Mechanic Falls, Me., May 13, 1917. Cy. C. 1939 ; ord. Calvary ch., 
Lowell, Mass., May 13, 1942; p. Lamoine, Me., 1942 — ; ad. Lamoine. 

fJOHN VINCENT CRANE. 4. B.D. 

b. Topeka, Kans., Apr. 30, 1915. Washburn C. 1938; ord. (Cong.) 
Raynham, June 11, 1942; p. 1st and 2nd ch., Raynham, 1941-Sept. 
1943; Rock Spring, Wyo., Sept. 1943—; ad. Rock Spring, Wyo. 

FOLKE FERRE. 2. B.D. 

b. Sondermaland, Sweden, Nov. 26, 1916. Bethel Jr. C. 1937; Bost. 
U. 1942 (N. T. 1. 1939-41) ; ord. Lime Rock, R. I., June 3, 1942; p. 1st 
ch., Gardner, 1942 — ; ad. 30 High St., Gardner, Mass. 

BENJAMIN COLEMAN FISHER. 3. B.D. 
b. Webster, N. C, May 27, 1915. W. F. C. 1938; ord. Apr. 3, 1938; 
p. Cong, ch., Dunbarton, N. H., 1939-42; Bapt. ch., Nashville, N. C, 
1942—; ad. First Bapt. ch., Nashville, N. C. 

THOMAS FRANKLIN FREEMAN. 3. B.D. 
b. Richmond, Va., June 27, 1919. Va. Un. U. 1939; grad. stud., U. 
Chic. 1942 — ; ad. Univ. of Chicago, Chicago, 111. 

fHERMAN HENRY GEERTZ. 4. B.D. 

b. Chicago, 111., July 26, 1914. Central Y. M. C. A. College 1937; 
p. Unit, ch., Ellsworth, Me., 1942—; ad. Ellsworth, Me. 

fDALE ARTHUR GIBB. 3. B.D. 

b. Hanover, N. H., July 25, 1908. Gor. C. 1933; grad. stud., 1933-34; 
ord. (Cong.) Candia, N. H., Oct. 5, 1942; p. Candia, 1942—; ad. 
Candia, N. H. 

f SUMNER HARVEY GILL. 3. B.D. 

b. Berkeley, Calif., Nov. 19, 1916. Stanford U. 1938; ord. (Cong.) 
Raymond, N. H., Dec. 18, 1942; p. Raymond, July 1940-43; Tilton, 
1943—; ad. Tilton, N. H. 

f ARTHUR MERTON GILLESPIE. 2. B.D. 

b. Meddybemps, Me., Dec. 11, 1908. U. Me., B.S. 1930, A.B. 1937; 
B. T. S. 1938-40; ord. (Cong.) Williamstown, Vt., May 25, 1942; p. 
Williamstown, 1941 — ; ad. Williamstown, Vt. 

tTHEODORE NELSON GOODALE. 3. B.D. 

b. Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 24, 1915. U. Kans. City, 1939 ; ord. (Cong.) 
Medfield, Mass., June 7, 1942; p. Medfield, 1942-43; Vineland, N. J., 
June 1943—; ad. 303 North Seventh St., Vineland, N. J. 



Students — 1942 321 

CHARLES WILLIAM GRIFFIN. 3. B.D. 
b. Holyoke, Mass., Nov. 16, 1917. Mass. State C. 1939; p. Brewster, 
1942 — ; ad. Foster Rd., East Brewster, Mass. 

fWILLIAM COOLIDGE HART. 3. B.D. 

&. New Bedford, Mass., Oct. 17, 1916. B. C. 1939; ord. (Cong.) 
Orthodox Cong, ch., Littleton, Mass., June 12, 1942; p. Orthodox 
Cong, ch., 1942; chapl. U. S. Army. 

fERNEST HERBERT HIRRSCHOFF. 4. B.D. 

b. New Binghampton, N. Y., Feb. 7, 1914. Springfield C. 1937; p. 
Cong, ch., Oakham, 1940-43; Barre, 1943 — ; ad. Barre, Mass. 

DAVID BRAINERD HOWE. 3. B.D. 

b. Dec. 6, 1916. Ba. C. 1939; p. Hill Mem. ch., Allston, Mass., 
1942—; ad. 283 North Harvard St., Allston, Mass. 

SAMUEL HORACE JAMES. 3. B.D. 
b. Pledger, Tex., Sept. 11, 1918. Tenn. State C. 1939; ord. Aug. 
1939; p. 2nd ch., Greenfield, Mass., 1941—; ad. 108 Petty Plain, 
Greenfield, Mass. 

OLOF CHURCHILL JOHNSON. 4.5. B.D. 
b. Gloversville, N. Y., Feb. 28, 1909. Gor. C. 1934 (N. T. I. 1934-37; 
Jan. 1941-1942) ; p. Fed. ch., Pittsfield, Vt.; ad. Pittsfield, Vt. 

ALFONSO LEON LOWRY. 3. B.D. 

b. Savannah, Ga., June 12, 1913. Morehouse C. 1939 ; ord. Brooklyn, 
N. Y., July 24, 1940; p. Mass. Ave. ch., Cambridge; ad. 85 Prentiss 
St., Cambridge, Mass. 

EARLE TINGLEY McKNIGHT. 3. B.D. 

b. Collina, N. B., Jan. 14, 1917. Ac. U. 1937; ord. Waltham, Mass., 
June 9, 1942; p. Port Maitland, N. S., 1942—; ad. Port Maitland. 

ERNEST DANIEL MILLER. 3. B.D. 
b. Artesia, N. Mex., Mar. 10, 1914. U. Ark. 1938; p. 1st ch., Swansea, 
Mass., 1941 — ; ad. Swansea, Mass. 

RAYMOND JOSEPH NEILSEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Del Rapids, S. D., Jan. 22, 1914. S. F. C. 1939; p. Vermillion, 
S. D., June 1942— ; ad. Vermillion, S. D. 

fOLIVER CECIL NORTHCOTT. 2. B.D. 

b. Lewisport, Newfoundland, Oct. 28, 1912. McGill U. 1939; United 
Theol. C. 1939-40; ord. (Cong.) Kensington, Oct. 1942; p. Kensing- 
ton, 1941 — ; ad. Kensington, N. H. 

fSTANLEY THOMSON PLUMER. 3. B.D. 

b. Maiden, Mass., June 20, 1912. Gor. C. 1936; New Bedford, 1939- 
43; South Braintree, 1943 — ; ad. 1058 Washington St., South Brain- 
tree, Mass. 

DANIEL GISRIEL RIDER. 5. B.D. 
b. Baltimore, Md., Oct. 24, 1903. Gor. C. 1930; ord. Laconia, Dec. 
11, 1930; p. Laconia, N. H., Sept. 1930-May 1936; Stratford St. ch., 
West Roxbury, Mass., May 1936-43; West Hartford, Conn., 1943—; 
ad. West Hartford, Conn. 

fBRUCE ROBERTS. 3. B.D. 

b. Ashburnham, Mass., Mar. 14, 1927. Wms. C. 1935; ord. (Cong.) 
Princeton, Mass., June 28, 1942; p. Princeton, 1942-43; chapl. U. S. 
Army. Son of Ben Roberts, A. T. S. 1916. 

HAROLD ARTHUR SCHLINK. 2. B.D. 

b. Dawson, Minn., Oct. 21, 1905. ord. Pewaukee, Wise, Jan. 26, 



322 Students — 1942 

1934; Ripon C. 1940; N. B. T. S., 3 yrs., Bible Inst., Fort Wayne, 
Ind., 1926; p. 2nd ch., Newton, Mass., 1940-42; Morningside ch., Pitts- 
field, 1942—. 

WALTER SCHOEPFER. 5. B.D. 

b. Clinton, Mass., Feb. 18, 1906. Gor. C. 1934; ord. Ruggles St. ch., 
Boston, Dec. 8, 1934; p. Georgetown and Five Islands, Me., 1934-37; 
Un. Ev. ch., Waltham, Mass., Oct. 1937-43 ; 2d ch., East Providence, 
R. I., Sept. 1943—; ad. East Providence, R. I. 

EDWIN HERBERT SCHUMAN. 4. B.D. 
b. Bangor, Me., Dec. 10, 1913. Cy. C. 1938; ord. Wakefield, Mass., 
May 21, 1942; p. Pride's Corner Un. ch., Westbrook, Me., 1941 — ; and 
Cong, ch., 1943—; ad. Westbrook, Me. 

WILLIAM CHESTER SJOSTROM. 3. B.D. 

b. St. John, N. B., Nov. 3, 1911. Ac U. 1939; p. Fed. ch., Norfolk, 
Mass., 1941 — ; ad. Norfolk, Mass. 

fFOCAS PAUL STRAVRIANOS. 4. B.D. 

b. Akhisar, Turkey, Mar. 17, 1915. Saloniki U. ; Die Bibelschule St. 
Andrae, Austria, 1938; p. Cong, ch., Fort Kent, Me., June 1942 — ; ad. 
Fort Kent, Me. 

fLIONEL ABNEY WHISTON. 3. 

b. Lunenburg, Mass., May 30, 1918. Ba. C. 1939; ord. (Cong.) Cal- 
vinistic Cong, ch., Fitchburg, Mass., Oct. 4, 1942; p. Phillipston, 
1940-42; Newbury, 1942 — ; ad. Newbury, Mass. 



Ralph Gordon Barnes. 3. 
b. St. Johns, Newfoundland, Nov. 29, 1902. U. N. H. 1936; ord. 
Bethany ch., Roxbury, May 13, 1942; p. Bethany ch., 1942—; ad. 30 
Alaska St., Roxbury, Mass. 

Henry John Burt. 2. 
b. Apr. 11, 1895. Mass. State C. 1919; U. Mo., M. A. 1924; p. New- 
fields, N. H. ; Brookfield, Mass. ; ad. Brookfield, Mass. 

Charles Chandler Duncan. 1. 
b. Dewey Rose, Ga., June 15, 1914. Piedmont C. 1939; S. B. T. S. 
1939-40; ord. East Point, Ga., Mar. 17, 1937; ad. Clarksville, Ga. 
Th.M., Cent. Bapt. S. 1942. 

Edward Henry Hayes. 4. 
b. Laconia, N. H., Jan. 29, 1912. U. N. H. 1937; ord. Chesham, N. H., 
June 20, 1941; p. Chocorua, 1941 — ; ad. Chocorua, N. H. 

Harold Herman Kuhlman. 1.5. 
b. Brooklyn, N. Y., May 17, 1914. U. Redlands 1938; Berkeley Bapt. 
D. S. 1941—; ad. 2512 Benvenue Ave., Berkeley, Calif. 

Raymond Edward Landry. 2. 
b. Worcester, Mass., Nov. 13, 1916. Gor. C. 1939; U. S. Coast Guard. 

fGeorge William Robert MacCray. 1. 

b. Moncton, N. B., Oct. 23, 1916. Gor. C. 1939; Gen. Theol. Sem. 
1942; ord. dea. June 3, 1942; pt., Dec. 9, 1942; r. St. John's ch., 
Sharon, Mass., July 1942 and min. in charge, St. Mark's ch., Foxboro, 
Jan. 1943 — ; ad. Sharon, Mass. 

t James Everette Neese. 1.5. 

b. Burlington, N. C, Nov. 9, 1911. Elon C. 1936; ord. (Cong.) Elon 
C, N. C, May 25, 1936; p. Little Creek and Ocean View chs., Norfolk, 
Va., 1941—; ad. 2212 Sturgis St., Norfolk, Va. 




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Students — 1943 323 

Lester Carroll Revoir. 3. 
b. Syracuse, N. Y., Apr. 13, 1898. p. 2nd eh., Newport, R. I., 1942— 
and act. p. 1st ch., 1943 — ; ad. Newport, R. I. 

Hansell Everett Simpson. 1. 
b. Greenville, S. C, Oct. 23, 1917. Fur. U. 1939 ; U. S. Army, 1942—. 

1943 

HERMAN NATHANIEL BENNER. 3. B.D. 
b. Monmouth, Me., Nov. 11, 1916. Mid. C. 1938; instr. Mid. C. 1938- 
40; ord. 1st ch., Providence, R. I., May 9, 1943; ad. 579 Webster St., 

Rockland, Mass. 

PHYLLIS LOUISE BENNER. 3. B.D. 
b. Belfast, Me., May 16, 1917. Bost. U. 1940; ord. Marlboro, Mass., 
June 15, 1943; p. Cong, and Bapt. chs., Loudon, N. H., 1943 — ; ad. 
Route 8, Loudon, N. H. 

f LEE DELROY BERGSMAN. 7. B.D. 

b. Tintah, Minn., Sept. 1, 1912. Carleton C. 1935 (A. T. S. 1935-37, 
1938-43) ; p. Hooksett, N. H., 1939—; ad. Hooksett, N. H. 

CLAUDE WILLIAM BLACK. 3. B.D. 
6. San Antonio, Tex., Nov. 28, 1916. Morehouse C. 1937; ad. 1413 E. 
Crockett St., San Antonio, Tex. 

ERNEST LINWOOD BRANDIS. 3. B.D. 
b. Richmond, Va., May 4, 1917. U. Richmond 1940; ad. 1500 Portis 
St., Richmond, Va. 

NOAH EDWARD FEHL. 3. B.D. 
b. Irwin, Pa., Oct. 4, 1917. Bu. C. 1939; p. Newton Jet., N. H., 
1940—; ad. Salem, N. H. 

ROGER WILLIAMS FLOYD. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Apr. 9, 1918. U. Fla. 1940; ord. 1st ch., Arlington, 
May 1943 ; p. East Jaffrey, N. H., 1.943—; ad. East Jaffrey, N. H. 

CARLTON BYRON GOODWIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Martinsville, Mo., Jan. 14, 1919. Kearney State Tea. C. 1940 ; ord. 
East Jaffrey, N. H., May 28, 1943; asst. p. Monrovia, Calif., 1943—; 
ad. 215 South Encinitas Ave., Monrovia, Calif. 

fNATHANAEL MANN GUPTILL. 4. B.D. 

b. Deer Isle, Me., Jan. 14, 1917. Cy. C. 1939; p. Cong, eh., Rowley, 
Mass., 1941 — ; ad. Rowley, Mass. 

tROBERT HORN HEIGHAM. 3. B.D. 

b. Dorchester, Mass., Jan. 2, 1912. Bost. U. 1939; p. Cong ch., Wis- 
casset, Me., 1943 — ; ad. Wiscasset, Me. 

GEORGE TRUETT HIGH. 4. B.D. 

b. Dallas, N. C, Sept. 28, 1914. W. F. C. 1938; p. Ev. Cong, ch., 
Hubbardston, Mass., 1941 — ; ad. Hubbardston, Mass. 

-{-LEONARD HERBERT HILDEBRANDT. 3. B.D. 

b. Farmington, Minn., Jan. 9, 1914; Hamline C. 1938; ord. (Cong.) 
South Byfield, Mass., May 14, 1943 ; p. Cong, ch., Minneapolis, Minn., 
1943 — ; ad. 1506 Girard Ave. No., Minneapolis, Minn. 

tRALPH JAMES HOFFMAN. 3. B.D. 

b. Selby, N. D., Dec. 20, 1909. Northern Normal and Industrial Sch., 
Aberdeen, S. D.; Sioux Falls C. 1939; p. Pelham, N. H., 1940-43; 
Armour, N. D., June 1943 — ; ad. Armour, N. D. 



324 Students — 1943 

ODYSS WILBUR KNEECE. 3. B.D. 
b. Leesville, S. C, Oct. 4, 1919. Fur. U. 1940 ; ord. Joyce Branch 
ch., Dunbarton, S. C, Sept. 25, 1937; act. p. Free Bapt. and Cong, 
chs., Temple, Me., sum. 1941 ; Cong, ch., West Boylston, Mass., 1943—. 

EDWARD DANIEL McCREARY. 3. B.D. 
b. Williamsburg, Va., Jan. 13, 1919. Va. Un. U. 1940; p. St. John's 
ch., Woburn, Mass., Mar. 1942 — ; ad. Woburn, Mass. 
fBERNARD ARTHUR McLAIN. 3. B.D. 

b. Eckelson, N. D., May 17, 1916 ; Jamestown C. 1938 ; tea. Davenport, 
N. D., 1938-40; ord. (Cong.) Chiltonville, Plymouth, Mass., June 11, 
1943; p. Chiltonville, 1940-43; Mayville, N. D., 1943—; ad. Mayville. 

fROBERT RUSSELL OWEN. 3. B.D. 

b. Minneapolis, Minn., June 3, 1912. U. Minn. 1935; p. Spring 

Valley, Minn., 1943 — ; ad. Spring Valley, Minn. 
fJAMES THURSTON POWELL. 3. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Jan. 21, 1916. Northeastern U. 1939 ; p. Cong, ch., 
Fitzwilliam, N. H., 1943—; ad. Fitzwilliam, N. H. 

SILAS NELSON RINGSMUTH. 4. B.D. 

b. Mansfield, Ark., Sept. 3, 1914. Gor. C. 1939; p. No. Tewksbury, 

1942—; ord. No. Tewksbury, July 18, 1943; ad. North Tewksbury, 

Mass. 
fCHARLES VALLADAO RODRIGUES. 3. B.D. 

b. St. Michael's, Azores, July 18, 1916. Gor. C. 1940 (N. T. I. 1940- 

41; A. T. S. 1941-43) ; asst. p. Central Cong, ch., Providence, R. I., 

1942—; ord. (Cong.) Providence, July 21, 1943; ad. 116 Power St., 

Providence, R. I. 
fERNEST HILDING SAHLIN. 2. B.D. 

b. Boston, Mass., Aug. 1, 1915. Upsala C. 1938; Augustana T. S. 

1938-39; Gor. C. 1939-41; p. Cong, ch., Oakham, Mass., 1943—; ad. 

Oakham, Mass. 

fRICHARD JOHN SCHAPER. 4. B.D. 

b. West Sayville, N. J., Jan. 15. 1913. Hope C. 1931-32; Bost. U. 
1935; Bost. T. S. 1937-39; ord. (Cong.) Ward Hill, Mass., May 29, 
1943; p. Ward Hill, 1941—; ad. Ward Hill, Haverhill, Mass. 

fHOMER AUGUSTUS SCHWARTZ. 2. B.D. 

b. Coyle, Okla., Jan. 9, 1909. U. Calif, at Los Angeles, 1936; U. 
Calif., grad. stud., 1937-38; Pacific Sch. of Rel. 1939-41; p. Cong, ch., 
West Groton, Mass., 1942—; ord. (Cong.) West Groton, Aug. 1, 1943; 
ad. West Groton, Mass. 

EDWIN KENNETH SNYDER. 2. B.D. 
b. Smithville, Pa., July 19, 1910. Findlay C. 1934; Evangelical Sem. 
1938-40; p. Im. Bapt. ch., Dorchester, Mass., 1941—; ad. 185 Bay 
State Rd., Boston, Mass. 

FRANCIS KENNETH STEEVES. 3. B.D. 
b. Moncton, N. B., Oct. 10, 1911. Gor. C. 1936; B. U., grad. stud., 
1939-41; ord. N. B., Sept. 1936; p. West Parish ch. (Presb.), Lon- 
donderry, N. H., 1942 — ; ad. Londonderry, N. H. 

SAMUEL ENOCH STUMPF. 3. B.D. 

b. Cleveland, O., Feb. 3, 1918. U. Calif, at Los Angeles, 1940. 
ORLANDO LAILER TIBBETTS. 3. B.D. 

b. Portland, Me., Apr. 9, 1919. Gor. C. 1940; p. Trenton St. ch., East 

Boston, 1940—; ad. 87 Trenton St., East Boston, Mass. 
fSTUART WALDRON VAN COTT. 3. B.D. 

b. Brooklyn, N. Y., Nov. 11, 1907. B. T. S. 1937-38 (A. T. S. 1938- 



Students — 1944 325 

41, B.D. 1943) ; Clark U. 1943; ord. (Cong.) Cohasset, Mass., Mar. 
19, 1941; p. Oxford, 1941—; ad. Oxford, Mass. 

fDONALD CLARENCE WARD. 3. B.D. 

b. near Geneseo, 111., Sept. 30, 1910. B. U. 1940; ord. (Cong.) 
Groton, Mass., June 24, 1943; p. Groton, 1942 — ; ad. Groton, Mass. 



Alicia Rose Bishop. 1. 

6. Millerton, N. Y., Oct. 17, 1910. Gor. C. 1934; ord. Perkinsville, 
Vt., Sept. 18, 1936; p. Perkinsville, May 1936-Dec. 1938; Mont- 
gomery Centre, Vt., Dec. 1938-40; South Londonderry, Vt., 1943—; 
ad. South Londonderry, Vt. 
Edwin Richardson Edmonds. 1. 
b. Austin, Tex., June 19, 1917. Morehouse C. 1938; tea., Seguine, 
Tex. ; ad. 709 Cuney Way, San Antonio, Tex. 

fHorace Nelson Grover. 0.5. 

b. Boston, Mass., June 19, 1916. Tu. C. 1938, M.S. 1939; in bus.; ad. 
49 Hudson St., Somerville, Mass. 

fDavid Leo Hamm. 1. 

b. Cottonwood, Mont., Jan. 8, 1916. Knox C. 1940; U. T. S. 1941—. 
Justin Conrad Jordan. 1. 
6. Wayne, Nebr., May 23, 1943. Ac. U. 1940; Canadian Army, 
1941— 

fDonald Spurr Kimball. 2. 

b. Arlington, Mass., Mar. 10, 1912. U. N. H. 1933 (A. T. S. Jan. 1940- 
Jan. 1942) ; U. S. Army, 1942—. 

Merton Eugene Libby. 4.5. 
b. Caribou, Me., May 29, 1911. Gor. C. 1935; grad. stud., 1935-36 
(N. T. I. Sept. 1938-Jan. 1940; Sept. 1940-43) ; ord. West Medway, 
Sept. 23, 1936; p. West Medway, 1935-Sept. 1940; asst. p. 1st ch., 
Maiden, Sept. 1940—; ad. 38 Park St., Maiden, Mass. 
t Anders Godfrey Lund. 2. 

b. Cranston, R, I., Jan. 25, 1918. Clark U. 1941; Epis. T. S. 1943. 

William Earl Martin. 1. 
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